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Brother Eddie Rickenbacker
Date: 7/20/2014


The American Ace of Aces, Eddie Rickenbacker, was a successful race car driver, fighter pilot, airline executive, wartime advisor, and elder statesman. Few aces achieved so much in so many different lifetime roles.

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Greenville Lodge Past Masters Banquet
Date: 5/21/2014

On Friday, May 9th, 2014, Greenville Lodge #245 held a Past Masters Banquet.  Members of Greenville Lodge and members of surrounding lodges in the area were invited to attend.  Present were 14 Past Masters, which included the District Deputy Grand Master of the 2nd Southern Area of A.F. & A.M. of Illinois, Dennis Nance.  A meal was served to the 48 Masons and their guests.

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Attending PM's

Afterwards, Worshipful Master Larry Sayler presented two awards to attending brethren.  Worshipful Brother David Barbey received a 50 year pin and certificate and Worshipful Brother Kenneth Henry received an appreciation award plaque for his 50+ years of loyal service to the Masonic fraternity and Greenville Lodge #245.  

 Larry Sayler and David Barbey

Brother Henry was raised in Cairo Lodge and was a Past Master there and is currently a member or Greenville Lodge and Gordon Lodge #473 in Pocahontas.  Attached are photos taken of the award recipients and the Past Masters in attendance.

 Larry Sayler and Ken Henry

Submitted by Brother Richard Cornelius
Secretary, Greenville Lodge 245

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What is the symbolism of the Masonic Apron?
Date: 8/10/2014

There is no one of the symbols of Speculative Masonry more important in its teachings, or more interesting in its history, than the lambskin, or white leather apron...

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Date: 4/9/2014
Recently, I was surfing though a list of prominent Freemasons looking for someone of interest to read about. I came upon the name of Charles Coward. This name did not raise any interest. What caught my eye and piqued my interest was the subtitle next to Charles Coward’s name, “The Count of Auschwitz”...
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