Grand Master's Day

Thousands of Pennsylvania Masons, family members and friends arrived at the Masonic Homes in Elizabethtown on Saturday, September 26, 1998 to participate in Grand Master's Day-- the annual "open house" at the facility.
Special activities and display booths were set up all around the campus, with programs for children and adults of all ages.

Bro. Joseph E. Murphy, NHA,
CEO and Executive Director
Masonic Homes
,
greeted visitors to the campus.
Robin Pepperman, Director of Safety and Risk Management, and Fred Mitchell, Telecommunications/Security Supervisor, coordinated a live broadcast of interviews and activities to Masonic Homes residents who could not get out to participate in the programs.


Grand Worthy Advisor Alyssa Wenrich, (right) and Blair Levan,
Grand Immortality for Rainbow Girls, gave balloons to children.
Information was provided by the
Masonic Blood and Organ Donor Club.
The Zembo Highlanders, a bagpipe band, gave a performance in the Village Green.
Bro. Larry Ebersole,
(Lodge No. 682) displayed the Masonic Carousel he constructed.
Included on the carousel are many Masonic symbols, including an altar with the three great lights of Freemasonry, a representation of the Masonic Temple in Philadelphia, and many other Masonic emblems.


These photos barely tell the story of the fun, excitement,
caring and sharing of Grand Master's Day 1998.
Click here to see additional photographs in our photo album.  1  2  3  4  5  6 
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