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On behalf of the Most Worshipful Grand Master of Masons in Massachusetts, welcome to the website of the 14th District!
Whether you're interested in our ancient and honorable fraternity or a member looking for information we welcome you.
This is the Fall 2013 Official visitation schedule of the DDGM. Take due notice.
Joining with Masonic lodges across the Commonwealth, Freemasons meeting in the 14th Masonic District (Ayer, Bedford, Burlington, Concord, Lexington, Lincoln and Littleton), will open their doors to the public on Saturday, April 6th, between 9 am and 3 pm, as part of the 2013 Spring Open House, a state-wide celebration of Freemasonry. If you’ve ever wondered who the Freemasons are, whether they are the descendants of the Knights Templars, or what the inside of their building looks like, here’s your chance to find out.
It is that time of year again… Dust off your favorite Hawaiian shirt, flip flops and ball caps, it’s here!!!
Whether you like Lobster or not, this is the place to be Sunday Feb. 17th
Tickets are just $25 each (whether steak & lobster or double steak)
The spring 2013 Fraternal visit schedule for the DDGM is as follows. Reception at 7:45pm, official visit begins at 8pm.
|2/11||Caleb Butler, Corinthian, Simon W. Robinson (tri-lodge)|
|2/19||Frank W. Thompson|
Caleb Butler lodge is hosting another murder mystery dinner event, the St. Valentines Day Murder Myster. The event will be held on February 16th, starting at 6pm. Tickets ar $25/pp and can be purchased by contacting Rick Dickson at 978-400-1100. There will also be a silent auction. The last murder mystery dinner was a lot of fun (just ask anyone who attended!), so you won't want to miss this one.
Wor. Hal Sargent was presented the Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award at the January Communication of Frank W. Thompson Lodge for his dedication to both Scouting and Masonry.
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Saturday February 26th, from 9:30am-1pm at the National Heritage Museum in Lexington, MA a Masonic Career Fair will be held for all recently raised Master Masons. Learn the different opportunities to become involved in your Lodge including its many committees, charities, and events. There are ways for every Brother to help their Lodge that can fit in your schedule. Speakers include those from Grand Lodge and throughout the jurisdiction. The event is presented by Team Guiding Principle of the 2010-2011 Masonic Leadership Institute class.