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About the Lodge

Our Lodge is named after one of the Earls of Dalhousie who were Grand Master of Masons in Scotland in the early 1800’s. The Earls of Dalhousie were leaders of Clan Ramsay in Scotland and their Crest is a unicorns head couped Argent armed Or and their Motto is ORA ET LABORA (from Latin: "pray and work"). Dalhousie Lodge inherited the Crest and Motto and still uses these today.

 

Charity is a big part of being a Mason and we support several charitable causes such as:

  • The Shriners Burns Hospital Children's Transportation Fund, which transports children to Shriners Hospitals free of charge to the family

  • The Red Cross Blood Donation Drives, held at the Newtonville Masonic Building

  • The Masonic Angel Fund for needy children in local schools

  • The Masonic Learning Centers for children with dyslexia

 

The Lodge is centrally located in Eastern Massachusetts, just minutes from Mass Turnpike at the center of Newtonville. A tour of our Lodge in Newton can be arranged to suit any schedule.

Current Lodge Officers
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Wor. Douglas Wagoner

Worshipful Master WM@thedalhousielodge.org

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Bro. Mert Sahin
Robert Y. Chan
Wor. Robert Y. Chan
Wor. Richard Leung

Senior Deacon

Bro. Joseph Nowicki

Senior Stewart

Wor. Gary Yee

Marshall

Wor. Sebastian Napolitano

Ritualist

Rt. Wor. Dana A. Jackson

Organist

Vacant

Tyler

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Bro. Douglas S. Grunert
Gary F. Yee
Bro. Gary F. Yee
Wor. Russel Dumas

Junior Deacon

Bro. Eric Solomine

Junior Stewart

Bro. Michael J Cuccurullo

Chaplain

Wor. Peter A. Mooridian

Ritualist

Bro. Menachem Weisenberg

Electrician

Vacant

Inside Sentinel

Lodge Ambassadors
Bro. Mert Sahin
Wor. Sebastian J. Napolitano
Bro. Douglas S. Grunert
Wor. Douglas Wagoner
Bro. Michael Lee
Wor. Richard Leung
Bro. Jameson Yee
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