Susan Vermeire, known for her love of golf, hockey, teaching, family time, and playing the church organ, passed away suddenly from a vascular condition which caused severe internal bleeding. She lost 12 pints of blood. Her family and friends invite the community to give in memory of Susan.
Our annual blood drive in honor and memory of Susan Vermeire is scheduled for Sunday, April 11, 2021 from 9:00am to 2:00pm in the clubhouse at York Golf Club. Please sign up to stick out your arm and do a good deed today!
To sign up for an appointment, please go to this web site https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive
Enter the sponsor code “SUSAN” and click “Find a Drive.” That will take you to the scheduling page for our drive. Then click “See Times” and schedule your donation. Or, you can call 800-733-2767 and keep selecting option 1 until you reach a friendly Red Cross scheduling person.
We’re looking forward to seeing you at York Golf Club on Sunday, April 11th.
University Lodge #631 is getting an digital makeover. The site has a lot more opportunities for prospects to inquire about freemasonry. This is done through given more page space to new candidate recruitment.
It is easier to contact the lodge with many contact forms, clickable phone and email links. We hope to give the user a better surfing experience.
We have changed and expanded the Gallery and News portion of the site. To help people locate and enjoy the topics or images they are search to review.
University Lodge #631 Trestleboards and now available to download or print.
We have also dedicated a section to help recognize our past officers for stepping up and leading the lodge.
Thanks again for all you do for Masonry
Modern Twist Farms, LLC has been thankful to partner with University Lodge, #631, to have two great years of victory gardens. We had a great time turning the Temple plant space into a thriving food producer, with the help of volunteers.
Last year Tabitha and I moved the family far out of town to assist with Tabitha’s grandparents. This was a difficult decision, but any Mason would tell you that helping family is our first priority in life. We are both happy, for the chance to live back out in the country, but sad that we will miss seeing our friend so often.
This being said, we are looking for someone to continue what we started at Northwest Temple. We are willing to come up and help out from time to time, when needed, as well as answering any questions you have about growing. If you are interested drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks again to University Lodge #631, for allowing us the opportunities to bring back Victory Gardens.
Sincerely Tabitha and Patrick