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Welcome to Havasu Masonic Lodge #64 F&AM Located in Lake Havasu City Arizona

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60 years in Masonry
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Wednesday Coffee Group

November 11, 2008

Brother R.E. Palmer recognized for 60 years of membership in the Masonic Fraternity.

 

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Office Phone Number   928.855.1307

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Lake Havasu Masonic Building

Our Mission

Welcome

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Havasu Masonic Lodge No. 64 website! It has been designed as a way to inform the public about our fraternity and help answer any questions you might have about it. If you are a Mason and would like to visit our Lodge, or if you are not a Mason and would like to learn more, please contact us either by phone or e-mail. We hope you'll take a moment to learn about our Lodge's history and maybe, just maybe, you'll find yourself wanting to be part of its future.

Havasu Masonic Lodge, No. 64, F&AM, Lake Havasu City. This site provides information on Freemasonry in general and on Masonic activities, meetings schedules and locations of the Blue Lodge, the Shrine Club, the Eastern Stars and the York Rite Bodies in Lake Havasu City, AZ, and vicinity.

How do I become a member?

So, how do I go about becoming a Mason or learning more about the fraternity to see if I might be interested in joining?
It's very simple. We have a saying, "To be one, ask one." All one has to do is express an interest in Masonry to any Mason. We'll take it from there. Now you know what that bumper sticker means that you probably see every now and then: "2 B 1, Ask 1". Don't know a Mason? Well, you probably do and just don't know it. Pay attention to the rings we wear, the pins in our lapels, or the emblems on our vehicles. If you see the "Square and Compasses", you're looking at a Mason. We're members of your church, your next-door neighbors, and most likely members of civic-minded organizations in your community. We're just regular guys, and we can be found almost anywhere.

Havasu Masonic Lodge No. 64
2901 Chemehuevi blvd.
P.O. Box 1775
Lake Havasu City, AZ. 86405


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