Are you looking for ways to make your lodge more visible to your community?
W. Bro. Stanley J. Bransgrove of Mill Valley Lodge No. 356 wrote an article back in 2001, telling how he and his local brethren put their lodge, which had stood "invisible" for a hundred years right downtown across from city hall, back into the town's collective consciousness.
From simple landscaping around the building to a newsletter to hosting non-Masonic guest speakers to establishing a weekly local TV presence, these guys put Freemasonry back on the map in Mill Valley, California.
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