CAVE DEGREE 2018

 
 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2018:

4 PM  Grilled pork tenderloin, baked green beans, mashed potatoes at Union Lodge

7 PM A New Jersey EA degree will be conferred by Phillipsburg Lodge No. 52, Phillipsburg NJ, in the Lodge room.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 2018:

8-11 AM  Ham, eggs, biscuits/gravy, and grits at Union Lodge

9-11 AM Guests are invited to tour Eblen’s Cave.

9 AM Open meeting, Burlington Forest No. 207, Tall Cedars of Lebanon–Union Lodge Room

1 PM A MM degree will be conferred by a Mississippi Mountain Man Degree team

BRING A JACKET & A CHAIR TO SIT ON — THE CAVE IS COOL AND DAMP!

5-7 PM Smoked Boston butt, slaw, baked beans, smoked macaroni and cheese, at Union Lodge.

WE HAVE CAVE DEGREE T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE AT UNION LODGE!

Guests are invited to remain at the Lodge Hall (phone 865 -773-3938) while degrees are in progress.  Guests are asked to arrange their own transportation–UNION LODGE IS NOT ABLE TO PROVIDE GUEST TRANSPORTATION.  Dress for all events is casual. Family Members and Guests are invited to all meals.  There is no charge for meals, however, donations are appreciated.  Maps to the Cave, Cave Degree Pins, and Masonic Jewelry  are also available at the Lodge.  Proceeds and donations are used to pay for Cave Degree expenses.

For motel reservations, you may wish to contact the Kingston Super 8 at 865-376-4965 or the Comfort Inn (Harriman) at 855-849-1513.  Other motels are also available in the area.

The area offers great antiquing in nearby Rockwood.  Visit the “old country soda fountain” and enjoy a root beer float. Also we have a new antique shop in Kingston, “RECOVERED RELICS”, at 701 N. Kentucky St. (across from McDonalds).  Kingston is the site of Fort Southwest Point the only fort in Tennessee being reconstructed on its original foundation. The completed sections of the fort include a barracks, a blockhouse and 250 feet of palisade walls. The fort is owned, operated, and maintained by the City of Kingston.

Please note – At this time, the Grand Lodge of Tennessee does not recognize Prince Hall Freemasonry

 
 

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