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Dodgeville Freemasons raise $1050 for Dodger Food Locker

Pictured above are a few of the many volunteers participating in Dodgeville Masonic Lodge’s (No. 119) March 2nd pasty sale. Standing from left: Carrie Pishion, Brian Neil, Joyce Widder, Jim Davis, Mike Hoppenjan, Anna Olson, Charles Pishion, Robert Husted, Berry Hottman, Brian Pishion, Greta Byers, Scott Althaus, Stephanie Martin, Joslyn Olson, Kneeling: Bethany Hinsman (left) and Kate Masner. The Dodger Food Locker was well represented plus members of the Mormon Church assisted the Lodge with their Pasty Sale. Not pictured

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Dodgeville Freemasons’ pasty sales raise $1095 for Shriners Children’s Hospital

A pasty sale was held for the Shriners Children’s Hospital at the Dodgeville Masonic Lodge in Dodgeville, Wisconsin on February 3rd, 2024. Pictured above from left to right is: Jim Heisner, Karl Gant, Marv Engelke, Anna Olson, Scott Althaus, and Joe Harker. Members of the Mound View Shrine Club not pictured are: Joe Thompson, his lady Julie, Elaine Engelke, and John Thorstad. Volunteers from the Mound View Shrine Club assisted Dodgeville Lodge along with many other volunteers in making this a success. This could never happen without the generous support from the surrounding community. A check in the amount

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Dodgeville Masonic Lodge Helps Others

By Kenyon Bennett , The Dodgeville Chronicle  Freemasons, also known as Masons, are members of the world’s oldest fraternal organization that was begun as a guild for stonemasons, skilled builders, in Europe during the Middle Ages. Tracing the organization to a specific date is futile. That knowledge has been lost to history. Secret practices, such as symbolic handshakes and greetings that Freemasons use, are often shrouded in mystery. Dodgeville has its Masons, perhaps best known for trying to help others in

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Dodgeville Freemasons raise $1050 for Dodger Food Locker

Pictured above are a few of the many volunteers participating in Dodgeville Masonic Lodge’s (No. 119) March 2nd pasty sale. Standing from left: Carrie Pishion, Brian Neil, Joyce Widder, Jim Davis, Mike Hoppenjan, Anna Olson, Charles Pishion, Robert Husted, Berry Hottman, Brian Pishion, Greta Byers, Scott Althaus, Stephanie Martin, Joslyn Olson, Kneeling: Bethany Hinsman (left) and Kate Masner. The Dodger Food Locker was well represented plus members of the Mormon Church assisted the Lodge with their Pasty Sale. Not pictured

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Dodgeville Freemasons’ pasty sales raise $1095 for Shriners Children’s Hospital

A pasty sale was held for the Shriners Children’s Hospital at the Dodgeville Masonic Lodge in Dodgeville, Wisconsin on February 3rd, 2024. Pictured above from left to right is: Jim Heisner, Karl Gant, Marv Engelke, Anna Olson, Scott Althaus, and Joe Harker. Members of the Mound View Shrine Club not pictured are: Joe Thompson, his lady Julie, Elaine Engelke, and John Thorstad. Volunteers from the Mound View Shrine Club assisted Dodgeville Lodge along with many other volunteers in making this a success. This could never happen without the generous support from the surrounding community. A check in the amount

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Dodgeville Masonic Lodge Helps Others

By Kenyon Bennett , The Dodgeville Chronicle  Freemasons, also known as Masons, are members of the world’s oldest fraternal organization that was begun as a guild for stonemasons, skilled builders, in Europe during the Middle Ages. Tracing the organization to a specific date is futile. That knowledge has been lost to history. Secret practices, such as symbolic handshakes and greetings that Freemasons use, are often shrouded in mystery. Dodgeville has its Masons, perhaps best known for trying to help others in

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