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Thursday, January 03, 2008

Brother Wayne Guthrie

Names flash by on lodge doorways, but we don't always bother to find out the story of the people and events that led to their formation. One such case is that of Wayne Guthrie, the namesake of Indianapolis' Wayne Guthrie lodge. Read his story here.

Wayne Guthrie Lodge No. 753 was chartered in 1980, shortly after his death, and is one of just a handful of lodges across Indiana that is a daylight lodge, meeting on the second Saturday of the month at 10 AM.

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