The installation of Officers will take place Saturday December 16th at 2PM. This will be a district installation including Lodge St John #27, Northumberland Lodge #17 and Campbellton Lodge #32, There will be a meal served at noon. Cost and type of meal to be determined
A Memorial and Remembrance Service will be held on Thursday, November 09th, at Trinity Anglican Church. This is being held in conjunction with the NB Lodge #22 meeting. Refreshments at 5:30, dinner 6:30, Lodge opening at 7:30pm. Upon opening we will form up and Parade to the Church for a short Memorial Service and return, in Parade, to close the Lodge. Service will be in charge of Rev. RWB Steven Scribner. Parade is in regalia.
Oct. 21, 2017 @ 2:00 P.M., 160 year anniversary of Northumberland Lodge. Meet & Greet, Unveiling of corner stone, Roast Pork dinner @ $15.00 per person.
"Warm fraternal greetings on behalf of Northumberland Lodge # 17."
Come celebrate with us a landmark event of 160 years . Northumberland lodge #17 extends a fraternal hand to all brethren on October 21 at 2 pm . We are hosting an open Lodge Ceremony followed by a commemorative corner stone unveiling. After the craft are done their labor we will take to the hall for refreshment. A festive Pork Roast dinner dinner will be served at $15 a plate. Join use for a day filled with filling with laughs, information, and fellowship.
CAMP GOODTIME DINNER & DANCE
The 15th Annual Camp Goodtime Evening Dinner, Silent Auction and Dance will be held on Oct 14, 2017 at Coverdale Center, 50 Runnymeade Road, Riverview NB. A prime rib dinner will be served from 6:30 to 8 pm followed dancing from 9 to midnight. Tickets for dinner/dance are $30.00 per person and WestJet tickets are $10.00 each. For tickets & information, phone 855- 5184 or 858-7058.
On Tuesday, October 10th at 4:00 pm the Grand Lodge of New Brunswick 150th Anniversary flag will be raised in front of Saint John City Hall. All Masons and their spouses are invited to attend. There will be a reception at the Masonic Temple following the ceremony at City Hall. Also, starting at 6:30 pm there will be a dinner for Masons only and Hibernia Lodge will have their regular communication beginning at 7:30 pm with the Luxor Shriners degree team conferring the Master Mason degree in full costume.
Grand Master's Official Visit.
All are invited to International Night
District four of the GLNB and District One of the GLM are holding their annual “International Night” on September 30th 2017 at Trinity Lodge at 230 State Street in Presque Isle, Me. Lodge opens at three o’clock Eastern Daylight Time (that’s 4pm ADT) , and is, of course, open to all master masons.
This year, the International Night is being co-hosted by Trinity Lodge # 130 of Presque Isle and Benjamin Lodge #31 of Perth-Andover.
Trinity will open Lodge in due form and give a presentation of the Rusty Nail Degree. They will go to refreshment and Benjamin Lodge’s officers will take the chairs and present an Empty Chair Degree. Lodge will be followed by a banquet.
Many Brethren look forward to this event and see it as a great opportunity to experience the opportunity of seeing opening/closing ritual from different jurisdictions as well as the occasion to meet old friends and make new ones.
For more information please contact any of the following
RWB Garth Dingee – his number is in the book on the Perth-Andover Exchange,
RWB Dustin Cory – his number is in the book on the Plaster Rock Exchange,
Or email email@example.com
Inter-Provincial Lodge Meeting 2017
Hosted by Acacia Lodge #49, Moncton, NB
September 30th, 2017
Date: Saturday, September 30th, 2017
Time: See the schedule below
Special Note: The Grand Master, MWB John A. Watson will be in attendance
Location: Moncton Masonic Temple, 115 Queen Street Moncton, NB
Lots of Free Parking on Alma Street and in the Parking Lot across from the Lodge Hall on Saturday
(Please car pool anyway. It is a great time to solve all the problems of the world.)
Food: Chowder Meal for $25 or Chilli Meal for $15
Includes Chowder or Chilli, Salad, Rolls, Dessert, Coffee, Tea, Punch
RSVP: Required for the Meal
If you are ordering for others please include their names
We can send you an electronic invoice to pay online.
