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2014 Annual Report. Read the annual report here (pdf) . Please contact Grand Lodge if you require a hard copy of the Annual Report.
We have sourced a commemoration mug of appropriate style and price that you can all buy and keep to remember this historic occasion. Orders can be placed now but delivery is timed for early 2015. Details here.”
Potter Masonic Trust grant for blind children leads 125th Anniversary celebrations
A Potter Masonic Trust grant to build an outdoor learning facility for blind children leads our 125th Anniversary celebrations.
The $450,000 grant is a major portion of the cost of the new facility to be built at the Homai campus for blind and low-vision children in Manurewa, Auckland. Construction began earlier this month with completion expected by April.
Chairman of the Trust, Deputy Grand Master, RW Bro Mark Winger, says the vision for the project is an ideal fit with the Trust’s main benevolent purpose to provide support for children in need. More
L to R: Selwyn Cooper, Freemasons Project Manager; Karen Stobbs, BLENNZ Principal; Barbara Whitley, BLENNZ Senior Manager; Jill Rice, designer; Mark Winger, Potter Trust Chair; Clyde Lansink, BLENNZ Chair and his guide dog Yorick – on the Homai school property where the facility will be built.
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