Annawon Lodge has been a part of the community of West Haven, CT. since 1873.
Our regular meetings are held on second and fourth Mondays of every month except July and August. Our lodge building also hosts Goldenrod Chapter #34 OES, Joseph Andrews Chapter #46 of Royal Arch Masons, and the Robert H. Heller Chapter of Demolay.
LAST NIGHT I KNELT WHERE HIRAM KNELT. AUTHOR UNKNOWN. Last night I knelt where Hiram knelt,and took an obligation. And now I’m closer to my God, for I’m a Master Mason. Tho’ heretofore my fellow men seemed each one like
At it’s annual year end election, Annawon Lodge, #115 Ancient Free & Accepted Masons of West Haven has elected Brother Steven R. Mullins, 43 to serve as Worshipful Master for the year 2018. He succeeds Worshipful Brother Frank Mangiero, who
Author: Unknown Several years ago, the story is told of a Mason who always wore his Masonic ring and lapel pin when in public. On some occasions, he rode the bus from his home to the downtown area. On one
Georgia and South Carolina was a much needed travel. Although what initially motivated me to go so promptly wasn’t the best of news. However the healing of a love one is to be celebrated, to that I shout Hallelujah. Won’t
Sunday August 13 was Annawon Lodge’s Summer Picnic. We had great weather with the temperature in the low 80’s. All-in-all a great summer day! Brother and Companion William Kennedy Barr serenaded us with small tunes with his tiny guitar. Food
BROTHER WILLIAM A. SODERMAN Private First Class, U.S. Army, Company K, 9th Infantry, 2d Infantry Division. Rank and organization: Private First Class, U.S. Army, Company K, 9th Infantry, 2d Infantry Division. Place and date: Near Rocherath, Belgium, 17 December
As with many lodges Annawon Lodge #115 has had a considerable decline in membership over the years. Our magnificent temple building at 304 Center Street in West Haven was too large and presented many challenges in upkeep and modernization, so
The Symbol of the Skull and Crossbones and Its Masonic Application by Sir Knight P.D. Newman There has been a great deal of controversy of late concerning the symbol of the skull and crossbones and whether or not it should
Monday January 30 we held a CT-CHIP: Child Identification Program for WHINC, the West Haven Interagency Network for Children. It was a great evening!! We made a child identification packet for the parents of 17 special needs children. Special thanks to
Well Informed Brethren Famous Masonic Author R.W.Bro. Arthur Unknown Thank you! – to our Lodge Historian, Worshipful Brother Bill Barr for this submission In the Charge of the first degree of Freemasonry as printed in the manual in many