Fulton Lodge will be opening its doors to the public on Wednesday, August 1, 2018. Everyone is invited to tour our historic building, learn about our fraternity, and meet the brothers that make Fulton Lodge #69. Hamburgers, hot dogs, and other refreshments will be available for everyone. There is no cost for this event. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
**THIS EVENT IS CANCELED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED DUE TO FUNERAL OF BROTHER SIMONSON OF LODGE 5**.
In the spirit of Masonic tradition, Janesville Western Star Lodge 55 and Madison Lodge 5 will be having a picnic to mark the observance of the Festival of St John the Baptist. They’ll provide burgers, brats and beverages to those holding FREE tickets from EventBrite. Please bring a dish to pass. The event will be at the Cooksville Commons in Cooksville, which is on Highway 59 southwest of Edgerton. We have a shelter in the event of rain. This is a family event, so ladies and children are welcome. Our RW Brother David Ritchie will speak about St John and his symbolism for Masons. Fun and fellowship!!
Free tickets available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/saint-john-the-baptist-day-tickets-45904057271
Coffee begins at 8:30 a.m. with District Meeting to begin at 9:00 a.m. Featured speakers will include Jesse Furrer with an update on insurance, Lauri Eckmann with Live Better at Home, and Rich Rygh will speak about media relations. The Right Worshipful Deputy Grand Master will also address the meeting.
Be sure to bring pencils, pens, paper, your phone, and a copy of your Lodge roster along with your Lodge’s plan for membership retention and growth.
Your District 9 Team looks forward to seeing you there!
Fulton Lodge № 69 is hosting a Veterans Appreciation Dinner on Thursday, November 9, 2017 at our lodge building at 312 West Fulton Street in Edgerton. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. This free dinner is open to the entire community.
Benjamin Franklin Lodge #83 and Fulton Lodge #69 will jointly be holding a Trap Shoot on Sunday, October 15, 2017 at Tronnes’ Pond located at 855 Washington Road, Edgerton, WI. Bro. Austin Tronnes has been kind enough to let us use his private shooting range, and all Masons and their guests are welcome. $5 at the door to cover the cost of pigeons, and food will be available. Bring your own ammunition and some quarters for games. Don’t have a gun? Bring ammunition for 12ga shotguns, as we should have some extra shotguns to loan.
Fulton Lodge will host the Spring 2017 District 9 Meeting at our building at 312 W. Fulton Street, Edgerton, Wisconsin on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Door open at 8:30 am with coffee and light refreshments. Ladies are invited and encouraged to attend.
- 8:30 / 9:00 am Coffee & Carbs
- 9:00 am Opening Prayer
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Welcome – James R Gajdosik Jr, DDGM
- Educational Agenda:
PBL –Membership/ Getting to Know Your Brother
- Presented by DDGM Jim Gajdosik, AA Noah Schultz & AA Adam Witt
- Youth Groups
- Presented by RWJGW Bob Strader
- Announcements & Recognition
- Lodge Announcements & Invitations From the Brothers
- Traveling Gavel update
- Presentation of the Attendance award
12:00 pm Adjourn – THANK YOU for being here!
Fulton Lodge is proud to present the following officers installed for the 2017 Masonic year:
Adam T. Witt, WM
Bob Bradley, SW
Michael J. Penyak, III, JW
Mike Green, SD
Glen Witt, JD
Kevin Masanz, Secretary/Treasurer
Roger Amundson, Tiler
Leroy Huber, Counselor
Fulton Lodge № 69 will be holding a public installation of its officers on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 beginning at 7:00 p.m. All are welcome to this open installation, and Masons are encouraged to bring their family and friends as guests. Installing Master Erik Nielsen will be presiding. Dinner and fellowship to follow.
Fulton Lodge #69 and Benjamin Franklin Lodge #83 will be celebrating Wisconsin Freemason Day by jointly sponsoring a Trap Shoot on Saturday, October 8, 2016 beginning at 12:34 p.m. at Tronnes’ Pond. Bro. Austin Tronnes has been kind enough to let us use his private shooting range, and all Masons and their guests are welcome. $5 at the door to cover the cost of pigeons, and food will be available. Bring your own ammunition and some quarters for games.
Don’t have a gun? Bring ammunition for 12ga shotguns, as we should have some extra shotguns to loan.
Not a Mason? Come find out who we are and what we do!
On Saturday, August 27th, The Milton Masonic Lodge will be hosting the District 9 Summer District Meeting. It will be a “friends & family” style picnic with activities.
The featured speaker will be Right Worshipful Junior Grand Steward Dave Ritchie.
Jane Olisar will speak about the Three Pillars senior living communities, and Laura Slavik will speak about Job’s Daughters.
Meat and Beverages will be provided. Please bring a dish to pass, a lawn chair, the family, friends Masonic and Non-Masonic. If the weather becomes inclement we will move the meeting to the Masonic Lodge. Please share with your Brothers as soon as possible.
Children are also welcome, and are invited to bring swimsuits as we will be close to the Splashpad. Bring your baseball or softball glove and bats, so that a game can be put together if we have enough interest.
Although reservations are not required, we ask that you RSVP to District #9 DDGM James (Jim) Gajdosik at [email protected] by August 21 so that we order enough meat and beverages for everyone.
Goodrich Park South
Splash Pad & Pavilion
US Highway 59
Milton, Wisconsin (See map below)
- Arrival & Activities
- Opening prayer
- Pledge of Allegiance
12:00 p.m. (noon)
- Three Pilars Speaker, Jane Olisar
- Job’s Daughter Speakers, Laura Slavik and Sherri Arnold
- Junior Grand Steward Dave Ritchie — What is it to be a Mason and Officer Duties
- Milton Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC) — What is a Chamber of Commerce and its benefits
- Travelling Plaque Presentation
- Lodge Announcements
- Travelling Gavel Ipdate
- Closing Prayer
After the Meeting
- Tour of the Milton House (Depending on Interest)
- Softball Game (Depending on Interest)