In order to fund our various charitable activities this year, we will be selling a special series of customized Mt Moriah shirts. These will be sharp looking high quality polos and you can get them personalized, if you wish.
- Navy blue with silver embroidery
- 5-ounce, 65/35 poly/cotton pique
- Flat knit collar and cuffs
- Double-needle armhole seams and hem
- Side vents
Each shirt will have the logo as it appears here in the image. The embroidery will be a bit more silver in the finished product.
You can find a size chart here if you need one.
Each shirt will be $20 up to size XL, then $1.50 for each additional size. See below.
- From XS to XL $20
- XXL $21.50
- XXXL $23.00
- XXXXL $24.50
- XXXXXL $26.00
If you want it personalized, it will appear on the right breast of the shirt in the same silver thread in the same block letters as used in the logo. Personalization will cost an additional $10 per shirt.
You will have until the February stated meeting to order and pay for your shirt. They will be delivered by March stated meeting. At the scheduled family dinner and educational events, a sample shirt in large will be available for any Brothers who want to try it on for sizing before ordering.
Reservations are now being accepted for the Nevada Masonry Sesquicentennial Dinner.
The Las Vegas dinner will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at the Orleans Hotel.
- Reception – 6 pm
- Banquet – 7 pm
- Program – 8 pm
The event is open to all Masons, Ladies and Guests. Registration forms can be found here.
Volunteers are needed to help one of our own. On Sunday, June 22nd, from around 7 to 11 AM, we are going to be doing some work at a Brother’s house so he can access his backyard.
Any Brothers who are interested, please contact W Mike Harris, Secretary. You may email him with this address.
At the December Stated Meeting, Brother Tony York presented a Gavel Set to Mount Moriah Lodge, to be shown in our display case outside the lodge room.
The inscription reads:
This Gavel Set is made of stone from the quarry in Jerusalem that was said to have supplied the stone for the building of King Solomon’s Temple.
This set was presented as a token of friendship by Worshipful Brothers David J. York and Thomas G. York, Past Masters of Summit City Lodge #170 F.&A.M., Fort Wayne, Indiana.
David and Thomas are the Uncle and Father of Anthony York, a member of [Mount Moriah] Lodge.
CBS Sunday Morning did a short piece on Freemasonry on Sunday, December 8th. Check it out here. Be advised there will probably be a short advertisement before the video runs.