Saturday, April 02, 2016

Masonic Society Announces New 2016 Programs


The following message has been sent by Kenneth Davis, President of The Masonic Society:

I’m happy to announce three important TMS programs for this year: the TMS Annual Conference, the TMS School, and the TMS Scholar.

The ANNUAL CONFERENCE of The Masonic Society will take place this year October 7-9, at Morgan Hill Masonic Lodge, Morgan Hill, California (just twenty minutes from San Jose International Airport). The theme of the conference will be “FREEMASONRY ON THE FRONTIER,” the role of Masonry in the westward expansion of the US and Canada.
The conference will begin Friday evening with an informal dinner and end with lunch on Sunday. The event is being coordinated by TMS Director Gregg Hall.
Details on the conference, along with a call for presentations, will appear in the Spring 2016 issue of The Journal of the Masonic Society. To receive advance information when it’s available, please email conference2016@themasonicsociety.com and ask to be put on the conference email list.

THE MASONIC SOCIETY SCHOOL will be a program of noncredit online Masonic “courses,” study groups, and reading groups, as well as possible tours and other experiences, exclusively for TMS members. We expect to launch the first offerings at the October conference. The school is being coordinated by TMS Director Greg Knott.
Details on the school will appear in the Spring 2016 issue of The Journal of the Masonic Society. To receive advance information when it’s ready, email school@themasonicsociety.com and ask to be put on the school email list.

THE MASONIC SOCIETY SCHOLAR will be an annual award to a Masonic researcher/educator. During the year of the award, the recipient will make himself available to speak at a number of lodges of research and other Masonic bodies throughout the world (with travel expenses paid by the local organization).
The first TMS Scholar will be announced at the Annual Conference this October. The program is being coordinated by the immediate past president of TMS, James Dillman.
Details on the program, along with a call for nominations, will appear in the Spring 2016 issue of The Journal of the Masonic Society. For advance information, email scholar@themasonicsociety.com and ask to be put on the scholar email list.
(Secretary-Treasurer Nathan has rightly asked me to make you aware that by sending email to these addresses, you are opting-in to receive occasional emails about the three programs.)
Kenneth W. Davis
Chaplain, Albuquerque Lodge 60 and the Lodge of
Research of New Mexico
President, The Masonic Society

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