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Anti-HPV Vaccination for GLP Staff(0)

Charity begins at home. With this in mind, the brethren of Frank Reed Horton Memorial Lodge No. 379 led by Worshipful Master Gene Illenberger conducted an Anti-Cervical Cancer Vaccination for the GLP Lady Staff and their daughters. Showing concern to those that daily service our Grand lodge is the aim we have in view with this charity project.

Frank Reed Horton Memorial Lodge Projects for June 2011(0)

On June 17, 2011, the Brethren of Frank Reed Horton Memorial Lodge No. 379 led by its Worshipful Master, WB Robert “Mr. Charity” Sing went to Minalin, Pampanga for its “Sapin sa Paa Project” for 152 school children of Bulac Elementary School. On July 2, 2011, the Brethren of Frank Reed Horton Memorial Lodge No. 379, on the occasion of the birthday of Bro. SW Kristoffer G. B. Llacuna, conducted an Outreach Program at the Golden Acres Haven for the Elderly at Brgy. Pag-Asa, Quezon City.

Mr. Charity and Frank Reed Horton Memorial Lodge No. 379 donate wheelchairs(0)

Thru the recommendation of Very Worshipful Alex Madamba, the lodge and Mr. Charity WM-Elect Robert Sing Donated a couple of wheelchairs to our less fortunate brothers and Sisters this December 2010.

Horton 379 and Bamboo Shriners Joint Gift Giving Project(0)

The Philippine Orthopedic Center is a government medical facility under the Department of Health which is tasked to provide health care delivery to patients afflicted with musculoskeletal disorder and related conditions. The Brethren of Frank Reed Horton Memorial Lodge #379 and the Mabuhay Shriners of Bamboo Oasis took time off from their hectic holiday season schedule to distribute Merienda, food items, Fruits and toys to 70 childrens currently lodged at the said facility.

Sunshine Committee visits Bro. Jason Mamenta(1)

The Frank Reed Horton Memorial Lodge #379 Sunshine Committee took time out to visit distressed Bro. Jason Mamenta who was admitted to Chinese General Hospital in La Loma, Manila due to complications from his recent slip disk operation. The brethren who arrived in good cheer enlivened the brother’s evening with jokes and merriment in the belief that “laughter is the best medicine.”