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Friday, March 26, 2010

Maine Masonic College, July 16-17, 2010 in Bangor

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

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