The Low XII Riders Central Maine Chapter of the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association (primarily Bangor and the surrounding area) welcomes you to our website. We’re a group of Master Masons who’ve banded together to more fully enjoy our hobby of motorcycle riding while emphasizing the tenets and principles of Freemasonry.
Join us for the third annual Chili/Chowder Cook-off 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 15 at Bangor Mason Center. Admission is $5 and proceeds benefit Maine Veterans’ Homes – Bangor residents.
Also note that District 6 visits the Veterans home every Monday at 9:30AM. Each week it’s a different Lodge but some of us try to make it every week. If you are interested in playing cribbage or just talking to some of these men and women who served our country with honor please feel free to stop by. Hopefully I’ll see you there. Kernel
A group of brothers were at Sarah’s House for some dry walling. See the pictures.
Holiday Party is coming up – December 14th. Cost is $35/person which includes a really great buffet meal. You can sign up and pay online.
As in the past, the host chapter – Low XII Riders – asks that you consider bringing a toy, box of diapers, or something else to donate to one of the charities they support, the Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers.
Also, due to liquor laws, please do NOT bring your own alcohol to this event.
We’ve added a way for you to pay your dues online again this year (though doing it at a meeting is preferable to save us the processing fees) .
We’ve got information on the state-wide holiday party coming right up. Hope you’ll be able to join us. It’s a great time!
Don’t forget our new address (PO Box 412, Brewer, ME 04412-0412) when sending things by mail – and finally, download and pass around our membership application: it’s here too!
7 September Great picture of the Low XII at the Mountain Chapter’s ride.
WOW! Our 2019 Tarbox Memorial Ride in Year #8 was by far stronger than ever before. 151 riders and passengers joined us on Sunday, June 2nd to raise funds for the Northern Maine Community College Foundation in honor of Mason & Shriner Marvin Tarbox who was tragically killed in an accident while performing with the Anah Shrine Motor Corps unit during a parade.
In addition, this year we also helped to raise funds for Donna Wiegle’s TEAL on WHEELS ovarian cancer awareness tour. Donna plans to ride cross-country to publicize the plight of women who are all too often misdiagnosed when suffering from this silent killer.