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When Bob Sachs first peered inside the vault in the basement of his lodge hall, he wasn’t totally sure what he was looking at, but there, wrapped in canvas, was a five-foot-tall painting of George Washington dressed in a Masonic apron.
What started as an idea to turn a quick buck on a national holiday morphed into a million-dollar idea for North Bay Mason Jim McCullough.
During lockdown, the usually reserved Rio Santonil was compelled by an urge for action. And so, in September, he resolved to fulfill a lifetime goal and go skydiving. And then he did it again. And again. And again.
Fraternal organizations played a historic and civic role within Filipino American communities. Learn more about the rapid growth of Fil-Am Freemasonry.
In the latest issue of California Freemason, we explore that special bond and celebrate the many ways Filipino American Masons have and continue to strengthen the fraternity.
The photo above reveals how beautiful the Fort Bragg Masonic lodge now looks on Main Street in downtown. It clearly has increased the “face” value of the downtown area in the city. Considerable restoration took place on both the interior and exterior as well as the building being completely repainted in the Masonic colors. Many […]
Shrouded in equal parts mystery and merriment, Ye Antient Order of Noble Corks is a bit of an outlier even within the sometimes bewildering world of Freemasonry.
A curious thing happens at the close of many Masonic lodges. Drinks are poured. Glasses clink. Mirth swells. The lodge is “at refreshment,” an important if unofficial custom that encapsulates so much of what #Freemasonry is all about.
Belly up to the bar and pour yourself a drink: It’s California Freemason magazine’s Spring Drinks issue, our libatious celebration of the spirit-raising power of a good drink shared with good friends.
Give your day an inspired start with a delicious cup of full flavored Mendocino Masonic Secret Blend coffee. Students of today are our leaders of tomorrow and support of education is a keystone of Masonic belief. All net proceeds from coffee sales will benefit scholarships for Mendocino Coast outstanding high school seniors. For Sales, please […]
In a year without lodge, California Freemasons made their presence felt like never before.
From virtual gatherings to lifesaving Masonic relief programs, learn about how California Masons and donors have continued to create profound impact and further define what it means to be a Freemason for years to come.
Read the latest issue of California Freemason magazine and learn more about the ways California Masons are designing the membership experience of the future.
Masonic Lodge #179 Treasurer, Don Buckingham, PROUDLY presenting a donation of $700 (which will be matched by up to 6 local business) to Amanda Friscia, Executive Director, of the Fort Bragg Food Bank as part of “Meet The Turkey Challenge” 2020. This $700 donation being ‘amplified’ by a matching amount will go a long ways […]
When Bay Area resident William Arney—a member of Marin Lodge No. 191 and California Lodge No. 1—noticed a For Rent sign at the former home of detective novelist Dashiell Hammett, he had no clue what he was getting himself into as he began to look into the real estate mystery. Read more in the newest issue of […]
(Pictured above) L-R Don Buckingham, Greg Egelston, Rob Scott, Bob Cauckwell, Vanlee Waters, Jim Davis. Believe it or not! Masonic Lodge 179 received both a 1st & 2nd Place at the recent Fort Bragg Food Bank Soup and Chili Cook Off! Vanlee’s Chowder won 1st Place in the soup contest and Greg’s Deacon’s Chili won […]
Local Masonic Lodge #179 attendees at recent 2019 Winesong event. Pictured above L-R: Karen & Greg Egelston, Larry Jennings, Robert Scott, Dori & Don Buckingham. These Masons and their wives were proud to man the Merchandise Shoppe at the 35th Winesong Charity Auction & Tasting. It was a wonderful opportunity for them to meet the attendees and […]