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Detroit No. 2, 2017. The new year is here with a new officer line and the Lodge is already hard at work. Come downtown to the Detroit Masonic Temple and join us each and every week. We have a full schedule from here until the summer filled with degree work, events and fellowship […]
This year at the annual Grand Lodge Annual Communication at Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Detroit Lodge No. 2 F&AM was given the honor of being Lodge of the Year! This award is not the first for our historic Lodge and it is not likely to be the last. Detroit Lodge No. 2 F&AM has a long […]
Brothers, as you may have gotten wind of (banging of hammers in the air perhaps…), there is a new arena being built for the Detroit Red Wings within shouting distance away from our Temple. Due for completion in 2017 this new arena is part of a new urban planning redevelopment for dozens of blocks surrounding the […]
Brothers, this summer was a hot HOT hot one once again and we hope you took our advice at the beginning of the season and kept yourself as cool as can be! While the temperatures are just starting to fall, soon shall the leaves follow suit and we will be back in full momentum in […]
EDIT – This month’s Master Degree is postponed until October. We hope everyone had a great summer! As always, it seems it went by too fast but that’s an old story. Now the Lodge is called back to labor and there are new stories to come. Our work is already underway this year as we […]
The Most Worshipful Grand Master of the State of Michigan Dean Barr held a Grand Lodge town hall style meeting for the regional districts. The turnout of this event was impressive as Masons from the area as well as some who have traveled were in attendance. The Grand Master as well as a couple guest […]
Brothers, we have a new Secretary. Bro. Jeff Williams is now the Secretary of Detroit Lodge No. 2. Please make a record of the new contact information: email: firstname.lastname@example.org Lodge Office Phone: 586-876-4572 Please bear with him during his period of transition into this new position.
Brothers, we have a new Secretary. Bro. Ryan Thompson is now the Secretary of Detroit Lodge No. 2. Please make a record of the new contact information: Home: 586-362-8849 (anytime or leave a message) Work: 586-977-0790 x258 (business hours) email: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org OR You may reach him HERE on Facebook. Please bear with him […]
Thanks to the brothers who came out on short notice to help support the Cass Park Spit Shine event. We helped to make our neighborhood more beautiful and engaged a growing community of our neighbors who are making strong efforts to improve Cass corridor. Great care was taken by Brother Stokes to maintain the integrity […]
So far this summer is hot! It has also been damn hot outside! This past Sunday, our Lodge enjoyed a nearly historic baseball game. The Tigers won but all-star pitcher Justin Verlander was an inning away from becoming the fifth person in MLB history to throw 3 no hitters in his career before falling short […]
This article was originally published in Issue 3 of Masonic Magazine. By Stephen Dafoe The Poet’s Tears & The Masons’ Shame Robbie Burns is standing in Detroit’s Cass Park with his arms folded. The poet’s stance suggests that he might be contemplating his next literary work, except for the tears in his eyes. Looking northward […]
In an article on the Detroit News website, Detroit News writer Jaclyn Trop has a report on what is now becoming a fading deal with the concert pact with Olympia Entertainment. The article is reproduced here as follows: Olympia Entertainment, part of Mike and Marian Ilitch’s billion-dollar entertainment and pizza empire, confirmed Tuesday it has […]
An article on the Detroit Free Press website by Free Press Staff Writers MATT HELMS and BRIAN McCOLLUM claims that “Olympia Entertainment no longer manages [the] venue, which will remain open.” The article which contains input from Detroit No. 2 Worshipful Master Bisham Singh is reproduced here: Management at the Masonic Temple said the Detroit […]