The Maine Masonic College, an education program sponsored by the Grand Lodge of Maine, has announced its 2010 annual convocation.
Planning for the Future Reaching for Humanitas - Building for Humanity
July 16-17, 2010, at the Hollywood Slots Hotel, in Bangor, Maine.
Speakers for the weekend include:
• Mark Tabbert- George Washington National Masonic Memorial & Author of “American Freemasons”
“The tenet of Truth: how has it been interpreted over the last 250 years and how is it interpreted today"
• Robert T. Conley, PGM (MI)
GL of Michigan: Director, Membership Services
“Masonic Relevance in the 21st Century”
• Robert G. Davis, FPS
Masonic Educator ~ Author of “Understanding Manhood in America”
“The New American Mason: Generations Together in Private Conclaves of Manhood”
• Richard Fletcher PGM(VT)
Masonic Service Association of North America
"Issues We Sweep Under The Table"
• Prof. William D. Moore
Author of “Masonic Temples: Freemasonry, Ritual Architecture, and Masculine Archetypes”
“Freemasonry and the problem of the Ph.D.”
• Wayne T. Adams, PGM
Author of ‘Hiram’s Handbook and many more
"Planning for the Future Roundtable Leader"
• Prof. Michael Howard
Professor of Philosophy, University of Maine
“The legacy of the Enlightenment: challenges and responses”
• Edward L. “Ed” King, FPS
“Whither are we educating?”
• Eric W. Kuntz, M.D.
Child Psychiatrist & Medical Director
“Translating our Masonic learning into practice”
• And led by Walter M. Macdougall, PGM
Author of “Settling the Maine Wilderness”and “Epilogue of Freemasonry: the Vital Exploration”
Full schedule and registration forms online at www.MaineMasonicCollege.com