Saint Paul Lodge Number Three
Minnesota’s Oldest Masonic Lodge
"Love Our House" Night
Dedicated to Brother Bill Kepler
Tuesday February, 6023 A.·.L.·.
The "Love our House" nights, caring for our beloved Triune Temple, will continue on each 4th Tuesday throughout 2023.
We each hold our own affinities for Triune Temple, whether it's historical, memorial, or that we just love cool old Architecture.
If that's not enough reason to pitch in, it's important to note that, of all the Masonic Temples built in the same era as ours within the city limits of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, there remains just one still under Masonic ownership:
Our own Triune Masonic Temple!
Let us deepen our resolve to preserve this treasure for our posterity, and for our posterity's posterity!
Brother Christopher Robinson, Senior Warden, will be quarterbacking these efforts and coordinating with the WB Secretary and myself.
This night is dedicated to our late Brother Bill Kepler. For those of you who don't know Brother Bill, he had a deep love for our Lodge, our Ritual, and for Triune Temple itself. The picture in the Library of the bearded man holding a roast turkey, is Brother Bill. He was a long-time member of the Living History Society and it was during a conversation he and I had at one of the "cleanup nights," sitting on the retaining wall in front of the Temple, I asked him something that triggered his petition to our Lodge and his becoming a Mason.
And we were truly blessed to have him. He gave of himself generously to the Lodge and especially to the Temple. I miss him.
So let's get together, give our House the love it deserves, and get to know each other a little better.
Traditional "cleanup night" dinner (Turkey) will be continue to be my pleasure on this special day. Please register as soon as you can.