Throwback Thursday: Robert Burns Night

For our “Throwback Thursday” post, we look back to the early weeks of this year when Mid-Century Lodge hosted our annual Burns Supper.


Robert Burns (1759–1796)

Robert Burns was an eighteenth century Scottish poet and author. He was one of the best known poets who wrote in Scots language and Scots dialect, and he is therefore seen as an important figure in the development of modern Scottish identity. He was also one of the most noteworthy Freemasons of his day. Continue reading

Lodge Hall Stone Mason Awarded 60-Year Pin

Brother Warren P. Newman received his 60 year membership award from the Grand Lodge Of Ohio at our annual awards night. His lady Edith watched the presentation from Right Excellent Donald Morgan, the District Deputy Grand Master. Continue reading