In November 2022, the Freemasons marked their grand return to the Myall Coast area with the establishment of Lodge Myall 1058, following a period of absence. To celebrate this return and foster community engagement, an Open Day is scheduled at the Tea Gardens Masonic Centre on 7 October, from 9 am to 2 pm. This event signifies a revival, echoing the contributions of the erstwhile Lodge Port Stephens 552, which was a cornerstone in the community before its closure.
The upcoming Open Day serves as a platform for community members to reacquaint themselves with the Masons. It’s an opportunity to learn about their ongoing and future charitable and community endeavors. The re-establishment of Lodge Myall as a ‘daylight’ lodge is particularly tailored to cater to the older retirees in the Myall region, offering them a chance to reengage with community activities and the esteemed traditions of the Masons.
Questions or Insights
- Rekindling Community Ties: How will the re-establishment of Lodge Myall influence the social and cultural dynamics of the Myall Coast area?
- Charitable Endeavors: What specific community and charitable activities are the Freemasons planning to undertake to mark their return?
- Engaging the Elderly: How does the ‘daylight’ lodge concept cater specifically to the needs and preferences of older retirees in the region?