Provides tools to help parents equip law enforcement to find and identify lost or missing children
Parents and their children ages 18 and younger are invited to participate in a comprehensive Child Identification Program on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 9 am to 3 pm at the Norwood Masonic Building, 76 Day St., Norwood. The program is hosted by Orient Lodge of Norwood in cooperation with the Sixth Masonic District.
Your child will have a brief videotape interview, will be fingerprinted, will have a Toothprint® impression and cheek swab. We keep NOTHING - ALL materials are given to parents for safekeeping; no copies are kept on file. The program is free to all. It’s peace of mind that is well worth your time. No appointment is necessary.
Since 1988 the Masonic Youth Child Identification Program, or MyCHIP, has provided resources to the families of more than 300,000 children. Learn more at www.mychip.org.
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For more information, contact:
Gary Cullaz, Orient Lodge
On Saturday, September 9th, 2017 Orient Lodge of Freemasons held their 156th installation of officers. The night was filled with friendship, family and brotherly love. The installing suite was a great group of Mason's who made the ceremony unbelievably enjoyable. The newly installed Master of Orient Lodge, Wor. Gary Cullaz is a great man who is dedicated to preserving the tradition of our lodge while creating new ones. As the newest “Past Master” I’m excited to experience the '17-18 Masonic year and all it has to offer. I’m confident the charter I handed the new Master will be preserved and honored today and tomorrow. Worshipful Cullaz and his great line of officers are motivated, talented and eager to carry the lodge to new heights. Thank you brethren for the opportunity to serve as Master of Orient Lodge. I’m honored to have been given the challenge and to have helped inch our way closer to greatness.
Wor. Rob Disario
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