The North Carolina Mason

January/February 2021

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The Mason Official Publication of e Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina Volume 146 Number 1 Oxford, North Carolina January/February 2021 NORTH CAROLINA ■ see RUN, page 2 RUNNING FOR FUN! …and for charity, too! Christopher Fundanish, Raleigh #500 (second from left) and four friends ran 3.1 miles in 24:37 on Nov. 4 Virtual fundraiser nets nearly $2K for Masonic charities By Beth Grace Mason Editor Let's face it. Life has been rough lately. e news, the weather, the pandemic have hit us all and wrapped us up in more than our fair share of gloom. We can't do much about all of that. We can stay home, wear masks of many colors, watch every show on Netflix and Prime, and Zoom until we simply can't bear one more Zoom call. But we need more. Fun. at's it. at's what's been missing. For most Freemasons, fun is critical to the Craft. Good works and good men need a good laugh every now and then. Which brings us to the Grand Master's Fun Run. If you missed it, you missed out. Masons and their friends – and families, brothers, sisters, and even their dogs teamed to be part of the first virtual statewide fundraiser ever offered by Masons in North Carolina. All you had to do was enter, make a run, document it with a fun photo of your feet or watch or even yourself, and share why you ran. For an entry fee of $20, brethren and their friends got a chance to make a

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