WCVBTV Boston Channel 5 did a short piece on the recently discovered officers jewels, possibly made by Paul Revere, that the lodge recently unveiled. If you missed it, check out the video. The pieces are beautiful and our congratulations go to the lodge for uncovering this amazing piece of history.
The RW DDGM Ken Pfeiffer had the distinct pleasure of awarding Wor. Clark Paige with his 50 year Past Master's diploma on Monday, May 10th.
Wor. Paige was master of Caleb Butler Lodge back in 1960 and continues to be active in the lodge, serving as lodge secretary for many years until just recently when we reliquished that post.
While working in the attic above the lodge room last year, Wor. Randall Oxley and Wor. John Ritchie made a great discovery... but didn't know it at the time. Very recently we learned what was discovered and we are simply stunned... as you will be too.
Please join us on May 7th when we share our discovery with the public. We will have a social gathering beginning at 5:30 pm with the unveiling ceremony to begin at 7:00 pm. Dinner will follow, but is not required to attend the event.
Tahattawan lodge will be having it's annual Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner on Saturday March 13th. The event will be from 4pm to 7pm at the Littleton Masonic apartments. There is a suggested donation of $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and $6 for children. This is a very popular event for the lodge and last year sold out so get there early!
The 2010 visitation schedule for the District Deputy Grand Master is now available.
|Frank W. Thompson||January 19th|
|Tri-Lodge, Concord||February 8th|
|Joseph Warren-Soley||February 23rd|
Joseph Warren Soley presents an presentation “American Social Tensions & Freemasonry’s Transformations 1900-1930”
Speaker: Mark A. Tabbert
Director of Collections, George Washington National Memorial
Author of “American Freemasons: Three Centuries of Building Communities”
(if you want, bring a copy & get it autographed)
Caleb Butler Lodge and Frank W. Thompson Lodge cordially invite you and your significant other to join us at a Ladies at the Table. This event will be held on February 20th, starting at 6pm at the Ayer Sportsman's Club. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased from Hal Sargent or Leo Kennen.
This event was well attended last year and is expected to be wonderful time this year again.