Ashburn-Sterling Masonic Lodge No. 288

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In our community, supporting the American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure bike race.


We are participating in the Purcellville July 4th parade with the other Masonic Lodges in Loudoun County. Happy Independence Day!


At our Open House and Community Picnic yesterday we presented four deserving Eagle Scouts with a certificate from the Grand Lodge of Virginia recognizing their great achievement. It was priviledge for our Lodge to meet these young men and recognize them.


Great day at our Open House and Community Picnic. Burgers and dogs going on the grill.


Reminder that tomorrow we will be having our Annual Open House and Community Picnic starting at 9:00AM. We will have a moon bounce for the kids, Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Child ID, and a presentation to local Eagle Scouts at 11AM. We will also have hamburgers and hotdogs for lunch. Please join us for this annual fun event and explore our Lodge.


A great night conducting a VACHIP event at Roy Rogers family night with Assembly 11 of International order of the Rainbow Girls and district 2 Masons.


Ci**rs and fellowship! Enjoying good friends and good times this week.


We will be having our March social gathering this evening, 5-7PM, at Old Ox Brewery, 44652 Guilford Drive, Suite 114, Ashburn. Hope to see many of the Brothers there. If you are interested in freemasonry please join us.


Ashburn-Sterling Lodge will be having our March meeting this Tuesday with dinner at 6:30PM. After dinner and prior to opening a Master Masons Lodge we will have a program from Worshipful Jason Richards from the Masonic Roundtable. His program will discuss Operative Masonry in Scotland. Entered Apprentices, Fellowcrafts, and those interested in freemasonry can join us for dinner and the program.


We had a great turnout for our first quarterly lodge breakfast of 2018. A big Thank you to everyone who attended and especially to those who helped cook such a great meal!

One Little Pebble

Several weeks ago, our Lodge hosted an Open House. We welcomed guests, friends and visitors, and at one point presented a program about a very special community project with which our Lodge had an opportunity to help. For those who could not make it to the Open House, this is a story about a community afflicted by a natural disaster, a family of 14 children, and one special person who decided to help.

This is "One Little Pebble" by Michael Neal on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.


Today Freemasonry is celebrating a special anniversary. Exactly 300 years ago on June 24th 1717, four London Lodges met at the Goose and Gridiron Tavern in St Paul's Churchyard and declared themselves a Grand Lodge. This date is known as the birth date of the Grand Lodge of England and establishment of the first Grand Lodge in the world.


Setup for our event underway. We hope for a great turnout. Moon Bounce, fire truck and a few other surprises by 10:30am.


Ashburn-Sterling Lodge No. 288 honors and remembers all who gave their lives in the service of our country.


This morning Ashburn-Sterling Lodge No. 288 presented two deserving students from Broad Run High School with the C.Richard Walk Masonic Memorial Scholarship. Ashburn-Sterling Lodge actively promotes and supports students in our community who through their Academic and Community Work, espouse our ideals of Truth, Love and Service of Others. Join us June 10th, and learn about all the different ways our Lodge is Making a Difference.

Roll Call of Heroes: National Police Week

May 15th is the Police Officers Memorial Day. Please join our Lodge in remembering the Heroes that gave their lives in the line of duty.

National Police Week draws in between 25,000 to 40,000 attendees. The attendees come from departments throughout the United States as well as from agencies throughout the world. This provides a unique opportunity to meet others who work in law enforcement. In that spirit, the Fraternal Order of Poli...


View of five of the buildings proposed to be removed in old Ashburn in order to construct Wellers Corner. The project proposes to construct 47 (or 49) townhouse condominium units on Ashburn Road, between Hay Road and Haven Crest Way.

Far Left: 20735 Ashburn Road, a 2-story single dwelling, Style: Vernacular 1890-1905.

Second from left: 20727 Ashburn Road - 1.5-story single dwelling, Style: Craftsman Style/Bungalow 1920-1935.

Middle: 20719 Ashburn Road - 2-story commercial building, Style: Vernacular, 1890. Originally constructed in 1890 as a general mercantile store for the agricultural village, it was known sequentially as Mr. Fadeley’s store, later Hutchison’s Store, then Partlow’s Store, and finally the Weller Tile showroom. The building’s second floor once served as the Masonic Hall.

Second from right: 20715 Ashburn Road - 2-story single dwelling, Vernacular 1910 ca.

Cut-off on right: 20711 Ashburn Road - 2-story commercial building (white), Style: Gothic Revival/Vernacular, 1871 ca. Located at corner of Ashburn Road and Hay Road.

For more details on Wellers Corner (STPL-2016-0049) see:

For more details on the Ashburn Historic District see:

Photo: Craig Swain. June 26, 2009.


Notice: The March Monthly Dinner and Stated Meeting have been cancelled today due to adverse weather conditions.


Received the District 2 MAHOVA Star and Morlock Award last night. Excellent work brothers!

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Photos from our Installation of Officers for 2017!


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43881 Waxpool Road
Ashburn, VA


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