Excerpt from Trowel Magazine, Spring 2019, by Bro. Chris Rooney, about social media in Freemasonry.
The walking tour will guide you from Grand Lodge to Bunker Hill in Charlestown. The walk could take you 90 minutes to two hours, so you might want to split the walk into two or more easy segments.
The Tour describes historical events, many of which involve Freemasons, but the tour is also suitable for anyone who is not a Freemason.
Adding events to all the websites and calendars.
A step-by-step guide on how to create great content for your website.
The average age of an incoming Mason is decreasing as I attempt to draft this treatise. Even more importantly, the “younger” Masons bring with them a requirement of technology to the Lodge. Even the “older” Masons are carrying smartphones, iPads, and have tossed out their pocket protectors.
You can create new PayPal buttons and access your saved buttons in your PayPal Account.
After you copy the code for that button, follow these steps to add then to your page or event blog post.
Using your email list strategically is very important for the efficiency and success of your lodge.
How to keep your website software up-to-date.
This will keep everything working smooth and safe.
The special bow tie from the Grand Master’s Bow Tie Benefit is now available for purchase on MassMasons.org.
Not sure how to tie a bow tie?
Check out this video!