We all know about 36th and Euclid. Maybe you didn’t know this.

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, New York based Dream Hotel Group plans in 2022 to open a 19 story, 207 room hotel attached to the rear of the historic downtown Masonic building at 36th and Euclid. This is going to be a $60 million dollar investment.

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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Check our calendar for events and times!

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.

Trying Times

Brethren, it’s been 9 months since the beginning of this pandemic. I think we all were hoping that this thing would be over by now, however, not to be. Gentlemen, I know there are some of you that are a little nervous being around the other Brothers. Which is fine and we are all hoping you are well. It is fine if you do not feel comfortable in coming to meetings or events. We all get it. This is a very stressful time and we all need to take a few deep breaths and remember that the Great Architech of the Universe will see us through this. Until we all can get together again, please take all precautions and be healthy and safe.

Sad News Concerning one of our Brothers

It is with a very sad heart that I must inform the Brethren of Summit Lodge of the passing of another one of our very own. Wallace Lee Lowe laid down his working tools and entered the Celestial Lodge above. Wally was a 50+ year Mason. Everyone knew Wally, as he had that infectious personality that would draw you to him. He always had a great story to tell. He was a great friend and a wonderful Brother. Wallace and his son Edward introduced me into Masonry and told my wife that I only had to be at the Stated Mtg. once a month. That was Wallace. He will be greatly missed. I will raise a glass to one of my closest friends and Brother. Rest In Peace Wallace. Until we see each other again one day.

Michael and Wally helping Santa

Continued Prayers

Our newest candidate, the one who had his leg crushed in a motorcycle accident is doing much better. I would like to thank everyone for their prayers for G. Wolf. They did help and he is doing much better. I’m very sure he appreciates all the prayers also.

Something to think about

This was written by one of our own and thought it was appropriate for this time:

You know, at some time each of us has been asked in times of difficulty and danger, in whom do we put our trust. Now is the time to remember that question, Trust in God, by whatever name you know him by. Help each other regardless of political beliefs. Be compassionate to those who are struggling to keep vital supplies on the store shelves, or those who are unable to work because of shutdowns. Reach out in charity to do whatever you can to help a widow or orphan or maybe even that guy next door who may sometimes rub you the wrong way. Pray for our elected officials regardless of which party they may be part of and the level they work at, be it local, state, or federal. Say a prayer for our health care providers as they are on the front lines in this struggle. They are working extremely hard at this time to keep us safe and at the same time trying to keep their own families healthy.

Live your Masonic Virtues Brethren. We will get through this.

Well said Michael.

Summit Lodge’s Mission

Summit Lodge’s Mission Statement

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