Wednesday, August 20th
5:00PM Sub Card/Proficiency Coaching
6:30PM Study Club
Friday, August 22nd
7:30PM Regular Meeting - Step Up Night, time to test out your new chair.
After Lodge: Washington Manor Committee Meeting
AUGUST 16TH, 2014 - FREE CHILD ID EVENT
THANK YOU EVERYONE!
Our MOCHIP Event went off very smoothly. Thanks to everyone who put in so much time to make the event a success, thanks for all the wonderful volunteers, our sponsors, and especially to the parents that brought along their kids.
48 volunteers, ID'd 68 kids - that too bad at all for our first one. Watch this space for details on next years event.
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS DURING OCTOBER
MOUNT WASHINGTON MANOR HAUNTED HOUSE
Watch for more information, check the Mt. Washington Manor Facebook page to check on progress. Click here.
Welcome to the home of Mount Washington Lodge No. 614 on the web. The lodge meets on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 7.30pm. Note: there are no meetings on the 4th Friday of November and December.
Study Club meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 6:30PM
See the Events Calendar for meeting times, news and events.
To become a Freemason, send us an email or call (816) 866-6146.
A Mason and A Man
My Brother, Masonry means much more than the wearing of a ring
Or carrying a paid up dues receipt so the Lodge will let you in.
You may wear an emblem on your coat, from your finger flash a ring.
But if you're not sincere at heart, this doesn't mean a thing.
It's merely an outward sign to show the world that you belong
To this fraternal Brotherhood that teaches right from wrong.
What really counts lies buried deep within the human breast
'Til Masonic teachings brings it out and puts it to the test.
If you can practice out of Lodge, the things you learn within
Be just and upright to yourself, and to your fellowman.
Console a Brother when he's sick, or assist him when in need,
Without a thought of personal gain for any act or deed.
Walk and act in such a way, that the world without can see,
That none but the best can meet the test, laid down by Masonry.
Always live up to your trust, and do the best you can,
Then you can proudly tell the world, you're a Mason and a Man.
CE Reynolds, Delia, Kansas