Recent photographs of district events
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At its stated meeting Monday, May 18, 2009, New London Lodge was honored to have as its guest speaker W. Bro. S. Brent Morris, 33° G.C., editor of "The Scottish Rite Journal," author of numerous books on Freemasonry and a frequent guest expert on national television programs focusing on Freemasonry. Here, after addressing the lodge's members and guests, Bro. Morris stands at front center with elected and appointed officers of New London Lodge.

On May 6, 2009, members of Job's Daughters visited Howell Lodge #405 in Honeybrook, PA, and performed the "Masonic Tribute" ceremony before Officers and Members. Several ladies from the Order of Eastern Star also attended. The daughters presented their Bethel Flag in the East and sang the "Bethel Flag Song." Miss Sara Winter, Honored Queen of Bethel #17, Hershey, PA, explained the symbolism of the Job's Daughter Flag. Afterwards, everyone retired to the social hall for refreshments. Pictured from left are (front row) Amy Winter, Kate Walkling; (second row) Jen Walkling P.H.Q., Arika Berwanger, Sara Winter, H.Q.; (back rows) the Officers of Howell Lodge #405 - A. James Dillion, P.M., Worshipful Master.

In 2002 at a gathering at Coatesville, Past Masters Robert F. Trimble and Basil Veiga of New London Lodge No. 545 present a check for $1,000 to the Avon Grove, Pa., chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers.

In 2000, New London Lodge No. 545 and Boy Scout Troop No. 62 built a 50-foot bridge over the creek at Elwood Crossan Park, in Franklin Township. The late Pennsylvania state senator and Brother Clarence Bell stands on the right.

In 2002 at a gathering at Coatesville, New London Lodge No. 545 receives an award from the Fifth Masonic District's drug and alcohol program.

From left, New London Lodge No. 545 Worshipful Master Wayne A. Worthington; W. Bro. S. Brent Morris, 33° G.C.; Bro. Gary L. Dukeman, D.D.G.M., Fifth Masonic District (Pa.), during Bro. Morris' visit to New London Lodge at its stated meeting the evening of Monday, May 18, 2009.

CHIP event on March 14, 2009, at the Landenburg (Pa.) Community Country Club.

On April 8, 2009, Justin Berwanger, Past Master Councilor and Member David Hummel along with Michele Zurawski from Miller-Keystone Blood Center visit Howell Lodge No. 405 in Honey Brook, Pa. (A. James Dillow, Worshipful Master), to encourage Masonic Lodges in Chester County to host blood-collection drives.

On March 11, 2009, Freedom Chapter - Order of DeMolay visit Knight Templar, Royal Arch Chapter No. 223 at Oxford the invitation of the Most Excellent High Priest, Sir Knight David J. Hummel, Presiding Officer. Master Councilor Robert Walkling performed the Shield Talk for members and guests.

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