October 9, 2000
Masons to lay cornerstone for new Bothell Police Station
The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Washington will dedicate the cornerstone for the new Bothell Police Station Saturday, Oct. 21.
The City of Bothell and the Masonic Fraternity invite all community members to join in the ceremony for the new public facility.
The ceremony will be preceded by a free luncheon at the Anderson School Cafeteria at noon (located at 18603 Bothell Way Northeast), served by Obadiah Council of the Knights of Columbus. Following the luncheon, there will be a formal procession to the police station for the ceremony.
The facility's architectural firm of Thomas Rengstorf and Associates, Bothell Mayor Michael Noblet, Bothell Police Chief Mark Ericks and master of ceremonies Vincent DiGiulio of Ashler Masonic Lodge will assist Richard McCartea, the Grand Master of Masons of Washington, in the ceremony.
Many Masonic youth and adult organizations will also participate on this special day.
Northshore School District students will provide music for the procession and ceremony, and Bothell Veterans of Foreign Wars will provide the color guard.
For more information about the cornerstone ceremony, contact Vincent DiGiulio via email firstname.lastname@example.org or at (425) 825-9403.