5th Masonic District of PA News

  • Kennett Lodge #475 / Hope Chatham Lodge #40 Banquet
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    I would like to present to you some pictures of Saturday evening's wonderful event! I would like to extent a sincere THANK YOU to the Honorable Melvin A. Alston Sr. Most Worshipful Grandmaster of Prince Hall Masons for the State of Pennsylvania for attending the event and presenting the awards for all of the honorees. THANK YOU to Dwayne Terrence Loper Worshipful Master and all of the officers of Hope Chatham Lodge #40. THANK YOU to PM William Griffin, PM Allen Jackson, and PM Kenny Jackson for brotherly given to Kennett Lodge #475. It was honor and privilege to have fellowship with you. As Bro. Jackson said " the time is now." In my opinion we are together.
    Thank you!
    Anthony Liggians PM
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    Written on Wednesday, 19 June 2019 03:17 in Lodge Specific News Be the first to comment! Read 2 times
  • West Chester Lodge #322 Stated Meeting
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    On Monday March 4th, 2019, Brother Ted Wallace visited West Chester Lodge #322 and gave a presentation on Theodore Roosevelt. Brother Wallace arrived dressed as the Rough Rider himself.

    The presentation lasted just short of 30 minutes and covered the life of TR from birth to death. What made the presentation so unique were the topics covered. Instead of the main highlights that are widely known about TR, Brother Wallace gave more depth to the life that sculpted Theodore Roosevelt. We thank Brother Wallace for a wonderful presentation that expanded all the hearts and minds in attendance. 





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    Written on Wednesday, 06 March 2019 00:28 in Lodge Specific News Be the first to comment! Read 359 times
  • Arlington National Cemetery Presentation
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    On Tuesday 2/5/2019, at the Stated meeting of Brandywine - Goddard Lodge No. 383 in Coatesville PA.
    Brother George March, PM, SW made a presentation on Arlington National Cemetery where he was a Sentinel at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
    This was an open presentation with 154 family and friends present, of which 20-30 were Boy Scouts. Congratulations on a Supurb presentation.
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    Written on Thursday, 14 February 2019 02:28 in General District News Be the first to comment! Read 425 times
  • New Website
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    ATTENTION: New PA District 5 Website


    We are in the process of updating the Pennsylvania 5th Masonic District website.
    If you have any suggestions, comments, or information you would like to share please let us know.
    Written on Monday, 17 December 2018 15:45 in General District News Be the first to comment! Read 290 times