Who are the Masons?

Masons in Olympia, Tumwater and Lacey congregate at Harmony Lodge #18, the friendliest Lodge in Thurston County, WA. Our Lodge includes a broad cross-section of the community and we welcome men over the age of 18 who want to improve themselves by associating with like-minded peers. Our membership is distributed fairly evenly across age groups and by profession, although because of the proximity to Fort Lewis (JBLM), many of our members are active duty military or veterans.

The Masonic Fraternity is the oldest Fraternity in the world. The Masonic Family includes Masons as well as organizations for their ladies, couples, and youth.

The Masonic Family provides more than $2 million a day to charitable activities such as hospitals, youth scholarship, and those less fortunate than we.

To inquire about Masonry, contact our Secretary.

How to become a Mason? Click here.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Masonic License Plates

These plates are available and benefit the Scottish Rite's Center for Language Disorders. Pass the word!

Anyone can order this plate, Mason and non-Mason alike.

Be advised: this license plate is known to DOL as the "Helping Kids Speak" plate, not the "Masonic" plate.

And, of course, remember to drive "Masonically" if you have these plates on your vehicle!

According to the DOL website, the original cost for the plate is $40 and the renewal each subsequent year is $30. After production costs are realized, $28 of every plate, both new plates and renewals, will go directly to the Center for Language Disorders (and this is deductible as a charitable donation, to boot!)

You can see the plate and some of the basic info at the DOL site below:

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