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B W D Montgomery 434 celebrate 100 Years.

Warrant No 434 Warrant No 434 was first issued to found a Lodge in Killygordon, Co. Donegal in 1765, where it remained for only four years. It was next issued to a Lodge in Castlefin, Co Donegal in 1819, and remained working until 1835. In 1863 it was issued to a Lodge in Smythdale, Victoria, […]

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St Georges Masonic Lodge No 166

On Wednesday 13th September 2017 W. Bro Dessie Chittick was presented with his 50yr jewel and certificate from the Grand Lodge of Ireland. The Worshipful Master congratulated Dessie saying it was a great honour and privilege to present him with this Jewel and Certificate on behalf of the Brethren of St Georges Masonic Lodge No.166 […]

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Masons present cheque to Cancer Charity

R.W. Brother Gillespie, R.W. Brother Wilson and W. Brother Hynds on behalf of Provincial Grand Lodge of Antrim Golf Committee presenting a cheque for £1370 to Claire Hogarth of the Friends of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital. This represents part of the £4110 raised at the Provincial Grand Lodge Golf day at Ballymena […]

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Provincial Grand Lodge Appointments

The RW Provincial Grand Master announced the appointment of RW Bro. Jack Dunlop as RW Provincial Deputy Grand Master and VW Bro John Edens as RW Assistant Grand Master. Both these distinguished Brethren will be invested at the November Communicatioin of Provincial Grand Lodge.

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Retirement of RW Bro. David Lyness

The RW Provincial Grand Master announced the retirement of the RW Provincial Deputy Grand Master at the September Communication of Provincial Grand Lodge. RW Bro. Dickson thanked  for all his hard work over the past years and wished him and his family every success in the future. RW Bro Lyness responded by thanking the Provincial […]

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PGL Golf Day on Friday 19th May 2017

The Golf day was held on the 19th May 2017 Primarily this was held to raise money for Charity and to have a bit of fun. Just over £4000 was raised and will be shared between:- Masonic Orphans Welfare Committee Lifelites Friends of the Cancer Centre. The Committee would wish to thank all who played, […]

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