The Grand Lodge Of North Dakota A.F.&A.M. In accordance with The ancient landmarks of masonry we will not entertain any dialogue concerning politics or religion. Any communication regarding these issues will be removed or blocked. Masonry is a Fraternal organization which does not entertain this type of communication within it’s meetings, publications or social media.Roger Stout
Table LodgePortal Lodge #84, A.F. & A.M.
- You are cordially invited to our annual Table Lodge to be held March 28, 6:00 P.M. Cdn. or 7: 00 P. M. Daylight Savings Time U.S. at the Portal Lodge Hall.
- Our wives are planning a delicious dinner, all homemade, with all the wonderful side dishes and yummy desserts. Dinner with wine and appropriate toasts will be served shortly after the opening. We hope to start right on time.
- Come and meet MW Roger Stout Grand Master of N.D. Masons and GL of SK will be represented, and renew old acquaintances and make some new friends.
- We promise you a brotherly warm & wonderful night.
- In remembrance of the hundredth anniversary of WW 1 we will view a DVD on the war. Hope, if time allows to have one or two short poems about the war.
- So that we may plan the dinner it is absolutely imperative to call with the number of Brothers who will attend. Please call by Tuesday, March 20th and give the number who will attend. I am hoping the Lodge Secretaries will make an effort to contact those who might be interested. Please call Bud Scheldrup, 1-701-926- 4251 or write to P.O. Box 187, Portal, N.D. 58772
- The Portal Lodge Hall is one block south on Main Street. We’ll leave the light on for you.
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In order to become a Shriner, a man must first be a Master Mason. The fraternity of Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most widely known fraternity in the world. It dates back hundreds of years to a time when stonemasons and other craftsmen on building projects gathered in shelter houses, or lodges. Over the years formal Masonic lodges emerged, with members bound together not by trade, but by their desire to be fraternal brothers.