Freemasons push for younger blood

Jason Walls
Updated September 22 2016 - 1:30pm, first published 1:28pm
Eyes ahead: Freemasons Victoria grand master Don Reynolds says the once secretive organisation is looking to the future. Picture: NONI HYETT
Eyes ahead: Freemasons Victoria grand master Don Reynolds says the once secretive organisation is looking to the future. Picture: NONI HYETT

When Andrew Power joined his local Freemasons lodge four months ago at the sprightly age of 38, it had a noticeable effect on the group’s demographic.

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Jason Walls

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