Worshipful Master Ernie Day searched long and hard for ways to tell the community about Union Star Lodge #320 when it suddenly dawned on him. For decades, the Lodge had offered its Temple’s balcony space to community organizations to promote themselves and their events. Wasn’t it time for Union Star Lodge #320 to do the same?
He did some asking around and located a printer who could make all-weather banners, which was a good thing. Member of the Lodge put this banner up one dark evening during a torrential downpour.
We’re happy to report our local newspaper picked up our banner story (well, not the part about the torrential downpour) so even more people could see it. The digital edition just and look what we saw when we turned to page 5!
The picture to the left is a copy of that story. Here’s what the caption reads:
Drivers going through the four corners of Honeoye Falls may have noticed this new banner on the Masonic Temple. Union Star Lodge #320 Master Ernie Day is seen here posing behind the message he wants everyone to see. “Our Lodge here in Honeoye Falls has a long tradition of supporting our community and we’re very proud of the men who have been and continue to be a part of this tradition,” says Day. “Are you interested in discovering more about how we do this? Go to our website at https://unionstarmasons.com/ Photo by John Dudley