On Tuesday, April 13, Greenwich Freemasons, Acacia Lodge No. 85, invite the public to join them between 6:30-7:30pm, before their meeting to learn more about Freemasonry and meet members of the Lodge.
The meeting location is the St. Lawrence Society, 86 Valley Rd, in Cos Cob, CT. Feel free to email Lodge Master, Michael Sabia at [email protected] to reserve your spot.
Attendees will have an opportunity to see the fraternal organization’s set-up, gain a greater understanding of Freemasonry, hear about the charitable work being done and ask Acacia Lodge No. 85 members questions.
Acacia Lodge No. 85, also known as the Greenwich Freemasons, was formed in 1857 in Greenwich.
Freemasonry, the world’s oldest extant fraternal organization, provides a social environment with an opportunity for members to build character through both education and a focus on service to others. Greenwich Freemasons strengthen their relationships with their families, in their neighborhoods and become leaders within the community of Greenwich, Connecticut. Acacia Lodge No. 85 meets the second Tuesday of each month at the St. Lawrence Society in Cos Cob. They are known for local service projects such as donating 100 Christmas Trees to Neighbor to Neighbor for the past several years.
For more information about Acacia Lodge No. 85 visit www.greenwichfreemason.org or follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/greenwichfreemasons.net and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/greenwichfreemasons/. Feel free to contact Lodge Master Mike Sabia with additional questions [email protected].
Learn more about Freemasonry in Greenwich on Tuesday, April 13th from 6:30-7:30PM at the St. Lawrence Society in Cos Cob, prior to Acacia Lodge No. 85’s monthly meeting.
Mike Sabia (left), Lodge Master of Acacia Lodge No. 85, Greenwich Freemasons.
The Sargeant Family, all members of Acacia Lodge No. 85. From left: Donald Sargeant, Matthew Sargeant and Robert Scott Sargeant.