It is traditionally accepted by Masons throughout the world that on June 24, 1717, four London Masonic Lodges gathered together to create the Grand Lodge of England. They created a structure for organization that has survived for three centuries and spread around the globe.
Masonic Lodges existed long before this time, but the 1717 date represents the basic creative step in the overall continuity and agreement of principles that still govern the International Fraternity we have today.
St. George Masonic Lodge will honor this momentous occasion at the Meet-Up – Open House event which is scheduled for Wednesday, June 21st from 7:00pm – 9:00pm.
Please join us for dinner as we perpetuate Masonry’s grand tradition of Brotherhood and fellowship.
-- Wor. David Reinitz. Sr. Warden
St. George Masonic Lodge is available at very competitive rates. This special facility is equipped with a gourmet complete kitchen, off-street parking, large dining hall and a meeting room with a state of the art sound system.
An ideal setting for:
Please contact Brother Dick Rein, Masonic Lodge Trustee, for information, pricing and availability at (435) 635-4842).
We hope you, friends and family will be joining St. George Masonic Lodge's luncheon on Saturday. May 20th at 12:00 at the Elk's Lodge.
The deadline for reservations is this Saturday, May 13th. After that date, the Elks will order the food and our Lodge will be charged for the amount they cook. The cost for the full-course delicious chicken lunch is $15.00 which will be collected once you arrive. This is the 3rd year St. George Masonic Lodge will be hosting and honoring these American heroes who will be joining us from the Southern Utah Veterans Home in Ivans. A special program will be presented by Brother Kurt Record. If you plan to attend and have yet to confirm reservations that you either email; Wor. David Reinitz at firstname.lastname@example.org or text or call David at 801-717-5782 with the total number who plan to attend.
Thank you for your cooperation and hoping for a big turn-out on this Patriotic occasion.
-- Wor. David Reinitz. Sr. Warden
Our next monthly Meet-Up will be held on Wednesday, May 17th from 7:00-9:00. Wor. Jim Etling and Helen Hyrske will be hosting a delicious dinner which we're sure everyone will enjoy. This event is always one of the highlights each month and look forward to joining together in the warm spirit of fellowship and friendship as we open our doors for this Lodge and oublic gathering.
The Child I.D. Program originally planned to be held outside of our dining area that same evening has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. We are sorry for any inconvenience this might cause but there are still some technical issues which are still being worked on. We are anxious to move forward with this and want our introduction to move smoothly and efficiently. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Wor. David Reinitz, Sr. Warden
Our successful "Educator of the Year Award Event" was held Wednesday, May 3, 2017. It was reviewed and recorded by KCSG T.V.. We have been advised that the completed video will air on Thursday May 11th following their hews broadcast at 8:00pm. Channel locations where it can be seen are:
We are extremely grateful to Mr. Aaron Crane (Creative Director of KCSS Television) for including St. George Masonic Lodge's presentation as part of their Community Events programing. It turned out to be a very special night and are appreciative of having our Masonic Lodge activity presented in this manner.
Brothers, family, friends and special guests were treated to an extraordinary evening at St. George Masonic Temple. On Wednesday, May 7, a capacity crowd filled the Lodge room including Professor Seegmiller, his family, numerous students from Dixie State University and media coverage who recorded the event and later presented it as part of a featured story on various St. George News channels.
Lisa Hopkins-Seegmiller, Professor Seegmiller's wife and Tony Award winner for her exceptional work on Broadway, inspired the crowd by singing her beautiful rendition of “Climb Every Mountain.”
Brother Zach Reed, on behalf the Lodge, presented her with a beautiful bouquet of red roses. Professor Travis Seegmiller than gave a lecture concerning challenges in his own life that lead him back to where he was born and dedication as a scholar, attorney, civic leader and dedicated educator.
Worshipful Gerardo Flores then with well-thought-out and delivered words, presented a special plaque honoring the Professor as the Masonic Lodge’s “2017 Educator of the Year.”
Following the event, TV. interviews and pictures were taken and refreshments were served in the dining hall. St. George Masonic Lodge would like to extend a very special thank you to our Brother Zach Reed for his recommendation of Professor Seegmiller and for his part in creating a night which will be long remembered.
-- Wor. David Reinitz, Sr. Warden