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 Grand Master's Testimonial Ball

Honoring
Most Worshipful Tisan Rasool Dawud, Grand Master
                         Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge                             Free and Accepted Masons State of New Jersey

Friday April 6, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. * Old School Hip Hop Party
Saturday April 7, 2018 * Grand Master's Testimonial Ball
Both for the nominal donation of $90

Tickets

Grand Master's Ball 2018
C/O Adrian C. Desroe
41 Philip Pl. Flr 2
Irvington, New Jersey 07111

Phone 973-477-8218 Email njgmball2018@gmail.com
Br. Adrian C. Desroe - Chair

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Br. Melvin C. Taylor - Chair

Testimonial Ball General Chairman

Prince Hall Masonic Temple
188-190 Irvine Turner Boulevard
Phone 862-205-1335 Email alvin8ddgm@gmail.com

Br. Alvin Sylvester Moses - Chair


























The absolute requirements for becoming a Mason are:

  • Be a man, [Note: there are other branches of Masonry that accept both men and women, or women only];
  • You must be at least 21 years old;
  • You must be of good character and reputation. You'll have to provide evidence of living a positive life through references from at least one Mason and three other people;
  • Have belief in a Supreme Being (of any faith. No particular religion or faith is required or excluded. All are welcome.)

Also:

  • you should be someone who does, or wants to learn to, enjoy the company of other men from all different social classes, faiths, backgrounds, races, countries, etc. Masonry is universal in its ideals.
  • if you are a family man, Masonry considers that your family obligations come FIRST, so you must be sure that:
    • you have the time to participate (usually two or three evenings/month at first for meetings and instruction, and then at least one evening per month for meetings from then on -- often more if you get involved in lodge activities.)
    • you can afford the initiation fees and the annual dues without hardship to yourself or your family.
  • you should be coming to Masonry "of your own free will and accord", to learn to improve yourself and to enjoy the company of other good people, not because someone keeps pestering you to join or because you think it will help you "get ahead" in business.

To join, all you have to do is ask a Mason:

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