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Our sister lodge, Lodge Silver Cross No 17 UGLQ

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Lodge Work

  • 17 June 2020 - Zoom session TBA

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Rodger Klopp

Recovering our Travelling Tool from Morningside L.
Great night was had at Morningside L on Tuesday. St George had 8 attendees to recapture our Travelling Tool. We helped make up a pool of 30 visitors to see M'side WM Jesse Martini initiate his step-son. Work was tops, and a very friendly festive board followed. Thanks to those who assisted.
We also had SW Tony Anderson on the hustings next door at Victoria L's installation.

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About Lodge St George

  • Lodge St George is a Masonic Lodge based in Brisbane Australia and is numbered 246 on the roll of the United Grand Lodge of Queensland. It was originally consecrated Lodge St George No 1152 under the Scottish Constitution in 1915. In 1920 St George joined the Queensland Grand Lodge as No 180. The Lodge changed its name to Yeronga and number to 246 when the United Grand Lodge of Queensland was formed in 1921. In 2013 Yeronga was granted permission by the Most Worshipful Grand Master to resume its original name of Lodge St George and retain its roll number of 246. Lodge St George still maintains its Scottish Ritual Work. In 2015 we celebrated our Centenary with a Re-enactment of Consecration Ceremony. Lodge St George meets at the Stones Corner Masonic Centre in Brisbane on the 3rd Wednesday night of each month except June. Tyling time is 7.00pm. We conduct our Installation Ceremony in on the 3rd Saturday in June each year.

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