2019 Mass Challenge Announced

The 2019 Mass Challenge was announced at the October 5, 2019 meeting of Lair No. 3. 

It is: "Bring back a story about one of the individuals whose remains are unclaimed in a county morgue."

Jim McGinnis of the Bucks County Courier Times has produced The Unclaimed, a series of article about forgotten remains in area morgues.

The Mass Challenge meeting will happen at the Doylestown Maennerchor Society on December 14, 2019.

All men over the age of 21 are welcome to compete in the Mass Challenge.

As always, the winner of the Mass Challenge competition is determined by a vote of all men present at the meeting -- so bring your fan club!

And the winner receives the coveted Jonathan Zerse Landgraf Medal.

Follow these links for further info:

Unclaimed Souls of Bucks County: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5995264-Unclaimed-Souls-of-Bucks-County.html

Unclaimed Souls of Montgomery County: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5996429-Unclaimed-Dead-of-Montgomery-County.html

Unclaimed Souls of Burlington County: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5996459-Unclaimed-Dead-of-Burlington-County.html

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