Welcome to Rubicon Lodge #237

Welcome to our web site. Please feel free to look around. If any of the information you find interests you in Masonry, and in Rubicon Lodge specifically, you may contact us at the address above. Fraternally, the officers and brethren of Rubicon Lodge.


It is once again time to apply for our Annual PM Scholarship.  This year the scholarship is $500.  All applications MUST be in to our Junior Warden by April 20th, 2015.

You can download the attached PDF, or contact our Junior Warden for a form.


It is time for our Annual Mystery "Meal".  In years past we have had issues with the weather on our traditional 3rd Monday in February.  This year we have moved it to Saturday, May 2nd and made it a lunch.  We will gather at Browning at 10:30am.  After about an hour drive, we will arrive at our (mystery) location.

Please get your reservations to our Junior Warden, space is limited and expected to fill up quickly.

To the Rubicon brothers and their ladies who attended the Grand Master's Reception on April 11th, THANK YOU.  Because of you, "The Gavels" have come home.  For those that don't know, these gavels were made by MWB Olmstead to be awarded to the lodge with the greatest attendance at the annual Grand Master's Reception.  MWB Olmstead was a dual member of Phoenix and Rubicon lodges.  So, this year especially, it seems appropriate that they should come home to Rubicon.

Three Eastern Star Chapters will be hosting an Honor Masons event at the Browning.  Triune Chapter #344 is one of them.  Please get your reservations to the secretary of Triune (check The Masonic Bulletin for contact information) asap.

Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.

Bro. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
US author, diplomat, inventor, politician, & printer
St. John's Lodge of Philadelphia, USA

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