Midnight Freemasons: Another Family Photo And An Invitation

Having too much fun at Grand Lodge!
Michael Shirley & Judy Gordon
We've got quite a little family of writers going here on the Midnight Freemasons, and we meet up every once in awhile in our travels.  And of late, when we do have that encounter, we like to get the "Midnight Freemasons" photo.  Michael Shirley sent me this one on Friday--he met up with Judy Gordon at the Grand Lodge of Illinois Annual Meeting in Springfield (IL).  And I'm told there was another "Midnight Freemason" there as well--I'm sure we'll see that photo soon as well...  Judy won't tell me who it is, but since there are only six of us so far, I have a good idea who it is.

This has been a fun project, and on behalf of all the Midnight Freemasons, I'd like to thank all of you that follow this blog.  We're just beginning, but the goal here was to create a group who could explore and talk about our fraternity from a lot of different points of view.  I think before long, our little group is going to grow again.  It's even been suggested that it might be fun for all of us to get together at some point--we'll see if that happens. 

What I wanted to remind our readers of, is that while we have six regular contributors, this blog is open to guest contributors.  If you have something to say, or something to share about our Fraternity, I invite you to do so.  We have six regular contributors (so far), but quite a stable of guest contributors as well, which include W.B. Steve Harrison from the Great State of Missouri (and editor of the Missouri Freemason Magazine), Bro. Cory Sigler of New Hampshire (and editor of The Working Tools Masonic Magazine), and to add an international element to the blog, Steve McBeth of Canada, who joined us first as an Entered Apprentice, now a Fellowcraft, and within the next couple weeks will be raised a Master Mason--and there have been a few others as well.  But we're always looking for a new perspective, and as Judy Gordon could attest, this isn't a "boys only" club.  Would really like to hear more from Eastern Star, Amaranth, Job's Daughters, Rainbow Girls, White Shrine, etc.  So if you have an idea, please contact me.

Sincerely and Fraternally,

Todd E. Creason

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