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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Masonic Week Schedule Is Up And Running

The tentative schedule for Masonic Week 2014 has been posted. Events begin on Wednesday, February 12 and conclude on Sunday, February 16. The host hotel is once again the Hyatt Regency Reston in Reston, VA. Unlike the former venue in Alexandria, there are many choices for breakfast, lunch, and dining within easy walking distance of the hotel. There is also shopping for the ladies.

The Masonic Society annual meeting and banquet will be held on Friday, February 14, at 6:00 P.M. The event is open to members and non-members alike. As always, the ladies are invited to join us as well. Banquet reservation information will be posted on the website soon. Our speaker this year will be W. Bro. Robert Davis, Executive Secretary of the Scottish Rite Valley of Guthrie, OK, SJ. Bro. Davis is well known throughout the Masonic community as an author and writer. His newly published book is The Mason's Words: The History and Evolution of the American Masonic Ritual. He is among the most sought after speakers in the fraternity and is sure to deliver a message that will inspire, educate, and entertain you. Please plan to join us.

Don't forget to stop by The Masonic Society hospitality suite, noted for our fine selection of single malt scotches and great fellowship. We'll be open on Friday and Saturday nights for certain and probably after dinner on Thursday as well. The room number will be posted in the hotel lobby and on our Facebook page.

Event homepage:http://www.yorkrite.com/MasonicWeek/index.html

H/T Jim Dillman

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