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Discover the World's Oldest and Largest Male Fraternity: Jeffersonville Masonic Lodge Open House

Join the world's oldest and largest male fraternity at Jeffersonville Masonic Lodge's open house, where you can learn about the symbolism and history of Masonry


On April 22nd, the Jeffersonville Masonic Lodge will open its doors for a public open house.


The Lodge is located at 23 S. Main St. in Jeffersonville and will have its open house from 12pm to 2pm. Members and their families are also invited to come and share the day.


The Masons are the largest and oldest male fraternity in the world.


Thirteen signers of the Constitution and 14 U.S. Presidents, including George Washington, were Masons.


Today, there are over 2 million Masons in North America alone, 90,000 of whom are Masons in Ohio.


The origins of Masonry are rooted in the guilds of stonemasons who built castles and cathedrals during the Middle Ages.


Discover the values of charity, friendship, and character that guide the Masonic Lodge at Jeffersonville Masonic Lodge's upcoming open house event.


The tools and objects used by the stonemasons were adapted as symbols in modern Masonic ceremonies to teach moral lessons; known worldwide as a symbol of character, charity, and friendship, the Square and Compass design is the emblem of each Masonic Lodge.


Today, Masonry is a fraternity that brings good men from various political, social, ethnic, and religious backgrounds together to work to improve themselves and their communities in the spirit of brotherly love, relief, and truth.

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