|Volume LV||November 2008||Number 4|
Annual Open House Features Fellowship & fun
The sun shone brightly on about 8,000 visitors who mingled throughout the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown campus on Autumn Day, Sept. 20.
The annual open house is an opportunity for members of our Masonic family and their friends to tour the Masonic Village and learn about services offered, as well as to become more familiar with the many Masonic-affiliated organizations.
Highlights from the day included the Zembo Shrine and Tall Cedar Clowns, children's activities such as face painting and games, several musical acts, a juggler, a mime, a Masonic CHIP program, a blood drive and a plethora of tasty food.
Bus tours of the campus were on-going throughout the day, and many took advantage of the opportunity to tour the new retirement living Sycamore Apartments.
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