Friday, January 19, 2007

LPWW Regular and Installation Meetings

Lodge Secretary invites all Freemasons to the annual installation and regular meeting of Lodge Pattaya West Winds (SC) on 27th January. Please contact Bro Secretary for details.


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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Welcome Siam Military Lodge

Brethren all,

I'd like to welcome the Siam Military Lodge #30 (MWPHGL of Delaware) to the Thai Freemason web site. Siam Military is the kingdom's only Prince Hall Grand Lodge.

We've added them to the site and we'll post their events here on the blog. In the meantime if you need some information, please contact their lodge secretary.


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Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Phuket S&C Club

It's that time again. The Phuket Square and Compass Club will hold their monthly meeting on Saturday, 20th January. The menu looks delicious as always and includes something that sounds like "Angry Curry." That's got to be good.

Contact the lodge secretary for details.

Jim...



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Friday, January 5, 2007

Update on Star in the East

OK, if you haven't registered to attend the upcoming, soon to be legendary consecration for Star in the East (GLNF) then you MAY be too late. Hurry up and send your registration to site1600@mac.com as soon as possible.

If you're not registered, YOU CAN NOT ATTEND!

Hopefully that got through.

Jim...




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Monday, January 1, 2007

Bangkok Bombings


Possibly eight bombs were detonated in public places prior to the New Years Celebrations in Bangkok. At least 2 killed and as many as 30 injured. No party has yet claimed responsiblity.

Bombs exploded at Khao San Road, the Central World shopping center, and Pratunam Pier. Khao San road is a backpacker hang out with a large concentration of foreigners. Central World is where the city's largest celebration is normally held. All official celebrations were cancelled.

Another bomb was found and desposed of at Lumpini Night Bazaar.

Latest information available at the Bangkok Post, the Nation and here. Image courtesy of Nation Multimedia.


Jim...




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