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Spreading Relief

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When the COVID-19 crisis erupted, the Masons of California found new ways to pull together and live up to their obligation to provide relief.


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California Masons have banded together in crisis before—perhaps never more so than in the wake of the megafires of 2017 and 2018; At a firefighters’ lodge in Maryland, members are driven to serve in more ways than one

Quarantine, Disease, and Masonic Relief—170 Years Ago

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During the Sacramento Cholera Outbreak of 1850, Masons took the reins of a public health emergency.

The Help Line

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Recounting Masonic Outreach Service’s all-hands-on-deck approach during the 2018 wildfires.

The Getaway Gang

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How a group of scooter-loving Masons found fellowship on two wheels

Lodge Profile: The Borderland Lodge

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At Imperial Valley Lodge No. 390, Masons are making valuable community connections on both sides of the border; and tracking Masonic first pitch misfires in anticipation of another Masons4Mitts season.

Donor Profile: David Coss

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The Paso Robles fire prevention specialist and CalFire firefighter on battling wildfires and a global pandemic—at the same time.

The Fix-It Crew

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The Masonic Emergency Response Team training program equips volunteers with protocols for managing a disaster.

Juuust a Bit Outside

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Tracking Masonic first pitch misfires in anticipation of another Masons4Mitts season.

Fighting Back

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Grand Master John Trauner on how Masons can—and must—aid those in need.

Little Treasures

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A woodworking hobbyist turns his sights on the Masonic lodge


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