Brethren, As we head into our March Dinner and Stated meeting, I am excited to share that WB Dan Gray from Research Lodge No. 198 will give a brief lecture on “How Beaverton No. 100 was taught a lesson in Masonic Law (and lost their Charter) in 1908”. We will also be honoring four of…
Helping Others & The Community
We’re focused on enriching the lives of both the young at heart and young at age. Programs we support include the Shriners Hospitals for Children and Shriners Burns Institutes, and MasoniCHIP.
MasoniCHIP provides law enforcement with the tools needed to locate a missing child. The program is recognized by the NCMEC and received a special award of commendation in 2007. To read more about the MasoniCHIP program, click here.