Lodge Secretary – VW Bro Alaric Wood PGSuptWks, PDDGM
Phone: (09) 267-1338, Lodge: (09) 276-0574
The Lodge meets on the second Wednesday of March, May, September, October and December
Tyling is at 7:30pm
The Installation meeting is in October
Founded 26th May 1886. Membership 58.
Originally met at the Old Public Hall in the main street of Otahuhu. Then in premises own Lodge room in the main street of Otahuhu.
On the 24th of August 1968, a new building was dedicated at the above address. The present building is occupied also by Lodge Panmure 393 NZC in joint ownership administered by the Otahuhu Masonic Centre.
The Lodge of Harmony and the District Charitable Trust help the Foundation for the Blind
Letter received from:
Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind
To our sponsors: The Brethren of the Lodge of Harmony No. 2180 EC., with the support of the North Island English Masonic District Charitable Trust
Thank you for your sponsorship of titles for our audio collection. When we be gan the recording of these books we sent you a sample cassette to show you how the Library’s borrowers are made aware of your generosity. Now we are pleased to let you see how your sponsorship is recorded in our catalogue. Every three to six months we produce a publication called Sound and Touch which lists all the books recently added to our audio and braille collections. In due course we will produce a new volume of our comprehensive catalogue of talking books, Sound Reading, which will replace these updates but include the same annotations.
This is how your sponsorship appears in print in the June issue of Sound and Touch:
Youth by J.M. Coetzee . London: Secker & Warburg, 2002. In the 1950s a student in South Africa plots an escape from his native country, from the stifling love of his mother, from a father whose failures haunt him and from what he is sure is an impending revolution. However, arriving at last in London, he begins the dark pilgrimage of an outsider. Read by Paul Barrett on 1 cassette, 5:30 hours. RNZFB. Sponsored by the Brethren of The Lodge of Harmony No 2180 E.C., with the support of the North Island English Masonic District Charitable Trust. TB6937
The blood doctor by Barbara Vine . London: Viking, 2002. Lord Nanther embarks on a biography of his great-grandfather, the first Lord Nanther, physician extraordinary to Queen Victoria and an expert on blood diseases. What he uncovers begins to horrify him as he realises that Nanther died a guilty man, carrying a horrific secret to the grave. Read by Dominic Blaazer on 3 cassettes, 13:45 hours. RNZFB. Sponsored by the Brethren of the Lodge of Harmony No 2180 E.C., with the support of the North Island English Masonic District Charitable Trust. TB6939
Please accept our thanks once again; your generous sponsorship is very much appreciated.
Audio Production Coordinator