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Message from the East

My Brethren,

I want to thank you for electing me to serve in the East at Widow’s Sons’ Lodge No. 60. Our Lodge has a long and prosperous history of serving the community and of promoting the fraternity through its membership dedication, philanthropic leader-ship and generosity. I will strive to carry on that tradition with the support and encouragement of our Lodge members.
What’s in store for the upcoming Masonic year? The year 2017 is looking like a historic Ma-sonic year! The stars are aligning and Widow’s Sons’ Lodge No. 60 is being driven into the spot-light of historical destiny … events are unfolding before us which are derived from the calendar of fate … The question is “How will we respond?”
We are planning a Brother Robert Burns supper BEFORE our January Stated Communication. I invite you to join your Brethren for some wonder-ful food and Scottish entertainment, and bring a friend that perhaps will be a future lodge member.
Our February Stated Communication will involve a lodge guest, an operative stone mason, demonstrating the art and skill of his craft followed by active participation from lodge members performing stone carving. The stone that we carve will be the UVA dedicated cornerstone used in their October tribute. Recently, Bro. Bob Simpson presented a program on the 1817 UVA cornerstone laying ceremony; UVA wants WSL60 members involved in their upcoming bicentennial tribute on October 6, 2017.
At our June Table Lodge (St. John the Baptist Day), Freemasonry will celebrate its 300 an-niversary founded by the Grand Lodge of England in 1717. I hope that you’ll join us in celebration of the birth of speculative Freemasonry.
Plans are being made for our Stated Communication in April to be held at the Scottish Rite House of the Temple in D.C. We’ll be taking bus to the Scottish Rite Temple to tour the facility and be treated to a very interesting program. Reserve April 22nd on your calendar and let a Lodge Officer reserve a seat on the bus for you.…….. Sincerely and Fraternally, Wor. Mark S. Chapman

Wor. Mark S. Chapman