Aviation Day 2015


The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will be holding its annual Aviation Day on September 19th, 2015 9 AM-2 PM. Free airplane rides are given for ages 8 - 17, free admission, with vendors throughout. You can attend the Aviation Day at the Capital City Airport located @ 90 Airport Rd. in Frankfort, KY.

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Spaghetti Fundraiser for #RedNoseDay


Hiram Lodge #4 is playing host to a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on May 15th, 2015 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM. The event is being organized by the Walgreens in Frankfort, KY, and all proceeds go to the ‪#‎RedNose‬ Foundation to help the fight against child poverty.

Tickets will be available at the door, $5 for adults $3 for kids.

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Chance For A Hunt of a Lifetime


If you are a hunter, or know someone who is, take a few minutes to visit http://www.elkhuntkentucky.org

At http://www.elkhuntkentucky.org you have the opportunity to purchase a $10.00 Kentucky Masonic Elk Hunt bracelet. This bracelet enters you for a chance to win the 1st annual Masonic Elk Tag. With your purchase any hunter has a chance to win this once-in-a-lifetime hunt valued at over $15,000! Winner of the special tag will receive a hunt featuring:

Chance at a Record 400+ Class Bull.
Mossy Oak clothing and video package
Honda ATV package provided by Tri-County Cycle Sales
Rifle provided by Kentucky Outdoorsman
Guide Service and Place to Hunt provided by Hartshot Outfitters

RAFFLE PROMO BUILD from Kevin Tate on Vimeo.

Proceeds benefit underprivileged children of Kentucky, by allowing them to attend hunting and fishing camps for free, as well as, contributing to hearing impaired charities and research programs.

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Hiram Lodge #4 Building History


The YMCA has long been a fixture in Frankfort dating to 1867 when locals founded the organization. However, when we refer to the “Old Y” did you know that there were earlier buildings that housed the association for many years. Located on Ann Street, the historic Masonic Lodge built c1893, once hosted the YMCA facilities, encouraging strong and active young men. This photograph from turn of the century shows a group of boys with their coach in front of the Masonic Building during the Y’s occupancy there. Shortly after this photo, land would be donated for a new structure along Bridge Street to house the growing organization and equip them to better serve the citizens of our community. That c1911 building is now known as the “Old Y,” but when constructed, for Frankfort residents, it was a symbol of the growth and prosperity of our community.

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