Centennial Celebration

Over 100 Years in the Kingdom

In March 2011, Lodge St. John celebrated their Centennial and held the Rededication of their Masonic Hall on Friday the 4th of March which was presided over by the R.W.I.P. District Grand Master, Bro. Neoh Ho Keat & Grand and District Grand Office Bearers Past and Present.

The Centennial Installation took place at the Rembrandt Hotel on Saturday the 5th of March and the Installing Master was the Depute District Grand Master, Bro. Dunstan Fernandez, assisted by Grand & District Grand Office Bearers Past and Present.

A Centennial Banquet followed where more than 100 Masons and their guests attended.

Centennial Announcement

Robert Burns' Poem

Then let us pray that come it may,

As come it will for a' that,

That sense and worth, o'er a' the Earth,

May bear the gree, and a' that,

For a' that, and a' that,

It's coming yet, for a' that,

That man to man, the World o'er,

Shall brothers be, for a' that.

Robert Burns, Scotland’s National Poet (and a Mason), 1759-1796

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About Our Lodge

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Centennial Celebration

Commemorating the event which marked 100 years of Freemasonry in the Kingdom.

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