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The Glacier District
Instituted on September 22nd 1892, with the founding of Kalispell Lodge #42, Freemasonry has been a vital part of the area ever since. We are proud to represent the world's oldest and largest (estimated around 3 million members worldwide) fraternity. Freemasonry is founded on a core belief that, through a common dedication to a Supreme Being and several essential principles, good men may be made better.
This site will provide you with a fuller understanding of Freemasonry and our work in our Ancient Craft, and information on how to contact and join us.
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Glacier District Lodges
District Officer Wor. Frank
Glacier District Lodges are located in the following Montana cities; Big Fork, Columbia Falls, Eureka, Hot Springs, Kalispell, Libby, Plains, Polson, Thompson Falls, and Whitefish. Please check the Lodge page for specific lodge contact information.
Kalispell Lodge #42 Kalispell
Mentoring of New Candidates
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Last updated on Tuesday March 05, 2019