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Page No: 4 The Caledonian Degree Team – A Call To Action
Page No: 5 Grand Chaplain’s Corner: Thousand Points of Light
Page No: 6 Grand Master’s Message
Page No: 6 We Welcome Our New Brothers to the Fraternity
Page No: 7 20 years in the same place has got to mean something.
Page No: 9 Grand Historian’s Corner
Page No: 10 What Will Be Your Master's Project?
Page No: 11 Organ Donation Registration and the African American Community
Page No: 12 The Newly Made Mason
Page No: 13 Help Wanted! - Will Train!
Page No: 13 Trust the Brethren
Page No: 15 Purity Lodge No. 150 Charity Spaghetti Dinner
Page No: 16 District 9A Welcomes New Deputy
Page No: 18 MWB Charlie Buck Receives Pierpont Edwards Award
Page No: 19 From the desk of Bro. Stephen B. McPherson
Page No: 19 Submission Guideline Redux
Page No: 20 Most Worshipful Grand Master CHARLES WILLIAM YOHE
Page No: 21 Meet Barbara Yohe – Again
Page No: 22 Connecticut York Rite Opportunities
Page No: 24 Notes From The Valley Of New Haven
Page No: 25 News From The Valley of Hartford, A.A.S.R.
Page No: 26 Making Summertime Use of the Twenty Four Inch Gauge
Page No: 27 Treasures in the Attic
Page No: 28 Called by the Grand Architect of the Universe
Page No: 28 Sphinx Shrine Open House
Page No: 28 Are Your Widows Interested in the CT Freemasons Newspaper?
Page No: 30 Eight Masonicare Nurses Honored with Nightingale Awards
Page No: 32 Craft At Refreshment
Page No: 33 Craft At Labor
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