Brethren,

Your Attention Please!!!

In keeping with our Grand Master’s 2010-2011 “By Your Side” project, Eel River Empire Lodge will be presenting a special program hosted by our Treasurer, Phil Grunert PM and our Junior Warden, Lee Hopkins, who are both cancer survivors.

Every year, more than 500,000 people die from cancer in the U.S and it is said that everyone has some form of cancer approximately four times in their life….so why not possibly you? Come and find out.

This project aims to raise awareness about oncology and especially the oncology nurse. Come to the program and find out how little effort is required by you to perhaps save yourself or a loved one from cancer in the future.

The program will be presented at our next stated meeting, June 11, 2011, beginning at 5:30 PM and will be followed by dinner at 7:30 PM. This is an open invitation to all Masonic affiliated persons and their guests. Please come, listen and ask questions from the several who have been diagnosed, treated and survived.

The dinner will be prepared by Shirley and Lee Hopkins. I have enjoyed Shirley’s cooking and can attest that you don’t want to miss it.

Because of the preparations required to cook the dinner it is requested that you RSVP prior to June 6, 2011 to: Rich Sweet (764-3626), Lee Hopkins (768-1938) or Phil Grunert (725-3637).

Masons At The Ballpark

Keep in mind the group picture to be taken at Newburg Park in Fortuna on May 21, 2011 at 10:30 AM. All Masons, their families and prospective members are invited to attend. After the pictures, stick around and watch the game.

Fraternally,

Rich Sweet, Secretary

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