WB Ed Kelly 3° - WB Gregory Covel 3° - Bro. Kip Coryea 3°
A Freemason prepared the bodies of
Billy Clanton, Tom and Frank McLaury
A Freemason built Schieffelin Hall
A Freemason began the oldest continually published newspaper in Arizona
A Freemason was the architect of the County Courthouse
A Freemason was the first
Mayor of Tombstone.
A Freemason designed the St. Paul's Episcopal Church & more recently assisted with its maintenance
You are invited to meet "Masons in the Park" every Friday morning at the City Park in Tombstone, Az.
A Freemason decided the Earps and Doc Holliday were not responsible for the "Gunfight at the OK Corral"
Freemasons do their best to improve the communities in which they reside.
All Shriners are Masons who donate over $ 1 million per day to Children's Hospitals
As a fraternal organization, Freemasonry unites men of good character who, though of different religious, ethnic or social backgrounds, share a belief in the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of mankind.
Unfortunately, as with all good things, there are exceptions. These individuals were not able or desirous of putting principles before personalities. These people not only impugned their integrity but that of our fraternity as well.
1. AC 2. GK 3. AM 4. GB 5. BP
William James, well-known psychologist and philosopher, said, “The deepest principle of human nature is a craving to be appreciated.” If we are honest with ourselves, we all want and need to feel valued for who we are and recognized for our contributions and accomplishments. It’s important for us to know that we have made a difference in someone’s life.
If a person takes the time to express their heart-felt appreciation for something we have done, it boosts our spirit, passion, and purpose. It builds our self-confidence, self-esteem and our entire self-image. It gives us energy and motivation to work harder and do more.
On Monday, February 17th King Solomon 5 held an education night .WB Kenn Barrett led an excellent and informative meeting covering mentoring techniques, interviewing candidates and what can be said when asked about masonry.