Valentine’s Dinner

For many years running, the brothers at Broad Ripple Lodge have taken our wives and girlfriends out to dinner the Thursday near Valentine’s Day. In the past, we made it to the Broad Ripple Steak House, but that establishment is no longer open. So this year we went to Ambrosia in Broad Ripple. The Italian food and wine were amazing. The service was top notch. We all had our fill with the family style dining the staff offered our large group, and had a wonderful evening.

We hope to have an even larger group next year- the time and place is normally announced sometime in January. Check with the sitting Senior Warden at the time, to get all of the details.  Thanks to everyone who made it a great evening!

You can see all the photos from the evening on our Flickr page.

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Broad Ripple Lodge #643 F&AM

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 Lee Hargitt III

Past Master WB Lee Hargitt III

I have been a member here for many years. I have made some of my best friends in life at this Lodge

WB Arlie Hartman

Past Master Arlie Hartman

Where fun and fellowship is had by good men.

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