How many Masons does it take to screw in a light bulb?

I am an 86-year-old widow of a Master Mason and while I was at the Masonic Lodge, I happen to mention that I have a bout five burnt out light bulbs in my house and that my son lives in Portland. One of the men overheard and immediately volunteered to replace the bulbs. He not only came to my house but also stopped at the store and bought the bulbs on the way.

This action is not uncommon for these men, but I seldom see a public thank you in print, so here it is.

Thank you very much Masons.

Sally Smith

Gearhart

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