November 2016

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November 2016


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Page No:  3  Semi-Annual Communication: Harmony and Efficiency
Page No:  5  Grand Master’s Message
Page No:  6  7th District Supports Returning Veterans
Page No:  7  Masonicare Ties Run Deep for Wallingford Family
Page No:  8  Passing The Hat, Passing the Discomfort
Page No:  8  Called by the Grand Architect of the Universe
Page No:  9  Grand Historian’s Corner
Page No:  10  Ashlar-Aspetuck Lodge No. 142 Extends Education Initiatives to Easton
Page No:  10  Pumpkins Go Purple for Epilepsy Awareness
Page No:  11  Liberty-Continental Supports Special Olympics Dream Ride Event
Page No:  11  Octoberfest at Widow’s Son Lodge No. 66 ist sehr gut!
Page No:  12  Evening Star Lodge No. 101 Charity Pig Roast A Success
Page No:  12  Evening Star Lodge No. 101 Initiates Four
Page No:  13  Shop ‘Til You Drop at Masonicare Health Center’s Holiday Fair
Page No:  14  Masonicare Welcomes College Students
Page No:  15  From the desk of Bro. Jon-Paul Venoit
Page No:  15  Masonicare At Mystic About To Open
Page No:  16  The Latent Opportunity Contained in Masonic Sybmolism
Page No:  17  Grand Almoner’s Fund: Widow Receives Aid
Page No:  18  Semi-Annual Communication
Page No:  20  Pyramid Shriner Clown’s Dream Comes True
Page No:  20  Sphinx Potentate’s Message
Page No:  21  Sphinx Shriners: Calendar of Events:
Page No:  22  History of the Sphinx Omar Shrine Club
Page No:  22  Sphinx Kaabans Shrine Club
Page No:  22  Sphinx Caravan Shrine Club
Page No:  23  News From The Valley of Hartford, A.A.S.R.
Page No:  24  Connecticut York Rite Opportunities
Page No:  26  Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2016
Page No:  26  Moriah Lodge 6th Annual Table Lodge a Smooth Success
Page No:  27  Luncheons Honor Foundation Benefactors
Page No:  30  Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair Saturday, November 12 at Masonicare at Ashlar Village in Wallingford
Page No:  30  Corinthian Brother & Wife Longest Married Couple in America
Page No:  32  Craft At Refreshment
Page No:  33  Craft At Labor
Page No:  33  Grand Master’s Class
Page No:  34  Boosters
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