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New look for the Lodge Room

Calvin Coolidge once said:

“It has not been my fortune to know very much of Freemasonry, but I have had the great fortune to know many Freemasons and have been able in that way, judge the Tree by its Fruit. I know of your high ideals. I have seen that you hold your meetings in the presence of the open Bible, and I know that men who observe that formality have high sentiments of citizenship, of worth, and character. That is the strength of our Commonwealth and our Nation.”

Virtues we live by

We as Masons live by Virtues that we incorporate into our everyday lives. The four Cardinal Virtues which are Temperance, Fortitude, Prudence and Justice and represent the foundation of natural morality. At the end of the day, living by the Cardinal Virtues will bring each of us honor, and a reputation that is untarnished. Alternatively, failing to heed the teachings of these virtues can lead to a life of sadness, one where we are left trying to rebuild that which we once had. For our Lodges, as long as we govern ourselves by using the Cardinal Virtues as a guide, then we will continue to stand the test of time. We will, through our actions, ensure that the detractors of Freemasonry are overshadowed by the truth of Freemasonry. These Four Cardinal Virtues of Freemasonry provide a framework for daily living and serve as a guide for our relationship with God and our fellow man. As new Masons we must begin to develop and strengthen these virtues, which will help us grow and develop into better men. As experienced Masons, we should constantly remind ourselves of these virtues and their importance in our lives. ( Resouces: “The Four Cardinal Virtues-The Masonic Trowel” The Grand of Lodge of Texas; “Our Cardinal Virtues” by Allen W. Record 2008 Grand Lodge of Utah )

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Summit Lodge’s Mission Statement

Summit Lodge’s Mission

Our Mission Statement is still being worked on and once completed it will be posted.

Come out and join the guys for dinner and fellowship

We had 30 guys come out for Dinner at the Glennwillow Grille

You don’t have to be a Mason to join us for dinner

If there are 5 Thursdays in a month, the 5th Thursday is set aside for the guys to get together, have dinner and relax and enjoy each others company. Also, every couple of months, we get together and take our better half out for dinner. You don’t have to be a Mason to join us. If you have questions about the Oldest Fraternity in the world please feel free to join us. Our next Guy’s Night Out will be June 30. We will be dining at the Northfield Inn on Rt 8 in Northfield. 6 pm will be our meeting time. Please dress appropriately.

Ladies Night Out

Brothers all: March 19th we took our better half out for dinner. We had 40 people attend LNO which was held at the Imperial Wok in Solon. I want to give a big THANK YOU to Adam at the restaurant for happily accommodating us. The wait staff did a great job as we had an open menu. They did a lot of running while trying to keep everyone happy. If you go out to eat and your server does a good job, remember to tip them well. Check out the pictures on the Gallery Page.

Very true

Did not know this. It makes sense now.

Something to think about. There is a lot of truth to this picture

If you feel you are a good man and want to become a better man than maybe we’re what you’re looking for.

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