Alpha Lodge will warmly welcome the District Deputy Grand Master for the 15th Masonic District, North, Right Worshipful Brother Richard A. Ellis and his suite of officers and guests at our regular communication on Monday, October 24, 2016, for an Official Visit. The evening will start with dinner in our usual fashion. Will will open on the first degree and will conduct our business until the arrival of the district deputy grand master. We hope you will join us. Dinner reservations can be made via the event link on the right.
Right Worshipful Brother Ellis was raised and is an active member in Charles A. Welch Lodge, which was instituted on March 1, 1872, in the town of Maynard, Massachusetts. Charles A. Welch Lodge now makes its home in Concord, Massachusetts, under the guidance of Worshipful Steven G. Bartlette, Master.
On Nov. 9, 2015, on official visit to Perfection Lodge, our very own Senior Warden, Worshipful Brother Craig A. Rothman, was recognized by the District Deputy Grandmaster of Masons, Right Worshipful Brother Richard A. Ellis with a presentation of a Past Master's Certificate during his official visit to Perfection Lodge.
Wor. Bro. Rothman served as an officer of Perfection and was the Master of Perfection Lodge during the 2015 Masonic year, during which time Alpha Lodge attended quite a number of meetings and was closely involved in assisting in the work of the degrees. It was from these ties of brotherly love that Alpha was joined by Wor. Rothman, who currently sits in the west as the Senior Warden of Alpha Lodge.
This isn't the first Masonic award afforded Brother Rothman, and we are certain it won't be the last. I sincere and hearty congratulations.
Members and friends of Alpha Lodge will be volunteering at the Pearl Street Cupboard & Café on Thursday, November 19, 2015, from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM. The Pearl Street Café's mission is to provide hunger relief, improve the quality of life, and connect families and neighbors in need to essential services in the community.
If you would like to join us, please register on our website (on the right). You can learn more about the Pearl Street Cupboard & Café by visiting the United Way of Tri-County.