Nine men met this Wednesday evening, March 21st, to peer into Hume’s views on Moral Philosophy. Following a 30 minute recorded lecture by Prof. Daniel Robinson, from our library of The Great Courses, Our Junior Warden (Kent Smith) facilitated a group discussion of … just what exactly was David Hume talking about, anyhow? Read More
Friendship abounds in March! I am ready to make that claim after the wonderful showing of fraternity and brotherly love at our Stated Meeting last Wednesday. We saw a tremendous crowd, with Brothers both familiar and new visiting from several Lodges to enjoy the warmth and fellowship of Friendship Lodge. Read More
Following surprisingly wintry weather in February, our first philosophy discussion night of 2018 will be on Wednesday, March 21 at 7:00pm at the Kenton Temple. We will be watching and discussing Prof. Daniel N. Robinson’s lecture, “Moral Science and the Natural World”, in the context of our willfully obligating ourselves as Masons.
Wine, fellowship, light – what a night this promises to be! Read More
February is the best time of year for Masons to travel! Friendship Lodge started the month off with a visit to Beaverton Lodge to retrieve a gavel they claimed from us last year. WB Don Martin (the Master of Beaverton) graciously offered WB Lee of Friendship the opportunity to close his Lodge. Not one week later however, did Kenton 145 travel en masse to Friendship – stealing away our hard-won gavel again! It seems we needn’t put away our road gear just yet. In addition to their delightful company, Kenton presented Friendship with an artifact from our past – a cigar ashtray commemorating the cornerstone laying of an addition to our former building. Read More