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Lodge Independent Lewis No 592

W Bro Geoff Ferguson of Lodge Independent Lewis 592 has extended a helping hand and a load of books to a needy school in Fiji.

On a visit to Malolo Island Resort, he and his wife Judi visited the primary school on the island which is half an hour by boat from the resort.

In the current times of expressing a desire to be healthy in mind and body, it is fitting to see that a young group of masons, family and friends participated in the Sydney to Wollongong, 2012 MS Gong Ride. Supported by the STEP program and Lodge Capitol 612, in Canberra, this team diligently met their fundraising requirements, as a token to participate.

Ready to Rescue!

Whether it be saving the life of a person stuck in flood water, chain-sawing through a large tree which has fallen onto someone’s home or rescuing a victim of a road crash, the volunteers of the New South Wales State Emergency Service (NSW SES) are always ready to come to the rescue.

When the Minister for Home Affairs, King O’Malley wrote his introduction to the milestone volume Canberra – Capital City of the Commonwealth of Australia he declared for posterity that ‘Such an opportunity as this, the Commonwealth selecting a site for its national city in almost virgin country, comes to few nations and comes but once in a history.’

It’s wonderful that the masons are now part of the Aboriginal culture of this area.

These words, spoken by Les Bursill OAM, an elder from the Dharawal nation, completed a Naming and Smoking Ceremony for Lodge Kirrawee at Sutherland in March.

The Goulburn 150th Anniversary Celebrations on Saturday, 16th March was truly a significant event. Not just to mark 150 years of the City of Goulburn, but also for the fact that freemasons have been involved with the evolution of this city from the time that settlement first began in the area right up to the present day.

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Over 40 Freemasons came together on 19 January 2013 from all over NSW to support the annual 'Surfers for Autism' day held at Nobbys Beach in Newcastle.


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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