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Dalhousie Lodge F. & A.M.
established in 1860
at Newtonville, Massachusetts.
meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month, September through
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MONTHLY NOTICE AND NOTICE ARCHIVES
Click on the link above to access the documents area containing current and past Monthly Notices, applications for membership, applications for scholarships, Master Mason Rookie Award, Master Builder Award, membership lists, past surveys, committee reports, installation programs, and more.
What is a Mason?
Learn more about Freemasonry...
"The Gift of Freemasonry"
Learn about the meaning of Freemasonry from the Brothers of the Craft. An excellent presentation of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts. (Unfortunately, Google Chrome has decided to stop supporting many of the most popular video formats including this one which is MP4. Until a conversion can be made, you can visit this site to view the video online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3Y5oknCUGA.)
Rt. Wor. Bethune discusses Freemasonry on Newton TV
Newton News host Jenn Adams sits down with Rt. Wor. Larry Bethune, District Deputy Grand Master of the Fifth Masonic District and Past Master of Dalhousie Lodge, to discuss our Fraternity. WATCH
The District Deputy Grand Master for the Fifth Masonic District
R.W. Lawrence E. Bethune
"Freemasonry: Is there greatness in you?"
Brother Ben Franklin challenges good men, Is there greatness in YOU?
"What is Freemasonry?"
In this short inspiring movie, Ben Franklin explains what it means to be a Freemason.
Want to know more? Top 10 Questions Answered
their principles represent
a way to achieve higher standards in
Every true Freemason will show tolerance
respect for the opinion of others
and behave with kindness and
Freemasons practice charity
and care for their own
as well as
the community as a whole both
by charitable giving and by voluntary work
Freemasons strive for truth, requiring high moral standards
and ethical conduct at all times.
MASONIC RESEARCH, LORE, MYTHS, AND LEGENDS
Check out our new Masonic Research page with links
to fascinating sites with Masonic connections: Rosslyn Chapel,
the DaVinci Code, National Treasure, Oak Island,
Knights Templars, and many other intriguing topics.
Dalhousie Flag Folding Ceremony [click here]
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REGULAR COMMUNICATION NOTICE
Per Order of
Wor. Peter A. Mooradian, Worshipful Master
R.W. Paul A. Edberg , Secretary
The One Thousand Five-Hundredth and Thirty-First Communication of Dalhousie Lodge F. & A.M. will be held in the Masonic Hall at Newtonville, Massachusetts on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
6:00 p.m. Open on the Master Mason Degree
OPEN REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING
• Read records and communications
• Read any applications received
• Receive committee reports
• Act on any business that may properly come before the Lodge
• Ballot on Candidate(s), if any
• Recess the Business Meeting
OPEN ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
• Report of the Secretary
• Report of the Treasurer
• Report of the Finance Committee
• Report of the Charity Fund Trustees
• Report of the Auditor
• Close the Annual Meeting
RE-OPEN THE BUSINESS MEETING
CLOSE THE LODGE
ANNUAL MEETING DINNER
Baked haddock, vegetables, salad, bread, and beverages. Dinner fee is $15.
(Steak tips may be substituted for the fish ONLY if the Junior Warden is so notified before September 4.)
EVERYONE DINING MUST MAKE A RESERVATION by 5:00 p.m., Friday, September 4 to our Junior Warden Bro. Gary M. Yee at email@example.com or 617-905-9450. You can also now make a reservation online at dalhousielodge.org. Please let Bro. Yee know if you will bring any guests. Please make every effort to honor your reservation.
CLICK ICON BELOW TO MAKE A DINNER RESERVATION
GRAND LODGE & FIFTH MASONIC DISTRICT OFFICERS
Most Worshipful Harvey John Waugh
Grand Master of Masons in Massachusetts
R.W. Lawrence E. Bethune
District Deputy Grand Master
Wor. Stig E. Bergquist, District Deputy Grand Marshal • Wor. Joseph Goldstein, District Deputy Grand Secretary
R.W. Robert M. Eaton, District Chaplain & Service Officer • Wor. Christopher N. Kelley, District Ambassador & Fellowship Officer
Wor. William P. Asadoorian, District Blood Drive Chairman • R.W. James O. Dill, Jr., District Webmaster
Wor. Joseph Goldstein, District Challenge Officer-Grand Master's Award
Bro. Tracey Higgins, District Challange Officer-Master Mason Rookie Award
Bro. Robert Chan, District Challenge Officer-Master Builder Award
Bro. Joseph Manzo, District
Masonic Health System and Masonic Medical Research Laboratory Representative
Wor. Nicholas Pappas, District Youth Program Officer