Orange-Rockland District Masonic Organization
Monday, December 18, 2017
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Shriner's Hospital

The following was provided by Brother Brian Korson, a Canadian brother:

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If you haven't already seen this it is worth the time to watch it.


The attached FOX 40 TV clip by news anchor Jaime Garza is an inspiring reminder of the wonderful work that takes place at Shriners Hospitals for Children (SHCNC).  And the story gets better. We recently learned that the piece won an Emmy Award.  
 
Albertito, a burn patient, is featured in the story that was produced to publicize the Drawing on Dreams book project completed last fall in the hospital school. Margaret Kugler and Alan Anderson speak on behalf of SHCNC.
 
If you would like a copy of “Drawing on Dreams”, please contact Alan Andersen in the Development Office (ext. 2008). Proceeds benefit SHCNC.


Gordon Markley, Past Potentate

 

 

 

Masonic Information

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The following was provided by Brother Brian Korson, a Canadian brother:

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If you haven't already seen this it is worth the time to watch it.

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From Brother Mike Peters:

CONGRATULATIONS to GM Harvey Waugh ,the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts and over 1500 Masons for a job well done !! BOSTON - A time capsule first buried in the Massachusetts Statehouse cornerstone on July 4, 1795 – the 20th anniversary of American independence - will be put back on Wednesday (June 17th), with the same pomp and circumstance that accompanied its first burial.

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