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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.

A member of a certain lodge, who previously attended meetings regularly, stopped going. After a few months, the Worshipful Master decided to visit him.

The many lives of the Sydney Mint

Many buildings around the city of Sydney owe their existence to early masons who were involved in their construction but little is known about these builders.

Freemasonry doing its bit. RW Bro Peter Simpson, WM Leeton-Yanco (left) and VW Bro Barry Maples, WM Lodge Ibis (right) presenting a cheque to Bro Bob Bunbury.

BlazeAid is a volunteer-based organisation that works with families and individuals in rural Australia after natural disasters such as fires and floods.

On this day and always we pay our most sincere respects to all those to contributed to our freedoms we now enjoy.

Thank you,

Let us all remember.

Lest we forget.

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