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Oshkosh Freemasons celebrate Robert Burns Day

10:27 PM, Feb. 2, 2013  |  Comments
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Scotland's favorite son and Freemason, Robert Burns, was born Jan. 25, 1759. In celebration of his life, the Oshkosh Freemasons gathered for their 4th Annual Robert Burns Dinner on Jan. 29 at the Oshkosh Masonic Center.

Burns, the poet, was best known for composing "Auld Lang Syne." After he wrote "Address to a Haggis" his ode to Scotland's National Dish, the haggis moved to a more prominent status in the ruling class. Thousands of Robert Burns Dinners are held annually and are only considered complete with the haggis taking center stage.

The Oshkosh Freemasons are very active in the community. To learn more and for contact information, visit www.oshkoshmasons.net.

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