THE MASONS IN SHELTON: A peek inside the hall

The Masonic Lodge in Shelton invited the public to visit during a community open house Saturday, where visitors could check out the hall and learn more about the organization. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

The Masonic Lodge hall in Shelton is decorated with many hand-painted murals.

The Masonic Lodge hall in Shelton is decorated with many hand-painted murals.

King Hiram Lodge No. 12 is on Coram Avenue, across from St. Joseph Church, and has more than 250 members. The Shelton lodge has operated from the site, a former church, since 1965.

The Shelton and Derby lodges merged about a decade ago.

Ted St. Amand of Shelton is a former master of the King Hiram Masonic Lodge.

Ted St. Amand of Shelton is a former master of the King Hiram Masonic Lodge.

Past masters of the lodge.

Past masters of the lodge.

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The lodge master’s chair, hat and gavel.

The lodge master’s chair, hat and gavel.

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Ted St. Amand of Shelton is a former master of the King Hiram Masonic Lodge.

Ted St. Amand of Shelton is a former master of the King Hiram Masonic Lodge.

A cornerstone on the outside of the lodge.

A cornerstone on the outside of the lodge.

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The Masonic Lodge in Shelton on Coram Avenue.

The Masonic Lodge in Shelton on Coram Avenue.

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The King Hiram No. 12 Masonic Lodge is in a former church building at 419 Coram Ave. in Shelton.

The King Hiram No. 12 Masonic Lodge is in a former church building at 419 Coram Ave. in Shelton.

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