Volume LVIIIMay 2011Number 2

Congratulations to...

On Dec. 5, 2010, 18 Masons from District 6 traveled to Abramson Center for Jewish Life in North Wales, to perform a Masonic ceremony. A presentation was made to Bro. M. Leonard Friedman, P.M., of a 70-year Service Emblem of Gold. Bro. Friedman has been a member of Norristown Lodge No. 620, since 1940. A certificate commemorating this Masonic maturity was received from R.W. Grand Master Thomas K. Sturgeon and presented by David K. Beaulieu, District Deputy Grand Master of District 6. Bro. Friedman's son, Manny, family and friends were also in attendance. After the presentation, Bro. Friedman, in his closing remarks, recited the blessing of the Priest from the Ancient Temple, both in Hebrew and in English. Refreshments and fellowship followed the presentation.



left-right: Bros. David K. Beaulieu, D.D.G.M.-6; Manus J. Friedman, son of 70-year recipient; and John N. Seeton, P.M. (W.M. at time of presentation). Seated is Bro. M. Leonard Friedman, P.M., recipient of the 70-Year Masonic Service Award.

Bro. Gregory P. Pappas, W.M., William S. Snyder Lodge No. 756, Harrisburg, recognized Bro. Alvin S. Goodman, 33º, P.M., for his induction as a charter member of the new Century Club at the December stated meeting of the lodge. This certificate of membership and lapel pin were first presented to Bro. Goodman by Bro. Scott T. Matinchek, District Deputy Grand Master for District 2, at the 231st Anniversary Banquet of Perseverance Lodge No. 21 on Nov. 10. The club honors those who have conferred 100 or more Masonic degrees. At the time of his induction, Bro. Goodman had conferred 133 degrees in five lodges during his 45 years as a Master Mason.

Bros. Gregory P. Pappas, W.M.,
and Alvin S. Goodman, P.M.


Annual Eastern Pennsylvania Masonic Family Picnic

Dorney Park 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Wildwater Kingdom 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday June 11, 2011
Rain or Shine
"All You Can Eat" menu served 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Fried Chicken, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Soda, Ice Cream, Condiments and more!
Adults $35.00
Age 3 Years to 48 inches tall $27.00
Children ages 2 years and under are admitted free of charge.
Admission price pays for both parks
Covered pavilion for meals

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