Worshipful Master Glenn A. Jacques
From The East
My Brothers and friends of Hiram Lodge No.1,
As a lodge, we have been extremely busy and what a great year we've been having. The enthusiasm and participation of all our officers and brothers has been inspirational. As usual, our ritual work has been exceptional and gone without a hitch. Even when I broke my foot on the day of our Entered Apprentice degree, our Senior Warden, Bro. Fred Marotti, stepped right in and the night went fantastically.
This year we were able to raise thousands of dollars for our charities. We worked hard, (hands on) with "Life Haven" by making their time in the facility much more enjoyable. I congratulate "Team Hiram" for winning the Pizza Challenge and for everyone’s time and effort in raising money for our charity
"The Fisher House". In September we made and served a great dinner for the "Columbus House" and had great fellowship while feeding the homeless. In October we had our big event of the year for "The Animal Haven", where we had a great time at the Fur Ball by turning our banquet hall into a grand ballroom and raising thousands of dollars to help save abandoned and homeless animals . For me thus far, the highlight of the year was seeing R.W. Brother, Robert C. Moon receive the "Pierpont Edwards Award in Bronze". In attendance were the Grand Master and his officers, brothers of Hiram, and most of Bob's family and friends. That evening we also recognizing our charities and the brothers who worked so hard at making the events successful. What a great night for the lodge!
At our Stated Meeting in November, the Masonic Play, "Martin and Max " was on the agenda and was a great night of education, inspiration and fellowship. My brothers one of my goals this year has been to bring you as much Masonic education as I could, through guest speakers, and our awesome Masonic Education program, which is run by Brother Al Johnson. This has proven to be such a great program that even the Grandmaster attended a class to see how it was run. I'm happy to say that it has been very successful.
In closing, I would like to congratulate all of our 2019 Master Masons and new brothers, I sincerely hope that you take full advantage of all that we have to offer as a lodge and the immeasurable knowledge and education from our brothers. As usual, Hiram is strong going into next year, and I feel confident and comfortable with the future of our historic lodge, Olde Hiram. I sincerely enjoy the challenge and experience of being Master of Hiram Lodge No.1 and I feel a closer connection with all of my brothers. Let’s keep on doing what we’re doing and continue to be a great example of Connecticut freemasonry.
W.B. Glenn A. Jacques
Worshipful Master , Hiram Lodge No.1, A.F. & A.M.
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Hiram Lodge #1 AF & AM meets in the Lodge Building at 285 Whitney Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut. Chartered in 1750, we have been a part of the New Haven community for 269 years. We are the oldest lodge in the state and are proud to be a member of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of the State of Connecticut. We, along with over Ninety other lodges in our state are part of the estimated Six Million members of Free Masonry, world wide. Hiram Lodge #1 is a proud member of our New Haven community.
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