The North Texas Masonic Historical Museum & Library is hosting a Spring Festive Board on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at 6:30 PM.
We will have have an excellent Masonic educational program entitled “The Universal Search for Light: Religion and Masonry” by our special guest speaker, Brother Jason E. Marshall, an accomplished author of a number of published papers of Masonic interest with a forthcoming book on the subject of comparative religion.
Dinner will include Appetizers, Salad, Prime Rib, Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Vegetables, and Dessert.
Attendance is open to all Masons (Entered Apprentices, Fellowcrafts, and Master Masons) and limited to the first 28 to register. The cost is $50, payable at the time of registration. For you convenience, you may use the “Buy Now” button below to pay through PayPal.
I hope to see you there.
Jason E. Marshall is a practicing attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He lives in Chickasha, Oklahoma with his wife and child. Jason holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science, with an emphasis in international relations and cultural studies, as well as a Juris Doctorate.
Brother Marshall’s interest in international cultures has led him to extensively study world religions, philosophies, and esoteric traditions. His studies into world religions and various esoteric traditions eventually led him to the Masonic Fraternity. Within the Masonic Fraternity, he is active in numerous leadership roles, and writes extensively on various blue lodge and Scottish Rite themes.
Brother Marshall is a charter member of Lodge Veritas #556, in Norman, Oklahoma,where he is currently serving as Senior Warden. He is also a charter Member and Past High Priest of Chapter Veritas #103, in Norman, Oklahoma. He is also a member of the Societas Rosicruciana in Civitatibus Foederatis, Oklahoma Chapter, and the Oklahoma Order of High Priesthood. Brother Marshall also serves as the Chairman for the Guthrie Valley Scottish Riteâ€™s Mentorship Committee, and he is also in the Kadosh officer line for the Valley of Guthrie. He also serves on the awards committee for The Society for Masonic Research.
Brother Marshall‘s masonic writings have appeared in “The Masonic Society Journal”, Societas Rosicruciana’s “Ad Lucem” publication, and he is a featured writer for “Living Stones Magazine”. Outside of the masonic fraternity, Jason has been featured in “Office Canada”, as well as the 2012 book “Imperfect Spirituality”, by Polly Campbell. Jason is also the owner and primary author of the website: www.LivingInTheNow.net.
I just wanted to remind you that the cornerstone ceremony for Mendenhall Elementary School is this Saturday, May 21st.Â The Schedule is as follows:
12:00Â Lunch at Plano Lodge #768 Building
12:45Â Open Plano Lodge
1:00Â Open representation of Grand Lodge
1:30Â Leave for School
2:00Â Ceremony at school
As you remember in your obligations and in your degrees, when requested, you should make every effort to complete the errand of a Master Mason, or be there to help when requested.Â I am asking that each of you to make time to be at this ceremony.Â Attire is suits and White Aprons. This is the first cornerstone that we have done at a school in over 50 years, and if we have a good turnout, we will get another next year.Â This increases our visibility within the community and helps to have a good relationship with our schools.
Please make every effort to attend and bring others where you can.
Worshipful Master, Plano Masonic Lodge #768
The Museum & Library will be hosting â€œThe History of Rumâ€ at 7:30PM on Thursday, May 26 as a fundraiser.
John Solis will be providing a program Â which will start with the history, distillation process, and folk lore, and it will conclude with a rum tasting.
Thanks for your support,
Purchase deadline is May 1st.
13th Frisco RoughRiders game against the Corpus Cristi Hooks. Â $5 from each
ticket sold will benefit the Plano Rainbow Girl Assembly.
A $20 ticket includes:
* PlayBall Game Program
* Player Autographs Before the Game
* Fireworks Show After the Game
* Limited Edition RoughRiders Hat
* All-You-Can-Eat (Hot Dogs, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches,
chips and soda)
You can also buy parking for $5 (normally $10). Â We have fliers at the lodge,
but since you might want to write a check, make it out to “Frisco Roughriders”
and get it to Br. Clay Smith, a Rainbow girl or member of Rainbow board. Â You will pick up
your tickets at the “Will Call” window at the stadium.
Blood Drive for Plano #768 Masonic Lodge
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Saturday April 30, 2011
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
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North Texas Masonic Museum and Library
1414 Ave J
Plano, Texas 75074
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Please contact Bill Goodell @ 214-288-1838 to volunteer or donate.Â Walk-ins accepted.
We are having our Masonic family picnic on Saturday May 7th at the North
Pavillion of Bob Woodruff Park in Plano. Â The picnic will be come and go from 10
to 4. Â We will have games, music and fellowship. Â The event is open to all
friends, family and guests.
- Date: Saturday, May 7th
- Time: 10 am – 4 pm (or later)
- Location: Bob Woodruff Park in Plano (off of Park Blvd), North Pavilion.
- Food: Grill food provided
- Drink: Bring you own…
We are trying to get an idea of the amount of food we need to buy. Â Please let
Adam DeMasellis (email@example.com) know if you plan on attending, so we can estimate how much food to buy.