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To all who came out to Corinne Masonic Lodge No. 5 for the Annual Oyster and Ham Dinner, I extend a very heartfelt thank you on behalf of the members of the lodge for making the event so very successful this year ("Historic Corinne Masonic Lodge continues oyster, ham tradition," Tribune, Nov. 6).
Masons and non-Masons alike sat together in the historic hall of Corinne Lodge to enjoy fresh oysters and ham. People drove from points south such as Price and Provo, and from as far away as Pocatello and Boise to the north.
In many ways, Freemasonry is about keeping tradition alive through the work that we do both inside and outside of the lodge room. The success of this year's annual dinner not only kept the lodge's tradition of the Oyster Dinner alive, but will serve to keep the lodge alive as well.
Corinne Lodge No. 5