The end of October saw several members of the Light Blues Club in Northumberland, along with guests, hold their latest social event to encourage recruitment into the Craft in general and membership of the club itself.
Members, including two potential candidates, from Newcastle upon Tyne Lodge No.24 and Corinthian Lodge No.6029 , which meet at Byker Masonic Hall, Newminster Lodge No.5328 , which meets at Morpeth Masonic Hall, George Stephenson Lodge No.3390, which meets at Wylam Masonic Hall, Carliol Lodge No.5419, which meets at Fern Avenue Masonic Hall, and Delaval Lodge No.2568, which meets at Maple Terrace Masonic Hall, came together for an evening of axe throwing at Game of Throwing in Newcastle.
Northumberland Freemasons are pleased to report no injuries occurred during the event and that the highest scores overall were achieved by the two non masons on the night, with the highest scoring Lodge of the evening being Newminster Lodge, represented by Bro. Lewis Heaton, a Fellowcraft.
The purpose of the Light Blues Club is to support newer members in the Craft, and organises monthly official visits to various Lodges throughout the Province allowing newer brethren the opportunity to see new masonic temples and create and expand their masonic friendships, whilst meeting other brethren at a similar stage in their masonic development.
Find out more about the Light Blues Club at http://www.northumberlandlightblues.org.uk/.
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