“These retreats are very important to the development and success of lodge officers. They provide information and resources we all need, networking opportunities with brothers around the state and region, and interaction with key Grand Lodge officers. It also gets the master and wardens together, which is harder to do at home, in the lodge environment.”
– 2015 Master and Wardens Retreat Participant
Start your new lodge year on a productive note: Get new advice and tools to run your lodge while building connections with fellow lodge leaders at the 2016 Masonic leadership retreats. Registration is now available!
Secretary and Treasurer Retreats: Register Today
(San Ramon, Jan. 22-24; Irvine, Feb. 26-28)
“I really enjoy the retreats as much on a social basis as informational. It gives us a chance to get to know the secretaries and treasurers from other lodges and to pick each others brains on our best practices.” – 2015 Participant
“This was the best one out of the four I have attended. I truly did NOT want to miss any breakout sessions! They were relevant and timely. They started on time, ended on time, and were well presented. As usual the facilities and staff support were superb.” – 2015 Participant
Master and Wardens Retreats: Register Today
(Monterey, March 11-13; Irvine, April 8-10; Lake Tahoe, April 15-17; Palm Springs, May 20-22)
“I was pleasantly surprised by how much my eyes were opened. I learned an incredible amount of information I will use to serve my lodge and the fraternity as a whole.” – 2015 Participant
“I had a blast! Our facilitator was awesome and I learned valuable information that I will be putting to use.” – 2015 Participant
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