Grand Master Terry E. Osborne to promote his theme
“Be a Mason” at the upcoming Grand Master Area Meetings.
A full schedule of the Grand Master Area meetings can be found HERE
- Be aware of your Masonic experience
- Be aware of the Masonic experience you are creating for others
- Education in the proper form and content
- Making a difference
- Share Masonry with those outside the Fraternity
- New men that would make good Masons
- Those under suspension for non-payment of dues
- Those you have previously asked but the timing was not right
- Share Masonry with those in the Fraternity
- Care enough to see that new masons are mentored
- Care enough to see that your ritual is done correctly
- Care enough about the Fraternity to replace yourself
Produced by the Technology and Public Relations Committees
An interactive “Masonic Lodge Event Calendar” has been added to the web site.
To view events just click on a county and it will return all events in the county selected as well as all adjoining counties.
To add an event return to the map and click on add an event, answer a simple Masonic question and add your event.
If you need assistance please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The three principal officers in a Lodge are represented by three columns representing Wisdom, Strength, and Beauty. These columns correspond with three orders of architecture revered by Masons. They are Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian. There should be Wisdom to contrive, Strength to support, and Beauty to adorn all important undertakings. With that in mind, I propose that we contrive a plan to support a fund to adorn that magnificent edifice we all own in Cedar Rapids, the Iowa Masonic Library and Museums.
My proposal is a three-year plan dedicated to raising money to perpetuate the upkeep of the Iowa Masonic Library and Museum Building. My goal is to raise $500,000.00 a year for each of the next 3 years. I am asking 500 members of the Craft or Lodges as a whole to each donate $1000.00 per year to the Iowa Masonic Library and Museums Building Endowment Fund. As a gift for your generous contribution, you will receive a column representing one of the original orders of architecture. The first year you will receive a Doric column followed by an Ionic and Corinthian. The Iowa Masonic Library and Museums Building Endowment Fund is a 501(c)(3) corporation so your gift is completely tax deductible.
I hope that you wish to participate in this program. We have a premier Library and Museum, but it requires a substantial amount of funding for upkeep and repair. All you need to do is send your check for $1000.00 to the Grand Secretary’s office designated to IMLMBEF. This program is purely voluntary, but think of the enormity of the situation. Don’t let the lapse of time, the ruthless hand of ignorance, or just plain apathy let our Library “fall in utter ruin”. Please give generously and help insure the future of our Iowa Masonic heritage.
To discover even more information, check out Iowa Freemasonry
There you discover the What, Who, Why & How of membership.
You can also fill out a form and a mason will contact you directly to answer any other questions you may have.
Thank you for your interest.