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Freemasonry organises lunch for NGO inmates

Freemasonry organises lunch for NGO inmates
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A lunch was organised by the Lodge Keys No. 297, a primary unit of Freemasonry, for 40 girls and boys from Cherish Foundation at Goshamahal Baradari...

Hyderabad: A lunch was organised by the Lodge Keys No. 297, a primary unit of Freemasonry, for 40 girls and boys from Cherish Foundation at Goshamahal Baradari Masonic building on the eve of the silver jubilee celebrations of Lodge Keys No 297. A lodge is a branch. Freemasonry came to India in 1730.

It was an initiative to forge bonds and bring smiles, said G Ashok Kumar, Worshipful Master of Lodge Keys. The lunch was organised at the over 300-year-old Goshamahal Baradari Masonic building which is one of the oldest meeting places for Freemasons in the country. Vashanth a boy spent Rs 350 out of Rs 650 from his piggy bank on chocolates for orphans.

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