What is the Cobb County Low Twelve Club
and How do I Join?
The Cobb County Masonic Low Twelve Club is a benefit organization for Master Masons.
The organization's purpose is to render financial aid and assistance to the beneficiary(s) upon the death of a member.
Eligibility only requires that you are a Master Mason in good standing with any Masonic Lodge in the Cobb County Masonic Convention or any Master Mason residing in Cobb County who is in good standing with a regular lodge recognized by the Grand Lodge of Georgia, Free and Accepted Masons; and that you are in good health at the time of applying for membership.
The initial fee for membership is ten dollars ($10), five dollars ($5) for initiation and five ($5) for four (4) advance assessments. Additional assessments may be paid in advance if so desired.
The Cobb County Low Twelve Club meets annually at
Samuel S. Lawrence Lodge #721 F&AM
1362 Sandtown Road SW
Marietta, GA 30008
The 2017 ANNUAL MEETING
was Saturday, April 1, 2017
at Samuel S Lawrence Lodge #721
Most recent slate of officers were elected at the
2015 Annual meeting on February 14, 2015 .....
APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP
The death benefit to your wife or designated beneficiary is $1 per Low Twelve member
plus $10 per year for each year you are a member.
This benefit is hand-delivered to your beneficiary in order to ease the burden of the expenses occurred upon your death.
How is this possible?
An assessment in the amount of $1.25 is levied against each member upon the death of a member. The assessment shall be distributed as follows: $1 to the beneficiary of the deceased member and $.25 to be used for operation expenses of the club. In addition to the $1.00 per member, the Beneficiary receives $10 for each year the deceased was a member of the club.
Example of benefits computation for a 25-year member
#of active members at death 471 $ 1.00 = $471
Years of Service 25 $10.00 = $250
Unused prepaid Assessments 56 $ 1.25 = $ 70
PAID TO BENEFICIARY = $791