Library

Featuring an impressive yet growing selection of the literary arts. Holding a primary focus in the genres of Freemasonry and Esoteric studies, this collection is sure to please the enlightened mind.

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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

2018 W:.M:. Alex G. Powers
W:.B:. Alex G. Powers was duly elected and installed as the Worshipful Master of Gardner Lodge for 2018. He is especially pleased to be serving as Master this particular year which marks the 150th anniversary year since the lodge received its charter.

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2018 Annual Dinner

Gardner Lodge hosted our annual dinner yesterday evening and had an amazing turnout.  We served over 120 individuals with an epic line up of dishes including Chicken strips, pork ribs, pulled pork, and the renowned mountain oysters.  The food selection did not end there, an overfilled table with a vast selection of side dishes helped

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Annual Dinner 2018

Join us on Saturday, April 7th for the Gardner Lodge annual dinner.  We will have an impressive food selection including pulled pork, pork ribs, chicken strips, mountain oysters, and a wide variety of side dishes. Cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children 12 years old and under. Please come and join us! The dinner will

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Bro. Spillman Second Degree

Gardner Lodge is proud to announce one of our apprentices has proved himself through his laboring in the quarry and obtained his Second Degree.  Brother Dustin Spillman, after being declared proficient in his memory work, continued his journey in Freemasonry Thursday evening obtaining his Second Degree. Please help us congratulate our newest Fellow Craft in Gardner Lodge.

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Jacob Roark EA Degree

During the stated meeting on Feb 1st, Gardner Lodge had the pleasure of initiating our second EA for the Masonic year.  Jacob Roark found the likes of Freemasonry through the “old fashioned” manner of Asking.  He reached a point of having a healthy interest in the fraternity so got in touch with the Lodge Secretary who

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