Marion GAR Post 319 met once a month in the Odd Fellows Hall
, and membership ranged from 20 to 30 members.
Walking down the slope of Church Street we pass the former Court House, which operated from 1897 to 1995, and the former Odd Fellows Hall
which now serves as a Playhouse.
Those who have signed up for the Harrisburg version of the program are the owners of the Odd Fellows Hall
at 190 Smith St.
M Bradley, alterations to second floor of exist-|ing building to form four apartments and one office with front and rear balconies (conservation area), Odd Fellows Hall
, above nos 31-51 Holm-firth Road, Meltham.
The Odd Fellows Home is not to be confused with another historic property, the Odd Fellows Hall
at 674 Main St.
Rozann Kraus and several other choreographer/performers founded the space 20 years ago to save the 1884 Odd Fellows Hall
when an earlier tenant, Joy of Movement, went out of business.
The anthology, The Miracle of High Street, has been put together by students on a course at Odd Fellows Hall
in Warwick Street, Leamington.
As his Eagle Scout project, Kilian led a year-long effort to repair and renovate a large portion of the upstairs of the 1876 Odd Fellows Hall
in his hometown.
About that same time, Amy Garrison, who started offering Wenatchee Jazzercise classes in February 2007, was settling in at her new space in the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall
at 601 N.
The play will be staged at Odd Fellows Hall
, Stafford at 12.
Two free performances will be held on March 1 at Odd Fellows Hall
, Greengate Street, Stafford, at 12.
From Odd Fellows Hall
in Baltimore, Morse's aide Alfred Vail sent word that the Democratic Party had just nominated dark horse James K.