Grove City Masonic Lodge No. 689,
F. & A.M. of Ohio
Chartered in 1923, we are located in Central Ohio just two blocks west of Grove City’s Town Center. Look us up on Google Maps. We are proud to share facilities with the Order of the Eastern Star, Grove City Chapter No.502.
Freemasonry is an ancient fraternity that continues to evolve with society, yet steadfastly maintains it’s most central goals: teaching the importance of a belief in the Fatherhood of God and Brotherhood of Mankind. We are your neighbors; the citizens of Grove City and southwest Columbus with a wide variety of professions, religions, politics, incomes, and backgrounds. Visit About Us for more information.
January 26, 2019 Orders for Subs – in time for Superbowl – are due to Ed Goldhardt. Non-members contact any lodge member to order.
Sub Sales Week of January 28, 2019; Workers and Volunteers contact Ed Goldhardt
• 9:00 am Tuesday January 29, 2019 Bag Peppers
• 9:00 am Wednesday January 30, 2019 onions, tomatoes, lettuce
• 9:00 am Thursday January 31, 2019 Assemble/make subs. Pickup at lodge until 6:00 pm
• 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Friday February 1, 2019 pick at lodge
Just received my Lego Past Master, and he is so cool! Cap, gavel, and even a Past Master apron that looks almost identical to my own. If you go to Etsy.com and search “masonic” or “freemason” you will find some very unique items for sale, much of it by fellow Brothers. Um… guess I should have added this info about a month before Christmas. Maybe get them as gifts next year, IF you’re on the Nice list 🙂
Here is the link to item shown (standard Lego head, so you can change it to anything you find such as beard, facial expression, etc.)
On Nov. 18th, the 2019 Officers were installed by Most Worshipful Brother Ron Winnett. Congratulations to Worshipful Brother Chris Wallace and his officers. The ceremony also included recognition of service award members, the Craft Club Member of the Year (WB Fred Ford) and the Sandy Goldhardt Award winner (Amanda Kondrath). Following the ceremony, refreshments were served downstairs and friendship and brotherly love was observed. Thank you all who attended and we look forward to another great year.
Our enormous old pine tree had become a nuisance in it’s location, even beginning to overtake the sidewalk along Park St. Today it found a win-win situation and a wonderful purpose by being donated and placed in the Grove City Town Center, where it will be decorated and featured at the annual Grove City Christmas Celebration on December 1st, 2018.
On January 1st 2019 it will be returned, glued, and nailed back to the stump from which it came (just kidding!)
Pictures of it’s removal and placement at the corner of Broadway & Park St were added to the Photo Gallery
The tree will be lit after the parade at 7pm and I look forward to adding even more pictures in it’s full splendor. We hope the residents of Grove City will admire it’s beauty. More information about the celebration can be found at the Grove City website:
(The tree is now lit and looks awesome)
As the cold weather has hit us already; there is a need for winter coats for those who are less fortunate. We are a giving group and I would like to see us put our forces together to support our community. We need winter coats XL- 3XL for men and XL – 2XL for women. The coats should be new or properly cleaned and maintained. Please contact us through Facebook and or drop them off at our December breakfast, December 1, 2018.
If you have any at home, we would love to help those in need. All of our coats will be delivered to M.A.S.H. Pantry, which is a resource center for our veterans and those in need. Thank you.