State Masons grand master visits Cecil

The residents at Three Pillars Senior Living Communities’ MasonWoods campus were recently paid a visit by the Wisconsin Grand Master of Masons, Arby Humphrey.

Humphrey spent an afternoon at MasonWoods Independent Living community, attending an annual steak fry event. He shared his goals to enhance the Masonic Fraternity in Wisconsin under his tenure during the coming year during the meal and a pontoon boat ride on Shawano Lake.

Masonry, also known as Freemasonry, is the world’s first and largest fraternal organization. Through its culture of philanthropy, the organization works to make a difference in communities and for the future.

This year, Humphrey intends to focus on growing membership, seeking to strengthen the network of good men doing good things in communities across Wisconsin.

“It’s my pleasure to spend time with the residents of MasonWoods, which is part of Three Pillars Senior Living Communities, the largest charitable branch of Wisconsin Masons,” Humphrey said. “I believe in the importance of informing them about the status of Masonry in Wisconsin, and what the fraternity aims to achieve this coming year. Plus, the chance to interact with them unfailingly puts a smile on my face, no matter the occasion.”