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Freemasons to the Rescue - 1st Avoca Beach Scouts

Freemasons on the Central Coast (FotCC) supplied 1st Avoca Beach Scouts with 34 personal floatation devices (lifejackets) and 42 new paddles to help relaunch their activities after a trying year.

Period Pack's Lily Harrison - Freemasons Community Service Award - photo courtesy of ABC News

The purpose of the 7NEWS Young Achiever and the Freemasons Community Service Awards is to acknowledge, encourage and promote the positive achievements of all young people in NSW & ACT up to and including 29 years of age as of 31 December each year.

Bulldogs thank Masons for continued support - Steve Sullivan receiving his award from Trent Ainsworth for outstanding support for the Bulldogs and their charities

Freemasons on the Central Coast (FotCC) have long supported the Central Coast Bulldogs Masters Team which is part of a Sydney-wide competition with players ranging from their mid-thirties to their oldest active player who is a ripe old 81 years!

$6,000 donation for Central Coast kids - Victoria talks about the hardships and how CCKIN helped her family

Generally, at this kind of event, recipient organisations give ‘thank you’ speeches on receiving a donation and there is little, if any, personal contact with the final beneficiaries.

Period Pack's Lily Harrison - Freemasons Community Service Award - photo courtesy of ABC News

Lily Harrison won the 2020 Freemasons of NSW/ACT Community Service Award in the 2020 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards.

Ruth in Boaz’s Field, by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, 1828

As masons we know much of our ritual revolves around the building of King Solomon’s Temple which occurred about 3,000 years ago. The story of Ruth took place three generations before the building of Solomon’s Temple.

Butterworth’s Instruments

The Instruments of Freemasonry Moralized is a small pamphlet written by Mancunian James Butterworth, first published in 1801 and later in 1827 and 1829. Bro Neil Wynes Morse presents the first part of his research paper on the book.

Changing the world - Flinders’ maps were so accurate that they were used for shipping purposes as late as the 1970s

Many people when faced with times of uncertainty choose to look at the future through the dark lens of resignation, putting themselves at the mercy of others.


In a world often dictated by hate and segregation, membership of an organisation capable of uniting men of all religions, colours and even accents is more relevant than ever.

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