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What was Masonry like in Boston during Colonial times?

Due to inclement weather forecast for this week, this event has been postponed. We will be hosting “An Evening at the Bunch of Grapes” where the speaker will describe what early Freemasonry was like in Boston after Henry Price established the first Grand Lodge in America in 1733. Where did they meet before there were permanent…
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Happy Thanksgiving

When we count our many blessings; It isn’t hard to see that life’s most valued treasures are the treasures that are free. For it isn’t what we own or buy that signifies our wealth. It’s the special gifts that have no price: our family, friends and health.

Doctor Joseph Warren

When a person dies suddenly, tragically, especially in the “prime of life”, we tend to frame his /her life in those final moments. We can all name such people: John F. Kennedy, Amelia Earhart, the victims of September 11th. These are our heroes. Such a man was Joseph Warren. Joseph Warren was, undoubtedly, the hero…
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What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry is the world’s oldest and largest fraternity. It is comprised of adult men (18+) of good character from every country, religion, race, age, income, education, and opinion, who believe in a Supreme Being. Its body of knowledge and system of ethics is based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to improve himself while being devoted to his…
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February 25, 2012, Open House to Enlighten, Educate, and Inform

Joining with Masonic lodges across the Commonwealth, Freemasons meeting in Somerville at 125 Highland Ave (rear building), will open their doors to the public on Saturday, February 25, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., as part of the 2012 Early Spring Open House. “The 2012 Spring Open House is a great opportunity for anyone interested…
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U.S. #1056 1959 2½ ¢ Bunker Hill Monument Liberty Series Coil

Issue Date: September 9, 1959 City:  Los Angeles, California Quantity: Unknown Printed by: Bureau of Engraving and Printing Printing Method:  Rotary Press Perforations:  10 Vertically Color:  Gray blue U.S. #1056 features one of the first major battles of the Revolutionary War – the Battle of Bunker Hill. A 221-foot monument rises above the battlefield – the first major…
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Happy New Year

As another year comes to a close, we are reminded of the many major events that have taken place in the world and in our lives; wars and fighting, new territories conquered, great heroes and heroines that we have lost, new friends we have made, babies that have born into our families. Friends and relatives…
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

The Officers of King Solomon’s Lodge and all of its Members wish you a Merry Christmas.

A Walk Down Memory Lane

Last Thursday King Solomon’s had its regular communications in which we had the first degree for new candidates. King Solomon’s has and continues to thrive for nearly 228 years.  With a young line, and many young brothers joining the fraternity, King Solomon’s Lodge membership is continuously growing. Granted this is in part, due to the…
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KING SOLOMON’S LODGE – OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER UPDATE

King Solomon’s Lodge is off to a busy and successful start of the Masonic year.  After an impressive installation on September 17, 2011, newly-installed Master Joey Lacey and his officers held their first meeting on October 20, 2011.  The night included a visit from the District Deputy Grand Master, Eugene Capobianco – always a welcomed…
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