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.
Just Brothers hanging out together in the cloud. The homework assignment is to come up with ideas for how we as Masons can help the community in this time of crisis.