Conroe Lodge Annual Christmas Party

The Lodge Party will be held on December 15th from 6:00PM to 10:00PM.

It is open to all brothers and their families as well as our appendant bodies (Eastern Star, Rainbow Girls, and York Rite).  We are also welcoming those interested in learning more about masonry.

Please RSVP here to let us know the number of people attending and sign up for the meal items that you would like to bring.

Our kids will have an opportunity to discuss their wish lists with Santa while getting their pictures taken.

In addition to our meal, we will be having our annual white elephant celebration.  Please bring a wrapped gift not to exceed $20 ish…

We are also asking for your support of two local charities this year:

  1. In memory of Lee and Norman Sloan, we are asking each member, and their guests, to bring at least one item for the Montgomery County Food Bank.  
  2. In continued support of Children’s Safe Harbor, we are asking for unwrapped toys for children ages 4-12.

Please add comments below with any questions or concerns.

I look forward to celebrating the season with you and your family.

Happy Holidays,

Ben Gervais

Time for a little housekeeping…

housekeepingMany of you might not know that the generosity of our brothers has created a need for a little online housekeeping.  Conroe748.com, ConroeLodge748.com, ConroeMason.com, and ConroeMasonicLodge.com have all, at one time, been acquired and used to promote our lodge.

Today, I have redirected each of these sites to one common site, http://www.conroe748.com.  This and all lodge email services are now combined and managed by the lodge.  This will provide for seamless transitions year over year and make it easier for the leadership teams to manage communications moving forward.

I specifically want to thank Michael DeFrance, Lance Runnels, Roger Sawyer, Mark Reynolds, and Al Pell.  Over the years, each has provided generous support to the lodge and has been a crucial part of our “tech” history.  We would not have had the progress we have had without their support and encouragement.