Family Night: Baseball

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On Thursday night, the brothers of Broad Ripple Lodge and their friends and family are heading out for a night at Victory Field. We’ll be cheering on the Indianapolis Indians baseball team as they take on the Norfolk Tides. Our cheering section will be on the lawn and tickets are only $9. Picnic dinners and blankets are strongly encouraged!

Hope to see you all there! Game time is 7:05; so start looking for us on the lawn around 6:30pm. For more details or to find us on game day, contact Mike Dewitt, Family Committee.

No RSVPs are necessary for this event.

If it looks like rain will cancel the game, or make it a miserable evening, then the backup plan is to just find another game on another night. Available officers will meet at the lodge for an impromptu practice.

Watch the calendar ( or our twitter feed ( for last minute updates. You can also get text messages by sending the phrase “follow brlodge” to 40404.

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Broad Ripple Lodge #643 F&AM

WB Arlie Hartman

Past Master Arlie Hartman

Where fun and fellowship is had by good men.

WB Michael Walkup

Past Master WB Michael Walkup

I came to the lodge because I was looking for answers and found a family.

WB Jacob Mann

Past Master WB Jacob Mann

Broad Ripple Lodge taught me how quickly men can become close friends, and form lifelong bonds. I feel I’ve known many of my fellow masons for a much longer time than I have actually been involved.

WB Brian Ross

Worshipful Master Brian Ross

An excellent place to find some good and true life long friends.

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