Extra Meeting Monday June 25, 2018 7:00pm

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We welcome the following new Brothers who Entered our Lodge this year:

Jacob W. Beabout


Instructions for filing the application:

  1. Complete Sections A & D only.
  2. Attach check payable to “Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania” for $26. (Include cost for additional registration cards, if desired.)
  4. Mail completed application, and check or money order to:
    Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania
    One North Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107-2598
  5. The Grand Secretary’s Office will validate your membership, complete sections B & C, and will forward it to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

Click here for the Application for Special Organization Registration Plate


The State of PA has announced that effective July 17, 2014, specialty plates are now available.

  • Specialty plates are personalized versions of the Blue Lodge plates above, and cost $130 ($104 plus $26 for the registration).
  • Specialty plates can be up to 5 characters (alpha or numeric), and may contain one hyphen or space (but not both).
  • To order the specialty version of the license plate, please fill out this form, enclose $130, and send it to the Grand Lodge at the address above.

For questions, call Seamus Stimpson at 215-988-1901 at the Masonic Temple Grand Lodge Philadelphia.

Scholarship/Grant Fund Program Distributed $2,250 for 2017

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Hot Dog Fundraiser 2018 Underway

The Hotdog sales to bolster our School Grant Program got underway Thursday afternoon for the Washington Farmers Market. We made $76.00 for the opening day of the Market. Our stand is setup at the rear door of the Masonic Center and is staffed by volunteers who want to see the Lodge program continue to be funded.

Attendance for opening day was rather sparse throughout the market, but we did get a fair amount of traffic come our way.

Members of all ages are urged to volunteer to help out with this fundraising effort to ensure that money is available to award to the two local school districts we are supporting, Washington and Trinity. Last year in an abbreviated selling season we made nearly $550.00 dollars by selling our hotdogs. Hopefully this year, as we are starting out early that amount will be much more.

We man the stand from market starting time until closing time... about 3 hours and can use all the help that the brethren can lend. Contact Brother Matthew Boice, P.M. or just drop in during the market hours. And don't forget to tell all your friends Masonic or not about our stand and invite them to stop by for a good hotdog for $2.00 or a combo with chips and bottled water for $3.00. They are grilled right there on site.