Indiana's Dwight L. Smith Lodge of Research will hold a Called Meeting tomorrow, Saturday, September 24, 2011, in the dining room of the Indiana Masonic Home in Franklin, Indiana.
The paper that will be presented is: "Jo Daveiss: Frontiersman, Attorney, Soldier and Freemason." Lunch will be at noon, with the presentation to follow.
This meeting is open to all Master Masons regardless of whether or not they are members of the Lodge.
The Lodge meets four times each year, twice in Indianapolis at Indiana Freemasons' Hall in Indianapolis, and once each in the northern and southern regions of the state. Called meetings may occur throughout the year at the order of the Worshipful Master to present notable new papers. Currently, membership in the Lodge is open only to Indiana Freemasons who are members in good standing of a regular subordinate Lodge holden under charter of the Grand Lodge of Indiana, F. & A. M.
Secretary, WBro. Bill Sassman, will be happy to take your dues and sign you up if your membership has lapsed. Membership is $15 per year, due and payable on January 1 for the year in advance.
For more information, see the lodge website at www.indianalodgeofresearch.com , and be sure to sign up for the lodge Facebook page here.
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