On Sunday, January 14, the Brothers of St. Mark’s Lodge surrounded by friends and family installed their Officers for 2018.
In addition to installing the officers, St. Mark’s also recognized several of the charities we’ve supported over the years and presented a token of appreciation to our “Tree Boss,” Bro. Fred Davila for his work in organizing our annual Christmas Tree sale.
Following the installation, a roast beef dinner was served by members of Eastern Star and the Derry Assembly of The International Order of Rainbow for Girls.
Congratulations to our new Officers!
It’s that time of year again when the lawn at the
Derry Masonic Temple turns into a pine grove full of Christmas trees!
They come in every shape and size, and there’s sure to be one that will bring a smile to your face as you enjoy this holiday season.
We’re not just selling Christmas trees this year, we’re also accepting donations for some very worthy causes – Toys for Tots, The Food Pantry, Sonshine Soup Kitchen, and the End 68 Hours of Hunger program.
So come on by, drop off a donation, pick out tree, or maybe a wreath. We also have ornaments, and be sure to take a picture at the
We’re open Monday-Friday from 2-8pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-8pm until the trees are gone.
The Worshipful Master, officers, and members of St. Mark’s Lodge would like to thank Pulpit Rock Lodge and all others that attended our 2017 Masonic Veterans program & meal.
The focus of the program was to honor our Masonic Veterans for the time they have given to the fraternity. Brother Leo R. Boisoneault of St. Mark’s Lodge and Brother Ed Sheibler of Pulpit Rock were presented 50 year medals from Most Worshipful John E. Lobdell, Grand Master of New Hampshire. In addition, Worshipful David A. McClane was also honored and presented with a 25 year pin.
Finally, a special thanks to Worshipful Jeremy Ledoux, Master of St. Mark’s Lodge, as well as Brother Roy Lesure and Brother Guy Joyce for heading up the kitchen crew and providing a hearty beef stew, baked sugar pumpkin dinner, and assortment of pies for dessert.
Have you ever wondered about what Freemasonry is or does?
This year on October 21st from 9am until 3pm, St. Mark’s Lodge will join all the other Lodges in New Hampshire in opening our doors to the public.
The members of St. Mark’s will be there to answer as many of your questions as we can, dispel some of the myths, and gladly show you our Lodge room.
In conjunction with the open house, we’ll also be hosting a breakfast from 8-11am and accepting donations which will be used to help support local charities and causes as we have in the past.
So, come on down, enjoy a bite to eat, and get your questions answered.
See you then!
Despite the unusual heat of late September the Members of St. Mark’s were in high spirits as we raised three new Master Masons in a single night!
Be sure to extend your hand and congratulations to Bro. Lesure, Bro. Lorden, and Bro. Hoskinson when you see them next at Lodge.