Message From the Worshipful Master
W.B. Myron Bell, Sr. - March 2018

This year has started very positive. We are in the process of making three men better men. It is always a good feeling to have our brothers present in our Lodge meetings. We have proficiency practice every Tuesday night at 7:00 PM. If you can make it to your practice you are more than welcome to stop in and fellowship. I will assure you that we are not without good discussion at our business meetings. We still have many that need to pay our annual dues. March is our deadline for dues. If any brother has anything for the good of Masonry, please contact us and if possible come out to our meeting or practice. Those that are on Facebook go to your page and like us. Bellevue Lodge 325.                                                                               


A Note From the Secretary's Desk

W.B. Hal Cottrell, Secretary 


The Nebraska Grand Lodge Communication in Kearney, February 1 thru 4, was very informative with many great ideas shared.  The Bellevue Lodge received the Rock Maul Award, Lodge Membership Award, Nebraska Pillar Award, and a Plus Club Certificate.  I was honored and surprised to receive the Grand  Master’s Leadership Award with distinction and the Master of the Year Award.  I want to thank each and every one of you that helped make these accolades possible.

You just never know who might show up at Bellevue Lodge.  We were honored to have Most Worshipful Grand Master Patrick Barger join us to bring Mr. Steve Wiseman and Mr. Matt Sabo to “Light in Masonry.” MW Patrick gave a short presentation to them on what Masonry is. Which is “the world's oldest fraternity of gentlemen who base themselves on the code of ethics of the stonemasons who built King Solomon's Temple.”

Just a reminder that if you haven’t already, please pay your dues for 2018!  If you have paid your dues, THANK YOU!  If you haven’t paid your dues, they are now delinquent! Individuals who have not paid their dues will have their names read in lodge on March 7. And if not paid before the end of March those folks will be suspended.  You can pay your $110 dues online by logging onto and then clicking on the PayPal button or send a check to Bellevue   Masonic Lodge #325 1908 Franklin St Bellevue, NE 68005.   

One of the greatest aspects of Masonry is creating meaningful, long-lasting bonds with some fantastic and worthy  people.  Do let these fall by the wayside by not paid your dues. I encourage you to keep your dues up to date.