MESSAGE FROM THE EAST
Welcome to the Official Website of Widow's Son Lodge No. 7 of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia.
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Participated in the MLK Parade
Widow’s Son Lodge No. 7, along with the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, participated in the 39th MLK Day Parade on Monday, January 20, 2020.
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Elected and Appointed Officers
Meet the 2019 officers of Widow's Son Lodge No. 7
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WS7 Grand Lodge Appointed Officers
Congrats to the brothers who were appointed to GL positions at the 170th Annual Communication
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Turkey Baskets for the US Dream Academy families
On November 19, 2019 Bro. Anthony Taylor and Bro. SurLawrence Sparks contributed 30 turkey baskets to the US Dream Academy families in need at Turner Elementary School
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  • Participated in the MLK Parade
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  • WS7 Grand Lodge Appointed Officers
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WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE

On March 7, 1871, seven members of Hiram Lodge #4, gather at the home of Brother Mason S. Lowry at 40 Gay Street in Old Georgetown and organized this association. The object of this association was to request Hiram Lodge #4 to petition the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia to grant them a dispensation to form a new lodge. The dispensation was granted and the name Widow's Son was selected for this lodge.

CHARTERED 

Tuesday, November 10, 1871

MEETING DAY AND TIME 

2nd Thursday of each Month at 7:30pm


LATEST NEWS

UPCOMING EVENTS

2/13/2020
"Let There Be Light" Lecture Series
On this Thursday, February 13th, Widow's Son #7 will be hosting it's 3rd installment of the "Let There Be Light" Lecture Series during it's Regular Stated Communication.
3/21/2020
Masquerade Black-Tie Affair
On Saturday, March 21st, 2020, Widow’s Son No. 7 will be hosting our annual Masquerade Black Tie Affair. This year, we are focusing on Mental Health Awareness in the African-American community. Too many of our peers, colleagues, and family members are struggling with some very real and difficult challenges. So many are embarrassed to ask for help…don’t know what help looks like, and as love ones…we are simply are missing the signs because we don’t know what the signs are.

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