Brattleboro Lodge No 102

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Welcome to the Brattleboro Masonic Lodge's website. Feel free to browse anywhere. If you have any events coming up in your lodge, please add them to our calendar.

 

Masonry is the world's oldest and largest fraternity for men. Although the details of Masonry's beginnings are lost, it is certain that in 1717 four lodges met in a London coffeehouse and formed the first Grand Lodge or association of lodges.

 

Masonry entered this country early in our history. Benjamin Franklin, an active Mason, printed the first Masonic book published in the United States. George Washington and other American leaders were active Masons.

 

Brattleboro Lodge is now allowing public usage of the lodge for gatherings, reception and other function needing a large gathering room and kitchen. For information regarding the use of the building, contact the steward at brattleboro102steward@gmail.com or call at (802) 254-4801.

 

 

Where Did We Come From??

 

Although the actual origins of Freemasonry are clouded in the mists of antiquity, it is widely agreed that Masonry dates back to the late fourteenth century and flourished during the middle ages when guilds of Operative Masons traveled throughout Europe building the great gothic cathedrals. Apprentices were taken in and taught the craft by Master Masons who passed on the secrets of the trade. As building declined, the guilds began to accept members who were not actually stone Masons. From these roots evolved Speculative Masonry, as we know it today.

 

Ritual, that is, the initiation of candidates conducted within each lodge has been the same work that's been done for hundreds and hundreds of years. Every Mason, on earth, has been led through the same traditions and instructed in the same mysteries and secrets of Freemasonry. But, make no mistake Freemasonry is not a secret organization. If it were, our buildings would not be easily identifiable and our members would not wear rings and other jewelry with the familiar square & compasses emblem.

 

 

Message From The East

 

2013 - 2014 Officers

April 4, 2013 - The 132th Installation of Elected and Appointed Officers for Masonic Year 2013-2014 was held at the Brattleboro Masonic Hall.

Immediate Past Master Robert Baldauf presided over the installation with the assistance of Most Worshipful Past Grand Master of Vermont Masons, Brian Carley serving as installing Marshal.

 
   
June 7, 2012 New Master Masons

June 7, 2012 - Congratulations to Bros Michael Vincent Page  and Brian Paul Byrne, who were raised to the sublime degree of a Master Mason. To be raised a master mason in any masonic lodge is an honor and privilege, but to be raised by one's own father is a rate memory that last forever. Congratulations Bro Steve!

L: PWM Bro Stephen Page, Bro Michael Vincent Page, WM Bro Ron Nichols, Bro Brian Paul Byrne, Brian's friend

   
May 31, 2012 New Master Masons May 31, 2012 - Congratulations to Bros Marshall Allen Patton  and Kristopher Stanley Johnston, who were raised to the sublime degree of a Master Mason. 

L: Bro Marshall Patton  M: WM Bro Ron Nichols  R: Bro Kristopher Johnston
   
   

 

 

6/5/2014

Visiting Blazing Star Lodge. Meet at our lodge to car pool up. Leaving by 6:30pm

   

6/11/2014

Grand Lodge in Burlington. Meeting at lodge and leaving at 6am.

   

6/19/2014

5:30pm - Dinner. 6:30pm - Regular Business meeting

   

6/26/2014

6:30pm - EA Degree Rehearsal

   

 

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Brattleboro Lodge #102

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June 16, 1881 A.D., 5881 A.L.

 

 

 

 

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