// FUSION EVENT FOR JAN 2017

THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS 18 OCT 16

Brethren, Family & Friends of THE LODGE of THE ARGONAUTS, No. 8210 You are cordially invited by our Worshipful Master Bro. Durairaj Jawahar to join us for our 50th Anniversary Fund - Charity Evening "FUSION" at Freemasons Hall, Leicester on Saturday 21st January from 7:00pm

Raising funds in aid of our 50th Charter Year to be celebrated in 2018, It is very much hoped that you will be able to support our Worshipful Master, our Lodge and the 50th Anniversary Committee at this event, and we look forward to seeing you there, along with your guests.

During the evening you'll enjoy a Live Band playing hits from the 70's, 80's, 90's and Millenia as well as Bhangra Music, Bollywood Dancers and a Cultural Fusion Hot and Cold Buffet.

It is recommended to book as early as possible as this event will be exceptionally popular and likely to sell out!

ONLY £35.00 PER PERSON

A proportion of the proceeds raised from this event will be donated to MIND and TargetOvarianCancerShould you have any questions regarding the event, please do not hesitate to contact W. Bro. Ken Mosskenmoss2@btinternet.com

// MEMORABLE EVENING FOR

THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS 05 DEC 15

The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 assembled at Freemasons Hall, Leicester to the number of c.70 Brethren from across the Province and beyond for a very memorable evening for both our candidate Mr. Vijay Naik and his Father W. Bro. Narendra Naik who was offered the Chair by our Worshipful Master W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura to Initiate his second (LEWIS) son into the Craft and The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210.

 

Graced with visitors from far and wide, we were delighted and honoured to receive R. W. Bro. David Hagger the Provincial Grand Master of Leicestershire and Rutland accompanied by W. Bro. Steven Davison PGDC, R.W. Bro. Michael Roalfe PPGM, W. Bro. Philip Dodd PAPGM and other distinguished guests W. Bro. Leslie Hamilton PAGDC and W. Bro. Alan Hurdley PAGDC. Our Mother Lodge, The Lodge of the Golden Fleece, No. 2081 and our Sister Lodge, Jason Lodge, No. 7716 were also in attendance to offer their support. 

 

All Brethren were treated to a superb Ceremony followed by a sumptuous Christmas festive board with Turkey hand carved by W. Bro. Robert Boulton and W. Bro. William Smith followed by the Procession of the Christmas Pudding led by our Newly made Brother, Bro. Vijay Naik and the Provincial Grand Master of Leicestershire and Rutland R. W. Bro. David Hagger.

 

A superb evening for all those attending, in particular for our Newly made Brother, Bro. Vijay Naik who we all congratulate and wish him a long healthy Masonic career. Thank you to all those who attended and made the evening truly memorable!

 

// LINKS TO OTHER LODGES

WITHIN THE PROVINCE

// FOR NAMESAKE

W. BRO. ALAN HURDLEY 05 DEC 2015

W. Bro. Alan Hurdley of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 had a very symbolic similarity to his guest during our 01st December meeting, one that has united the two Brethren from North and South. W. Bro. Alan Hurdley of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 met with his Namesake W. Bro. Alan Hurdley from The Prince of Wales Lodge, No. 2520 in the Province of Yorkshire, West Riding. Both W. Bro. Hurdley’s enjoyed a superb evening in each others company and we’re sure that it will be the start of many visits between the two as the Craft brings them even closer! Congratulations to both W. Bro. Alan Hurdley’s!

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// LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS RAISE MORE THAN £500.00 FOR MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT 26 NOV 15

On the evening of Wednesday 18th November the Brethren, Family & Friends of THE LODGE of THE ARGONAUTS, No. 8210 assembled at Gildings Auctioneers, Market Harborough, Leicestershire for our highly anticipated Charity auction of Promises.

 

The event was a huge success attracting more than 50 Guests from across the Province. The doors opened at 6:00pm and guests were treated to an evening of superb wine and a private preview of Gildings Auctioneers forthcoming Fine Art sale with more than 600 lots on display. Our charity auction of promises promptly followed at 7:30pm with 42 splendid lots on offer, W. Bro. John Gilding took to the rostrum wielding his auctioneers gavel and managed a superb sales total of £1,800.00, the total raised on the evening was a magnificent £2,100.00 of which £500.00 from the auction and a further £100.00 that was raised from the sale of raffle tickets and wine contributions will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support.   

