Wagga Freemasons call for missing memorabilia, face declining numbers

Jeremy Eager
Updated May 16 2024 - 2:34pm, first published 5:00am
Freemason of 60 years Rick Priest in front of Wagga's only lodge. Picture by Jeremy Eager
Freemason of 60 years Rick Priest in front of Wagga's only lodge. Picture by Jeremy Eager

In 1861, the heavy wooden doors of the Wagga Masonic Lodge on Tarcutta Street opened to the Freemasons for the first time - but 160 years later, the club faces a massive hurdle.

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Jeremy Eager

Jeremy Eager

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Originally from Wollongong, Jeremy has made the move to The Daily Advertiser to tell the stories of the Riverina. Got a story to share? Email jeremy.eager@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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