Terrific 25th Masonic District News June 2019

Grand Lodge of Ohio 25th District

May 31 Rufus Putnam award submission dead line to your District Deputy
June 1 Special Olympics donation dead line to Grand Lodge Charitable Foundation
June 8 Grand Master’s One Day Class at Argus Lodge in Canfield
June 28 Special Olympics at Jesse Owens Field in Columbus.
June 29 Outdoor raising at Cortland Lodge, Breakfast 8:00 AM, Ritual at 9:00AM
June 29 Senior Wardens meeting immediately after the outdoor raising at Cortland Lodge
July 1 Deadline for the “Mason of the Year” to be submitted to Ian McAleer, 2218 Henn-Hyde Rd, Cortland, Ohio 44410
August 11 Grand Master’s roll out program at 7:00 PM at Western Reserve Lodge.
September 14 Grand Master’s One day Class at Western Reserve Masonic Home
September 25 Blue Lodge Association Awards Night and meeting at 7:30 PM. Catered dinner is $10.00 at 6:30PM and reservation are required to WB Ian McAleer

Meet your masters

Niles McKinley Lodge – Brian Fisher has 3 children Brian, Jacob and Silas. He is employed by Ounes Ianazone’s Pizza of East Palestine and has been with them 17 years. He is also a commercial loan specialist with Paramax Capital. He enjoys sports, politics & learning. He served as a State Junior Councilor in Ohio DeMolay. He is a member of Senior DeMolay Mark Master Lodge and the Valley of Youngstown Scottish Rite. He has served as a councilman for the Village of McDonald for 10 years.

Gustavus Lodge – Christopher Mott is married to Nikki and they have two children Joseph and Haylee. He is the owner operator of Premier Stamping in Williamsfield. He enjoys coaching baseball and sprint car racing. He played baseball in college at Marietta College.


Below is taken from The Grand Lodge Web Site

Located near our nation’s capital, the GW Masonic Memorial is a an active Masonic Temple, research library, cultural space, community performing arts center, digital archive and a Masonic museum. Built in the 1920s with the mission to “inspire humanity through education to emulate and promote the virtues, character and vision of George Washington, the Man, the Mason, and Father of our Country,” the memorial stands proud in Alexandria, Virginia. The structure is open to the public for tours, facility rental, and library usage, acting as a strong Masonic pillar of education for those that seek to learn more about the history and heritage of United States Masonry.

Also known as “one of the great wonders of the Masonic world”, The Masonic Temple in Philadelphia is home to impressive Masonic artifacts, magnificent Lodge rooms and unique architecture. Also located inside this amazing institution is the Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania which houses Freemasonry objects, documents, and books and is considered to have one of the finest collections for the study of Freemasonry. Their library archives even possess a book printed in 1489 and their museum has one of Brother George Washington’s aprons! The Temple provides tours Tuesday through Saturday and if you are unable to see the building in person, head over to their website to glimpse the structure in videos and images.