How to Kill Your Lodge

How to Kill Your Lodge
  • Don’t come.
  • When you do come, come late.
  • Never accept an office. It is better to stay out-side and criticize.
  • The officers asked for the job, let them do all the work.
  • Never pay your dues in advance. Wait until you get your moneys worth and then wait a while longer.
  • It is good to tell your officers failings to visitors, they might be a long time finding them out.
  • If there are a few zealous workers in the Lodge inform everyone the Lodge is run by a clique.
  • Disagree with established rules and regulations, let people know you have a mind of your own.
  • Keep talking to the brother next to you in open Lodge, it makes for good fellowship.
  • If one brother has said or done something you don’t like, be mad at the whole Lodge.

– Author Unknown

 

 

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Carmel Lodge #421

Carmel Masonic Lodge #421 has a reputation as an open, welcoming Masonic lodge. We continue to attract both new members and transfers. Many lodge members, who haven’t been regularly attending lodge, find the friendly and active atmosphere at “421” results in a desire to attend more often, get more involved in degree work, or simply come out and join us at the next fun social.

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Nathan Weaver
Nathan Weaver
17:10 08 Jul 17
How do I join
Jeff Conrad
Jeff Conrad
18:18 11 Apr 22
An excellent group of people! Welcoming, fun and civic-minded.
Matt Lackner
Matt Lackner
12:52 02 Oct 20
Nice building and warmly welcomed by my brothers there. Happy that I could help our brothers welcome some friends into our fraternity.
John Crow Dog
John Crow Dog
12:50 08 Aug 18
Wonderful Brotherhood the camaraderie is top-tier
Michael Langdon
Michael Langdon
22:29 10 Sep 22
Very good food for breakfast, on the 2nd Saturday of the month, 7-10:30
Brian Ross
Brian Ross
23:44 05 May 18
Fun group of people to hang out with.
Ron de Leon
Ron de Leon
01:56 15 Feb 24
Their pancake breakfast is top-notch and well worth the price. Lots of good men in the lodge.
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