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Family Life - Six Flags
June 03, 2014 to August 22, 2014
The Family Life Committee is sponsoring a trip to Six Flags New England on August 23rd!
Currently, Six Flags New England charges $60 for just park admission. For nearly half that price, you, your family, and friends, can all go to Six Flags New England. For an astoundingly low price of $33 per person, each ticket will include free parking, park admission, and a fully catered, all you can eat lunch. Also, any child under 21 years of age will receive a special Scottish Rite gift.
Six Flags New England is home to the newly opened New England Skyscreamer which is the tallest swing ride in the world; lifting you up over 400 feet in the air, swinging you around at 35 miles per hour and providing stomach-churning spins along with breathtaking views.
If you have any questions, please contact the Family Life Chairman via email.
20th Annual Teddy Bear Classic
June 04, 2014 to July 27, 2014
The 20th Annual Teddy Bear Classic to support the J. Philip Berquist Children’s Dyslexia Center for Greater Boston will be held on Monday, July 28th at the Sandy Burr Country Club in Wayland, MA.
The day will start promptly at 10:30 am for a “shot-gun start." The tournament is open to anyone 18 years or older. There is a $125 player fee which covers the green fee, a golf cart, buffet dinner, auction, and prizes. The Masons and their guests will set out to achieve a low score, with the potential for at least one “hole-in-one”, the longest-drive, the closest-to-the-pin and those gentle reminders that “we are a fraternity, not a business,” and that “this is a fundraiser, not a trophy game.” The tournament has established a tradition of fraternal fun, friendships and good sportsmanship; all aimed at supporting the cause of teaching children coping skills to overcome the disorder of Dyslexia.
Over the years the tournament has moved around to several golf venues, but the “Teddy Bear” maintains its tradition of community support for a valuable resource for children in the Greater Boston area. The Teddy Bear Classic Annual Golf Tournament has raised close to $150,000 for the support of the Learning Center. You can support by submitting an ad book sponsorship or tournament sponsorship.
The day will be limited to 144 golfers, so register today!
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