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On Ionic Ave Across from the Ionic Ave Boy's Club. Ionic Ave was Between Main & Beacon St.
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Neil H Donahue - Report this comment
On Ionic Ave Across from the Ionic Ave Boy's Club....Ionic Ave was Between Main & Beacon St.
Will Marengo (aka Sturtevant) - Report this comment
Yup! Right across from the boys club. I use to climb around the windows and colums, play on the grass, and play football/baseball and ride my bike in its parking lot.
Al Warhurst - Report this comment
I went to that Masonic Temple as young man, I was a DeMolay BOY. Went to dances there with the Rainbow Girls. My Father was a Masom, As I am now.
Don Latino - Report this comment
The street the Masonic Temple is on used to be called Mower. The name was changed to Ionic Ave. because of the beautiful Ionic columns on the temple.
Charlie Hancock- July 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Started in DeMolay there in 1950. Still active in all branches of Freemasonry in New York.
Paul in Virginia- December 17, 2010 - Report this comment
My mother used to waitress large functions there in the 1950s 1960s handled by Kendall Catering of Fitchburg. It was a "happening" place.

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