If you weren’t there, we missed you. Zoom info comes in your notice. See you in March.
Certainly not as good as a live meeting, but the upside is that Bro. Michael can join us from Los Angeles!
Another successful food drive to benefit Arlington EATS. This might become a habit.
Members of Mystic Valley and Pequossette Lodges of Arlington celebrated Masonic Awareness Day by holding a food drive to benefit Arlington EATS, our local food pantry.
Across the Pacific is a three-hour documentary series about one of the great milestones in aviation history: the 1935 crossing of the Pacific Ocean by a Pan American Airways flying boat known as the China Clipper.
Line producer Mike Bowes, working with Patsy Kraemer, again rented the Arlington Masonic Temple for a starring role because of its beautifully preserved vintage appearance.
More about the documentary here: https://www.acrossthepacific.net/.
You can watch Across the Pacific on the PBS web site:
From the Boston Globe, June 23, 1922, page 5. Thanks to Arlington Historian, Richard Duffy, for this discovery. The circus was a fundraiser for the new building, and it looks like it was a huge event in town. If you happen to run across any photos or flyers from this event, please let me know – Alan.