Western Fraternal Life :: 06

Category: YELL!

Young members, especially those involved in Western's Young Engaged Lodge Leaders (YELL!) groups, are helping define what Western will look like in the years to come. A good example is Michigan No. 225 (Bannister, MI), an active lodge with a strong YELL! group. This article discusses details of a recent lock-in event and more about YELL!

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Category: Czech Connection

Phillips, WI remembers the events of Lidice and holds a festival.

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Category: home office

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This year marks the celebration of 120 years of Western Fraternal Life.

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Hvezdnaty Prapor No. 95, of Timken, KS, held a fundraising dinner at Timken Catholic Church to help with the medical needs of Brandi Jecha, who was injured in a hunting accident.

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Category: Members in Action

Zare Zapadu No. 44, Hayward, MN held their annual pancake breakfast and bake sale at the Glenville American Legion to benefit the Bohemian Brick Hall, as well as a food shelf in Albert Lea

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Category: Czech Connection

Czech last names are effected by a variety of influences and can even change according to a person’s gender. It may be interesting to learn some of this information if you want to try to trace your lineage and learn about your ancestors. The origin of a name can be influenced by things such as profession, language, and descriptive characteristics.

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