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Saturday, January 05, 2008
New Article in The Messenger
The new issue of The Messenger is up on the website of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial.
The Memorial is making a fresh commitment to present accurate and comprehensive information about Freemasonry to the public. Mark Tabbert reveals plans for an updated, permanent exhibit that tell the story of Freemasonry in the formation and ongoing history of the United States (image above - I like the 47th Problem in the ceiling).
There will also be new displays that tell the story of the Memorial and Alexandria. And more new displays are under development for the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Memorial Association in 2010. According to the story by Executive Director George Seghers, the Appendant Body exhibits will be updated for the first time in decades.
And I'd like to remind my Indiana brethren that June 2008 is the Grand lodge of Indiana month at the Memorial. (So why is it again the Grand Lodge of West Virginia is the only US GL that doesn'r support the Memorial?)
Check out my latest article, Let’s Be Legendary—Again, on page 5.