Floor Refinishing Complete

posted Feb 15, 2013, 1:44 PM by D H


The Floor refinishing is complete.  Below are a few photos of our new floor

Floor Refinishing 2013

posted Feb 10, 2013, 3:26 PM by D H   [ updated Feb 10, 2013, 3:38 PM ]

Here are some before and after pictures of the floor project.  The floor was sanded on Feb 8th, 9th, and 10th.   More photos to come after the polyurethane is applied


Masonry is Far Reaching

posted Nov 29, 2010, 3:22 PM by D H

I received this in a email today and thought it was good enough to post on the site - Enjoy! -DH

A True Thanksgiving Story.  

I thought I would share something that we can all be Thankful for this Season. 

Our armed forces that are serving and for those that have served before are the reason we are free today. They should be foremost on our minds daily. God Bless them all.
Happy Thanksgiving 
Masonic Meeting at Kandahar Air Field in Afghanistan
Kandahar Lodge Room 
Dear Brethren All

I feel sure you will be pleased to know that Freemasonry continues to be practiced worldwide, regardless of circumstances and adversity. The following forwarded e-mail and photographs attest to the same.

You may wish to pass this on to other Freemasons for their information.
With kindest regards.
Yours sincerely and fraternally
Barry E Govey
LGRA Welfare Registrar & Past President

Thought you may like to see the attached, Freemasonry in action?

kandahar                                                           work

 Canada Lodge held our first Ceremonies of Initiation on the
evening of October 7, 2010 here at Kandahar Air Field.

 Initiated were Major Robert Kelly and Corporal Satraj Toor.

 As you can see from the photos, our lodge is now beautifully furnished thanks to the generosity of the brethren from back home.
 Due to operational requirements we did not (all who had parts)
have the chance (though try we did) to do a complete run through before the big night.

 If I may say so myself, the ceremony was done as well as any I have seen back home (in my limited Masonic experience, mind you).

 All of the parts came together seamlessly and it was quite evident
 that all of the brethren had put their heart and soul into the
 perfection of their work.

 I am truly honoured to have been a part of this historic Masonic

 Our evening ended with a truly Afghan flavour as we were posing for photographs we came under rocket attack and had to hit the
floor (pictured).
hit the                                                           deck

posted Nov 21, 2010, 6:18 PM by D H   [ updated Dec 15, 2011, 5:50 PM by Unknown user ]

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