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 Mount Sinai-Pillars Lodge – Feb 2014

Past Grand Master M.W. Bro. Ronald E. Growshaw presents 25 year service pins to:
R.W. Bro. Michale Litvak & W. Bro. Kory Goldblum
and 60 year service pin to W. Bro. Claude Cartoon

 

 Installation ceremony – 100th year – November 2013

 

 Installation ceremony – 99th year – November 2012

 

 Sock Hop Dance Social Event – June 02, 2012

 Initiation performed by Emergency Task Force.

 Presentation of donation cheque to for “Breakfast for Learning” – by R.W. Bro. Michael Litvak, V. W. Bro. Sydney Schatzker, W. Bro. Neil Friedman and W. Bro. Robert Takeda (District Charity Chairman 2010-2011).

 

Mount Sinai-Pillars Lodge Installation – November 10, 2011

 

Reception for V.W. Bro. Sydney Thomas Schatzker – September 20, 2011

 

Thornhill Village Festival 2011

 

Official Visit of DDGM June 9, 2011

 

District Divine Service June 12, 2011

 

M.W. Bro. Raymond S.J. Daniels

Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario. Visit to Mount Sinai-Pillars Lodge No.522 on March 10, 2011 on the occasion of:

Presentation to V.W. Bro. Leonard I. Levy 50 years a Past Master Certificate & 90th birthday.

Presentation to W. Bro. Murray Levinter 60 years a Freemason Certificate.

V.W. Bro. Leonard I. Levy 50 years a Past Master Certificate

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