Our December meeting was truly special. It was a step up night for the officers and the program for the evening was the history of Adelphoi Lodge #33, researched and presented by Brother Ryan McCauley. Ryan dug deep and found some really interesting facts about our lodge. You can read about Adelphoi's history on our website, adelphoilodge33.com, but it's fun to see it presented in person.
I can't say it any clearer; if you haven't been to lodge lately you really need to come and witness the energy. It's catching on. We have more members attending, more visitors and more dialog between the members, past masters and officers who want to lead the lodge into the future.
Adelphoi is in strong hands to be sure. Our annual is next month on January 3rd. Be sure to come support next year's line of officers.
W. Bill Gervais
On March 19, 1896 the Masonic Temple on Dorrance Street was completely destroyed by fire. The various bodies of Freemasonry in Providence with the exception of Adelphoi were without a home and Brother Henry A. Kirby as Master of Adelphoi extended the hospitality of Adelphoi Lodge rooms to all homeless Masonic bodies until such time as temporary quarters could be made available elsewhere.
Adelphoi Lodge #33 is donating reader spec glasses and sunglasses in various strengths to the public. These glasses cannot be resold so each pair is labeled with the sticker shown. We would like for every lodge and any customer facing business to accept a box and refills. Please give them away freely as our goal is to help as many people as possible.
Adelphoi Lodge #33
18 Turner Ave
Riverside, RI 02915
Meeting the First Tuesday of the Month
Annual Communication the First Tuesday in January