Simon W. Robinson Masonic Lodge
of Lexington, Massachusetts
Please be sure dues payments are sent to the Secretary if you have not mailed it yet. Contact Marc Reyome with any questions.
Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Day
We will volunteer for the day for an excellent cause. Departure at 7am from the Lodge. Contact the Master for details.
Wor. John Nichols receives his Past Master's Certificate from RW Doug Ellis.
Brother Art Stead receives his 50-year Veteran Medal from RW Doug Ellis supported by Wor. Steve Robinson and Brothers Armen Zildjian, Ken Longo, and Dan Stead
RW Paul Lund receives his 50 Year Veteran medal from RW Doug Ellis, DDGM of the 14th District.
Hanscom spouses Perusing jewelry
Happy Ladies' Day Attendees
Trying out some new cosmetics
Friends and Brethren gathering for the meal
Worshipful Robert beating steak tips into delicious submission
Chef Mark prepping clams for delivery
A Society of Friends and Brothers
Freemasonry is a unique institution that has been a major part of community life in America for over two hundred and seventy five years. It is America's largest and oldest fraternity, and one that continues to be an important part of many men's personal lives and growth. The Fraternity of Masons is an organization of men bound together with a philosophy of moral standards, mutual understanding and brotherhood in which all men are on a level and equal.