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National Sojourners presents “Build the Flag”

Pictured above are the Military Veterans of Day-Lite Masonic Lodge No. 358 on June 5, after Milwaukee Chapter #27 National Sojourners presented “Build the Flag” program to the Lodge as part of their Masonic education. Lodge Master Joseph B. Harker, a Past Grand Master and member of the Milwaukee Chapter, requested the presentation. This program as well as other educational patriotic programs are available to all lodges. Contact Bro. Lowell Scott at [email protected] and request a presentation. From left: Bill

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Milwaukee Lodges Boil Crawfish, Stir Cement of Brotherly Love

Milwaukee’s James M. Hays and Henry L. Palmer Masonic Lodges co-hosted their third annual “Crawfish Boil” at the Northwest Masonic Center on February 19th. Brethren and friends gathered to enjoy crawfish, Andouille sausage, corn, potatoes and home brew — along with a great afternoon of fellowship.  Spearheaded by Brother Jim McGuigan, the boil is so authentic, fresh, and delicious because he literally flies the crawfish in from Natchitoches, Louisiana (over 900 miles away) a day before the event. There’s a

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National Sojourners presents “Build the Flag”

Pictured above are the Military Veterans of Day-Lite Masonic Lodge No. 358 on June 5, after Milwaukee Chapter #27 National Sojourners presented “Build the Flag” program to the Lodge as part of their Masonic education. Lodge Master Joseph B. Harker, a Past Grand Master and member of the Milwaukee Chapter, requested the presentation. This program as well as other educational patriotic programs are available to all lodges. Contact Bro. Lowell Scott at [email protected] and request a presentation. From left: Bill

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Milwaukee Lodges Boil Crawfish, Stir Cement of Brotherly Love

Milwaukee’s James M. Hays and Henry L. Palmer Masonic Lodges co-hosted their third annual “Crawfish Boil” at the Northwest Masonic Center on February 19th. Brethren and friends gathered to enjoy crawfish, Andouille sausage, corn, potatoes and home brew — along with a great afternoon of fellowship.  Spearheaded by Brother Jim McGuigan, the boil is so authentic, fresh, and delicious because he literally flies the crawfish in from Natchitoches, Louisiana (over 900 miles away) a day before the event. There’s a

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