Members of St. Mark’s Lodge passed three of their members to Fellow Craft.
Congratulations to Bro. Lorden, Bro. Hoskinson, and Bro. Lesure!
Continuing in what is quickly becoming an annual tradition, the Brethren of St. Mark’s Lodge would like to invite you to join us for our annual Easter weekend breakfast and egg hunt.
We’ll be kicking off at 8am with a great breakfast which will be followed by an Easter egg hunt for the kids starting at 10:30. Adults are $7 and kids 12 and under eat free with an adult.
There’s even rumor the Easter Bunny will be making an appearance!
Hope to see you there!
On Thursday, January 5th, the members of St. Mark’s Lodge welcomed three new Brothers to the Fraternity. Congratulations Brothers and we look forward to helping you on your journey.
Pictured above with members of St. Mark’s Lodge are our three newest Entered Apprentices, Bro. Goldiamond, Bro. Lorden, and Bro. Hoskinson.
The Worshipful Master, officers, and members of St. Mark’s Lodge would like to thank all those that attended our Masonic Veterans program this weekend.
Among those honored were Cathy DiCampo of Derry News for her service to the community with the Community Builders award. Ms. DiCampo was not able to be present to receive the award and it will be presented at a future date. She is heavily involved with the Derry News Santa Fund which takes in toys, clothing, food, and funds, to help those in the area.
The focus of the program then shifted to honoring our Masonic Veterans for the time they have given to the fraternity. Bro. George Hause was presented a 60 year certificate from Most Worshipful John Gordon, Grand Master of New Hampshire. In addition, Brother Thomas Latham and Brother David Drowne were also honored and were presented with 25 year pins by Worshipful McClane, Master of St. Mark’s Lodge.
Finally, Most Worshipful John Gordon presented Wor. Scot Newbury with the Major General John Sullivan Distinguished Service Award in Bronze. The award was in recognition for the service Wor. Newbury has given, and continues to give, to the Lodge and his community
Following the award ceremony the Pawtuckaway Beekeepers’ Association, who recently removed the bee colony from one of our columns, gave a presentation on bees and beekeeping.
Finally, a special thanks to Brothers Jeremy Ledoux and Guy Joyce for heading up the kitchen crew and providing a lasagna dinner with all the trimmings which was enjoyed by all.