On January 9th, the 2011 suite of officers for St. Mark’s Lodge #44 F. & A.M. were installed by members of the Grand Lodge of New Hampshire.
On Saturday October 16th starting at 9am and running until 3pm every Masonic Temple in the state will be open to the public.
This is your opportunity to get your questions answered, see the inside of that “mysterious building,” and meet some of the members.
Mark your calendars and we look forward to seeing you on the 16th.
Rainbow Sunday is when Rainbow attends church together in honor of Brother Reverend W. Mark Sexson who founded Rainbow in 1922. It would be nice to get as many Brothers as possible to attend with them.
No aprons or regalia, just show up to support the girls
Derry Assembly is going to attend at:
The Church of Transfiguration
1 Hood Road, Derry
Services are at 10:30.
I would like to thank everyone who helped make our annual visitation a success. From the officers and their long hours in rehearsal to those that organized and served the meal – everyone who attended commented on how well the evening went and how happy they were to see St. Mark’s preform so well.
Once again thanks to all.
Don’t forget our weekly rehearsal/lesson nights on Sundays starting at 7pm – they’re a great source of fellowship as well as learning.
Wor. Scot Newbury, Master
St. Mark’s Lodge #44 F. & A.M.
August 25 – Benevolent Lodge #7 (Milford) kicks off the visitation season
September 11 – Lodge of Instruction for District #2 in Nashua, NH
September 13 – St. Mark’s Masonic Veteran’s Program at 2pm
September 21 – St. Mark’s Stated Communication
September 28 – St. Mark’s Special Communication for conferring the Entered Apprentice Degree
Of special importance is October 26th which is our visitation and we will exemplifying the Master Mason Degree.
Be sure to keep an eye out for the next Trestleboard as there will be a lot of addition information concerning these and other events.