Jamie Sanchez 32° KSA

Nov 092015

Wreaths Across America

1471918_10151751903272610_643321296_nBy early 2007, with so many requests for cemetery wreaths, the Worcesters reached out to the community and the nonprofit group Wreaths Across America™ was formed.   Mr. Worcester doubled his yearly pledge to Arlington to 10,000 wreaths and continued his tradition of sending 2,500 to the Maine Veterans Cemetery along with providing wreaths for the veteran’s graves in the local communities of the small county he grew up in. Again in 2010 Ceremonial wreaths for each branch of the military were sent to all of the participating State and National cemeteries along with many local town cemeteries and monuments. Wreaths will also be provided for 24 offshore cemeteries, including Normandy Beach and a large Veteran’s commemorative wreath will be sent to each state’s State House for the ceremony on the Monday prior to the WAA Saturday event.

Inspired by his commitment Wreaths Across America™ has turned its attention to answering the requests of many to emulate the Arlington project at their State veteran’s cemeteries. By offering sponsorships to the public, Wreaths Across America™ hopes that one day every veteran’s resting place will be adorned with a wreath. We need your help to make this a reality.

Your wreath sponsorship places a wreath on a Veteran’s grave and helps to fund Veteran and educational outreach.

State House Ceremony December 7, 2015 12 Noon EST

National Remembrance Ceremony:

DECEMBER 12, 2015


Oct 252015

William G Hill 218  will be volunteering for the Stop Hunger Now event to help fill bags to be shipped to people in need.

Event Date: Saturday, November 14, 2015

TIME: 9AM – 10AM – set up
            10AM – 12 (Noon) 1st shift
             12:30PM – 2:30PM – 2nd shift
             2:30PM – 3:30PM – clean up

LOCATION: Triangle Presbyterian Church
                      5001 Tudor Place
                      Durham, NC 27713

Masonic Contact: Roy Guerrette
                                 207-939-8697 cell

Please contact Bro. Roy about participating.

Jun 012015

Hey Brothers,

We’re meeting at Natty Greene’s (505 West Jones Street) at 6:30 tonight for a Finance committee meeting and 7:30 for the general Masons on the Town. Free parking is available in the deck behind the restaurant.
I look forward to seeing you guys there tonight!
Apr 012015

The DeMolay chapter of Raleigh, NC. will be hosting an All you can eat Pancake and Egg Breakfast event. The event will be hosted at the Raleigh Masonic Temple from 8:00-11:00 AM on Saturday, April 18, 2015.

The Cost for adults will be seven dollars and for children four dollars. Please come out and support this event and meet the young leaders of our community.


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