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05 January, 2009

First-Ever Masonic Inaugural Ball to be Held for Obama


First-Ever Masonic Inaugural Ball to be Held for Obama
January 3, 2009




Tickets are now on sale for the first-ever Masonic Inaugural Ball held in Washington, D.C.

PRWEB | Jan 2, 2009

William R. Singleton Hope Lebanon Lodge #7 is hosting the first-ever Masonic Inaugural Ball in honor of President-elect, Barack Obama and Vice-President Elect Joseph Biden.

Tickets are limited, so you are encouraged to purchase yours quickly.

This first-ever event will be held at 8:00 p.m.:

Stars Bistro
2120 P Street, NW
Washington, DC

While other inauguration balls are costing $125-$500 or more per ticket, we’ve arranged for an evening with some amazing food, a great DJ, and brotherhood, all for $65 per ticket, we’ve also included an incentive to help pay the baby sitter, couples may go for just $120 a piece.

All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Masonic Foundation of the District of Columbia.

For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit:

http://singletonlodge.org/home/inaugural-masonic-ball/

Directions:

Traffic will be difficult to get through the District of Columbia. We are recommending that people take metro. Stars Bistro is conveniently located west of the Dupont Circle Metro Station (exit north.) There will be valet parking available for those choosing to drive.

3 comments:

  1. I guess he really is a NWO puppet after all!

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  2. So I take it you didn't get your ticket? I hear it's BYOG (Bring Your Own Goat).

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  3. My Mom had a Billy Goat growing up! She was born in 1933 and lived at the U.S. Naval Research Station in Annapolis during the war. Only after the war did my grandfather learn he had been working on triggers for nuclear bombs.

    Anyway, my Mom's Billy Goat and Nanny Goat, named Billy and Nanny - of course, were tended to by a Japanese prisoner of war (as was her parent's lawn and garden as was everyone else's on the base) who's duties included the grocery shopping in town, and he would routinely fudge the food budget to get the goats the best veggies! I've wanted goats ever since.

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