Square & Compass Celebrates the Detroit Masonic Temple with Rob Moore
Since its 2020 inception, Square & Compass has often explored the architectural and historical significance of the Windsor Masonic Temple.
Many other Masonic Temples are, to their cities/communities, of great architectural and historical significance.
Chief Docent Rob Moore of Detroit Masonic Temple
Chief among these is the Detroit Masonic Temple. Built during the “golden age of Freemasonry,” the Detroit Masonic Temple is both the world’s largest Masonic Temple and a significant part Detroit’s architectural and historical character.
Square & Compass was proud to explore the Detroit Masonic Temple’s significance with its Chief Docent Robert Moore.
The Detroit Masonic Temple offers tours (including special “behind-the-scenes” tours), an amazing venue for weddings and other events, and a significant historical imprint on Detroit and the surrounding area.
Square & Compass was proud to speak with Robert Moore, and encourages everyone within the Detroit area to visit this amazing Masonic Temple.
You can find more information about the Detroit Masonic Temple here.
A Special Thank-You
For many years members of our Essex Masonic and Windsor Masonic Temple family have worked within the community to raise funds for worthy causes in Windsor.
Three of these clubs are THE HEART CLUB, THE BORDER MASONIC TEMPLE CLUB, and The SCOTTISH RITE CLUB.
These clubs raised most of the funds by working bingos at PARADISE GAMING CENTRE on Dougall Ave. in Windsor.
Last year these groups donated over $35,000 to the Scottish Rite Learning Centre for Children.
In addition thousands of dollars were donated to various other groups, namely WINDSOR GOODFELLOWS, SALVATION ARMY, WINDSOR DOWNTOWN MISSION, STREET HELP, HIATUS HOUSE, and several others.
Thank you for the funding from the returns at the Paradise Gaming Centre and with these funds we are able to pay our expenses.
Thank you to the customers and staff of Paradise Gaming Centre and Charitable Gaming Windsor.