Freemasonry in Vermont

Summer 2010

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Motor Cycle Ride, Pulaski Lodge No. 58

Motor Cycle Ride by the members of Pulaski Lodge No. 58. Brother James Stevens, Master of Pulaski Lodge No. 58, was instermental in putting this event together. This has been in the planning stages for two years.

Pulaski Lodge No. 58, Wells River, VT. Motor Cycle Bikes lined up at the Veterans Cemetery in Randolph, Vermont.

Members of Pulaski Lodge No. 58 at the Veterans Cemetery, Randolph, VT.  These Brothers are part of the Motor Cycle Ride that commenced at the Truck Stop, Wells River, VT. Down I 91 to the Veterans Hospital, White River Jct., where they were met and delivered  phone cards and other items that the Veterans could use.

Members of Pulaski Lodge No. 58, Wells River, VT leaving the Truck Stop in Wells River, VT on their way to the Veterans Hospital in White River Jct., Vermont

Leaving the Truck Stop in Wells River, VT onto  I91 to the Veterans Hospital, White River Jct., VT.

The Tatto at Brattleboro, July 17, 2010

The photo below was taken at "The Tatto" held at Brattleboro Lodge, No. 102 on July 17 in honor of all veterans past and present. The highlight of the program was The "Building of the Flag" Presentation presented by the Sojourners of Green Mountain Chapter No. 527, Heroes of 76 Flag Team. To honor veterans, several local and state dignitaries were also on hand to express their support for our troops currently in harm's way.

From left to right: Robert Fagge, Skins Watkins, Tom MacPhee, Dan Ebbighausen, MWGM Tom Johnston IV,
PGM Cal Keyler and Master of Brattleboro Lodge 102 Robert Baldauf

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