Philadelphia October 1, 2005

A Stated Meeting of Fernwood Lodge No. 543, Free and Accepted Masons, will be held on Thursday evening, October 13, 2005 in IONIC HALL , Masonic Temple, One North Broad Street, Philadelphia, at 7 o'clock P.M.


Past Masters Night 

Mt. Pickering Night




The Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania

Masonic Charities Appeal

The greatest treasure we share as Masons is the “Light” of our Craft, which guides us to a path of caring and sharing the responsibilities of living a good and productive life, while supporting the charitable work for which our fraternity is well respected.

Recently each of us received the Masonic Charities appeal letter. Consider the good that the Masonic Charities does in helping to aid and assist families and friends in a time of need, tragedy, disaster or personal loss; the preservation of our national and Masonic heritage; to meet the needs of the residents, young and old, at the Masonic Villages; to support our youth organizations and their guidance for young adults; and to fight drug and alcohol abuse among children. 

If you haven't already, please respond to the appeal now. Your support is important and appreciated. Thank you!

Please mail your contribution to: Masonic Charities        Office of Gift Planning

                        One Masonic Drive        Elizabethtown, PA 17022


The Committee will meet on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. in Committee Room No. 7, Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Candidates for advancement and all Elected and Appointed Officers are expected to attend . If you are unable to attend , you must notify the Worshipful Master.

Membership No. of No. Resigns, Membership

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217 1 2 3 10 204


One's virtues ought to be measured not by extrordinary exertions,

but by everyday conduct.



Annual dues of $55.00 are due by January 1, 2006 for the ensuing Masonic Year. Pay early and avoid the rush. Make checks payable to Fernwood Lodge No. 543, F. & A. M. and mail to the secretary. 


In case of illness or the death of a Member, the Worshipful Master or the Secretary should be notified at once. All changes of address should be forwarded to the Secretary as soon as possible to insure prompt delivery of all Lodge Communications.

Anthony C. Markette, P.M. Secretary 
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