It was a sad day yesterday for brethren at Duncan Lodge No. 234 in the south Georgia town of Nashville, as they watched their lodge building burn, WALB-TV reported.
The attic and second floor is a total loss with severe smoke and water damage to the first floor. The cause is still unknown, but the fire is believed to have started in a faulty heating and air conditioning system.
The brethren say they will meet in the building of Lakeland Lodge No. 434, about 20 miles from Nashville, in this rural area of Georgia.
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