What's New?

Calendar of Events

Updated: October 27, 2020

Attention: Due to COVID-19, dinner will no longer be served at the Lodge on meeting nights until further notice. 

Nov. 07, 2020                

Deer Season Opener

Nov. 16, 2020                

Stated Communication @ 6:30 pm (no dinner served) 
Election night

Nov. 26, 2020

Thanksgiving Day

Dec. 04, 05, 2020
Mason- E-G Basketball Joint Pasty Bake

 

Dec. 21, 2020

Stated Communication @ 6:30 pm (no dinner served) 
Installation Night

Jan. 08, 09, 2021

Mason- Tumbler Joint Pasty Bake (tentative) 

Jan. 18, 2021

Stated Communication @ 6:30 pm

Jan 22, 23, 2021

Mason- Boy Scouts Joint Pasty Bake

Honoring our Past Masters

We would like to recognize our Past Masters for their years of service and dedication to our Lodge. The Service Awards for 2017 were presented to the following: For 10 Years of Service: Joel Kardell 15 Years: Danny Brinker 25 Years: Franklin Bailey 35 Years: David LeVassuer, Jim Buotto, Cameron Jayson, and Matt Seppi 40 Years: William Keuhn, Edward Nevala, Terry Tilton, Dan Lamppa, Orvis Bjerklie, Robert Cohn, Glenn Hallin, and Victor Koivisto 55 Years: Alden Hendrickson and Thomas Williams 60 Years: William Kovala, John Ritter, and John Damberg The Mason of the Year Award for 2017 was presented to Rev. Terry Tilton This year's special Hiram Award will be presented to Steve Turner in August

Celebrating our Scholarship Winners: Sara Coldagelli

Fun fact! In 1991, the first Eveleth scholarship was awarded at $125. With the matching funds from the Minnesota Masonic Foundation, this made for one scholarship worth $250. Over the years, this amount has increased to $500. In 2015, Virginia Lodge #264 merged with us. They had also been offering annual scholarships. In continuing with their tradition again this year, the Eveleth Lodge offered a total of six scholarships, not for $500 each, but for $1,000 each! To date, we have awarded $39,600 to 78 scholarship recipients, not including the Band Scholarships. Let's meet this year's winners! Left to Right: Jonathan Day, Madison Waldron, Sara Coldagelli, McKenzie Perushek, Kody Lindgren

Celebrating our Scholarship Winners: Kody Lindgren

Fun fact! In 1991, the first Eveleth scholarship was awarded at $125. With the matching funds from the Minnesota Masonic Foundation, this made for one scholarship worth $250. Over the years, this amount has increased to $500. In 2015, Virginia Lodge #264 merged with us. They had also been offering annual scholarships. In continuing with their tradition again this year, the Eveleth Lodge offered a total of six scholarships, not for $500 each, but for $1,000 each! To date, we have awarded $39,600 to 78 scholarship recipients, not including the Band Scholarships. Let's meet this year's winners! Left to Right: Jonathan Day, Madison Waldron, Sara Coldagelli, McKenzie Perushek, Kody Lindgre

Celebrating our Scholarship Winners: McKenzie Perushek

Fun fact! In 1991, the first Eveleth scholarship was awarded at $125. With the matching funds from the Minnesota Masonic Foundation, this made for one scholarship worth $250. Over the years, this amount has increased to $500. In 2015, Virginia Lodge #264 merged with us. They had also been offering annual scholarships. In continuing with their tradition again this year, the Eveleth Lodge offered a total of six scholarships, not for $500 each, but for $1,000 each! To date, we have awarded $39,600 to 78 scholarship recipients, not including the Band Scholarships. Let's meet this year's winners! Left to Right: Jonathan Day, Madison Waldron, Sara Coldagelli, McKenzie Perushek, Kody Lindgren

This publication is issued with the permission of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge A.F. and A.M. of Minnesota.
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Eveleth Lodge

302 Adams Avenue
Eveleth, MN 55734

 

(218) 744-4160

This publication is issued with the permission of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge A.F. and A.M. of Minnesota.