On Saturday, June 17th, Mt. Pickering Lodge hosted a table at the Upper Uwchlan Day Block Party, selling cotton candy as part of our annual fundraiser.
We celebrated our annual Strawberry Night at our June Stated Meeting, June 12th 2023. A surprise visit from the Brother s of Shankiah-Fernwood Lodge brought a Troupe long missed. In addition, many familiar faces, which haven’t graced the Lodge in some time. A wonderful meeting, fantastic Fraternity, and a good time had by all.Details
During our May meeting, My Pickering was honored by the Might 40th District officers and District Deputy for our official visitation, the last of the visitation season. Another stupendous dinner from Brother steward, a lively meeting, full of fraternity and fellowship, closing the evening out with dessert and our evening prize giveawayDetails
The April meeting at Mt Pickering Lodge attracted a large crowd to observe our program and it’s speaker. Brother George March PM, from the 5th Masonic District gave a riveting and informative presentation about The Tomb of the Unknown Solder, the grounds at Arlington, it’s history, and the 3rd Infantry Division stationed there. As has…Details
Just like last month, the Grand Lodge of Delaware and Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Officers being present will yield more gifts AND, as described last month, the number of prizes will increase with the number of Brothers in attendance. As a reminder:. As it takes a minimum of five officers to open a lodge, and…Details
On March 13th, 2023 Mt. Pickering Lodge rekindled it’s 80+ year tradition of hosting the Grand Lodge of Delaware for a night of fellowship. Traveling north to attend this event was R.W. Ronald Ferraro, Deputy Grand Master, R. W. James Hanby ,Senior Grand Warden , R.W. Rick McTheny, Junior Grand Warden, and W.B. Kevin O’Rourke,…Details
Just like last year, the Grand Lodge of Delaware visitation will yield more gifts AND, as described last month, the number of prizes will increase with the number of Brothers in attendance. As a reminder:. As it takes a minimum of five officers to open a lodge, and there are twelve officers in the line,…Details