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    Fraternal Organizations in Martins Ferry


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    Business Listing   American Legion Post 38 - Martins Ferry, OH - Phone: (740) 633-9043


    Business Listing   Eagles Aerie No 456 - Bingo - Martins Ferry, OH - Phone: (740) 633-5579


    Business Listing   Eagles Aerie No 456 - Grill RM - Martins Ferry, OH - Phone: (740) 633-2961


    Business Listing   Elk's BPOE Martins Ferry Lodge 895 - Martins Ferry, OH - Phone: (740) 633-2059


    Business Listing   Knights of Columbus - Martins Ferry, OH - Phone: (740) 633-0528


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    Helpful Definition for: Fraternal Organizations


    Fraternal organizations in Martins Ferry denote a distinct society, an association of brotherhood, which, depending on their structure & purpose, may or may not have differing degrees of secrecy, some form of initiation or ceremony marking admission, formal codes of behavior, disciplinary procedures, very differing amounts of real property and assets.

    Fraternal organizations in Martins Ferry have various purposes, such as- university education, work skills, ethics, ethnicity, religion, politics, charity, chivalry, other standards of personal conduct, asceticism, service, performing arts, family command of territory, and even crime.

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