Members of the Summerland Masonic Lodge presented funding to the Agur Lake Camp Society for a swing arm shower curtain for one of the camp cabins. From left are Rod Henderson of the Summerland lodge

Masonic Lodge assists camp society

Members of the Summerland Masonic Lodge presented funding to the Agur Lake Camp Society for a swing arm shower curtain.

Members of the Summerland Masonic Lodge presented funding to the Agur Lake Camp Society for a swing arm shower curtain for one of the camp cabins. From left are Rod Henderson of the Summerland lodge, Barbara Robson of Agur Lake Camp Society, District Deputy Grand Master Fern Daigneault and Orv Robson of the Summerland lodge.

 

 

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