. Tucson Lodge No. 4, F&AM
Tucson's First Masonic Lodge - Chartered October 15, 1881
Richard Vaughn - Worshipful Master for 2020
2020 Tucson Lodge No. 4 Mason of the Year is Jan Halvax, our 2020 Junior Deacon. Congratulations, Jan!
Tucson Lodge #4 had a very successful Table Lodge on Friday June 24, 2016
Tucson Rodeo Parade
The Lodge will once again have a decorated float in the Tucson Rodeo Parade on Feb. 22, 2018. If you would like to be in the Parade, please contact the Lodge Parade Chairman, Gene Wickey.
Click on photo below to see 2016 Rodeo Parade Photos
Get your Dinner free for your Birthday
Tucson Lodge #4 has brought 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.
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..
MASONIC HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT
FREE LOAN CHEST
A message from WB Paul Weathers:
After the closure of the loan chest west of Sabbar Shrine Center I kept receiving contacts in search of physical assist items. So I started accepting donated items and issuing what I received to people with needs. Before Brother Rich Gilreath moved away to Texas he transferred what he had left of the Faye Blackman Loan Chest to me.
I’ve established a smaller operation in a shed behind Builders Lodge’s Bundy Masonic Center. I have a hospital bed, wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, walking canes, bath/shower seats, etc.
So Brothers please be alert and attentive to those in need for such items, either for a short time loan or for indefinite time. It’s a no-charge Masonic charity. If we have it they can receive it.
Refer them to:
WB Paul Weathers
WB Dean Millard