Charles W. Moore Then and Now

1980

2019

Front Row L to R (Bro. Kyle C., Wor. Mike C., Gonzalo B.)
Second Row. L to R (Bro. Chris G., Bro. Karl E., Bro. Inacio G.,
Bro. Tom R., Bro. Erik B., Bro. Daniel A.,Bro. Brennan M.
Third Row L to R. (Wor. Dennis V., Bro. Joe F.)

Trees for Soldiers 2019

Our 9th Trees for Soldiers is in the books and for 9 straight years the program has grown. Our unofficial total is 651 trees!!! All provided to our US Servicemen and Women at no charge as our thank you for their service and sacrifice.

Fitchburg Freemasonry

Fitchburg Freemasonry

Veterans Day Breakfast 2019

The members of Charles W Moore Masonic Lodge, Fitchburg, Gardner and Fitchburg Shriners, Leominster Post 151 boy scouts , Aroma Joes Coffee Leominster and IC credit union teamed up to celebrate Veterans Day serving breakfast to over 70 of our local veterans!!

Trees for Soldiers

santatreeStarting Nov.23rd through the Week of Dec 17th at the Gardeners Spot 66 Granite Street Leominster Ma. 01453.  Whether it’s a couple hours or all day. you would help set up trees on stands as they are purchased, help bringing trees to cars,  and is some cases making folks comfortable and putting a greet face on the program.

  • Dec 13th 3:00PM , Help needed at the gardeners Spot to load trees on the trailer for the Dec 14th Day on Devens.

  • Dec 14th 7:00am volunteers to meet at devens to help unload and set up for the event.  The Boston Bruins Foundation will be on site from 12-3 meeting US Military Men and Women and assisting with trees as well.

  • Dec 14th 3pm-5pm breakdown of the site.

All that are interested to participate on Devens should drop Joe Firmani a note as soon as possibly.  I can send vetting paperwork to be filled out speeding up access to the base. Even if you are considering it do the form just in case.  If you are or we US Military, just show your credentials at the gate

Townsend Memorial Day Parade

Members of Charles W Moore Lodge and the 22nd Masonic District marched in the Townsend Memorial Day Parade and paid their respects to MW Henry Price, founder of Duly Constituted Freemasonry in The United States.