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e Montana Freemason Magazine is published by and is
     a product of the Montana Masonic Foundation, Inc. Unless
     otherwise  noted;  articles  in  the  publication  express  only  the
     private opinion or assertion of the writer and do not necessarily
     re  ect the o   cial position of the Montana Masonic Foundation
     or the Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Montana.

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         e Editorial Sta   invites contributions in the form of
     informative articles, reports, news and other timely information
     (of about 350 to 1500 words in length) that broadly relate to
     general Masonry.  Submissions  must be  typed  or preferably
     provided in MS Word format, all photographs or images sent
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     the photo. Printed photos will not be returned. E-Mail all photos   Cover - Bronze Sculpture by Jens Rusch.
     and articles to the address below.
                                                              Brother Jens Rusch has made images of some of his art
                                                            available to use. We thank the generosity of this artist. Jens
                                                            Rush has been featured in prior issues of our magazine;
                                                            he is a German contemporary artist and a Freemason. He
                                                            uses a blend of surrealism and Masonic expressionism in
                                                            the composition of his work.
                                                              More information can be learned about the life and
                                                            work of Brother Jens Rusch at:  http//

                                                            Bronze sculpture “  rst degree” Rough Stone Shadow Jens Rusch
                                                            [CC BY-SA (]

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          Reid Gardiner, Editor
             e Montana Freemason Magazine
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