Manassas helps Child ID

Posted in Blog on November 18th, 2017 by Webmaster

On October 7, 2017, Manassas Assembly helped out the Masons and the sheriff’s department with their Child ID booth.  Zoey W. organized our part of the event.  We were to sign up in two hour shifts and I was on the 11am to 1pm shift.  While I was there, I also saw Joella, Ashley, MacKenzie, Zoey W., M’Balu, Batu, Delanie, Gigi, Alyssa, Katie, Sami, and Maribel, but since I didn’t work the early morning shift I didn’t get to see everyone that was there.  Unfortunately, I got sick from the lunch I had while working and was unable to work the Spaghetti Dinner that was later that afternoon and into the evening, but I did come get the food and it was delicious! 

In Rainbow Love and Service,

Isabella C.

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Manassas Served Royal Arch Dinner

Posted in Blog on October 30th, 2017 by Webmaster

On September 14, 2017, we held the Royal Arch dinner.  Mom Louisa made the dinner and the girls who worked it were:  Alyssa, Akshita, and me.  We had lasagna, salad, rolls, birthday cake, and apple pie.  The Royal Arch members celebrated Dad Clancy’s birthday and their Installation that evening.  Each girl working the dinner made $20 for their Assembly banks.

In Rainbow Love and Service,

Isabella C.

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Zombies in Hampton!

Posted in Blog on February 24th, 2017 by Webmaster

Hampton Assembly was honored with the opportunity to preform for the Grand Court of Amaranth at their reception. We did a play about how cell phones turned people into zombies and an electronic toothbrush was the solution to ending the horrible epidemic! The ladies and men there laughed and smiled out our outrageous performance. We definitely brought some life into that crowd and had a prospect to help! Tidewater DeMolay also performed a baseball skit and a dance in blow up suits. It was a fun night with laughs and friendship.

With Rainbow love and service,
Lauren Ann

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Serving Dinner at Hampton’s Masonic Installation

Posted in Blog on December 11th, 2016 by Webmaster

On December 6th, Hampton Assembly went to serve dinner at Dad Joe’s installation. Mom Beth made Filipino food and it was soooooooo good! We also surprised Dad Joe by getting a cake and singing Happy Birthday to him since his birthday was the next day. After that, we continued with the surprises and told him we were going to talk about a fundraiser before the closed Installation started. Instead we had a little performance to give him a mascot. We gave him a Phoenix and Kensley talked a little about what it meant in different cultures. It was a wonderful time and I’m always so proud to help our Masons out.

With Rainbow Love and Service,
Lauren Ann

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