Please indicate in your email how you wish to pay for your tickets.
RSVP is Prefered for the Lodge meeting (so we have enough chairs setup)
Please include all names and titles to assist in the introduction
Schedule of Activities:
2:00 pm - Masonic Club (main floor) Open for refreshments
4:00 pm - Social Hall (downstairs) Meal is served
5:30 pm (or as soon thereafter as possibile) Lodge meeting (upstairs Lodge room)
7:30 pm (ish) depart for home (depending on the exact start time)
Grand Master's Official Visit to Landmark Lodge #51 in Boiestown. Note: Starting time is 7:30.
1:30 PM Tee Off time. Hampton Golf Club. Shotgun Start - rain or shine. Type of play - 4 person scramble. Dress code: NO Jeans or t-shirts. Buffet meal included.
Cost $80 per golfer (includes green fee, meal and prizes)
(Hampton Golf Club Members pay $40)
There will be a silent auction and other prizes.
Please register by September 8th and make cheques payable to "District #1 Golf Tournament". To register: Dave Ross 696-5363, firstname.lastname@example.org; electronic payments to Graham Fraser at email@example.com
For more information please see the GLNB Facebook group posting. July 16th.
Grand Master's Official Visit to Northumberland Lodge #17 in Miramichi.
A Masonic Gathering in an Outdoor Lodge in New Denmark at RWB Mark Ouelette's camp in the woods. Lodge for Masons, food, music and games for family and friends. Bring camper. tent, or sleeping bag - camping available from September 1 - 3. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or more information on the GLNB Facebook group posting - see July 15th.
District Four Golf Tournament – AUGUST 12th
Benjamin Lodge #31 is again hosting the Annual District Four Golf Tournament.
The Event, organized by WB Roger Fournier, is held at the Picturesque Tobique Valley Golf Club in Plaster Rock.
It all begins with a 9am start, followed by prizes, food and the coveted District Four Golf Trophy.
The cost is $40 and includes a meal of Ham, Beans, Potato Salad and Coleslaw.
For more information, call WB Fournier. He’s in the book on the Perth-Andover 273 Exchange under R and B Fournier.
From the Canadian Cancer Website:
Since 1989, Camp Goodtime has been a summer haven for New Brunswick children who have cancer or have had cancer. It brings them together for a week of fun, adventure and friendships in a safe, medically supervised environment. Camp Goodtime is open to children aged 7–12. A Junior Leadership Program offers unique leadership development opportunities to teens aged 13–16. All children and teens can bring a guest at no cost.
The Canadian Cancer Society is proud to recognize New Brunswick Masonic Charities and Housing Ltd. for their long-standing support of Camp Goodtime. The Masons have been sending children to Camp Goodtime for the past 26 years.
Camp Goodtime is an accredited member of the Canadian Association of Pediatric Oncology Camps (CAPOC). CAPOC is a national collaboration of independently operating children’s oncology camping organizations. The association is committed to ensuring that every child affected by childhood cancer has the opportunity for a safe, first-class pediatric oncology camping experience.
This year’s camp will take place July 9–15, 2017. For more information about dates and registration, contact the Canadian Cancer Society New Brunswick at 1-800-455-9090.
Landmark Lodge #51
1st SEMI ANNUAL PUBLIC WASHER TOSS
Location: Tipsy Canoe Restaurant parking lot, 6496 Route 8, Boiestown, N.B.
Date: Saturday June 10th/Registration 9:20am to 9:50am.
Play starts at 10:00am SHARP.
PRE-REGISTER BY PH: 506 365-0284, FB OR
REGISTRATION CUT-OFF 80 PEOPLE
$20.00 per person -- Draw for partners
Prizes for 1st place Divisional winners
Prized for 1st and 2nd place overall
BBQ Hamburgers and Hot Dogs will be available for purchased.
International Lodge will take place this Saturday, May 20th, beginning at 12 noon ATLANTIC TIME. This event will take place at Lewy's Island Lodge, Princton, Maine. The address is 30 School Street.
Directions are as follows: Pass the Shell gas station. Take the first left, then the first right and the Lodge will be on the left.
A Google Map is posted in this event listing in the Facebook group.
Members from District #5 are asked to share this information with brethren and all are encouraged to attend!