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Masonic Home of Georgia Family Day!

Masonic Home of Georgia
Family Day

  • 1417 Nottingham Drive, Macon, GA  31211
  • Saturday, October 6th 2018, 10 am until 2 pm
  • Past Grand Master Albert F. Garner, Jr. Grave Marker Ceremony
  • Near the White Building behind the Home
  • 1417 Nottingham Drive, Macon, GA  31211
  • Saturday, October 6th 2018, 10 am until 10:30 pm
  • Walter W. Matthews Cottage Cornerstone Ceremony
  • Family Day
  • 1417 Nottingham Drive, Macon, GA  31211
  • Saturday, October 6th 2018, 11 am until 12 noon
  • Dinner on the Grounds at 12 Noon
  • At the Pool Area
  • Auto Cruise In
  • (All vehicles are to be at the Home by 9 am.)
  • Children’s Hall tours – All Day

Masonic Home of Georgia Family Day

Masonic Home of Georgia
Family Day

1417 Nottingham Drive, Macon, GA  31211
Saturday, October 6th 2018, 10 am until 2 pm
Past Grand Master Albert F. Garner, Jr. Grave Marker Ceremony
Near the White Building behind the Home
1417 Nottingham Drive, Macon, GA  31211
Saturday, October 6th 2018, 10 am until 10:30 pm
Walter W. Matthews Cottage Cornerstone Ceremony
Family Day
1417 Nottingham Drive, Macon, GA  31211
Saturday, October 6th 2018, 11 am until 12 noon
Dinner on the Grounds at 12 Noon
At the Pool Area
Auto Cruise In
(All vehicles are to be at the Home by 9 am.)
Children’s Hall tours – All Day

 

Message From the South

Brethren,

               Thank you for voting me into the south. I am honored to be in such a high chair for the lodge. As I continue to serve the lodge I look forward to growing in Masonry. There is always more we can learn as long as we use our attentive ears. Here’s to a great year and hopefully full bellies at each meeting!

Lee Pope
Junior Warden 2018

Message From The West

“PEACE and HARMONY”  I wish you all peace and harmony in the upcoming year.  Peace means the lack of anxieties, worries, and strife.  Each of us should have personal satisfaction in being a member of the greatest well-regulated organization in the world – our Fraternity, Free and Accepted Masons.  Let us all strive to work harmoniously in bringing more light into our own lives and into this uncertain world in which we live.  Harmony does not mean unison.  Unison is where everyone is doing the same thing the same way at the same time. Harmony is so much better than unison because harmony involves each of us doing different things at different times in a way that does not conflict with what others are doing, and yet, our efforts have a common purpose to the benefit of the Craft.

Our common purpose is to make good men better through the beautiful system of morality that we know as Freemasonry.  My hope for all of us is that each may continue to follow our chosen individual paths, masonically and harmoniously, finding the ultimate reward to be that we are wiser, better, and consequently happier, thus achieving Peace.  Let us all remember that we are Brothers.  “Behold how good, and how pleasant it is for the brethren to dwell together in unity!”  Unity because we are one as Brothers with one purpose. Harmony because each of us finds his own way to contribute to the whole without strife.  When Peace and Harmony is achieved then we each can receive the wages that ought be due every Brother in our Fraternity:  the corn of nourishment, the wine of refreshment, and the oil of joy. 

As Senior Warden, I am tasked with ensuring that each of our Brothers receive his wages, and that the Lodge is Peaceful and Harmonious.  It is a task that I am grateful to bear, and I thank all of you for placing your trust in me to handle this very important position.

God bless us all,

William H. Kitchens, Jr
Senior Warden