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Posted: 13 October 2010 01:54 PM   [ Ignore ]  
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I understand that a conference was held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania a couple of days ago. When do the members of freemasons hall in Dar es Salaam meet and at what time? Can one visit the hall at that time to meet a mason for assistance?

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Jaymoh - 13 October 2010 01:54 PM

I understand that a conference was held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania a couple of days ago. When do the members of freemasons hall in Dar es Salaam meet and at what time? Can one visit the hall at that time to meet a mason for assistance?

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Thank you for your interest in Freemasonry.  While your question falls a bit outside of the usual subject matter covered here at our site—which is primarily about Freemasonry in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts—we are always happy to help where we can, and to provide information to the seeker of light.

With respect to your question regarding Dar es Salaam, perhaps a better source of information would be the Grand Lodge of Scotland—who you can find on the web at the URL http://www.grandlodgescotland.com for your convenience.

The Grand Lodge of Scotland has been instrumental in the establishment and support of Freemasonry in East Africa, and there are several brothers who are active in the leadership there who are more than just knowledgeable with respect to it.

In addition to general information such as the contact information for lodges in that region, they can provide you with specific information on who to contact in your area, so you will likely find that directing your inquiries there will result in a much more fruitful experience.

If there is anything else that we can do for you, or you have questions pertaining to Freemasonry in Massachusetts, please do feel invited to post!

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