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Mount Lebanon Lodge is one of two lodges located in Lebanon County that meets at the Masonic Temple just to the east of the City of Lebanon. Mount Lebanon meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month, except July and August, starting at 7:00 pm at the Lebanon Masonic Temple, 499 S. 14th Ave., which opened in March of 2012. We are currently part of the 1st Masonic District.
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The Masonic Temple Association will be having a Chicken BBQ prepared by Kauffman’s Chicken BBQ on
Friday, May 30, 2014 from 11:00 am until 5:00 pm
at the intersection of Cumberland & Walnut Street in the triangle across from Home Depot.
The cost is $7.00 and will include 1/2 chicken, baked potato, roll and drink.
Make sure and get your tickets now from Les Keller or one of the other members selling tickets.
Proceeds benefit the MTA Building Fund.
A Stated Meeting of Mount Lebanon Lodge will be held at the Masonic Temple located at 499 S. 14th Avenue, Lebanon, on Thursday, April 17th at 7:00 pm. Action will be had on several petitions and on Suspensions for non-payment of dues.
An Extra Meeting of Mount Lebanon Lodge will be held on Thursday, April 24th, at 7:00 pm for the conferral of a Master Masons Degree.
By order of the Worshipful Master,
Jamie F. Kopinetz, P.M., W.M.
See the link below for a advertisement with information on the Mount Lebanon Lodge No. 226 T-Shirt Fundraiser. Orders will be taken by email until April 24th or in person at the stated meeting on April 17th.
If you have any questions contact Brother Ian Ehrgood at firstname.lastname@example.org
226 shirt fundraiser ad
Picture above to the left are lodge officers Jamie F. Kopinetz, PM Worshipful Master (center), Abram M. Shaffner, Senior Warden (right) and James V. Kennedy, Junior Warden (left). Pictured to the right are our newest Master Masons, John Dissinger (left) and Michael Eckenroth (right) along with the Conferring Master John D. Lerch Jr., PM (far left).
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I have been given a great opportunity to serve our lodge again as Worshipful Master.
I hope that I can serve this lodge in a way that will bring honor to God & honor the legacy that previous masters have left before me.
The officers and the members have entrusted me to take charge of the lodge, and I pray, with everyone’s help, we will have a memorable year.
Please consider joining myself & the other brethren each month or, at least, consider increasing your attendance at the Stated Meetings as well as extra meetings to support the officers and the candidates. Remember when you were a candidate and how important it was to have fellow masonic brothers guiding you through your journey.
Also, please remember the hours the conferring officers put into learning and memorizing the ritual work. Please help us continue to pass this historic heritage to future generations. May God grant you safe travels down this road of life, my brethren.
Jamie F. Kopinetz, PM, WM