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Chino Valley Lodge 427 First Candidate For 2013

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July 20, 2013

 

A little history was made at Chino Valley Masonic Lodge # 427 as the first candidate since the lodge charter was suspended three years ago, received his first degree. Mr. Glenn Joseph Kennedy was initiated an Entered Apprentice Mason on Tuesday July 16th. There were thirty brethren in attendance representing every lodge in the district plus several other lodges including a visitor from Brazil.

 

This was made possible due to the efforts of a number of lodge members who worked very hard over the last several years to get the lodge charter restored. Worshipful Master Manny Blanco said "all of the hard work that we as a lodge have put into things, is starting to bear fruit. It's not just a positive step forward….  but a BIG positive step forward.

 

Judging from the turnout, this is just the beginning.

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One Response to “Chino Valley Lodge 427 First Candidate For 2013”


  1. Bill Duke Says:

    Greetings

    In stumbling across the FB page and I learned that the Chino Lodge that was once served as the lodge that sponsored my Chino DeMolay club has gone dark. I was active DeMolay 74-77. Curiosity requires that I ask what has happened to the lodge. I moved from Chino in the early 80's.

    Thanks,
    Bill Duke


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