In 1970, Lodge dues were still $15.00. Loudoun Royal Arch Chapter moves to Herndon.

On October 27, 1973, Most Worshipful William Conway Vaughn made his official visit. Many Grand Masters have visited Herndon. This visit was special in the fact that if you count the names of members and visitors present, it came to well over 100, a sizable number for the small lodge.

On May 20th., 1974, a petition for dispensation to form a new lodge to be named Archer Baily Gay Lodge, having been laid over for a period of time, was discussed and voted on. The ballot being found clear, the Wor. Master ordered the Secretary to notify the DDGM of District 1. Dues changed from $15.00 to $20.00 in 1974.

The Masonic Home of Virginia was donated $2,500.00 on October 20, 1975 to furnish an entire two-bedroom unit.

On October 18th., 1976, Rt. Wor. Walter Harrison was wished a "Happy 25th. Masonic Birthday".

The Lodge held its family picnic at Wor. Bro. LeRoy Jackson's home for the first time in 1972. This annual picnic has been held at his estate, with rain years excepted, for over 25 years and counting.

A check for $6,250.00 was received in Lodge from the estate of Rt. Wor. Bro. Wickline.

The Supreme Architect of the Universe had a hand in the Lodge on the 19th. of February, when at the stated communication, a Master Mason Lodge was opened in due and ancient form at 8 p.m. and closed at 8:25 p.m. due to severe weather conditions. Only five members actually came. The only officer was Bro. Ray Updike, SD. This was the shortest meeting in lodge history until 2003.

On June 4, 1979, the Lodge accepted a proposal from Bro. Lawrence to paint the inside and outside of the Lodge for $2,385.00. It was painted white, as it remains today.