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St George Brass Band at the St George MC, Bexley

Lodge St George and St Andrew No 7 which meets in the historic St George Masonic Centre in Bexley held their annual Open Day on Sunday 8 November with over 250 people passing through the Centre.

The lodge teamed up with the St George Masonic Museum Society to present a Spring Fair Open Day in the Bexley Manor Hall in the ground floor. Stalls were set up by the Bexley Chamber of Commerce, Bendigo Bank, St George Historical Society, Kogarah RSL Youth Club, Royal Freemasons' Benevolent Institution, Australian Wildlife Society, cake stall, lolly stall, book stall and other local community groups to raise funds for a new local Educational Scholarship.

St George Open Day War MemorialL-R: Stephen Kamper MP, Bro Grant Layland, W Bro Wayne Greenwood, RW Bro Sam Young, Chris Minns MP and RW Bro Patrick W Medway AMThe St George Brass Band played brackets of band music on the front lawns to entertain and encourage the members attending the activities. Two local members of parliament Chris Minns MP, Member for Kogarah and Stephen Kamper MP, Member for Rockdale attended and supported the day and unveiled a new War Memorial plaque dedicated to a former high-profile member of the lodge Bro Sir Asher Joel KBE KT AO who died in 1998.

The lodge also launched the new Lodge Educational Scholarship at the local Sydney Technical High School to encourage a great public awareness of Freemasonry.


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