Stated Meeting September 27

Brothers,

Our next stated meeting is September 27.  Lodge opens at 7:00 pm, fellowship begins in the upper lounge at 6:00 pm.

Please plan on attending to welcome our newest brother, and to witness the Entered Apprentice degree.

Matt Chromey

SW ECCXII

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Stated Meeting September 13

Brothers,

I hope your summer was relaxing!  The craft resumes labor tomorrow night, Sept 13.

We will be having a discussion on some of the points of the EA degree, as well as an examination of one of our newer brothers.

I hope to see you there.

Matt Chromey

SW ECCXII

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Past Master Spotlight – Brother Edwin Farr

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Edwin Farr, physician and surgeon, Eau Claire, came to Kenosha in 1855, and in 1870 to Eau Claire.

He was born in the town of Corinth, Vt., Aug. 24, 1832. He was educated at Castleton Medical College, Vermont, and graduated in 1851, and practicing at White River Junction, Vt., until he came to Wisconsin. He was assistant surgeon of the 2d Wis. V. I. for five months, and was with the 30th Wis. V. I. for nearly three years. He was post surgeon at Ft. Sully from July, 1863, to October, 1864, and had charge of the prison hospital at Louisville from January to August, 1865.

He was married at White River Junction, in January, 1855, to Emily L. Sawyer. They had two children, twins, Edwin B. and Emily B., born Aug. 14, 1867. They lost one child, who died in infancy. Dr. Farr was Mayor of Eau Claire and railroad surgeon for the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha and the Wisconsin & Minnesota Railway Companies.

Matt Chromey

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Back To Our Roots

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