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June 19, 2011


Rod Rego

HI Paul,

Thanks for the link. I watched the piping in, and address to, the haggis. It looked remarkably similar to what we do on Scottish Night. I hope to visit some day from across The Pond. Cheers, Rod.


That would be great Rod. Has Christophe taken his Third yet?

Rod Rego

HI Paul,

Unfortunately we have been so busy with so many new Degrees that Christophe's 3rd got rescheduled and then he moved out to the country, so we will have to see when he can do it again.




I didn't know he'd moved. I must email him. Whereabouts is 'the country'?

Mark Dole

Hi Paul,
Congrats to you and the new crew at Yeronga , Please pass on my fraternal greetings to the Wpl Master and brethren next time you are in there fine company.Looking forward to catching up with you all in October for Bro Dole and Bro Jellicics 3rd degree.
Mark Dole
WM Col Light 73
Sa & NT


Thanks Mark. Look forward to seeing you in October.

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About Yeronga Lodge

  • Yeronga Lodge was the name adopted by the Brethren of Lodge St George in 1921. It is a Masonic Lodge based in Brisbane Australia and is numbered 246 on the roll of the United Grand Lodge of Queensland.It was originally consecrated Lodge St George No 1152 SC in 1915. In 1920 St George joined the Queensland Grand Lodge as No 180. The Lodge changed its name to Yeronga and number to 246 when the United Grand Lodge of Queensland was formed in 1921. In 2013 Yeronga was granted permission by the Most Worshipful Grand Master to resume its original name of Lodge St George and retain its roll number of 246 in late 2013.