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Thursday, June 21, 2012
Masonic Society Semi Annual Mtg in Philadelphia 7/27
Friday evening, July 27: Meet up at a local Philadelphia watering hole. We are considering McGillin’s Olde Ale House (http://www.mcgillins.com/), if it is not too small for our enjoyment.
Saturday, July 28
Breakfast - (on own)
9:00 AM - Noon - Tour Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Temple and museum
Noon - 1:00 PM - Lunch in the Temple
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Presentations at the Union League by the New Jersey Lodge of Masonic Research and Education No. 1786 (NJ LOR) and The Livingston Library (GL of NY)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM - (on own - TMS Board to meet for about an hour, with call in by those not present)6:00 PM - 7:00 PM - No host social hour at Union League
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM - Buffet supper and guest lecturer
Afternoon speakers will be:
Thomas Savini, Director Livingston Masonic Library Grand Lodge of New York
(http://www.nymasoniclibrary.org/) - Presentation of the Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Library
Ben Hoff, PM NJ LOR (http://njlore1786.org/) - a paper on the original Ahiman Rezon
Howard Kanowitz NJ LOR - a very unique presentation on the Battle of Gettysburg
Ray Thorne, current WM of NJ LOR - has a work in progress suitable to our Pennsylvania audiance
Dinner speaker - Thomas W. Jackson, PGS Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania and Exec. Sec. of the World Conference of Grand Lodges
Space will be limited to 50 for afternoon speakers series and to 100 for the banquet and dinner speaker. Please note that the Union League has a strict dress code, which we will have to abide by.
For reservations go to: http://tmssemiannual2012.eventbrite.com/
You need not be a member to attend the program, but please consider joining the Masonic Society today!