liberty

liberty

Museum Founder and Chairman Irvin J. Borowsky (center) proudly accepts a check from Bro. Raymond G. Brown, Executive Director (center-right) and Donald L. Albert, R.W.G.S. with wife Kathleen and daughter Ruthanne (center-left).

The National Liberty Museum, dedicated to celebrating democracy, promoting tolerance, and defusing violence, located in the heart of Philadelphia's historic district, received a donation of support from The Pennsylvania Masonic Foundation for Children. The Foundation's Executive Director, Bro. Raymond G. Brown, and R.W. Grand Secretary Donald L. Albert, presented an enlarged ceremonial check for $25,000 to the National Liberty Museum representing a second contribution towards a $100,000 pledge to support the Freedom Tours program. At the gathering for the celebration were 30 elementary students from Holy Spirit School, Sharon Hill, including the Grand Secretary's daughter, Ruthanne. The Freedom Tours program enables students in the Philadelphia Tri-State area to attend an educational program about non-violence for youth at the National Liberty Museum.

Stichter Lodge Donates Six Defibrillators
On April 24, the elected officers of Stichter Lodge No. 254, Pottstown, presented...

square and compass

America's First Zoo Becomes One of the First to Receive an A.E.D.
The Philadelphia Zoo, America's first zoo, is now one of the first...

square and compass

Lebanon Lodges Raise Funds for A.E.D.s
Mount Lebanon Lodge No. 226 and Mount Olivet Modge No. 704 in cooperation with...

square and compass

A Mighty Gift From St. Alban-Swain
The members of St. Alban-Swain Lodge No. 529, have been regular and strong...

square and compass

Lodge No. 385 Helps C.O.P.E. Program
Olivet-Oriental Lodge No. 385, Philadelphia, which recently merged with Concordia Lodge...

menu