“It is organized as a fellowship of men, a system of morals, a philosophy taught by degrees through the use ofHarry S. Truman (1884-1972)
symbol, story, legend, pictures, and drama. It has served as a center of union among differing backgrounds,
cultures, and countries. It serves as the means of conciliating true friendship among persons, who, because of
differences, must have otherwise remained at a perpetual distance.”
The Master’s Cornerstone
Caleb Butler Lodge is now Fully Open, and I am looking forward to revival of masonic meetings, gatherings and brotherhood.
Please join us for the return of the Caleb Butler Lodge Surf and Turf dinner after our regular communication 7pm June 14th at
the Ayer masonic apartments. Weather permitting, dinner will be taken on the new Past Masters Patio. I hope to see all seats and
See Brother Jonathan Peckham for reservation and be on the lookout for the official Evite
At our June meeting we plan to have a short meeting, hold election for our next slate of officers (Good Luck Brother Lindberg),
enjoy a selection of classical works on the piano by a special guest of the Lodge Miss Yoko Igarashi a classical pianist for the
Boston Ballet. Then retire to dinner by 7pm
I am also looking forward to making some new Masons in July. At 7pm on July 12th and 19th we will be holding two 1st degree
ceremonies, these will be in person only (no Zoom) so please come out and bear witness to the start of the Masonic journey of
our newest brothers.
If you have a question about the lodge or freemasonry or just want to chat, please reach out to me, my number is 508-397-5075
call or text.
Wor. Thom P. Lebrun, Master