Swedish Days 2016

On Sunday June 26th, Geneva Masonic Lodge #139 participated in the 2016 Swedish Days Parade. It was a warm and humid and our float blew a tire less than half way thru the parade.

Being men that don't give up, the participating Masons grabbed the American flags that were proudly displayed on the float and along with our banner marched the rest of the way, one of our Brothers calling the time out to March to!

Make sure to look for us next year. We may march instead of ride!

Geneva Masonic 2016-2017 Officer Installation

On June 6th Geneva Masonic Lodge #139 held it's annual Office Installation. This year many were in attendance including Past Masters, Wives, Children and several District Officers.

The solumn official obligation of the Worshipful Master's Office was adminstered by Past Worshipful Master C. Mark Jacobs acting as Grand Chaplain. During this obligation Worshipful Master Hegreberg was accompanied to the the Alter and Bible by two of his three children.

Pleae take a minuite to thank your incoming officers for the service they have comitted to for the 2016-2017 Masonic Year.

Geneva Lodge holds informational meetup

Geneva Masonic Lodge #139 will hold a informational meeting on 02/26/16 at 7PM. This meeting will have Geneva Lodge members who can answer all your questions about what we do and what it takes to be a Mason. Please visit our meet-up page to see of the detailed information about this meeting.


Geneva Masonic Lodge Celebrate 160 years!

This past weekend Geneva Masonic Lodge celebrated 160 years of community involvement and fraternity. Founded in 1854, the Lodge has been a active in the founding and formation of Geneva itself. The lodge continues its community involvement with Blood drives, providing backpacks to underprivileged children, fund raisers, bell ringing for the Salvation Army and providing gifts for needy families and children at the holidays.

Patrick Cradock Presentaion "Admit Him if Properly Clothed: The Evolution of the Masonic Apron in America, 1740 to the Present"

Wor.Bro. Patrick Craddock, Past Master of Conlegium Ritus Austeri No. 779, Nashville who is a noted expert on Masonic aprons and regalia, author and historian presented at Geneva Masonic Lodge about the history of Masonic Aprons. He covered over 250 years of the changes our Masonic aprons have gone through, from the 1600 hundred and their larger very decorative aprons, to our current "Lodge uniform" aprons.