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Sunday, January 23, 2011

2011 Masonic Society Banquet: RESERVE BY WEDNESDAY!


Come celebrate with us at
The Masonic Society's
Annual First Circle Gathering Banquet & Meeting

Friday February 11th, 2011
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center Hotel
Alexandria, Virginia

Our featured speaker will be
Bryan Toye of Toye, Kenning and Spencer,
who will speak on the history of Masonic regalia
and his company's three centuries of adorning the modern fraternity.

Banquet Cost is $65 per person.
All members, Masons, friends, and ladies are most welcome.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
We are honored to once again be an official participant in the Allied Masonic Degrees "Masonic Week" program. Tickets for the banquet are available ONLY in advance through the AMD Week organizers. All meals MUST have a ticket.
ALL RESERVATIONS must be made by THIS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26th, 2011.
No meal tickets for any of Masonic Week's events will be sold at the hotel!


ALL DINNER TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED NO LATER THAN THIS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26th
Visit the AMD reservation website at
http://www.yorkrite.org/MasonicWeek/index.html

or contact:
Paul Newhall at psnewhall@verizon.net

And be sure to visit the Masonic Society Hospitality Suite, which will be open evenings from Wednesday through the wee night hours of Saturday.
Stop by our table in the vendor's area to check on the room number.

Not a member of the Masonic Society yet?
We are the fastest growing Masonic research organization,
with members in 17 countries around the globe!

Membership includes dues card, pin,
a beautiful membership patent hand-sealed with wax,
access to our members-only online discussion and research forum,
and four issues of our quarterly Journal, which has been described as the best and most beautiful Masonic magazine available anywhere!
All for a paltry $39 per year!

For information about joining , visit www.themasonicsociety.com


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