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Grand Master’s Message – Summer 2022

I’m Proud to be a Freemason! I’m Proud of who we are! I’m Proud of what we do!      Who we are is you! Thank you all for having confidence in me to be the leader of our Fraternity! I promise I will try my best to make you Proud and to make your Masonic experience as great as possible. I will not be doing it alone, as no one could. I have an amazing team of extremely talented men

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The Brothers of Sun Prairie Lodge No. 143 Recently Donated $3,000 to the Sun Prairie School District’s FREE and Reduced Lunch Program

The Brothers of Sun Prairie Lodge No. 143 recently donated $3,000 to the Sun Prairie School District’s Free and Reduced Lunch program to ensure that the community and children continue to receive proper nourishment. Over the past several years, Sun Prairie Lodge has taken upon itself to help feed the community through our “Feeding Our Future” program, in which the Lodge and members, raise money through fundraising to be given to the Sun Prairie School District’s Free and Reduced Lunch

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Waukesha Masonic Lodge No. 37 Recently Donated 100 lbs. of Fresh Vidalia Onions to the Waukesha Food Pantry

Waukesha Masonic Lodge No. 37 recently donated 100 lbs. of fresh Vidalia onions to the Waukesha Food Pantry. Robert Baker of the Food Pantry, pictured in photo, gladly accepts the donation. According to Mr. Baker, receiving fresh produce is especially appreciated by the families they serve. This marks the 18th consecutive year that Waukesha Lodge has made this annual donation. Submitted by Bro. Gary Ebert

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Wisconsin Rapids Lodge No. 128 Organized the First Youth Bike Rodeo/Safety Fair

   The Wisconsin Rapids Lodge No. 128 organized the first youth Bike Rodeo/Safety Fair on May 7. It has not been done in the area communities in a very long time. This was one of the products of a lodge visioning process that was conducted three years ago and on hold due to the pandemic, when we asked ourselves “what is our lodge identity”? When we acknowledge our Masonic history and the legacy, we have been given by previous generations we

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Master Rick Schnabel of Forest Lodge No. 130 Wausau, presents check to Commander Bob Weller of Wausau American Legion Post 10

Master Rick Schnabel of Forest Lodge No. 130, Wausau, on behalf of the brothers of that Lodge, presented a check to Commander Bob Weller of Wausau American Legion Post 10 at one of their recent meetings. The donation was made to support the Veteran’s Avenue of Honor project for 2022. The Avenue of Honor is a tribute to those veterans from our area who served our country.  Banners with their pictures are displayed on Grand Avenue in Wausau from mid-May through Veterans

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Grand Master’s Message – June 2022

Where Do We Go From Here?      That’s a good question! My term as your Grand Master is coming to an end.  But Masonry in Wisconsin is moving forward!  In my opinion it is alive and well!      First and foremost, I would love to see you continue to Spread the Cement of Brotherly Love! This is an important part of our Masonic Brotherhood. Love is the cement that binds us together as Brothers! Love is what makes the world

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Grand Master’s Message – Summer 2022

I’m Proud to be a Freemason! I’m Proud of who we are! I’m Proud of what we do!      Who we are is you! Thank you all for having confidence in me to be the leader of our Fraternity! I promise I will try my best to make you Proud and to make your Masonic experience as great as possible. I will not be doing it alone, as no one could. I have an amazing team of extremely talented men

Read More »

The Brothers of Sun Prairie Lodge No. 143 Recently Donated $3,000 to the Sun Prairie School District’s FREE and Reduced Lunch Program

The Brothers of Sun Prairie Lodge No. 143 recently donated $3,000 to the Sun Prairie School District’s Free and Reduced Lunch program to ensure that the community and children continue to receive proper nourishment. Over the past several years, Sun Prairie Lodge has taken upon itself to help feed the community through our “Feeding Our Future” program, in which the Lodge and members, raise money through fundraising to be given to the Sun Prairie School District’s Free and Reduced Lunch

Read More »

Waukesha Masonic Lodge No. 37 Recently Donated 100 lbs. of Fresh Vidalia Onions to the Waukesha Food Pantry

Waukesha Masonic Lodge No. 37 recently donated 100 lbs. of fresh Vidalia onions to the Waukesha Food Pantry. Robert Baker of the Food Pantry, pictured in photo, gladly accepts the donation. According to Mr. Baker, receiving fresh produce is especially appreciated by the families they serve. This marks the 18th consecutive year that Waukesha Lodge has made this annual donation. Submitted by Bro. Gary Ebert

Read More »

Wisconsin Rapids Lodge No. 128 Organized the First Youth Bike Rodeo/Safety Fair

   The Wisconsin Rapids Lodge No. 128 organized the first youth Bike Rodeo/Safety Fair on May 7. It has not been done in the area communities in a very long time. This was one of the products of a lodge visioning process that was conducted three years ago and on hold due to the pandemic, when we asked ourselves “what is our lodge identity”? When we acknowledge our Masonic history and the legacy, we have been given by previous generations we

Read More »

Master Rick Schnabel of Forest Lodge No. 130 Wausau, presents check to Commander Bob Weller of Wausau American Legion Post 10

Master Rick Schnabel of Forest Lodge No. 130, Wausau, on behalf of the brothers of that Lodge, presented a check to Commander Bob Weller of Wausau American Legion Post 10 at one of their recent meetings. The donation was made to support the Veteran’s Avenue of Honor project for 2022. The Avenue of Honor is a tribute to those veterans from our area who served our country.  Banners with their pictures are displayed on Grand Avenue in Wausau from mid-May through Veterans

Read More »

Grand Master’s Message – June 2022

Where Do We Go From Here?      That’s a good question! My term as your Grand Master is coming to an end.  But Masonry in Wisconsin is moving forward!  In my opinion it is alive and well!      First and foremost, I would love to see you continue to Spread the Cement of Brotherly Love! This is an important part of our Masonic Brotherhood. Love is the cement that binds us together as Brothers! Love is what makes the world

Read More »
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