The Masonic Association
of Frontenac District

What do Masons do?

Masonry is first and foremost a fraternity rather than a service organization, social club or
benevolent society. However,charity in the form of helping other people, is considered
to be a cornerstone of the fraternity.

Community Involvement:

Masons are encouraged to be actively involved in their communities. Some of the community
outreach programs that Masons are actively involved with are listed below:

The Masonic Foundation of Ontario, a public charity registered with the Canada Revenue
Agency, supports hearing research, a bursary program for university and college students,
autism services, prostate cancer research and alcohol and drug awareness programs in elementary and high schools.

The Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario sponsors the MasoniCh.I.P. child identification program. And we’re not above bleeding for a cause—every year, Ontario Masons support the Canadian Blood Services donor program with approximately 35,000 donations.

Shriners operate the largest network of hospitals in North America providing free care for burned and orthopaedically impaired children. The Scottish Rite Masons maintain a network of some 150 childhood language disorder clinics, centres and programs.

Individual districts support their own charitable projects.

District Deputy Grand Master – R.W. Bernie MacLean
District Secretary - W. Bro. J. Paul Thompson

 

President – W. Bro. Ian Troyer
Vice President – W. Bro. David Wright

Secretary Treasurer – R.W. Bro. Jeff Gatcke

Secretaries’ Association Chair - W. Bro. Bill Lewis
 

Management Committee Members:
R.
W. Bro. Bernie MacLean

W. Bro. J. Paul Thompson

R. W. Bro. Serge Landry

V. W. Bro. Scott Bates

R.W. Bro. Jeff Gatcke 

W. Bro. Ian Troyer

W. Bro. David Wright

W .Bro. Dale LaFreniere

W .Bro. Wally Revell

W .Bro. Bill Lewis

Bro. Chris MacKey

Bro. Larry Steele

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