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      Tucson Lodge No. 4, F&AM         
   Tucson's First Masonic Lodge - Chartered October 15, 1881

Tucson #4 meets every Wednesday at 7:00 PM

Stated Meetings are held on the First Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM, preceded by a dinner.  Dinner is served at 6:00 PM and reservations are a MUST. Price of dinner is $8 and ALL dinner reservations must be made no later than the Monday evening preceding the Stated Meeting or other special dinners. Reservations can be easily secured by signing up at the lodge, calling the lodge office at 323-2821 and leaving a message, e-mailing the lodge at TL4SO@HOTMAIL.COM

We are located at :
3590 N Country Club Road
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Phone 520-323-2821
Lodge Email Address: tl4so@hotmail.com
Martin Jones, PM - Worshipful Master for 2014 
This page was last updated on: November 21, 2014
Visits since November 6, 2002
This Site managed by John Prokop
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          Bikes for Books
Arizona Masons and Tucson Lodge #4 are donating bicycles to schools to encourage students to read more.  The programs sole purpose is to create an immediate interest for students to do additional work to improve their reading and writing skills and basic knowledge. 

Masonic Lodges through out the state have donated over 2,000 bicycles to schools to start the program and continue to do so each year.  It is estimated 75% of Arizona Lodges are involved in the “Bikes for Books” program. Several hundred bikes donated by the 10 Tucson Masonic Lodges have gone to Tucson schools.  
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Deadwood Lunch
Pastmasters and friends gather on the last Saturday of each month for fellowship at:
Laverna's Coffee Shop
Start Time: 11:30 AM

Deadwood has become a social gathering and tool for the Brothers of our Lodge.  The knowledge you pass on to some of our less informed  Bretheren is priceless.  You are the link from the past to the future.  The success of our Lodge, and Masonry is in your hands.

You do make a difference...

  Get your Dinner free for your Birthday
Tucson Lodge #4 will bring back the tradition of sending birthday cards to its members.  Brothers who bring their card to the next Stated Meeting will received their dinner free.
See Photos of New Building
Oct. 29, Chili Cook-Off and Pot-luck Dinner - 6 PM

Nov. 1 -  Fellowship Breakfast, 7:00 am to 10:30 am

You can now pay your annual dues to Tucson #4 on-line, using PayPal.  You can also make donations to your favorite Masonic Charity.  See complete information and instructions Here or click on the Pay Dues button on the left.
        Leigh Creighton, Senior Warden                         Jon Schmidt, Junior Warden

The Ladies of Tucson 4 are helping our Veterans. There is a donation box in the lobby of the Lodge where we will be collecting items that our Veterans need at the VA. We are asking all our friends to help us. Below is a list of items that are needed. Items need to be brand new and unopened

• Gas Cards (maximum $20.00)
• Grocery Store Gift Cards
• Telephone Cards (maximum 30 minutes on each card)
• Gift Cards (Target, Wal-Mart, Kohl’s, etc.)
• Bottled Water
• Movie Tickets with refreshment coupons
• Comfort Articles (travel size) such as shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, combs, dental floss, disposable razors, shaving cream, hand cream, lip balm, Efferdent, pocket sized Kleenex, sun block, foot powder, deodorant
• Paperback crossword puzzles, word search books
• Baseball Caps
• Plain Tee Shirts (all sizes)
• Tickets to Sporting Events, community events
• Postage Stamps
• Slipper Socks, white athletic socks

Monetary donations can be made to the lodge and the ladies will go out and purchase these materials.Donations should be made out to: Tucson Lodge No. 4.
Please reference Veteran’s Assistance.

Thank You,
The Ladies of Tucson 4
Message from Senior Wardon, Leigh Creighton on June 10.

This past weekend many of us were at the 132nd Grand Lodge Communication in Scottsdale. Among the notable events was the installation of WB Craig Gross as the Junior Grand Deacon for the ensuing year. Additionally, WB Wes Stokes was honored as the Arizona Mason of the Year - please congratulate him for a well deserved honor. And WB Ron Allen received the Grand Master's Service Commendation (I think that's right term) for his outstanding service to the fraternity. Again, a well deserved honor and please congratulate him. The lodge also received the Master Architect Award and it was received by WB Vince Santos and WB Marty Jones.