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Meetings: are held the second Wednesday of each month at 8:00pm.
Formal Attire is required
(Tuxedos are optional)

 Cheese's Legs
King Crab Legs, $12.00 per dozen.
Every Monday at 6pm

 Corinthian Square Club

 (609) 921-9789

 Open for dinner every evening at 6:00pm



Aaron Lodge's
Meeting Dates

 January 12

 February 9

 March 8

 April 12

 May 10

 June 14

 July 12
 August - Refreshment

 September 13

 October 11

 November 8

 December 13




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 Aaron Lodge #9 F&AM, MWPHA


Under the Jurisdiction of

Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, State of New Jersey
Most Worshipful Grand Master Rev. Wayne L. Johnson

Aaron Lodge #9 F&AM, MWPHA
John & Maclean Sts.
Princeton, NJ 08540


Worshipful Master Wallace C. Holland, III


Aaron Lodge #9 E-Trestle Board

Monthly Meeting
2nd Wednesday of the month at 8:00pm
Black & White
Formal Attire Required
(Tuxedo Optional)

 9th Annual Master's Charity Dance
Honoring Wallace C. Holland, III
Saturday, May 13, 2000

 Aaron Lodge #9's Newest Brothers
July 24, 1999
 Brother Michael Cornicello 
 Brother James Taliaferro
 Brother Michael Smith

Master Mason Proficiency Meetings
Wednesday 3-29-00
8:00 pm

Past Masters Breakfast
March 12, 2000
8 am at Aaron Lodge #9
BROTHERS ONLY - $5.00 per

Brother Bruce Banks
is scheduled to be raised on
April 8, 2000
at Kind David in April

Wanna go Traveling???
On Thursday April 20, 2000
Brothers Michael Cornicello & Terry Pridemore will be traveling to Delaware to watch a friend of theirs enter into the craft in his EA degree. It is being held at the
623 South Heald Street, Wilmington, Delaware

It will be a late night, so be prepared

 A Master Masons Poem


 Prince Hall Masonry
  "There are some schools of thought that Prince Hall (his name not a title) was born in Barbados to a free black woman and a Scottish father. He emigrated to the Colony of Boston, Mass. and acquired real estate, making him eligible to vote. It was also documented that he was a devout Christian and a leather-worker by trade. On March 6, 1775, during the American War of Independence, Prince Hall along with fourteen men of color were made Masons in Army Lodge #441 of the Irish Constitution.

 What Freemasons believe in  

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All Freemasons believe in a God and in respect for each other. Regardless of rumor, Freemasonry is not a religion. Each freemason is encouraged to maintain and advance in the religion of there choosing. As a matter of fact, religious and political discussions are strictly forbidden in the lodge.   I would like to start a mail list in the near future but i need to get some email addresses to begin.

 What is a Mason
 I think my grandfather was one, but I'm not sure what it means." "Yeah, my dad and uncle both used to go to Masonic meetings. I remember Uncle Fred coming by to pick him up. But I don't know where they went or what they did."


 Freemasonry is proud of it's philosophy and practice of "making good men better." Only individuals
believed to be of the finest character are favorably considered for membership. Every applicant must advocate his belief in the existence of a Supreme Being (Athiests are not accepted in the Fraternity).

 The First Genaration Freemason - a message from the webmaster......

Coming in from the dark...

I have found my closest of friends, my mentors, my role models and my teachers & most importantly I have found my home. It is incredible to see what kind of people are Freemasons. I have met Fortune 100 executives, High School Principals, Law Enforcement Officers, Shop Owners, Cab Drivers, Mechanics, Lawyers, Doctors, Real Estate Agents, Cooks, Professors, Trash Collectors and yes even Trophy Shop Owners!!!!!!
what I treasure most is what it has done for me at home.
Since I bacame a Mason, My family life has improved 100 fold, & my wife is my best friend........

Aaron Lodge #9, Princeton, New Jersey
Making Good Men Better!!!

Brother Michael C. Cornicello

I welcome letters to this web site about your masonic experiences. it is nice to share these stories and remind us what we are here to do, and that helping one another is not only a promise we made but a pleasure to do.

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