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Hollywood Lodge Festive Board 2018

posted by admin
June 11, 2018


Don't miss one of the most fun events of the year! 7 courses, 1 shot glass, 1 charity, and unlimited out of order toasts! Here is the link for a fast and easy payment. https://clk2.me/FA2QS If you have any questions, please call Eric Bertolli @ 505-249-2413

Fun, Fellowship, Food, Festive Board

posted by admin
May 27, 2012



San Dimas Lodge #428 held their fourth annual Festive Board of Fellowship on Saturday May 26, 2012. Those in attendance traveled back to the “Tun Tavern” in Pennsylvania, on June 18, 1731 to emulate the jolly and humorous atmosphere the Brother’s and friends would have shared with one another at a Table Lodge. Each course, of the seven course gourmet meal was preceded by a toast and a song.  The participants’ singing was enhanced by the beautiful accompaniment on the piano by the Grand Organist, Stephen Miller, who is also a member of San Dimas Lodge.

The Brethren, their families and many members of the Grand Lodge family laughed their way through each course, each piece of the never ending eating utensils, each filling of the specially engraved souvenir glasses, or “cannons”, each firing and discharging of the cannons and the ending of each toast with everyone trying to firmly place their cannon back on the table in unison. There were occasionally a few dinner guests that did not replace their glass in unison with the rest of their dinner companions, and they were laughingly cautioned to do better on the next toast.

The Lodge presented the Grand Master, Frank Loui, with a beautiful handmade maul and sounding block and a donation to his Grand Masters’ Project, “Raising a Reader”.  A wonderful evening was had by all, and no one went home hungry.

Submitted by:

Frank Lee AGL Division 8



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