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Ulladulla High School student Emily Cadle has won the 2018 United Grand Lodge of NSW & ACT Grand Lodge Trustee’s scholarship for 2018.

Never do outrageousity nor murder, and always to flee treason; also, by no mean to be cruel, but to give mercy unto him that asketh mercy, upon pain of forfeiture of their worship and lordship of King Arthur for evermore; and always to do ladies, damosels, and gentlewomen succor upon pain of death. Also, that no man take no battles in a wrongful quarrel for no law, nor for no world’s goods.

The Finalists have been selected for the Freemasons of NSW/ACT Community Service Award in the 2019 Seven News Young Achiever Awards. The Awards aim to encourage, acknowledge and reward the achievements valuable contribution young individuals make in their local communities.

Michael Bonnici has won the prestigious Freemasons of NSW/ACT Community Service Award in the 2018 NSW/ACT Young Achiever Awards.

The purpose of the NSW/ACT Young Achiever Awards is to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people up to and including 29 years of age.

 

Diversity represents the universality of our Craft. The multiplicity of religious and ethnic backgrounds that our Craft embraces.

Approximately 50 Masons, families and friends attended the Freemasons’ Association Annual Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Martin Place Cenotaph on ANZAC Day. The parade, which formed on the corner of Pitt Street and Martin Place, was under the command of Parade Commander, VW Bro Colonel Stewart Grant, Ret’d, Lodge Army and Navy, No 517.

A full article with more details will be published at the upcoming issue of the Freemason magazine.

On one day only, some of Sydney’s most intriguing buildings are throwing open their doors to the public. On Sunday 1 November 2015, Sydney Open will turn the key to these places and many more, including our Sydney Masonic Centre.

For more information please visit the Sydney Open website and this link.

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