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6.30.2006

Secret Society

From The Update: MASONIC INSTALLATION — The Decatur Masonic Lodge #447 A.F. & A.M. will hold its installation of officers at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Masonic Lodge Building at 202 W. Walnut in Decatur. I've always wondered what those boys were up to.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

building stuff maybe? throwing some bricks together? But I suspect it has to do with keeping the national treasure safe.

gofish said...

They plan our defense against alien invasions.

Anonymous said...

Cult cult cult

mzchief said...
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bubba said...

Truth be known, just a bunch of good 'ol boys gettin together to shoot the shit.

mzchief said...

I think I heard they do quite a bit of canning. After all they are the people who came up with the Mason Jar. Perhaps that's not quite EXACTLY what I heard!

I LOVE circuses and the Moslah Shrine Circus is ALWAYS one of the absolute BEST small circuses.

Exactly WHAT do the Masons do? From what little I've recently read the Masonic organization is really VERY interesting. IF you want to know more this site has quite a few answers.
http://www.ben-ali-shriners.org/Masonicfaq.htm

Disclaimer: I am not and have NEVER been a Mason. I do NOT believe I even KNOW a Mason.

Anonymous said...

My Dad is a Mason. They do lots of charitable projects but do not seek our recognition for them. They are mostly devoted Christians who practice ceremonies that have been passed down for centuries. Sadly it appears to be a dying organization--their membership is mostly older men. They support hospitals, childrens homes, and nursing homes.

Anonymous said...

The Shriner's Burn Hospital on the coast provides free medical care to burned children. The crippled children's hospital in Dallas does the same. The Shriners are somewhat like senior degreed masons.

DUALLYDUDE said...

The Masonic organization dates back to the construction of King Solomans Temple. The organization is based on the principle of making good men better men. Some of the more famous men in our history were Masons such as, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson
through today including Teddy Rosevelt, FDR, and Dwight D. Eisehower.

Collectionsite said...

Those Boys are up too ...

Nothing but Good :)

If there was ever a group that has done more for our community ... I do not know which group it would be ...