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Shane Vance
Nov 01 2017 21:11 PM Post #217

Lodge Name & Number : Benton City Lodge #81
Lodge City & State : Shellsburg iowa
I want to thank all of the brothers in Evansville. Showing a traveling brother the brotherhood and acceptance that you brothers did was an inspiration and refreshing. The degree work you performed and the knowledge within the the lodge was hands down some of the best I have been involved in. Keep it my brothers and thank you for letting me find more light in Masonry.
Ben P.
Sep 09 2017 22:30 PM Post #209

Lodge Name & Number : Evansville #64
Lodge City & State : Evansville, Indiana
Lodge Country if Other than USA : United States
Your Lodge Website :
When is a man a Mason?

When he can look out over the rivers, the hills, and the far horizon with a profound sense of his own littleness in the vast scheme of things, and yet have faith, hope, and courage-which is the root Of every virtue.

When he knows that down in his heart every man is as noble, as vile, as divine, as diabolic, and as lonely as himself, and seeks to know, to forgive, and to love his fellowman.

When he knows how to sympathize with men in their sorrows, yea, even in their sins--knowing that each man fights a hard fight against many odds.

When he has learned how to make friends and to keep them, and above all how to keep friends with himself

When he loves flowers, can hunt birds with out a gun, and feels the thrill of an old forgotten joy when he hears the laugh of a little child.

When he can be happy and high-minded amid the meaner drudgeries of life.

When star-crowned trees and the glint of sunlight on flowing waters subdue him like the thought of one much loved and long dead.

When no voice of distress reaches his ears in vain, and no hand seeks his aid with out response.

When he finds good in every faith that helps any man to lay hold of divine things and sees majestic meanings in life, whatever the name of that faith may be.

When he can look into a wayside puddle and see something beyond mud, and into the face of the most forlorn fellow mortal and see something beyond sin.

When he knows how to pray, how to love, how to hope.

When he has kept faith with himself, with his fellowman, and with his God; in his hand a sword for evil, in his heart a bit of a song--glad to live, but not afraid to die!

Such a man has found the only real secret of Masonry, and the one which it is trying to give to all the world.

Written by the Reverend Joseph Fort Newton, an internationally honored minister of the first half of the 20th Century and Grand Chaplain, Grand Lodge of Iowa, 1911-1913.
Jacob Duncan
Jun 13 2017 19:17 PM Post #202

I am interested in membership to your lodge. My grandfather was a member of the lodge in Ohio and I would very much like to carry on that legacy, if so deemed. Thank you for your time gentlemen.

J. Duncan
Cory Davis
Nov 30 2016 18:14 PM Post #188

Hello and greetings! I am very interested in joining your lodge and becoming a member. My great grandfather was a MM and I would be honored to carry on the tradition if found worthy. Jim Wood told me to visit this site and seek petition.

Looking Forward,

Cory Davis
(812) 682-1720
kristopher j. ray
Jul 28 2016 16:33 PM Post #182

Lodge Name & Number : #64
Lodge City & State : 4232405737
Lodge Country if Other than USA : United States
Your Lodge Website :
Can someone please contact me about membership. I was a member of DeMolay in middle school or high school. Just moved to Evansville for Chattanooga.

Kris Ray
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Robert Lynn
Jun 29 2016 17:45 PM Post #180

I am looking to join the Freemasons and learn more about what they do. I would love for members to help give me first hand experiences. I am turning 21 and in the Navy. Right now I'm going to USI as a history major and secondary education minor.
Dale Sirkle
May 16 2016 22:10 PM Post #178

Lodge Name & Number : Plymouth Rock Lodge 47
Lodge City & State : Plymouth, Michigan
Lodge Country if Other than USA : United States
Your Lodge Website :
Brothers, I understand that you are now at Annual Communication. My family was one of the first 5 families that settled in your area. They lived in Union Twp right where Old Henderson Rd turns West at the Ohio River. They lived there for many generations until my grandfather left the farm for Michigan. He was a Mason a had a Masonic Funeral Service. I was only 21 then . I suspect that he may have been raised to MM in Evansville. I will be coming to Evansville to see the land of my forefathers for the first time Thursday and will spend the weekend there. I was hoping for any help or info that you may be able to give me. My ancestors are buried in Locust Hill Cemetary and another one there also. My cell # is 734-905-0135. Thanks, Dale Sirkle, Lodge Treasurer, Plymouth Rock Lodge 47
Jeff Sherman
May 09 2016 13:39 PM Post #177

Lodge Name & Number : Queen City Lodge #761
Lodge City & State : Clarksville, TN
Your Lodge Website :
I am working in the Evansville area for the next couple of months and thought I would find a lodge to sit in during that period. I would love to fellowship with you folks should find my worthy and well qualified. I am in good standing at my parent lodge and am willing to be tried.
Please reply to the included email:
Donald Colbert
Jul 07 2015 4:00 AM Post #43

Lodge Name & Number : Cythiana F&AM 710
Lodge City & State : Cythiana, IN
Lodge Country if Other than USA :
Congratulations on your dedication coming up. I'm planning on attending this ceremony.
Kevin M Spencer, PM
May 12 2015 10:49 AM Post #42

Lodge Name & Number : Pike #121
Lodge City & State : Petersburg, Indiana
Excellent site! Looking forward to making the time to come and visit your Lodge!
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