• Pacific Grove Lodge #331 July 4th Open House

    Freemasonry is no grey mystery. Ever want to know what the inside of yh lodge across from the post office looks like inside?

    Lodge Tour and Visitation

    The Masons of Pacific Grove Lodge #331 are pleased to invite members of the Pacific Grove and surrounding communities to our July 4th Open House which will take place on Saturday, July 4, 2015   from 1100 to 1400 hours.

    The Open House and Tour of the Lodge are a part of the lodge’s ongoing effort to raise awareness of the lodge and its continued support of our own hometown Pacific Grove.   The Pacific Grove Lodge Masons are proud of the heritage and legacy of our country and our Hometown City of Pacific Grove.   The Masons of Pacific Grove Lodge #331are committed to improve our country and our city through the ongoing personal growth of the men in our community.

    The event will be held at Pacific Grove Lodge #331 located at 680 Central Ave directly across from Caledonia Park and the Post Office. There is no charge and refreshments will be offered.

    To learn more about Freemasonry in California and Pacific Grove Lodge #331 visit https://www.freemason.org.

    About the Masons of California

    Freemasonry is the world’s first and largest fraternal organization, based on the belief that a man who strives to improve himself can also improve his community and the world at large. The Masons of California have more than 60,000 members and over 340 lodges located throughout the state. The California Masonic Foundation is committed to making a profound difference for our communities, and touches the lives of thousands of Californians each year. Learn more at freemason.org and follow us on Twitter. You can also visit us on Facebook and YouTube.

    Media Contacts

    Ronald A. Chambliss

    Pacific Grove Lodge #331

    Master@PacificGroveMasonicLodge.org

    Mark Berger

    Pacific Grove Lodge

    MarkBurger@PacificGroveMasonicLodge.org

     

    posted to Cedar Street Times on July 2, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News

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