You may have gotten one of these in the mail. Not only this is a treat for me being that it is held at my favorite University (Fight on baby!) but it is also free to just about anyone for free. I highly recommend this as it will be an incredible educational experience.

//Wolfman


*** courtesy of Freemason.org ***

Submitted by:Laura Normand

The Ninth Annual California Masonic Symposium, “Applying Masonry in Contemporary Society,” will be held Saturday, May 2 at the University of California, Los Angeles. This year’s event is open to Masons and the public at no charge.

In lectures, papers, and panel discussions, the 2009 Symposium will examine how Masonic principles shaped the development of western democracies and where, in today’s deeply divided society, those principles may be more necessary than ever. The program includes talks by Henry Wilson Coil Lecturer
Dr. Margaret C. Jacob, Past Grand Secretary John L. Cooper III, and Past Grand Master R. Stephen Doan.

Masons, their families, and members of the public are encouraged to attend this free Symposium. Register now on freemason.org by clicking on the Symposium button (to the right of Current News), or by selecting Masonic Education from the Member Center pull-down menu.