In this podcast the Brothers discuss the sense of feeling as it pertains to Masonry.
In this podcast, the Brothers discuss the masonic importance of the sense of seeing.
The first thing most people think about, when you mention the Holocaust, are the 6 million Jews killed in the concentration camps. The attached article presents 7 little known facts about Freemasonry during the war to end all wars.
In Episode 168 of The Masonic Roundtable the Brothers discuss the importance of the sense of hearing to Masonry.
Brothers who are interested in learning about the similarities and differences between ancient and modern Freemasonry, this Masonic Roundtable podcast is for you.
The linked article provides insights into the symbolism as it relates to the beehive.
On Monday, October 27th, Lawton Lodge #183 and the local chapter of the Widow’s Sons showed their support of the Lawton Fire Department Toy Run which will take place on November 15. The Lawton Fire Department and the Lawton Coalition of Bikers work together on this effort every year to bring toys to needy children.
The Lodge donated a total of $400 to include funds from the Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma.
This year’s run will start at 1:30PM. Bikers will stage up at 12 noon. The run starts at the Old Cache Cinema Parking Lot and will end at the Veterans of Foriegn Wars on East Gore.
This afternoon Lawton Lodge #183 hosted a luncheon in an effort to raise money to help the family of Manda Pohawpatchoko, a young lady with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The Lawton native was diagnosed with the disease in July and has been undergoing intensive medical treatments since then.
The lodge drew the support of the city, including the Lawton Constitution (who published an article), KLAW Radio (who ran radio ads), and others in an effort to help a family challenged with the expense of both the medical costs and traveling to and from Oklahoma City where she receives treatments.
After all was said and done, the Brothers of Lawton Lodge and the International Order of Rainbow for Girls Assembly #55 served 24 lbs of pasta (with 10 gallons of sauce), 160 slices of garlic bread and 3 loaves of Italian bread, 15 pounds of meatballs, and 40 lbs of lasagna. The guests ate well and raised $1,800. With matching funds from the Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma, the grand total raised for Manda Panda and her family was $3,600.
When Worshipful Master Dennis Plunkett announced the final total there were plenty of cheers and several tears. He ended his announcement saying, “We wish we could have done more.”
UPDATE: Thanks to last minute donations the Brothers of the Lodge presented Manda Panda with a check for $3,700 prior to yesterday’s Stated Meeting.