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The mission of the Masonic Foundation of Nova Scotia is to encourage the active practice of the Masonic Principals of Benevolence and Charity, and to promote a positive image of Freemasonry in the Community.

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Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia
167 Coronation Avenue
Halifax, NS, Canada B3N 2N2
Telephone: (902) 423-6149
Fax: (902) 423-6254
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Halifax Natal Day Parade

         August 4th, 2014 marks the Natal Day
                     celebrations for
 
the 
               HalifaxRegionalMunicipality
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There will be a Masonic Contingent in the parade and all Masons in the vicinity are encouraged to participate.

   Parade participants are requested to assemble at the Freemasons Hall, 165 Coronation Avenue at 8:00 am to board a bus to take them to the parade assembly point and Return to Freemasons Hall at the conclusion.
   Lodges are reminder to berig their lodge flags to make a showing even better than last year.
   For those of us that are unable to march in parade there will be a float provided.

See you on August 4th.

Fraternally,
Bob Northup
Grand Secretary

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Summer fair & open house

ST. MARGARET'S LODGE #118
SUMMER FAIR AND OPEN HOUSE
Free BBQ     Kids Games   Flea Market

Aug 3, 2014 10:00-4:00pm
Rain or Shine 


Mason's Point,                         phone   (902) 857-1351


Head of St. Margaret's            cell       (902) 233-7081


ALL WELCOME

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Tour of Oak Island

Private Tour of Oak Island
Exclusively for Nova Scotia Freemasons &
The Order of DeMolay

Sunday, August 24th 2014 2 o’clock p.m.
until 4 o’clock p.m. rain or shine
Western Shore, Lunenburg Co. N.S.

Maximum of 250 participants split into 2 tour groups


This tour is open to Masons, their immediate families and non-Mason guests (maximum of 4 guests per party not including family). This is a great opportunity to bring a friend who may have an interest in joining our fraternity!
Price per person $10.00 Children under 14 Free 

Proceeds go directly to The Friends of Oak Island
Society
 


Parking space is very limited so please carpool
It should be noted that this is a WALKING TOUR and
takes an hour or more.
Unfortunately due to the terrain and trail conditions on the island the tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Accessible washrooms
Canteen Services provided.

Directions: Hwy 3 to Western Shore. Turn onto Crandall Point Road and proceed to causeway. There will be a guide at the causeway to direct you to parking area.

Brethren are asked to please RSVP to contact below before 15 August 2014 to book spots for you and your guests. E-mail booking preferred.  
 V.W. Bro. Kel Hancock kelwhancock@gmail.com or 902.472.2776 


Further details and updates will be posted here

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June 2014 Nova Scotia Freemason

The June 2014 edition of the The Nova Scotia Freemason is now available. It can be downloaded from this link.
An archive of all editions of the Nova Scotia Freemason can be found at this link.
The Nova Scotia Freemason is published electronically bi-monthly, June, August, October, December, February, and April. Deadline for submissions is the 15th day of the preceding month. The deadline for the next edition is July 15, 2014. Submissions can be made by contacting the Grand Lodge office or by using the Contact page on the Grand Lodge website.

Five Year Strategic Plan for Grand Lodge

The Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) of the Board of General Purposes has launched a strategic planning process that will consult and engage the Masonic fraternity throughout the province to develop a Five Year Strategic Plan for the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia. The Plan is intended to assist Grand Lodge with guiding its direction and decision making (link for background information).


Workshops / consultations are planned later this year in each district of the province to have discussion and solicit input into the strategic direction and priorities of Grand Lodge. Information on dates and locations of these workshops will be confirmed and communicated in September. We welcome and encourage all members of the Masonic fraternity to participate in this process as it is your opportunity to have a voice in the development of a Five Year Strategic Plan for Grand Lodge.

Click on the PDF file below to access the documentation and also the Power Point presentation made to the Board of General Purposes:


 

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