Pitman Masonic Lodge #197 Free and Accepted Masons
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May 10, 2022 Regular Communication.
Vote on John Sweeney for reinstatement.
(Pending approval from Grand Lodge)
May 14, 2022. All You Can Eat Breakfast, 8-11 AM
come out and support the lodge and get a great breakfast too. Cost $10-adults,
May 21, 2022 Pitman Craft Fair- This is a major fund raiser and anyone that can help is encouraged to do so.
May 26, 2022 DLI Mantua, starts at 7PM.
2022 tentative date of Yard Sale
2022 All You Can eat Breakfast
June 16th, 2022. The 18th and 21st Districts are hosting the official visit of M.W. Richard V. Monacelli, Grand Master of the State of new Jersey.
Tickets are $55pp. For more information see your
DLI: May 26, 2022 Mantua #95
DLI: June 23, 2022 Woodstown #138
District Lodge Meetings
Second Thursday of the month.
Wednesday of the month.
Clarksboro: First Monday of the
Williamstown: First and third
Tuesday of the month.
Woodstown: The first Tuesday of
Pitman: The second Tuesday of the
The dues for Pitman Lodge will be $150 for next year(2022). We have made it easier for you to pay your dues. Click on the link to Paypal and you can
pay with a credit/debit card or your Paypal account. You may also scan the QR code on your mobile device to pay. Thank you.
Click here to find out about the Annual Chicken BBQ, happening on July 30th, 2022. Please order tickets or see a lodge member for tickets
Message from the Worshipful Master
We are now heading into the month
of May and we still have work in the quarry to do. We have our All You Can Eat
Breakfast coming up.
The Pitman Craft Show on the 21st
of May, where we do the parking, is one of our best fundraisers.
We are possibly having a yard sale
on the 4th of June at the lodge; this will be a part of Pitman garage
Sale day. Then our breakfast on June 11th and before we know it, it's
chicken barbecue time. If you can Brothers, please try to attend a regular
business meeting so all are aware of upcoming events and remember- participation
If any brother knows a good candidate for Masonry please try to get them to join our fraternity. It is always good to have more brethren as our ranks are thinning.
“Masonic labor is purely a labor of love. He who
seeks to draw Masonic wages in gold or silver will be disappointed. The wages of
a Mason are earned and paid in their dealings with one another, sympathy begets
sympathy, kindness begets kindness, helpfulness begets helpfulness and these are
the wages of a mason.”
Benjamin Franklin, Grandmaster of Pennsylvania 1790.
Brian M Kane
Attest: Michael Paris, Secretary