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What Are We About?

We provide all active Masons the opportunity to work within the community, from youth initiative, such as the Child ID Program, Outreach initiative, School Support, Holiday Programs for Families in Need and Many more activities to help support the community.

We are open-minded individuals learning leadership skills with the help, but not limited to the participation of all the Past Masters. Growing new membership is the cornerstone of the Lodge, with new members encouraged to be active within and outside the Lodge. The Brethren and families enjoy participating in Lodge programs and a casual atmosphere is encouraged at Masonic functions. We welcome you to ask about us.

Upcoming Events

Public School Month

Please join us in celebrating Public School Month on behalf of the Grand Lodge of California.

Date: April 28th, 2016
Dinner: 6:30pm
Program: 7:30pm
Formal Attire Please

Please RSVP no later than April 22nd, 2016: Masons of California are committed to making a profound difference for public education in our state.

This year Glendora Masonic Lodge is Proud to Honor Four Local Students Who Overcame Great Difficulties or Obstacles in Their Lives and Continue to Strive in Their Education.

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  • April, 25

    2016 Lodge Communications Awards

    The Lodge Communications Awards recognize California lodges that are doing an exemplary job of connecting with members and the general public through traditional and modern communications tools. Lodges may submit entries in one or more of the five categories: • Best Social Media Strategy • Best Trestleboard • Best Use

  • April, 18

    New Speaker Added to Symposium

    Bro. James R. Morgan III, worshipful associate grand historian and archivist of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, has just been added to the roster of speakers for the 16th Annual California Masonic Symposium: The African-American Fraternal Experience. This exciting Masonic education opportunity will

  • April, 18

    Inland Empire Lodge Celebrates 125 Years

    California Grand Lodge officers at Inland Empire Lodge’s 125th anniversary. Junior Grand Deacon David Brown and his father, Secretary Charlie Brown, presented Grand Master M. David Perry with a commemorative gavel. Rialto officials Edward M. Palmer (left) and Edward Carrillo (right) present Master Drew Lucas (center) with a proclamation. On

  • April, 12

    Celebrating Local Firefighters

    From left to right: Fire Department Captain Mike DeLeo from CAL FIRE (Nipomo); Engineer-Paramedic Brandon Kato from Morro Bay; Firefighter-Paramedic Billy Nason from San Luis Obispo Fire Department; and Master of King David’s Lodge No. 209 Robert Bettencourt.  Earlier this month, the Masons of King David’s Lodge No. 209 in

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Hall Rental Photos

Located in Glendora just below the beautiful foothills of the San Gabriel Valley, this traditional reception hall has a room capacity for up to 250 people.  The hall comes complete with a 20 foot stage, with wings and changing area, as well as a sound system that will have you

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