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Christmas Basket Assembly 2009
April 28 2012
December 02, 2012
Fund Raising
March 23,2013
@Meridian Sun Lodge Inspection
Hudson Lodge Kitchen Craft Team
Memorial Day 2013
June 29,2013
Lodge Annual Inspection
June 29,2013
Lodge Annual Inspection
August 24 - 25, 2013
City of Hudson - Art on the Green - Fund Raising Activity
August 24 - 25, 2013
City of Hudson - Art on the Green - Fund Raising Activity
Installation of Officers
November 18, 2013
November 17, 2014
Installation of Officers
Summit County Masons Give A Christmas
December 20, 2014
Christmas Basket Assembly
Best Fellow Craft Degree
2015 Inspections
Hudson Lodge Picnic
August 01, 2015
We Do Eat Good at Hudson Lodge
City of Hudson - Art on the Green - Fund Raising Activity
August 29 & 30, 2015
M. W. Bro. James Easterling, Jr. PGM with W. M. Alex Herbert
November 23, 2015
Installation of Officers
Summit County Masons Give A Christmas
Christmas Basket Assembly
December 19, 2015
January 19, 2016
Bob Jones Classic Car Museum
Bill (PM 2008) and John (PM 2038) DeBlaey
Hudson Lodge Picnic
August 06, 2016
We Do Eat Good at Hudson Lodge
November 21, 2016
Installation of Officers
On Monday November 21, 2016, the 2017 line of elected and appointed officers were installed during the Annual Installation of Hudson Lodge No. 510 Free and Accepted Masons. The ceremony, which was 145th annual installation of officers, was performed by James R. Amlung, Past Master of the Lodge, who was assisted by Past Master, Richard Amlung.

Alexander P. Herbert was installed as Master of the lodge. In his position as Master, Alex Herbert is the presiding officer and head of the lodge. The title of “Master,” instead of “President,” reflects the Masonic tradition of using ceremonies and titles from the stonemasons of the Middle Ages. When the great cathedrals of Europe were being built, the Mason in charge of a building site was referred to as a “master of the work.” Hudson Lodge was chartered in 1876 and traces its roots to the founding of Hudson. Members include David Hudson, founder of Hudson, John Brown, anti-slavery abolitionist and Donald Barlow, community leader and philanthropist.

Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most widely recognized fraternal organization in the world. Today, there are more than two million Freemasons in North America alone.

Charity is an important tenet of the Masonic fraternity. The 100,000 Freemasons in Ohio provide approximately $15 million in charitable giving annually. This year they gave $50,000 in college scholarships, contributed $200,000 to Special Olympics Ohio Summer Games, and funded $70,000 in free training for hundreds of Ohio school teachers to recognize students at non-academic risk. They also provided $12 million in elderly care, and helped many needy Ohio families and individuals through their Charitable Foundation.

Hudson Lodge is heavily involved in charitable works locally, sponsoring a scholarship for Hudson High School seniors, supporting the Summit County Masonic Assistance Program and providing holiday food baskets to needy families in Summit, Stark, Medina and Cuyahoga Counties.

General information is available at www.freemason.com. For local information, contact Jeffrey M. Winters, Secretary of Hudson Lodge at 330-342-9863.
December 17, 2016
Summit County Masons Give A Christmas
Christmas Basket Assembly