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Scottish Rite Foundation of Indianapolis Awards Grant to Indiana Freemasons’ Hall

The Indianapolis Masonic Temple Association is pleased to announce that the Scottish Rite of Indianapolis Foundation has awarded Indiana Freemasons’ Hall a grant in the amount of $26,000. The grant money will be applied toward the purchase and installation of new steam coils for the building’s heating system, which are being replaced at a total cost of $52,000.

The Scottish Rite of Indianapolis Foundation has awarded grants to Indiana Masonic organizations as well as non-Masonic organizations in the Indianapolis community for nearly three decades. Indiana Freemasons’ Hall has been a regular beneficiary of the Foundation for the last several years. Their generosity has enabled the IMTA to complete several projects that were very important to the future of the building.

The IMTA is very grateful to the Scottish Rite of Indianapolis Foundation for their continued support of Indiana Freemasons’ Hall. We also wish to thank the members of the Foundation’s board for their service and dedication to the principle of Masonic charity.

-- Jim Dillman, IMTA President


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