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30 May 2016 - 4:43pm
On the 12th May 2016 MWBro. Lindsay Bowes, AM, PGM and recipient of the 3rd Bar to his 50 year Jewel, had pleasure in presenting a 50 Year veteran’s Jewel to VWBro. Ian Greig, P.G.Supt.Wks., Past  Chairman of the Freemasons Hall Management Committee and Retired Consulting Engineer. Their combined service to Freemasonry spans a remarkable 115 years.
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30 May 2016 - 12:30pm
  On the 9th of May 2016, the Committee members of this year's 11th Annual Show and Shine Motorcycle Ride for Men's Health presented a cheque to the Freemasons Foundation at the regular meeting of Witton Lodge.  
26 May 2016 - 10:44am
Alexander Douglas Pinyon was initiated into Renmark Lodge No. 55 on 14th February 2016.  This initiation was momentous, because he was the fourth generation of the Pinyon family to join Renmark Lodge, thus making this initiation a history-making one.  
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25 May 2016 - 5:10pm
Ladies, Gentlemen, Brethren and Companions,   I would like to acknowledge the Kaurna people the traditional Landholders of this area.   I know that you would want to join with me and congratulate all of the Grand Officers whom I have invested or installed here today and those that have recently been given honours by the immediate past First Grand Principal.  
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20 May 2016 - 2:47pm
A Ceremony of Remembrance to honour the memory of Bro. William Edwin (Ted) Roughton was held at Thorngate Lodge No. 118 on Monday 4th April 2016. The Eulogy was delivered by VWBro. Robert J. Hughes, Worshipful Master.  
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20 May 2016 - 1:13pm
Salisbury Mark Lodge No. 52 Twinned with Wallaroo-Barunga Mark Lodge No. 28 on the 18th April 2000 at a Ceremony held at the Para Districts Masonic Centre. That relationship lasted until 2011 when sadly, Wallaroo-Barunga Mark surrendered their Warrant. Wallaroo-Barunga Mark No. 28 later incorporated with Moonta Mark Lodge No.
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20 May 2016 - 12:09pm
 The Corinthian Lodge No. 34, which meets at Goolwa, celebrated the ''1 year milestone’’ in its Project to assist Sailability at the GRYC at Goolwa.  With assistance from The Freemasons Foundation in two Projects, the ‘''Flying Pelican’’ Logo of the Lodge has been flying high on the waters of the Goolwa Lakes.  
17 May 2016 - 12:58pm
At the March 2016 meeting of Lodge of Fortitude No. 94, twenty eight persons enjoyed RWBro. Cliff Olds give a talk about his time in the Railways from his early days as a Fireman, progressing onto a Station Master, and then on to Train Control.  
16 May 2016 - 10:46am
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10 May 2016 - 10:20am
Tours of Grand Lodge building were held on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th May 2016 as part of the History Festival which saw some 200 plus people visiting the Freemasons Hall.   A big thank you to Murray Olsson, Curator of the Museum, and those members who gave up their personal time to be part of sharing the history of Grand Lodge to the public.   The weekend was a great success which would not have been possible without the help of the volunteers conducting the tours.    
9 May 2016 - 2:06pm
Dear Brethren,     This year, there will be two Grand Installations that my wife Jenny and I are planning to attend and I extend an invitation to you all to consider attending as part of our SA/NT Delegation.     My invitation extends to every brother of every Craft degree.      This means that if you are an Entered Apprentice or Fellowcraft, you (and your partner) will feel very much included.    
9 May 2016 - 9:53am
On Saturday 30th May 2016,  the Edwardstown Lodge held its Dick Pillar Memorial Tool Sale.   The Tool Sale was a great success for the Lodge with a group of Brethren once again banding together for this important fund raising event to sell the tools collected throughout the year.  
6 May 2016 - 3:22pm
On the 24th of April 2016, the Men in Black held their 11th Annual Freemasons Show and Shine.   This event was a huge success with many motorcyclists in attendance, packing the car park at the rear of the Burnside Town Hall, where coffee and egg and bacon sandwiches were served. At 10:00 a.m. about 130 riders left Burnside Town Hall and made their way via the Southern Expressway to Kangarilla for a half hour stop at the Kangarilla Football Club.