Camden Haven Historical Society Museum benefits from The Freemasons Lodge of Laurieton

Contribution: The Freemasons Lodge of Laurieton secretary Walter Schelleuberg hands over the $250 cheque to the Camden Haven Historical Society’s president Phillip Bowman in the museum.

Contribution: The Freemasons Lodge of Laurieton secretary Walter Schelleuberg hands over the $250 cheque to the Camden Haven Historical Society’s president Phillip Bowman in the museum.

The Camden Haven Historical Society Museum will be able to publish and reprint local history publications due to a donation received from The Freemasons Lodge of Laurieton. 

The Freemasons Lodge of Laurieton has had an excellent year of fundraising, such that they had sufficient funds to be able to make some small donations to local causes.

The Lodge has recently made a major donation to the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children. 

The museum which is run by the Camden Haven Historical Society received $250.

The society’s president Phillip Bowman thanked the Freemasons Lodge of Laurieton for the donation. 

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