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“The ages of membership is 16 to 200,” laughingly says Dennis Inman, Lodge Chaplain.
Multi-generational, grandchildren, parents and grandparents actively participate in lodge activities and philanthropy.
Many charitable and good works for the community are carried forth from this hall.
One could suppose that it would be rather odd that a group of people in 17th century England would be concerned about the welfare of others, given that for the majority of people in that time period life was hard.
While there are no religious affiliations, you must believe in a supreme being, the creator and preserver of the universe.
Most if not all fraternal organizations were established with a major goal of relief of the distressed, applicable then and now.The relief could be monetary, emotional, basic necessities or care of the sick, orphaned or widowed.The care of the distressed in the 19th century and into the 20th century was often a life-threatening situation for the caregiver due to lack of medical knowledge and facilities.Baskets of food or offerings dependent on need, anonymously given from very likely ones own table or livelihood.Much like rural America or city neighborhoods today, people helping other people in quiet, unobtrusive ways.