North Dakota/U.S. – Minot Masonic Center to dedicate Shriners statue


(by Jennifer Brodal , Minot Daily News, October 21, 2022)

 

The Minot Masonic Center, located at 2524 E. Burdick Expressway, will hold a Statue Dedication Ceremony on Saturday at 1 p.m. Minot president and Noble of the KEM Shriners – Minot Shrine Club, John Young, will be conducting the ceremony.

A pancake breakfast will precede the ceremony from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The pancake breakfast fundraiser is being hosted by the Acacia Lodge of Prince Hall Masons, is open to the public and is a cash only event.

Freemasonry is a fraternal order, deeply rooted in facilitating programs and services to make life better for masons, their families and their communities, continuing to uphold their motto “Making good men better.” Young said the Shrine Club is an appendant organization of the Masons. To be a Shriner you must first be a member of the Masons.

Over a year ago the KEM Shrine in Grand Forks was looking to…

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North Dakota/U.S. - Minot Masonic Center to dedicate Shriners statue

 

North Dakota/U.S. - Minot Masonic Center to dedicate Shriners statue
 

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