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Have you thought about becoming a Freemason?

Your neighbors, your friends, and prominent members of society have joined over a million other men as Freemasons.
rnMembers of the Masonic Fraternity have been making positive contributions to our communities for over 275 years in Pennsylvania through programs that promote education, reduce substance abuse, care for the elderly, and care for our youth. Today, the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania comprises more than 500 Lodges and over 70,000 Masons - men of character from every walk of life all working together to build a better world.

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PA CHIP Program.
The Child Identification Program (CHIP) addresses the alarming fact that over 1,000,000 children are reported missing in the United States each year. While most are found, many are not, and the abduction of children is both under-reported and rapidly increasing in our society. CHIP provides parents and guardians the means to quickly get vital information to emergency responders. The digital video and digital still photo on the mini CD is compatible with the Pennsylvania Amber Alert System. Click the image below to find more information.


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Is there greatness in YOU? The best way to get information is to talk to a Mason -- either online or in person. You can ask questions of real Freemasons on our Live Forum, or you can use the "Find a Lodge" tab at the top of each page to link to the Grand Lodge website in your state. Most of these sites have Lodge Locators where you can find contact information for a Mason at a Lodge near you. That person, usually the Secretary of the Lodge, will answer your questions and provide you with additional information. If you would like, he can usually arrange a convenient time to meet, introduce you to some other members, give you a tour their building, and answer your questions.

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Lake Harriet Lodge, No. 277, Minnesota Library 
Online Masonic Libraryrn
rnOn this page we have collected links to Masonic publications and literature available in electronic format as well as reviews of books, articles, and collections of quotations.

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Pietre-Stones Review of Freemasonry 
The Masonic Magazine on Freemasonry and Research into Freemasonry made by Freemasons

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