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Things are always changing on the internet, and it’s no different with Facebook. To help raise revenue, the social networking website now offers “pages” (normally companies with a Facebook presence) the option to promote posts and events.

There are two things you can do to help out the lodge. First, make sure you get to see all of our updates, by clicking Like, and then hovering your mouse over it to get the drop down pictured here, and select Show in News Feed (click the picture for a larger version)

You can like our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brlodge643

The next thing you can do to help our posts reach more of the people who have liked us (and not completed the step above just yet) is to interact with us as much as possible. When the lodge posts an event, makes a status update, make sure you comment/share/like those items. Doing so helps Facebook see the value in the posts from the page, and will present it to more people. By re-sharing our updates, you also reach some of the same people who Like Broad Ripple Lodge, who might not have seen it otherwise. Finally, sharing and commenting helps promote our great fraternity to those who don’t know anything about it.

 

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Broad Ripple Lodge #643 F&AM

WB Jacob Mann

Past Master WB Jacob Mann

Broad Ripple Lodge taught me how quickly men can become close friends, and form lifelong bonds. I feel I’ve known many of my fellow masons for a much longer time than I have actually been involved.

WB Michael Walkup

Past Master WB Michael Walkup

I came to the lodge because I was looking for answers and found a family.

WB Lee Hargitt III

Past Master WB Lee Hargitt III

I have been a member here for many years. I have made some of my best friends in life at this Lodge

WB Brian Ross

Worshipful Master Brian Ross

An excellent place to find some good and true life long friends.

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