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- Mossbank Masonic Lodge #129
- Mossbank (Sask.)
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The province of Saskatchewan received its first Masonic charter from the Grand Lodge in Canada in 1879. It wasn’t until August 3, 1906 that a grand lodge was created for the province in Regina.
During the Second World War, the Mossbank Masonic Lodge #29 was host to the “Hostess Club” which was set up for training pilots from the nearby RCAF base.
The lodge was amalgamated with the St. John’s Lodge #106, Assiniboia in 2006.
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Accession 36.2017 was donated to the archives by Roy Tollefson on October 13, 2005.
Accession 37.2017 was donated to the archives by Roy Tollefson on October 18, 2005.
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