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Shrine February Newsletter

Brethren, Please find below a link to the February newsletter for the Shrine. PR_VOICE_February_2017_FINAL

Almoner’s Fund

“Almoning & Benevolence” To relive the distressed, to visit the sick, to care for the aged, to comfort the bereaved is a duty incumbent upon all men, but particularly Freemasons who are linked by a bond of Brotherhood. The lodges

District 3 Family Picnic Outing

A District 3 family outing picnic will be held on Saturday, August 26. Location, times and details will be announced at a later date. Plan now to attend this family event!

Lodge Unification

2017 will be a historic year for St. John’s Lodge No. 260 and Cumberland Star Lodge No. 197 as the two lodges begin the journey of becoming one lodge.  Both lodges have appointed committees and the combined committee has been

Lodge Banquet

St. John’s Lodge No. 260 will be celebrating the 165th Anniversary and Ladies Night Banquet on Saturday April 8, 2017. The banquet will be held at the Carlisle Masonic Center.  This annual event of fellowship and good food is topped

Small Games of Chance

St. John’s Lodge 260 obtained its first small games of chance in November of 2015. The license allows the lodge to conduct raffles, 50/50 drawings and pull-tab games monthly. The games are normally conducted prior to the stated meeting and

St. John’s Masonic Lodge Veteran’s Day Celebration

St. John’s Masonic Lodge located at 1236 Holly Pike in Carlisle (near Chili’s) is once again hosting a dinner for Veterans and his or her guest on Thursday, November 17th starting at 6:30 p.m. We will be serving a traditional

Shriners Hospitals for Children #GivingTuesday pledge

After we feast, spend time with family, and give thanks, the world dedicates one day — #GivingTuesday — to giving back. On November 29th, we are asking our Shriners Hospitals for Children community to make a gift that makes a

Where did Freemasonry Come From?

Some historians trace Freemasonry to the 10th Century B.C. during the building of King Solomon’s Temple. Records reveal that Freemasonry was introduced into England in 926 A.D. Many other historians believe that Freemasonry is directly descended from the association of

Masonic Blood Drive

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank is in need of blood donations. Please consider giving the gift of life on Thursday November 17 at the Masonic Blood Drive! http://carlisle260.org/event/masonic-blood-drive/