Not just a lodge, A Family. Join us!

Our Brotherhood goes beyond the lodge. Gardner Lodge strives for not a membership, but a family. As Brothers we want to be there for each other both in lodge matters and in everyday life. Would you be a good fit?

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Museum

Home to an extensive collection, both physical and digital, of Masonic artifacts from our collective history. With two other lodges merging with Gardner in the years past there is no shortage of pride filled history to share.

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The Worshipful Master

2019 W:.M:. Kurt Neis
W:.B:. Kurt Neis was duly elected and installed as the Worshipful Master of Gardner Lodge for 2019.

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W:.B:. Angelo Mino Memorial Service

We are very sad to report the passing of our Junior Deacon W:.B:. Angelo Mino. Angelo was a Past Master of Lenexa Lodge No 35 and transferred to Gardner Lodge a few years ago along with his son in law Alex Powers. The link for Angelo’s Obituary is as follows: https://www.brucefuneralhome.com/book-of-memories/3823247/Miño-Angelo/index.php On May 4th there

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Lodge History Published

Lodge History Published

Brother Alex Powers, Past master 2018 has completed and published a complete history of the Gardner Masonic Lodge. This is a quality work in which he spent three years research for and a year writing.  This was professionally published in hardback form coming in at just under 700 pages covering the proud history of our

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Congrats to the Principle Officer Elects

Congrats to the Principle Officer Elects

Congradulations to our newly elected and soon to be installed, Principle Officers. Kurt Neis, Master Derrek Hittle, Senior Warden Gerald Sloan, Junior Warden: We invite you all to the installation ceremony which will be held on December 20th. Dinner 6:30pm with Installation at 7:30pm. Hope to see you all there.  

150 Celebration Table Lodge

On Oct. 13th, With only a week left until the big celebration of 150 years for Gardner Lodge since chartered the Master called for a Table Lodge to start off the festivities. A “ladies table lodge” was called although the ladies of the table lodge script was not closely followed. Rather it was titled a

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