 

This was the second in a series of charitable events raising funds towards our 50th Charter Year to be celebrated in 2018, our next event is scheduled for March 2016 which will be a Sporting Clay Shoot and is open to competitors from other Lodges across the Province.

 

Finally, our Worshipful Master W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura and our 50th Anniversary Sub-Committee would like to sincerely thank all those who supported this wonderful evening that produced such a superb result for Macmillan Cancer Support

// CHARITY AUCTION OF PROMISES SUPPORTING

MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT 05 NOV 15

Brethren, Family & Friends of THE LODGE of THE ARGONAUTS, No. 8210 You are cordially invited by our Worshipful Master W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura to join us for our 50th Anniversary Fund - Charity auction of Promises at Gildings Auctioneers, Market Harborough, Leicestershire on Wednesday 18th November from 6:00pm

 

Raising funds in aid of our 50th Charter Year to be celebrated in 2018, It is very much hoped that you will be able to support our Worshipful Master, our Lodge and the 50th Anniversary Committee at this event, and we look forward to seeing you there, along with your guests During the evening “Gildings Auctioneers”.

 

TICKETS ONLY £5.00 PER PERSON

 

A proportion of the proceeds raised at the Charity Auction will be donated to MacMillan Cancer SupportShould you have any questions regarding the event, please do not hesitate to contact

W. Bro. Ken Mosskenmoss2@btinternet.com

 

Please click on the image to the right to view or download the sale catalogue. An absentee bidding / instruction  form can be found at the back of the catalogue for those interested in bidding on any of the lots available in the sale but are unable to attend on the evening. Thank you for your kind support!

// OUR WORSHIPFUL MASTER

AND HIS OFFICERS 03 NOV 15

A very warm welcome from our Worshipful Master, his officers and the Brethren of the Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210. We hope you enjoy exploring our website and its content, we aim to provide you with an overview of Freemasonry. Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations.

 

There are over 250,000 Freemasons meeting in more than 8,000 Masonic lodges throughout England and Wales. Our values are based on integrity, kindness, honesty and fairness. Freemasonry offers the opportunity of meeting a wide variety of people from the local community in a very sociable environment.

 

"I hope you will find this website informative whether you are interested in Freemasonry in general, wish to become a member or looking for information about The Lodge of the Argonauts in particular." W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura Master of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 

// 49TH INSTALLATION MEETING FOR

THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS 06 OCT 15

The 329th Regular meeting of The Lodge of the Argonauts saw our Master Elect take to the Chair in our 49th Installation meeting which was held at Freemasons Hall, Leicester on Tuesday 06th October 2015 W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura was installed into the Masters Chair by our former WM for 2014 / 2015 W. Bro. Will Smith with the aid of the Past Masters of the Lodge.

 

W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura then appointed his Officers for the pursuing year of 2015 / 2016 (click here to view the list of current Officers).

 

"I very much look forward to taking the chair for the pursuing year and supporting this wonderful Lodge, it's Brethren, Family and Friends and in all it's endeavors" W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura  

 

The Past Masters, Officers and Brethren of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 would like to take the opportunity to congratulate our Master W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura and wish him a wonderful year, we all look forward to supporting you through 2015 / 2016.

// THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS

CHARITY AUCTION OF PROMISES AT GILDINGS 01 OCT 2015

Brethren, Family & Friends of THE LODGE of THE ARGONAUTS, No. 8210 You are cordially invited by our Worshipful Master W. Bro. Hitesh Raichura to join us for our 50th Anniversary Fund - Charity auction of Promises at Gildings Auctioneers, Market Harborough, Leicestershire on Wednesday 18th November from 6:00pm

 

Raising funds in aid of our 50th Charter Year to be celebrated in 2018, It is very much hoped that you will be able to support our Worshipful Master, our Lodge and the 50th Anniversary Committee at this event, and we look forward to seeing you there, along with your guests During the evening “Gildings Auctioneers”, have very generously invited us to a private viewing of their forthcoming Fine Art Sale followed by our Charity auction of Promises. Refreshments are being provided by the hosts. Our very own W. Bro. John Gilding (As seen on TV!) will be wielding the gavel, Senior valuers from Gildings will be in attendance and Complimentary catalogues will be available for our promises sale where you will have the opportunity to “bid and buy” one or more of the promises / lots. We sincerely hope you will be able to support us in some way by “donating a promise / lot” or joining us on this unique occasion.

