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Pewee Valley Lodge No. 829 received this beautiful, Masonic Homes apron from the Masonic Homes during the District 17 meeting, in recognition of a donation made to the Masonic Homes in the name of the Lodge.  Thank you to the Brother who anonymously made the donation and the Masonic Homes for the recognition!

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Left to Right: John Adkins, Tom McShane, Hubert Huffman, Jim Stephens, Gene Crady, Phil Wyatt, Don Whitehouse, James Willis, Doug Flowers, Larry Mann, Rob Henry and Bob Payne

 

Pewee Valley Lodge held a Past Masters and Widows luncheon and reception for Past Masters of the Lodge and friends of the Lodge.

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Brother Clayton E. Stoess Sr.

 

On Saturday, July 4th, 2020, Brother Clayton E. Stoess Sr. turned 102 years old!  Bro. Clayton is a Past Master of Pewee Valley Lodge No. 829, having served as Master of the Lodge in 1953.  He is also a World War II veteran, serving on a minesweeper during the Normandy beach invasion and also in Japan after V-J day.  Brother Clayton is a life long resident of Crestwood, Kentucky and has been civically involved his entire life.  Happy Birthday Brother Clayton!

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Past Master Brother Bob Payne receives his 50 Year Service Pin and Award from 2020 Master John Adkins

 

Brother Bob Payne is a Past Master of Pewee Valley Lodge No. 829 and was awarded with a pin and free membership card from the Grand Lodge of Kentucky for having been a Kentucky Mason for 50 years.  Few Brothers ever earn this distinguished honor.  Its a testament to this Brothers and Freemasonry as a whole, for a life dedicated to serving others.  Congratulations Brother Bob!

Brothers, due to the ongoing concerns about the Corona virus, the Most Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, Brother Geary Laird has called to temporarily cease all Masonic activity (including Lodge meetings) throughout the state of Kentucky, through June 28th, 2020.  At which time, the Grand Master and the Grand Lodge will further assess the situation and make a judgement for future meetings and events.

During this time, we encourage you to keep a watchful eye over yourselves, your families, your Brothers, your friends and your neighbors.  If anyone needs any assistance, please contact any of our officers in the Lodge; we will be more than glad to help you (and our community) in any way we can.  God Bless!

Thank you and take care of yourselves!