Unveiling of Masonic Monument at National Air Force Museum of Canada in Trenton

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On Sunday, June 9th, 2024, Special Guests M.P. Mr. Ryan Williams, Ms. Tawnya Smith on behalf of M.P.P. Mr. Todd Smith, Quinte West Mayor Jim Harrison, National Air Force Museum of Canada board chair Ms. Susan Scarborough, executive director Mr. Kevin Windsor and R. W. Brother Wayne McFaul representing all Masonic members in the Province of Ontario. With members of public and brethren of Trent Quinte No.29, and brethren of Prince Edward District, gathered at the Air Park of the National Air Force Museum of Canada to complete the Legacy Project of Trent Lodge in conjunction with the Trent Quinte Lodge.

During the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air Force, the event was for the unveiling and dedication of a Masonic monument placed at this wonderful and historical site.

This monument has been donated by Trent Lodge with a tremendous amount of consideration, to not only honour this site but to also pay tribute to the number of RCAF men that joined and supported the many Masonic Lodges over the past 100 plus years. Many men came and went due to the movements of the brethren in the armed forces and to this date there are several members that are still enjoying the company of their brethren in the amalgamated lodge known as Trent Quinte situated in Frankford.

To complete the Trent Lodge Legacy project, the monument was unveiled and dedicated and a cheque was presented in the amount of $100,000.00 towards the rebuilding and restoration of the aircraft that will be displayed at this fabulous museum

Pete Fisher
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