Freemasonry in Vermont

Fall 2010

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Fall Events Around the State

CAROL LOLATTE, DIRECTOR OF RECREATION & PARKS FOR THE TOWN OF BRATTLEBOR SPOKE AT THE BRATTLEBORO LODGE OF FREEMASON'S ANNUAL "LADIES AT THE TABLE" DINNER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH

Carol Lolatte was the Guest Speaker at the Brattleboro Lodge of Freemason's Fourteenth Annual Ladies at the Table on Saturday, November 6th. The dinner was established fourteen years ago to show appreciation to the wives of Freemasons, the women who are members of the other fraternal bodies of Freemasonry, as well as to honor women in general for their leadership and contributions toward making the world a better place.

Carol Lolatte is Director of Recreation and Parks for the Town of Brattleboro, a position she has held since 1990. Carol is originally from Orwell, Vermont and graduated from Lyndon State College.

She came to Brattleboro as an intern in the Recreation Department under then Director of Recreation Frank Dearborn. The following year she was hired to be Program Director serving until Mr. Dearborn retired and she became the Director.

The Ladies at the Table Dinner is an annual event not only open to members of the fraternity, and their families, but also to the general public as well.

Robert Fagge Recognize By the
Grand Master of Vermont Freemasons

Most Worshipful Grand Master of Vermont Freemasons, Thomas Johnston IV made a visit to Brattleboro Lodge at one of their monthly meetings. While at the meeting he presented Lodge Senior Steward, Robert Fagge with the Grand Master's Meritorious Service Award.

Robert Fagge has been a member of Brattleboro Lodge for about 10 years. However, he has only just become super active lately including being Senior Steward of Brattleboro lodge, Thrice Potent Master in Scottish Rite Valley of Brattleboro. He has also chaired two projects in Brattleboro; most noteworthy was the Armed Forces Tattoo held in July and started Grand Lodge's Children's Clothing Drive. During his ten years as a member of Brattleboro Lodge he was one of the founders of the lodge sponsored program, Warm Hands and Warm Hearts, serving as Board President. This program strives to collect clothing, bedding and winter coats and gloves that can help families that have been affected adversely by economic conditions.

 

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L to R: Robert Everest, Keith Turner, Jack Campell,Past Grand Master, Evan Minor, P.M., Larry Turner, P.M. (seated), District Deputy Charles Littlefield, Grand Sr. Warden Roger Crouse, Past Dist. Deputy Leonard Branch, and John Mayville, W.M.
50 year pins were presented to
Brothers Evan Minor & Larry Turner on 11/1/2010


W.M. John Mayville, Seneca Lodge, donating children's clothing collected during Warm Hands/Warm Heart clothing drive to Kelly Hughes at Milton Family Community Center

The Vermont Sojourners, Heroes of 76 "Building of the Flag" Team presenting their ceremony at Hope Chapter of the Eastern Star in Attleboro, MA on November 6. An audience of some 65 sisters, brothers and other residents of the area were on hand to see our inspirational presentation in honor of Veterans Day. Left to right in the photo are: Bruce Pomeroy, Past Commander and Past Grand Master, Carl Shoemaker, Past Master of Vermont Lodge, No. 18., Bonnie Zumalt, Past Grand Matron of MA and General Grand Chapter Committee Member on Education, Cal Keyler, Past Commander and Past Grand Master, and Evered Hinkley, Past Master of Vermont Lodge, No. 18.Many past and present leaders of the Eastern Star in MA were in attendance.

May 12, 2009 (picture just submitted)
Roger Crouse, Grand Sr. Warden, Roger Burr, District Deputy Jack Campbell, Past Grand Master, receiving 50-yr pin. Calvin Keyler, Grand Master, Robert DeVarney, W.M. (Seneca Lodge)

Brother Robert Donnelly, Jr., member and Secretary of Charity Lodge No. 43, Bradford, Vermont is the Citizen of the Year for District No. 9.

Members of Franklin Lodge #4 (St Albans) attended the Northeast Shriner's Field Days and Parade held September 16-20 in Halifax N.S.

Left to Right in back row: Sid Newcomb, Bob Coon (WPM), Jerry Morong (WPM & Secretary) , Dan Columb (SD) Bruce Pellitier (WM & WPM) and Jim Walsh (WPM). Kneeling is Roger Spaulding.

The plaque on the Masonic Lodge Building, Pulaski Lodge No. 58, Wells River, Vermont that was named after Cedric L. Smith, PGM

Brother Joseph Sampson, RWDDGM, Brother John Cookson, Brother James Stevens, Master of Pulaski Lodge No. 58, Wells River, Vermont.  Brother Cookson received his 25-year membership button, November 1, 2010.

 

 

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