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Woodbury, Connecticut

King Solomon’s Masonic Lodge #7 Scholarship

Established February 28, 2014

King Solomon’s Lodge # 7, perched high on the rock on Main Street Woodbury is one of the oldest operating masonic lodges in CT being chartered in 1765.  In 2015, King Solomon Lodge will celebrate its 250th anniversary.

Freemasonry traces its roots back to the Middle Ages.  Masonry originated from associations of stone masons who built some of the most magnificent cathedrals, castles and monasteries of Europe.  Eventually, they began to accept non-working masons and thereafter, adopted the term “Free and Accepted” Masons which still remains today.

Freemasonry is dedicated to promoting the improvement in the character of its members.  A Mason is taught to be a good citizen, to be of good character, to care for those less fortunate and to give back to the community. The Masonic Fraternity contributes over $750 million each year to its philanthropic pursuits in the U.S.  The Crippled Children’s and Burn Hospitals sponsored by Shrine Masons are world famous.  In CT, Masonicare of Wallingford and Newtown, is a non-profit organization with more than 100 years of experience.  It is the state’s leading provider of healthcare and retirement living communities for seniors.

If you would like to learn more about Woodbury Scholarship Fund Dollars for Scholars®, contact us at or by mail at P.O. Box 716, Woodbury, CT  06798.