 

ONLY £5.00 PER PERSON

 

A proportion of the proceeds raised at the Charity Auction will be donated to MacMillan Cancer SupportShould you have any questions regarding the event, please do not hesitate to contact W. Bro. Ken Mosskenmoss2@btinternet.com or click on the flyer below to print and return with the associated booking form and fee.

// THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS

50th CHARTER FUND - SUMMER BBQ 29 SEPT 2015

On the 30th August 2015 The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 hosted the first of our 50th Charter fund raising events, one of many planned over the next 3 years leading up to 2018 which will see us celebrate 50 years since our consecration in 1968.

 

The Summer BBQ held at Swithland Memorial Hall, Leicestershire was a great success, with over 40 guests attending and raising a superb £720.00 on the day.

 

Our personal thanks go to all those who attended and to all those involved in organising what was a truly superb day, special thanks of the Committee go to W. Bro. Robert Boulton for organising the event, and W. Bro. Will Smith for all his help and support on the day.

 

The next "50th Charter Fund" event is our Charity Auction of promises (A proportion of the proceeds raised at the Charity Auction will be donated to MacMillan Cancer Support.) to take place at Gildings Auctioneers in Market Harborough, Leicestershire on the evening of the 18th November 2015. all parties interested in either attending or donating a “LOT or Promise” should contact W. Bro. Ken Moss via email: kenmoss2@btinternet.com

 

Further details of the above event will be posted here very soon.

// THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS

50th CHARTER FUND - SUMMER BBQ 24 JUNE 2015

Brethren, Family & Friends of THE LODGE of THE ARGONAUTS, No. 8210 You are cordially invited by our Worshipful Master W. Bro. William Smith to join us for our 50TH ANNIVERSARY FUND - SUMMER BBQ at Swithland Memorial Hall, Swithland, Leicestershire on Sunday 30th August 12:30pm - 4:00pm (Approx)

Raising funds in aid of our 50th Charter Year to be celebrated in 2018, It is very much hoped that you will be able to support our Worshipful Master, our Lodge and the 50th Anniversary Committee at this event, and we look forward to seeing you there, along with your guests.

 

THE MENU

Succulent Sirloin Steaks, Chicken Breast Fillets & Pork Sausages along with tasty Asian Vegetarian food cooked By W. Bro. Sanjay Khullar and a Variety of fresh seasonal Salads, Breads & Sauces. Please bring your own drinks, whether it be a refreshing beer or a bottle of prosecco! (Please note there are NO Bar facilities) All Glasses, Plates & Cutlery will be provided at the hall.

 

GRAND RAFFLE

This will be held in aid of our 50th Anniversary Fund, so can you please bring along a good selection of raffle prizes. If you are unable to attend, but are willing to provide a prize, please let any of the committee members know, to arrange collection/delivery.

 

ONLY £10.00 per person (Under 10s are FREE)

 

In order to assist with catering, please ensure you let either W. Bros. Bob Boulton or Alan Beverley know the number in your party, no later than Thursday 20th August. robertboulton@talktalk.net or jackiealan@sky.com

// THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS

LADIES FESTIVAL 13 MAY 2015

Our Annual Ladies Festival took place at Freemasons Hall, Leicester on Saturday 09th May 2015. The event was exceptionally well attended with 130+ guests including the Brethren from The Lodge of the Argonauts along with their Family and Friends. The evening started at 17:30Hrs where our current Worshipful Master W. Bro. William Smith along with his Lady Claire Smith welcomed their guests prior to a Champagne cocktail reception. A wonderful 7 Course menu was served followed by the formal elements of the evening including a superb delivery of "The Roses Song" by W. Bro. John Gilding accompanied by the lovely Bethany Smith. The wonderful Sarah Stephens then serenaded us all with Solo Soprano. The guests danced the night away to the great sounds of "The Meltones" before taking their carriages at 00:15Hrs.

