On August 8 and 9, the Greater New England Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society held Bike MS: Great Maine Getaway 2015. This is an annual ride to raise funds to help those impacted by Multiple Sclerosis. Among those riders was our very own Grand Master David A. Walker, President of the Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation.
This is the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. The Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation is pleased to underwrite, along with two others, the Maine Public Broadcasting Network as they present a rebroadcast of the Ken Burns Production of the “Civil War”. The program, which will air over 5 consecutive nights – September
Lodges all across Maine are running the Bikes for Books program in conjunction with local schools and libraries in their areas with great success. Here’s a wonderful letter showing the impact of this amazing program. I wanted to thank the Lodge for the bikes that my daughter Mara Gentry received this year and my daughter Rachel
The Maine Public Broadcasting Network, MPBN, is holding their Super Thursday fund raising event tomorrow, August 6. As part of that effort, the Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation is sponsoring a Freemason Pledge Match from 6AM to 8AM. Brothers Tom Pulkkinen, Brian Ingalls, Evan Mills, Chris Camire, John Cail, and Mark Rustin will be on hand