If you have not attended a Millersville Masonic funeral service this year you should come see how well our Master preforms. He has filled the void left by great ones in the past. Come if you can you will be glad you did.
Brothers, The parking lot will be cleared dinner, presentation about Neal Thomson and Dinner is still on at 6pm. Please use your best judgement regarding safety. As long as we have a quorum we will open on the MM Degree at 7:30. Sincerely & Fraternally, Andy Hoffman, WM
Myosotic arvensis– from the Greek, meaning “Mouse’s Ear,” after the shape of its five petals. These little blue flowers are perennials, springing up again year after year. They grow widely in Europe, Asia, America, even as far as New Zealand. In most languages, however, this flower is known by its much more common name; the […]
A Big Thanks to Michael Dollinger This year we had the tough task of finding a new Quarter Master. The brother who is quarter master runs the kitchen. He makes sure supplies are stocked, someone is prepared to cook, and if not, he cooks himself. It requires getting to Lodge early and is a lot […]
We have the sad news that on Tuesday September 30, 2014, Candy May, Worthy Matron of the Millersville Chapter of the Eastern Star, passed away after brief battle with cancer. She was loved by every Millersville Mason and will be deeply missed. Candy has been a loving force in the OES at Millersville and around […]
(If you missed it, checkout Part 1: Why I Became a Mason – Part 1 So, as detailed on part one, I was on a quest to discover what it meant to step above the adolescence that plagues my generation and find out what it meant to be a man in the modern world, while somehow […]
It Was All My Wife’s Idea No, really. I’m sitting on the couch one day after work, blissfully immersed in my Netflix queue, when my wife leans over and says, “Honey, I want to show you something. But don’t laugh, I want you to think about it…” Then she hands me her phone, open to […]
Firefighters are a special breed of people. The first firefighter I got to know really well was my 8th Grade Science teacher who became one of my first and earliest mentors. He told his class stories of fighting fires with flames flying over his head and the peril of the whole room igniting in a […]