Goose and Gridiron Banquet
Goose and Gridiron Banquet - Celebrating 300 years of Masonry since the formation of the first Grand Lodge.
Who: All Masons, their spouses and/or guests.
Cost $50 per person (checks made out to Donald C. Combs) Only 600 tickets will be available (about 350 left as of now)
Purchase through: Mail monies to Donald C. Combs 1262 Meadow Lane Darien, GA 31305 Tickets will be delivered upon receipt of payment based on availability, First Come First Served.
Where: Alee Shrine Temple Ballroom 100 Eisenberg Drive Savannah, GA
When: July 22, 2017 6:00PM Social Hour starting at 5:00PM (beer and wine only and none to be brought into the ballroom)
What: Dinner (Roast Beef, but may accommodate special dietary requests), Presentations, music/entertainment, mementos
Dress: Black Tie or Dark Suit preferred
Host Hotel (waiting on contract to be signed before reservations will be taken, should be today): Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Midtown 5711 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA Direct Phone:(912) 652-9300.
Reserved are 50 rooms for Friday and Saturday Nights with a rate of $139 plus taxes and fees.
2017 Leadership Conference
The 4th Annual Georgia Masonic Leadership Conference is now looking for qualified attendees and is accepting applications. The 2017 Conference will be held at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, GA on July 7-9, 2017. The Conference will have sessions on each of the three days.
Qualifications: Must be a 2017 Senior/Junior Warden or Senior Deacon.
Attendance will be limited to 125 Officers from the entire state so we urge you to submit the possible attendees at your earliest convenience. Multiple eligible officers from the same Lodge may apply, but acceptance is taken on the following basis:
- 2017 SW, JW, or SD
- First Come First Serve.
2016 Blood Drive
This year's Georgia Masonic Blood Drive has served our fraternity proudly. We as Georgia Freemasons have now contributed over 30,225 units of blood in now the seventh year of our blood drive. Once again we have contributed nearly 5000 units for this Masonic Year.
What does this mean to us as Georgia Freemasons?
Most blood banks or blood providers will tell you that one donation will save three lives. We as Georgia Freemasons have now saved over 90,675 lives. Nearly 15,000 lives in this Masonic Year alone.
These numbers are just simply incredible! Can you tell me of another charity that can claim to have saved the lives of an entire medium sized Georgia City in one year? We as Georgia Freemasons can claim we have done this each year for the past five years.