Volume LIVMay 2007Number 2

Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Announces
the June 2007 Quarterly Communication

The June Quarterly Communication, open to all Master Masons, will be held at the Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center on Saturday, June 30, at 10 a.m. An outdoor picnic-style luncheon will follow on the grounds. Masonic dress is required. Friday prior to the event, members may wish to attend the annual...

Outdoor Meeting in the Hills!

The 2007 Outdoor Meeting in the Hills will be held on Friday, June 29, 2007, at Christner's Grove, Dawson, Pa. Dinner starts promptly at 6 p.m., with the meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m. Appropriate dress is long pants (no jeans) and a shirt with a collar.

The menu includes salad, 12 oz. N.Y. strip steak, baked potato, vegetable, roll and butter, iced tea/lemonade/water and dessert (after the meeting). Chairs and tables will be provided.

This event is sponsored by, and benefits, the Connellsville-Dawson-Scottdale Building Corporation as they work to fund a new regional Masonic center. The 2007 presiding lodge is King Solomon's Lodge No. 346, Joshua L. Miller, W.M., hosting the event in cooperation with Marion Lodge No. 562 and James Cochran Lodge No. 614.

Reservations are required by Friday, June 22, 2007. Send your $20.00 check payable to CDS Building Corporation to: Martin L. Miller, P.M., Secretary, 1122 Mount Nebo Church Road, P.O. Box 55, Champion, PA 15622-0055. Phone (724) 455-2124.

MAN to MASON to SHRINER... a One-Day Adventure!

A Region One, multi-district, one-day class will be held on Saturday, June 16, 2007. The event is being hosted by, and will be held at, Lu Lu Shrine in Plymouth Meeting, Pa.

Photo: Ronald A. Aungst Sr., R.W. Grand Master, makes the joint announcement for the One-Day Adventure with Richard J. Lamontagne, Potentate for the Lu Lu Shrine.
Participating candidates may receive all three symbolic degrees by attending this class and, if they choose, go on to become a Shriner - all in one day.

The Shrine center will open at 7 a.m., for registration. Frankford Lodge No. 292 will host the Blue Lodge portion, with the Entered Apprentice degree presented by the Sixth District School. The Fellow Craft degree will follow, presented by the Tacony School and the Master Mason degree presented by the Eighth District School. Lunch will be served at 1 p.m., followed by the Shrine Ceremonial at 2:30 p.m.

Petitions must be processed and approved no later than the May stated meetings of participating lodges. Each lodge must provide its Deputy with a final count by June 1, 2007. No walk-ins will be allowed. All dues and fees must be collected in full by respective lodges prior to the event, with a certification letter issued to the candidate as proof of payment. Lodge secretaries should have received the appropriate forms and information for candidate participation in this event from their District Deputy Grand Master.

Additional information will be available on the Lu Lu Web site at www.lulushriners.org or by contacting your District Deputy Grand Master.

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