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Welcome to Arlington Lodge #438

NEED A PLACE FOR A MEETING OR RECEPTION?

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Arlington Masonic Lodge may be the right place for your special event, meeting or reception.  Our dining hall has a full service kitchen and can seat over 100 guests.  Contact the Secretary's office at 817.274.7591 for details on the rental agreement.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 21:11
 

WELCOME TO ARLINGTON MASONIC LODGE 438, A.F. & A.M.

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You are welcomed to Arlington Masonic Lodge 438, A.F. & A. M., chartered by the Grand Lodge of Texas in 1874.  The Arlington Masonic Temple is located on 1415 Abram Street, Arlington, Texas and has been serving the Arlington Masonic community since 1963.

Stated meetings are held each second Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm which follows the family dinner served at 6:30pm.  While the Masons are at labor, the ladies and guests are welcome to stay in the dining hall for fellowship and games.  Visit our calendar on this web site to see what other activities we have planned.  It is my pleasure to welcome you!  For more information, you may email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call the Secretary at 817.274.7591.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 August 2012 14:58
 

Texas Masons License Plates

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The Texas Masons license plates are now available. Go to the Grand Lodge of Texas website for more information, visit your local County Tax Assessor’s office or go online HERE!

 

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The Texas Masons license plates are now available. Go to the Grand Lodge of Texas website for more information, visit your local County Tax Assessor’s office or go online HERE!

Upcoming Events

Wed Apr 23 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM
Blue Lodge Study Night

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Brethren,

The recording of our Community Service activities is a very important function of our Lodge. It enables us and all Texas Lodges to maintain a Tax Except status. We are performing the service in the community and that is a good thing. What you need to do is record it on the form we provide and pass that on to me so I can report it to the Grand Lodge. If you have any doubt whether your action is reportable “DO IT ANYWAY”. We are working with the Grand Lodge in making a list of recordable actions.

Fraternally,
Walie Francks Sr.
Master of Ceremonies