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Tim Boyd Signing May 1st Poster

Tim Boyd Signing May 1st Poster

The May 1st Centennial Celebration was a great success!

Many thanks to our guest speakers from the Theosophical Society in America – Tim Boyd (also President of the International TS) and Janet Kerschner, and to the many current and former TS members, and friends of our lodge, who came to celebrate with us.

We’ll be posting photos and comments soon on “OUR CENTENNIAL” page.Watch for a post when they’ve been uploaded.

Our next Centennial Sunday is June 12th – “Two Views of Adyar: 1938 and 2015” with the letters of Anita Henkel (1938) and an in-person account by Caty Green (2015), both women volunteering to live and work for a time at the headquarters compound of the International Theosophical Society near Chennai (Madras), India.

Our Centennial Committee has been planning these and other events for 2016! We’ve invited special guest speakers, and are taking a new look at some key topics presented in 100 years of programs. Plus a year-end party with a “1916” theme. All events are free and open to the public.

Small TS Cent Logo 3x3

See the link “OUR CENTENNIAL” above for information about upcoming events.

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