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Page No: 3 Grand Master’s Trestle Board
Page No: 4 Grand Chaplain’s Pulpit
Page No: 4 Masons Honored for 60 Years of Service
Page No: 5 Brother Orr Receives Pierpont Edwards Medal
Page No: 6 Grand Historian’s Corner
Page No: 6 Senior Receives Computer Package
Page No: 7 Masonicare: It Takes a Villager
Page No: 7 Assisted Living Residents on Television
Page No: 8 Bro. Stephen B. McPherson
Page No: 9 The Sisters' Project Recognized
Page No: 9 Hospitality #128 Returns to the Wethersfield Cornfest
Page No: 10 Committee on Legal Matters - Legislation
Page No: 15 Esoteric Seminar Draws 160 Brothers
Page No: 16 Fort Wooster Day Brings Out a Big Crowd
Page No: 18 Masons March in Summer Parades
Page No: 19 Why Wait?
Page No: 19 Once a Tiler, Always a Tiler
Page No: 20 Valley of Hartford, A.A.S.R.
Page No: 20 Valley of New Haven, A.A.S.R
Page No: 21 I Change My Underwear for Nothing!
Page No: 22 And There Were Four!
Page No: 25 Traveling Man Goes to Branford
Page No: 24 Masonic Scouters Initiate Another
Page No: 25 The 3 R's... Rules and Regulations Review
Page No: 26 Called to the Celestial Lodge
Page No: 26 Chef from Masonicare in World Food Championships
Page No: 26 Healthcare Decisions Shouldn't be Confusing
Page No: 27 Connecticut York Rite Opportunities
Page No: 28 Craft at Labor…
Page No: 28 Masonicare at Ashlar Village Receives Re-Accreditation
Page No: 29 Craft at Refreshment…
Page No: 30 Masonic Boosters
Page No: 31 The Last Word...
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