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Posted on Friday 16th of February 2018

Brothers from Atwood, Goodland, Sharon Springs, Wallace, Wray, CO, and St Francis came together for a night of fellowship and enjoying and excellent meal, at St Francis' 2018 Table Lodge.

In the picture, WM Charles Graves is introducing the Eastern Star and Job's Daughters me...

Posted on Thursday 31st of March 2016

In the picture: Katie Jenik, Journey Lee, Devon Janicke, Reese Leonard, Vernon Butt, Jakob Church, Mickey Graves, and Sydney Sundstrom (attended but not in pic)

On Wednesday, March 30th, the local Masonic Lodge held a dinner to honor the junior and senior students who participated in ...

150 Year Rededication of the State Capital in Topeka Kansas

Posted on Sunday 20th of March 2016

On March 18th, 2016, official Kansas Mason's Day, as decreed by the Governor, hundreds of Masons from Kansas, all over our country, and even overseas, braved the cold air and came together on the steps of the State Capital building. Our purpose was to rededicate the cornerstone which was laid in 1866, during the construction of the original building.

The cornerstone is the 'well formed, true and trusty' foundation upon which the building is built. It is the mastery of a true craftsman which produces a foundation which can be tested by the square, the level, and plumb. The cornerstone is the symbol of firmness and durability upon which is built a building which will stand the test of time.

And on Friday, the 18th of March, the Masons of the world revisited that cornerstone which is the foundation of the Capital of Kansas, tested that it is square, tested that it is level, and tested that it is plumb, and reaffirmed that the Masonic values and mastery of the craft which formed that cornerstone have remained intact. It was then consecrated with corn (symbol for nourishment and plenty. In this case, local Kansas wheat was used.), wine (symbol of that inward and abiding comfort with which the heart of the man who faithfully performs his part on the great stage of life is to be refreshed.(1) A local Kansas wine was used.), and oil (symbol of prosperity, and happiness, and joy.(1)).

The Masonic Lodge of St. Francis #404 was well represented at the event, as five of our local brothers traveled to be apart of the ceremony.


Posted on Thursday 17th of December 2015

Brother Jeff Raile was presented with the Senior Ritualist Award by Marvin Seaman....

Posted on Wednesday 16th of December 2015

In the pic:

Back row:
Rodney Radcliff -Treasurer
Charles Grvaes - Worshipful Master
Rodney Ritchey - Secretary
Tom Stevens - Chaplain

Front row:
Marvin Seaman - Junior Deacon
Kelly Frewen - Senior Warden
Gary Shipley - In...

Posted on Wednesday 16th of December 2015

Brother Marvin Seaman (50 year), Brother Norman Dorsch (65 year), Area Deputy Grand Master Gary Shipley (who presented the pins), and Brother Gary Rogers (50 year)...

Posted on Wednesday 16th of December 2015

Brother Norman Dorsch Receives his 65 year pin....

Posted on Wednesday 16th of December 2015

Brother Marvin Seaman receives his 50 year pin....

Posted on Wednesday 16th of December 2015

Brother Gary Rogers receives his 50 year pin....

Posted on Friday 09th of October 2015

In 2014 St. Francis lodge #404 celebrated their 100 year anniversary. Together with the Kansas Grand Lodge, distinguished Masonic visitors from Kansas and beyond, and our friends and family, we rededicated our masonic lodge. It was an exciting day of ritual and fellowship. The re-dedication took p...

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