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Monday, Jan 16 Events

We have a full day ahead of us next Monday.

In the morning, we will be joining our brothers of Metropolitan Lodge No. 161 in Leesburg for breakfast, and take part in a March in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.

In the evening, our first stated communication of 2023 will be held. Please join us for a revamped dinner menu at 6:30, and don’t forget to invite a friend for dinner and a presentation by Mark A. Tabbert, PM and author of “A Deserving Brother, George Washington and Freemasonry.”

https://www.upress.virginia.edu/…/authors-corner-with…/

During our meeting, Master Masons will honor retiring lodge secretary Rhey Solomon, with a special guest, Past Grand Master and current Sovereign Grand Inspector General of Virginia of the Scottish Rite.

https://www.vascottishrite.org/deputy-in-virginia

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January Trestleboard

Brethren,

Happy New Year! The January 2023 edition of the Herndon Lodge No. 264 Trestleboard is now available. Highlights include a discussion of the 125th Anniversary Party for the Lodge, the installation of new officers in December, and upcoming events in 2023.

Open the January 2023 Trestleboard here.

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November Trestleboard

November Trestleboard

Brethren –
Happy November to you, this great month of Thanksgiving. The weather will eventually, I’m sure, turn colder and give us the usual settling into winter that we expect from the approaching Holiday season. I hope you look forward to Thanksgiving as much as I do, my son says its his favorite American holiday, and are ablet to get together with friends or family. Please also take time this month to remember and honor our veterans on Veterans Day. Herndon Lodge is fortunate to have many former and current members of the US Military and we salute each of them for their service to this great country.

Read the remainder of this month’s Trestleboard HERE.

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Kitchen Transformation

Kitchen Transformation

The first major project undertaken by the SHAPE Foundation is expanding and updating the Lodge kitchen. Cabinets were sized and ordered. Flooring to replace all the floor past the hardwood (save the Bailey room) was acquired. Walls will be painted and storage re-organized. The work isn’t done yet, but steady progress is being made. A special thanks to Brothers David Harrison, Paul Turner, Franz Ortega, Enrique Garay, Roger Meshreki, and Khalil Gonsalves for their aide and assistance to the project.

The original kitchen

New counter space in Social Hall

New cabinets and counter in kitchen.

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