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Erik's Masonic Journey

Thu, 28 Sep 2000

Today I told the lodge secretary, who also happens to be the man helping me with my Fellowcraft memory work, that I would be prepared to prove my proficiency at the next stated meeting. That's only two weeks away, so I really have to start studying so I can remember all of this stuff! While the original plan was to arrange for my Master Mason degree to be put on by Belt Lodge No. 18 in Kerby, it now looks like the Ashland lodge will be doing it. I'm very excited!

Bro. Chris Adams sent me a link for Harry Klitzner Company, an online fraternal supply manufacturer. They have a very comprehensive listing of Masonic and Shriner items, and Bro. Chris says that he has ordered a few things from them and been completely satisfied with the service! And for those of you interested in Russian Masonry, here is an article titled A History of Masonic Collections in Russia. I think this brings me up-to-date on my long list of Masonic links. If you have any to share, especially a home page for your lodge, please send it to me and I will share your link on this site.

Hiram's Oasis is probably the oldest Masonic website in the world. The man who started it, Bro. Preston E. Burner, passed away earlier this year. I never had the pleasure of corresponding with him, but I have heard many good things about him, and his collection of Masonic files that he shared with the world is very impressive. My best wishes to his family and friends.

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