 

A truly spectacular evening and once again thank you to our Worshipful Master and his Lady for a wonderful year from all the Brethren of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210. Special and Sincere gratitude must also be given once again to our long standing Chief Steward W. Bro. Alan Beverley and his partner Jackie Beverley for all their hard work over the many years. This was W. Bro. Alan Beverley's last occasion serving as Chief Steward, now passing the position to W. Bro. David Webster who we all wish well for the pursuing year.

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// WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

BRO. GRUNDY 07 MAY 2015

We asked Bro. Stephen Grundy what Freemasonry means to him thus far having recently joined The Lodge of the Argonauts in December 2014 where he was initiated and is currently one of two Entered Apprentice Freemasons within the Lodge.

 

"Before becoming a Freemason, it is recommended that one attend several social events; organised by the different lodges here at Freemasons Hall, Leicester, some of which are open to the public, which is exactly what I decided to do. Such events allow one to meet with long serving and recently initiated Freemasons and discuss just what Freemasonry means to them.  All my questions were warmly welcomed and answered with openness and honesty.  I decided that Freemasonry is something I wanted to be part of. Since being initiated into Freemasonry last year I am now starting to take a more active role in proceedings.  I find the whole experience of being a Freemason thoroughly rewarding in respect of learning and self improvement, making good friendships, attending great social events, raising money for many charitable organisations and overall having fun. Is Freemasonry for you? Come to an open day, visit our website or attend a social event and see for yourself, you will be most warmly welcomed, that’s one thing I do know." Bro. Stephen Grundy

 

// INCREDIBLE SUM OF £36,000.00 DISTRIBUTED TO LEICESTERSHIRE AND RUTLAND CHARITIES  29 APR 15

Twenty-three diverse local charities gathered at Freemasons' Hall in Leicester on Saturday 25th April for a presentation event to receive over £36,000 in generous donations from the Leicestershire and Rutland Masonic Charity Association, The Freemasons' Grand Charity and the Leicestershire and Rutland Royal Arch Masons.

 

Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance, based at East Midlands Airport, was given a total of £11,000. Charlotte Marson Fundraising Co-Ordinator for the charity said: 'A huge thank you to all the Freemasons for this very generous donation which will go a long way to help save more lives.'

 

Other charities to benefit included:

 

Leicester Navy Training Corps is a voluntary youth organisation that trains young people in the ways and customs of the sea, using the methods and practices of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines. Commanding Officer, Matthew Taylor, said: 'A massive thank you to the Freemasons for the £1,500 donation which will provide opportunities for our cadets to go flying and off-shore sailing.'

 

Home Start Melton and Rutland which is a family support charity that helps parents to build better lives for their children. Chair of Trustees, Jane Loake, said: 'Thank you very much for the generosity of the Freemasons which will fund children to attend a Christmas Pantomime which for some children is a once a year enrichment activity in their lives something that they would not have the opportunity to do before.'

 

The Bradgate Park Trust which provides the maintenance and improvement of the public park received £1,000 towards the purchase of an off-road mobility scooter to enable greater disabled access to the park. Peter Tyldesley of the Trust said: 'The charity was set up in 1928 by Charles Bennion, a prominent Leicestershire Freemason, for the benefit of all the people of Leicestershire, and we are delighted to receive the donation from the modern Freemasons.' To receive the donation on behalf of the Trust was Col Robert Martin, Trustee of Bradgate Park, and also Charles Bennion, grandson of the benefactor, who was keen to learn of his grandfather's masonic connections and was fascinated to learn he was a Past Master of St John's Lodge No. 279 and Lodge Semper Eadem No. 3091, a Founder member of East Goscote Lodge No. 2865 and Provincial Grand Treasurer.

 

Radio Gwendolen which provides a 24-hour service of music, news and information specifically for patients of the General Hospital, Leicester. The donation of £1,500 will go towards the purchase of a dual CD player and equipment to allow the radio to be streamed on the internet. 

 

The Provincial Grand Master of the Leicestershire and Rutland, RW. Bro. David Hagger, concluded the meeting by applauding all the charities and their volunteers who give their time to such good causes: 'I'm proud that the Freemasons have been able to make a major contribution to society by supporting our local charities helping children, young people, those with disabilities and the elderly.'

