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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

Congratulations Alana Lindberg!

Alana Lindberg is the daughter of Bob Lindberg and Michele Farge of Gilbert. Michele's significant other is Joe Fredrickson, a member of Eveleth Lodge. While in school, Alana was a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Band, Iron Range Youth in Action, and Volunteers in Education. She participated in basketball, swimming & diving, volleyball, softball, and track. She volunteered at joint players' volleyball practices and at basketball practices. Alana plans on attending St. Scholastica to pursue a degree in Nursing, and after her Bachelors Degree, she plans on going on to be a Nurse Practitioner. She presently works as a CNA at St. Michael's Rehabilitation Center and wi

Congratulations Kyle Sickel!

Kyle Sickel is the son of Tracy Sickel of Eveleth. While in school, he was a member of Knowledge Bowl and the Math Team. He played football, basketball, track & field, and was a member of the E-G Athletic Club. Kyle was also an alter server at his church. He is the great-grandson of Charles Sickel, who served as Worshipful Master of Eveleth Lodge in 1956. Kyle plans on attending UMD and earning a Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering, for which he has already taken several classes while attending high school. Kyle was ranked #1 out of his class of 52. Congratulations Kyle!

Congratulations to Madison Hokkanen!

Madison Hokkanen is the daughter of Phyllis Hokkanen and Paul Edelstein of Virginia. While in high school, she was a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, and LEO's Club. She sang in both Choir and A Cappella Choir. She tutored, was in Poms, Volleyball, Softball, and she helped at the Salvation Army by packing food. Madison will attend the University of MN and double major in Entrepreneurial Studies and Global Studies. She was ranked #15 out of her class of 96. Congratulations Madison!

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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.