White Rose Magazine Edition 56 – Autumn 2017 now available online.
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Eighty-five-year-old David Lewellyn Steel is one of the busiest and much loved Freemasons in our Province.
Recently out of the chair (for a second time) of Shakespeare and Equity Lodge No 1018 and already planning to become First Principal of Connaught Chapter in two years’ time, his Connaught commitment will coincide with 50 years of Royal Arch membership.
Over 90 Brethren witnessed and listened to an absorbing portrayal of his 50 years in Craft Freemasonry when he was presented with a jubilee certificate.
David, whose Masonic career began at Anchor Lodge 6502 in Bristol in 1966, is also a Founder and Past Master of the Rugby Football Lodge No 9811.
Past APGM Stuart Cummins chronicled a fascinating history in Craft, Chapter and other Orders in Freemasonry, as well as cricket and umpiring exploits, when he made the presentation at a special meeting of the RFL at Greenhead Masonic Hall, Huddersfield.
David was privileged to welcome three APGMs, and three past APGMs, together with Brethren from Anchor Lodge on a very special night of celebration.
White Rose Edition 51 is now available to view online.
The fiftieth edition of the White Rose Masonic News is now online. View it in the White Rose section of the web site.
White Rose Masonic News will be delivered to Masonic Halls throughout the Province this week. This Spring 2014 edition includes details of the Provincial Perimeter Pedal which is to take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Also included are features on the Installations of the Provincial Grand Master and the Grand Superintendent and a big ‘thank you’ from the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, as well as an article on the new exhibition of Freemasonry at the Bradford Industrial Museum.
There are many other articles of interest, not to be missed. Make sure you get your copy before the Summer recess!
Welcome to the White Rose News cover prize draw.
As you will have noticed, the latest issue has a unique number in the lower right hand corner of the cover. If you have the winning number then you have just won six bottles of wine, kindly donated by W Bro Colin Dent.
To claim your prize please contact our editor, Richard Uttley on email@example.com if you use email or write to him at Unit 5, Metro Trading Centre, Barugh Green Road, Barnsley S75 1JT. Include your name, Lodge, Lodge number and a means of contacting you. He will then arrange to deliver your wine. Remember, you will need to have your winning White Rose News to hand.
Congratulations to the winner
If the prize is not claimed within three weeks we shall redraw and publish a new winning number.
The winning number is drawn electronically using a random number generator based on the numbers used on the covers of the latest edition of the White Rose News. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs and ensures a fair chance for every number.
The 47th edition of the Provincial magazine, White Rose Masonic News, will be distributed to Masonic Halls starting this week.
Watch out for a unique number on each copy for your chance to win six bottles of fine wines.
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Also included with the magazines will be a new version of the Provincial calendar.
There’s an Olympic theme to the latest issue of White Rose Masonic News, which will be with Lodge secretaries for distribution to Brethren next week.
Also, the ME Grand Superintendent John K Clayton and RMBI Festival chairman John Boyington will reveal great strides are being made in two major fund-raising events.
Reports and pictures from the glittering awards night at the Royal Armouries, Leeds, which helped local organisations celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, also feature, along with an insight into the camaraderie experienced by lady Freemasons.
For the first time there is a four-page calendar of events to help Lodges promote their meetings. HRH Princess Anne is pictured with a West Yorkshire deputy mayor at a special ceremony at the Safe Anchor Trust charity and the magazine records a number of Brethren celebrating 50 and 60-year certificates in Craft and Royal Arch Masonry.