 

The full list of charities were:

 

Long Whatton and Diseworth Scout Group – £2,000
Leicester Navy Training Corp – £1,500
Hinckley and Bosworth Community Transport Scheme – £2,000
Women's Aid Leicestershire – £1,000
The Brain Tumour Charity – £1,514 (from the Lodge of the Holywell No. 7827)
South Leicestershire Scouts – £1,500
Radio Gwendolen – £1,500
Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance – £11,000 (including £4,000 from the Grand Charity)
Dogs for the Disabled – £1,000 (from Grey Friars Lodge No. 6803)
Cottesmore Scout Headquarters – £1,000
The Bradgate Park Trust – £1,000
PROSTaid – £264 (from the Lodge of Gratitude No. 6514)
Friends of Devonshire Court – £150 (from Wiclif Chapter No. 3078)
Bark Foundation – £200 (from the Royal Arch Masons)
Loughborough Cancer Self Help Group – £250 (from the Royal Arch Masons)
Mesothelioma UK – £250 (from the Royal Arch Masons)
Myeloma UK – £2,500
Leicestershire Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus – £1,665
Home Start South Leicestershire – £1,000 (including £500 from St Wilfrid's Lodge No. 8350)
RABI – £1,000 (including £500 from St Wilfrid's Lodge No. 8350)
The Well, Kibworth – £1,000 (including £500 from St Wilfrid's Lodge No. 8350)
Shopmobility Market Harborough – £1,000 (including £500 from St Wilfrid's Lodge No. 8350)
Home Start Melton and Rutland – £2,000

 

Image from Leicestershire and Rutland PGL and Feature from Freemasonry Today 29th April 2015

// THE LODGE OF THE ARGONAUTS

LADIES FESTIVAL  16 APR 15

Our Annual Ladies Festival will take place at Freemasons Hall, Leicester on Saturday 09th May 2015. This event is the milestone of our year and is always very well supported by the Brethren, their Family and Friends. This is our traditional and formal way of thanking the WM, W. Bro. William Smith's Wife, Claire and the partners of the Brethren from The Lodge of the Argonauts for their humble and sincere support throughout the year. The reception will commence at 17:45 Hrs followed by a superb 6 or 7 course menu. Special and Sincere gratitude must be given to our long standing Chief Steward W. Bro. Alan Beverley and his partner Jackie for all their hard work over the many years. This is W. Bro. Alan Beverley's last occasion serving as Chief Steward before passing the position to W. Bro. David Webster who we wish well for the pursuing year.

// CONGRATULATIONS & WELCOME

BRO. J. MEIKLE  08 APR 15

We would like to Congratulate and Welcome our newly made Brother Bro. Jonathan Meikle to Freemasonry and in particular The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210. We hope that he enjoys many happy and healthy years throughout his Masonic Journey & Career.

 

Bro. Jonathan Meikle was treated to a wonderful Ceremony in the Morley Temple at Freemasons Hall, Leicester during the regular meeting of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 on Tuesday 07th April 2015.

 

A wonderful evening and Festive Board was had by all the Brethren and it was made extra special by our visitors and guests, who we'd like to thank sincerely and we hope to see you all again at a future Lodge of the Argonauts meeting!

 

// VISITING AND VISITORS

W. BRO. J. TOWNSEND  03 APR 15

We're always honoured and humbled to receive visitors at The Lodge of the Argonauts and none more so than W. Bro. John Townsend our Provincial Liaison Officer (pictured left). Several of the Brethren (Incl. W. Bro. John Iliffe - pictured right)  were invited to visit St. Wilfred's Lodge, No 8350 during December 2014 where they were treated to a wonderful Ceremony and Festive Board.

 

W. Bro. John Townsend is a regular visitor to The Lodge of the Argonauts and is pictured here during his last visit on 03rd March 2015 with our Director of Ceremonies W. Bro. John Iliffe. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank W. Bro. John Townsend for his invite and to St Wilfrid's Lodge, No. 8350 for a wonderful evening. We look forward to welcoming W. Bro. John Townsend back to The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 again very soon!

