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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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
The one and only, Brother Robert Johnson will be joining us via Skype on March 15th to deliver an Epic Masonic Ed piece. Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Since Dan Brown wrote the da Vinci Code, countless people from around the globe have become aware of the language of symbols. With the release of
Gardner Lodge will be Hosting a film screening of the new Masonic Documentary “33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry”. A date for this event has not yet been set but will be very soon. If you are interested in joining us for this screening please email the Master at Alexgpowers@gmail.com and we will
In celebration of Valentines Day Gardner Lodge held our first ever Ladies at the Table Lodge event to honor the women. This event was very well received by all and we plan to make this an annual event.
Special thanks to the Grand Lodge of Kansas A.F.&A.M. for granting special permission to live stream this event. Also to HistoricalLight.com for making the Live stream possible.
Another busy yet successful lodge night. The evening started out with a visit from the Baldwin, Kansas Jobs Daughters Bethel. They payed us a visit to introduce themselves to the lodge as well sell tickets for their upcoming Thanksgiving meal. This was followed by an unexpected yet amazing question and answer session. The lodge was
Gardner Lodge recently participated in the Wellsville parade in celebration for “Wellsville Days”. As many of you know the Wellsville Masonic Lodge merged with Gardner a little over a year ago. This parade served as a great way to let the city of Wellsville know that the Masons are still around and will remain a
Bro. Ralph Jensen, Worshipful Master of Gardner Lodge, is at it again! Every year W:. Bro. Jensen takes vacation from work to manage our CHIP (Child Identification Program) which we offer as a FREE service to the public. The program is truly amazing. Again, at no cost, the lodge provides the parents with a packet
Sunday the 25th of June was announced the be the official recognition of St John’s Day for Kansas Freemasons. The actual day for the observance was Saturday the 24th but it is a tradition that the lodges will attend a church service together on St. John’s Day. Gardner Lodge members had a full day of