Ronald A. Aungst, Sr., R.W. Grand Master, hosted a picnic for the entire Masonic Village at
Sewickley campus on Saturday, July 28. Residents, staff, families and volunteers were invited to
attend the event, held outside the Star Points assisted living building. Guests were treated to picnic
fare, popcorn and ice cream. Entertainment included an accordion player and ragtime band, which
kept people clapping. Shrine clowns made their way around the crowd, inciting smiles all around.
The Grand Master spent time greeting and talking with attendees.
|Grand Master Aungst places a Diamond Jubilee pin on
Bro. Sherwood Lennartson, St. James Lodge, No. 457,
Bridgewater, in the presence of his wife, Britta.
Bro. Tracy Miller, Myrtle Lodge No. 316, Franklin, and
his wife, Sandy, enjoy the food and festivities.
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