The Masonic lodge in the town of Union, after months of meetings and fundraisers
The Masonic lodge in the town of Union, after months of meetings and fundraisers, has decided not to rebuild their imposing 19th-century building, which was destroyed by fire last summer. Their decision means that Gorden's IGA, the neighborhood market, which has served the community for generations from the first floor of the Masonic Temple, will not be revived at the historic location on the village common. The fire was declared a case of arson by state fire officials, and no suspects have been named. Related editorial.
Cartwright, Steve, "The Masonic lodge in the town of Union, after months of meetings and fundraisers" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 2989.
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