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Archive for September, 2014

HL Mencken returns

Encouraged by publisher Blanche Knopf, he completed a book and "Happy Days" — in which the great curmudgeon looked back warmly upon his early years — was published in 1940. The response was so positive that he wrote two more memoirs, the last …

County Farm Bureau highlights feats

Larry Crittenden, board vice president, received a certificate in recognition of his service to CCFB and for his work in getting sponsors for the CCFB's project to have books about agriculture placed in local elementary schools, pre-schools and libraries.

Torahs make historic trek for spiritual dedication of Temple Israel's new home

The ritual of carrying the Torah — the five books of Moses that are the fundamental teachings of Judaism — happens perhaps only once in a generation of worshippers, when a sanctuary closes or relocates. It is modeled after the journey that the Jewish

Tibbits to be honored by historic preservation group

“But many times, we have traveled to other parts of the state to enjoy the Union Station in Durand, the Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor, or the Masonic Temple in Ypsilanti. This year, we're delighted … “It includes strolling dinner fare and

Sept. 30: Toast tournament, The Pixies and more

Recovery and more: Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson discuss their new book, "Gratitude & Trust," which applies addiction-recovery methods to people who aren't addicts but are looking for help with trauma and pain. [7 p.m., Book Passage, 1 Ferry


Masonic Accounting Software. There are quite a few Masonic accounting software programs available on the market on which to keep the books for the lodge. Like all software, some are easier to use out-of-the-box than others. Without trying a …


The Working Tools of an Entered Apprentice Mason. The Entered Apprentice should always be ready to use his (symbolic) tools. Freemasonry is not only for the lodge room but as a primer (a book of basic rules) as to how best to live your life.

Morals & Dogma – Ancient & Accepted Rite Freemasonry 1969 – Signed by 1970 class

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Church fairs, suppers, bazaars

Baked goods, cookie corner, kitchen items, entertainment, crafts, children's room, vendors selling jewelry, books, knitted goods, retail gift cards, Oldtown Treasures, Elsie's Famous French dressing. Original …. Bates Masonic Lodge, 71 North Main St