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Photo of the Master of Pioneer Lodge, W Bro. Andy Brown, accompanied by the Charity Steward, W Bro. Don Newing, and W Bro. Tony Harvey, presented the County Commissioner for Derbyshire, James Stafford, accompanied by the centre’s project manager, Tom Stoddart, with the cheque for £2,000.

Derbyshire Freemasons donate £2000 to Drum Hill Scout Camp

When Pioneer Lodge learned that Derbyshire Scouts needed a new activity and accommodation centre at the county camp site, Drum Hill, members wanted to support the venture. Not only had some of them been volunteers at the site over the years, and some had actually helped build the previous centre, Birch Hall, but Pioneer Lodge itself has had a long attachment to Drum Hill.

Oregon Freemasons support Raising a Reader

Oregon Freemasons have chosen to support Ontario School District in partnership with Raising A Reader, a literacy program on a mission to engage young readers and strengthen family routines.

Principals and teachers from Aiken and May Roberts elementary schools attended an initial training session provided by Kristen Anderson of the Raising A Reader program.

Sussex Freemasons donate £1000 to East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People

A windy day at Birling Gap provided the scenic backdrop for the presentation of £1000 to the East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People (ESAB). Members of the Lodge of Peace and Fraternity made the donation, which was match funded by Sussex Masonic Charities, to help the Saltdean and Peacehaven Social Group develop its membership and provide opportunities for people living with incorrectable sight loss