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Chetek Freemasons donate $2800 to “Curtie Cares”

Chetek Freemasons Lodge (No. 277) and the Wisconsin Masonic Foundation proudly presented Brother Curt Harrison, founder of Curtie Cares, a donation of $2,800.00. Curtie Cares is a non-profit organization that “offers help and hope to the home-bound by giving them rides, running errands, or really whatever they need at no cost to the participants” (curtiecares.org). A big thanks to the Chetek community for their support of this worthwhile program. Pictured above, front row from left: Brothers Chuck Harrison, Tom Nicolaides,

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Chetek Freemasons gather for summer picnic

Past Grand Master Franklin J. Struble and Lady Wendy hosted the Chetek Freemason annual Summer Picnic on August 12th. The event was filled with great Masonic camaraderie, a plethora of homemade food, beautiful weather, and a chance to share our summertime experiences. Pictured above, from left:Jim Toman, John Henneman, Annabeth Roe, Paul Roe, Lenny Shier, Past Grand Master Franklin J. Struble, Wendy Struble, Chuck Harrison, Linda Harrison, John Hammer, Betty Bowman, Dave Bowman, and Allison Roe; photo by Lady Rachel Roe.

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Chetek Freemasons donate $2800 to “Curtie Cares”

Chetek Freemasons Lodge (No. 277) and the Wisconsin Masonic Foundation proudly presented Brother Curt Harrison, founder of Curtie Cares, a donation of $2,800.00. Curtie Cares is a non-profit organization that “offers help and hope to the home-bound by giving them rides, running errands, or really whatever they need at no cost to the participants” (curtiecares.org). A big thanks to the Chetek community for their support of this worthwhile program. Pictured above, front row from left: Brothers Chuck Harrison, Tom Nicolaides,

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Chetek Freemasons gather for summer picnic

Past Grand Master Franklin J. Struble and Lady Wendy hosted the Chetek Freemason annual Summer Picnic on August 12th. The event was filled with great Masonic camaraderie, a plethora of homemade food, beautiful weather, and a chance to share our summertime experiences. Pictured above, from left:Jim Toman, John Henneman, Annabeth Roe, Paul Roe, Lenny Shier, Past Grand Master Franklin J. Struble, Wendy Struble, Chuck Harrison, Linda Harrison, John Hammer, Betty Bowman, Dave Bowman, and Allison Roe; photo by Lady Rachel Roe.

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