Who are the Masons?

The Masonic Fraternity is the oldest Fraternity in the world. The Masonic Family includes Masons as well as organizations for their ladies, couples, and youth. Masons are looking for men who wish to become better men, who are interested in giving back to their community and in self-improvement. We welcome any inquiries concerning Masonry. The Masonic Family provides more than $2 million a day to charitable activities such as hospitals, youth scholarship and those less fortunate than we.

How Do You Become a Mason?

Resources

More coming here soon!
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Bikes for Books Helmets
Bike Helmet Resource for Non-Profit Organizations: http://www.prorider.com
Why pay over $20 per helmet at the stores when you can get them for $3.95 to $5.95?

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Masonic Tribune

Latest Masonic Tribune - Now Available Online

The latest Masonic Tribune is now available online at the below link. MWB Santy and his band of artisans have crafted a very handsome document that I believe you will enjoy.
Access it now by clicking on the link below:
http://www.bluelodge-wa.org/tribune/

The "active" document is quite large and may take some time to download. Be patient. The "static" version has been optimized for internet use, and is a bit over 1 megabyte in size.

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Masonic Information Booth Material
  1. View the NEW Washington Freemasons Brochure here. (print out for your booth as handouts - very nice in color) Opens as a pdf.
  2. What is the connection between Washington Freemasons & college fraternities? Find out here. (print out copies for your booth as handouts) Opens as a pdf.
  3. Booth Banner Image (like the image above - take this to a local sign company and have them make it to your specifications) -- opens as pdf.
  4. Fair booth info sheet (sign-up form - print out for your booth) -- opens as pdf.
  5. Masonic info booth guide -- opens as pdf.



Downloadable Material
  1. Washington Masonic Code - 2010 (pdf format)
  2. Lodge Officers Handbook (pdf format)
  3. Proficiency in Lodge Management - November 2010 updated
  4. Petition for Degrees  (pdf format - prints on legal size paper)
  5. Petition for Plural - Front      Back