When the new Temple was opened for public inspection on November 15, 1920, it was proclaimed at the time as “one of the finest buildings for lodge purposes in the State.”
The Honeoye Falls Masons seek to honor the efforts and challenges of all members of its broad community with the burying of a 100-year time capsule.
The local paper covers the Covid fundraising efforts of Union Star Lodge No. 320.
You can see the links to the Union Star Lounge episodes elsewhere, but here’s how the local paper reported each of them.
Union Star Lodge No. 320 had the privilege to have had its latest community outreach effort highlight by the Monroe District’s online news site.
Find out about the official report of Union Star Lodge No. 320, F. & A. M. as it was in 1913.
By the late 19th Century, the doings of the local masonic lodge was considered an important aspect of a community’s history. It was no different for Mendon and Honeoye Falls.
Yet another distant newspaper covers the fire that destroyed Union Star Lodge No. 320’s records. Does anyone else find this odd?
Why did the news of the fire that destroyed the Honeoye Falls Masonic Lodge’s records get covered from this far away?
This is how the fire that destroyed Union Star Lodge No. 320 records was initially covered.