Amos Fort-Greene Lodge No. 922 held its Annual Community Lecture Series. This year's lecture was by Master Carver, Chris Pellettieri, who became a stonemason through Saint John the Divine Cathedral"s apprentice program in the late 1980s.
The lecture covered his journey as a stonemason carrying on the ancient practices of the craft, and a demonstration of his craft. It was a phenomenal experience by all who attended.
If you missed it, we have Photos and video of the lecture below.
Photos courtesy of Jack Kaminsky
Officers of Amos Fort Greene Lodge No. 922 and other members of the fraternity at the Grand Lodge NorthStar training program. Saturday, November 7, 2019.
Members and friends at Masonic Toys for Tots, November 23, 2019 at Russo's On The Bay
Members of AFG922 at Masonic Toys for Tots.
(R to L) Worshipful Brothers Ted H. Jacobsen, Avery Toledo, Naneen Christopher, and Andres Delgado Jr.
The Masonic Toys Fort Tots Foundation's mission is to provide financial support to The Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation at New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical Center to foster research, education and treatment, and also to provide toys, a party and some happiness during the holidays at the hospital to the children suffering from life threatening illnesses. This year $2.5 Million was raised.
Amos Fort Greene Lodge No. 922's Officers and Members are proud to support such a worthy philanthropy.
Below is the ad journal created for the Masonic Toys For Tots journal that help contribute to the success of a wonderful charity.
On Sunday, November 10, 2019, AFG922, members, friends, and family, came out to support R:.W:. Anthony Cuonzo, who was honored for 25 years of service in the Purple Circle.
(R to L) R:.W:. Gino Gennari, W:. Avery Toledo & his Lady, Maria Soto & W:. William Soto, and W:. Andres Delgado, Jr.
February 2019 meeting, R W Moises Gomez, Grand Historian of the Grand Lodge of NJ, will be giving a lecture on Freemasonry & the Underground Railroad. This meeting is open to the public. Please RSVP by email.
Photos by Brother Jack Kaminsky
One Highlight of Amos-Fort Greene Lodge No. 922's Annual Thanksgiving Dinner was members taking part in a video promo for Spectacle, a musical about 1920's famous actor Harold Lloyd. A Freemason and Shriner. The play was written by the Lodge's very own Brother R∴W∴ Gino Gennari.