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Copyright 2008 NY 
, GLNY F & AM 
All rights reserved 
Permission to reprint articles contained herein with credit to 
is granted.
Published electronically by The Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of the State of New York 
Volume 3 Issue 1
 Message fromthe
Grand East 
 In this Issue
Message from the Grand EastTable of ContentsCorrectionsFrom the EditorNavigating NETNEWSGrand MasterDeputy Grand MasterSenior Grand WardenJunior Grand WardenGrand TreasurerGrand SecretaryElected Grand LadiesAppointed Grand LadiesMMRL GalaMMRL 50
AnniversaryMasonic BrotherhoodMSATGlad TidingsiDCSickness & DistressA Masonic PoemFellowship CommitteeFishingParadesHorseshoesGolfingMasonic Care CommunityYouthCamp TurkMasonic Medical ResearchLaboratoryFrom Whose Bourne…Around The StateIn the NEWSLodge Services - Grand LodgeForms
To the Brethren of the Masonic Fraternity in New York, our families and friendsMemorial Day 2008 and our nation is still at war and tens of thousands of ouryoung men and women continue to serve our nation away from home and theirloved ones. Many of them are Brother Masons or the sons and daughters orrelatives of ours.I ask you to please pause in your activities on this day of remembrance and givethanks to the Great Architect for our myriad blessings, our independence and thefreedoms we enjoy that were earned through the sacrifice of so many millions of our veterans past and present.Honor them by remembering. Honor them by flying your American flag at half mast. Honor them with a poppy in your lapel or by wearing your veterans cap …or whatever is appropriate.Many of you have heard me repeat so often the inspiring words of our BrotherIrving Berlin, who composed GOD BLESS AMERICA. Together we have sungthis anthem in our Lodge rooms and at countless gatherings. Sometime duringthis Memorial Day weekend, gather your family together and give thanks andhomage to our veterans by joining together to sing this fitting anthem.God Bless AmericaWords and music by Irving Berlin© Copyright 1938, 1939 by Irving Berlin © Copyright Renewed 1965, 1966 byIrving Berlin© Copyright Assigned to the Trustees of the God Bless America FundInternational Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission
Message from the Grand East continued on next page
Message from the Grand East continued
God Bless America,Land that I love.Stand beside her, and guide herThru the night with a light from above.From the mountains, to the prairies,To the oceans, white with foamGod bless America, My home sweet home.On behalf of Helen and myself, our Deputy Grand Master RW Vincent Libone andVirginia, and our entire elected and appointed Grand Line, I pray that you and yourfamilies enjoy a safe and peaceful Memorial Day. May God continue to watch overour military, our wounded military past and present, and all of our veterans. May Hecontinue to look kindly upon us and those we love, and be gracious to us all. GodBless America, our fraternity, and God bless you and yours.With warmest fraternal regards,Edward G. GilbertGRAND MASTERPhoto of Arlington National Cemetery
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Table of Contents
Message from the Grand East 1 Table of Contents 3Corrections 4From the Editor 5Navigating NETNEWS 6Grand Master 7Deputy Grand Master 10Senior Grand Warden 11 Junior Grand Warden 12Grand Treasurer 13Grand Secretary 14Elected Grand Ladies 14 Appointed Grand Ladies 15MMRL Gala at the American Museum of Natural History 15MMRL 50
Anniversary Celebration Divs with Heart 17MMRL 50
Anniversary Celebration Public Relations 20Masonic Brotherhood A Poem by Bro. Rudyard Kipling 21MSAT 22Glad Tidings 23iDC 24Sickness & Distress 25 A Masonic Poem 25Fellowship CommitteeFishing 26Parades 28Horseshoes 29Golf 30Masonic Care Community 31 Youth 32

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