September 26, 1998 Grand Master's Day
Sir Knight Errol Hawksley, Grand Commander of Knights Templar in Pennsylvania, (left) and his officers. The Tall Cedars were out, in force, selling Roses to fight Muscular Dystrophy. A giant slide, provided by Bro. Jack Bubernack, Lodge #43, was a big hit with the kids... as was the spin-art !
Spin-art was provided by Bro.Gary R. Chubb, Brownstone Lodge #666
The Tall Cedars Antique Car Unit showed off many classic vehicles. Pastor Charles H. Lacquement, Director of Pastoral Care, is one of the many familiar friendly faces at the Masonic Homes. One of the newest additions to the dairy farm was on hand to greet young visitors. Officers of the State High Twelve Association talked about "Fun, Food, and Fellowship" at High Twelve Club meetings.
Face-painting was a popular service provided for free by the Rainbow Girls and Job's Daughters. A coloring contest for young children was conducted by the Job's Daughters. Brian Luzier, Programs Specialist and Melissa Kilmer, Personal Care Attendant, provided information on the new Respite Care program provided at the Masonic Homes. This program is NOT limited to Masons or their families.
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