 

// CONGRATULATIONS TO

BRO. J. REED 09 MAR 15

We give congratulations to Bro. Jonathan Reed having been raised to a Master Mason during the regular meeting of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210 on Tuesday 03rd March 2015. Bro. Jonathan Reed pictured here with his Proposer W. Bro. Graham Coley. Bro. Jonathan Reed was initiated in to Freemasonry 03rd December 2013.

 

A wonderful evening and Festive Board was had by all the Brethren and we thank all our guests for visiting us!

 

// THE ARGONAUTS 1968 - 2018

50th YEAR PLANS 02 MAR 15

Planning is well underway for our 50th Year Celebrations in 2018. Our first sub-committee meeting was a great success with plenty of ideas and brainstorming that left us all feeling very positive about what will be a truly remarkable year! We will start our initial fundraising this year to ensure that our aspirations are realised! If your lodge is celebrating its 50th Year in 2018 we want to hear from you, we're keen to visit as many of you as possible to share our 2018, 50th anniversary experience! click here to contact us with details of your Lodge and event.

 

// OUR WORSHIPFUL MASTER

AND HIS OFFICERS 02 MAR 15

A very warm welcome from our Worshipful Master, his officers and the Brethren of the Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210. We hope you enjoy exploring our website and its content, we aim to provide you with an overview of Freemasonry. Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations.

 

There are over 250,000 Freemasons meeting in more than 8,000 Masonic lodges throughout England and Wales. Our values are based on integrity, kindness, honesty and fairness. Freemasonry offers the opportunity of meeting a wide variety of people from the local community in a very sociable environment.

 

"I hope you will find this website informative whether you are interested in Freemasonry in general, wish to become a member or looking for information about The Lodge of the Argonauts in particular." W. Bro. William Smith Master of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210

// WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

BRO. CHAUHAN 02 MAR 2015

Bro. Kalpesh Chauhan gives his thoughts on what Freemasonry means to him. “Freemasonry is a way of life that brings a different dimension in life.  A society where one gains true friendship / brotherhood and also feels part of a caring family.  It is not just about meeting and dining together once in a month, but a society which comes to assistance when called upon without any reservation in mind.  A universe of knowledge that brings out the true being in you.  It makes you aware of what has been around you before one came into this world and will exist after you leave this world.  A peculiar system where one learns to respect each other no matter how high in position one maybe in the outside world” Bro. Kalpesh Chauhan To find out what Freemasonry is about and if its right for you, please click on the image below.

 

// PRESS

CHARITY 26 FEB 15

The good work of Freemasons' within the province of Leicestershire and Rutland was reported in the "Leicester Mercury" on the 17th February 2015.  The article reports that a total of 17 non-masonic charities benifited from a total of £25,000.00 during the awards that were presented at the event at Freemasons' Hall, Leicester. Click on the image below to read the full article.

 

// VISITING

WYGGESTON 3448 26 FEB 15

Bro. Carl Hudson was delighted to have been invited to visit Wyggeston Lodge, No. 3448, on Friday 20th February by

W. Bro. Andy Green. "It was a truly wonderful evening, the ceremony was eye opening, as an UGLE, University Scheme Lodge, I was treated to one of their signature "Triple Initiations". The hospitality that was shown throughout the evening was spectacular". The Lodge of the Argonauts will receive W. Bro. Andy Green as a guest, hopefully along with the Worshipful Master of Wyggeston Lodge, No. 3448 W. Bro. Jamie Mollart for our meeting on 07th April which will be an Initiation" Bro. Carl Hudson 

 

// THE ARGONAUTS

SPRING CARVERY 26 FEB 15

The Lodge of the Argonauts hosted their annual spring carvery and charity auction at the Leicestershire County Cricket ground on Sunday 22nd February 2015. Once again the day proved to be a great success with our charity raffle raising in excess of £400.00 for the masters nominated charity "Rainbows Hospice for Children". The total amount raised by the auction and during the day will be posted as soon as we have the final numbers.

 

"It was a truly spectacular day - the food and company were excellent and made particularly special by the Ladies baking cakes, it adds that special touch to the day!" W. Bro. William Smith Master of The Lodge of the Argonauts, No. 8210. A special thank you to our wonderful "Celebrity Auctioneer" W. Bro. John Gilding

 

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