For the last eight years, Mt. Rushmore Lodge #220 of Rapid City has participated in the annual Tough Enough To Wear Pink campaign sponsored by Rapid City Regional Hospital. The campaign is to support those who are battling cancer and is a wonderful fundraiser. The lodge is very proud to be part of this. Pictured wearing this year’s shirt are, from left to right, Front Row: WB John McKnight, MWB Mike Rodman, WB Brian Cole, MWB Jack Welker, WB Jeff VanCuren; Second Row: Bro. Dustin Willett, Bro. Alex VanCuren, Bro. Ken Kundel, WB Red Alspaw; Third Row: WB Bryant Stokes, WB Dave Meltz, Bro. Chris McKiven, Bro. Greg Still, WB Steve Barns, Bro. Al Wilson.
Upcoming Conference of Grand Masters of Masons in North America
At the District #17 Meeting held at Spearfish Lodge #18, Spearfish, dinner was prepared and served by Queen City #89 Eastern Star. Brother Peter Fuller of Golden Star Lodge #9 in Lead was awarded his 50-Year Pin by Harold Walker, District Master of District #17 of the Grand Lodge of South Dakota.
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The Grand Lodge office and library are located at the Masonic Center in Sioux Falls.
It’s hard to believe that the Masonic year is half completed, but that also means we have several months remaining to further accomplish our goals. When I was installed as Grand Master, I made several... [Continue reading...]
From the Deputy
This has been a busy year with efforts being expended to ensure your Grand Lodge is representing you and working to improve Masonry in South Dakota... [Continue reading...]
From the West
I would like to thank all the Brothers for making the Mid-year meeting an enjoyable one. Pierre Lodge #27 did a wonderful job accommodating us. All your hard work is appreciated. We had a productive meeting and many current... [Continue reading...]
From the Grand Treasurer-Secretary
When once discussing the topic of Masonic Education, I was struck by a rather pointed response from one Brother, the main point of his argument being, “Why would I waste my time listening to someone who isn’t doing any better than we are at... [Continue reading...]