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Please come in, look around, and learn more about Freemasonry in Saskatchewan. The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, established  on August 9, 1906, comprises 58 Lodges and nearly three thousand members throughout the province. The "Craft Lodge" is the cornerstone of Freemasonry, the world's largest and oldest fraternity.

MW Bro. David Polachek, GM 2016-17

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The Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan, whose mission is “To be the Fraternal Organization of Choice for Men in the Province of Saskatchewan” is pleased to announce that David Polachek was elected Grand Master of Saskatchewan Freemasons at their 110th Annual Communication held in Regina, June 25, 2016. As Grand Master, he will preside over the 2500 Saskatchewan Freemasons in 52 constituent Lodges.

Saskatchewan Freemasons strive to improve their individual characters and to support local community programs that reflect their philanthropy such as “Youth”, by providing Leadership Camps, Scholarships and support to youth organizations that enable young people to develop the skills necessary to become our Leaders for Tomorrow.

Masonic Youth Leadership Camp 2017

mylc2015 logo_gls_siteThe 2017 camp is scheduled for July 23 to July 28. .

Grand Lodge Of Saskatchewan 2016 Scholarship Report

The Board of Trustees has completed the confirmation process and the list of 2016 Scholarship recipients is now available as listed below: 

  • Masonic Youth Trust Scholarship – Four awards of $1,000 each –29 applicants
    Recipients: Taylor Istace, Southey, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00
    Sierra Schmunk, Leader, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00
    Brittney Leitner, Regina, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00
    Rachel Hamilton, Regina, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00

  • Murray Montague Memorial Scholarship – One award of $1,000 –26 applicants
    Recipient: Olivia Woo, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00

  • E. A. Garton Scholarship – Two awards of $1,000 –9 applicants
    Recipients: Zenon Kripki, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00
    Brittney Sagel, Regina, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00

  • Post-Secondary Education Scholarship – Two awards of $500 - 11 applicants
    Recipients: Taylor Raiche, Battleford, Saskatchewan - $500.00
    Lindsey Chow, Regina, Saskatchewan - $500.00

  • Robinson Memorial Scholarship – One award of $500 – No applicants

  • Gilbert and Gay Cook Memorial Scholarship – One award of $1,000–7 applicants
    Recipient: Aleya Anderson, Warman, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00

  • Order of the Eastern Star, Robert Morrison Award – Two awards of $1,000 –8 applicants
    Recipients: Kaitlin Olmsted, Swift Current, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00
    Samantha Fairweather, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - $1,000.00

  • Order of the Eastern Star, Excelsior Chapter No. 21 – One award of $1,500 –12 applicants
    Recipient: Olivia Boden, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - $1,500.00

There were 102 applications for the 14 awards, in eight categories. The amount awarded totaled $12,500.00. Scholarship recipients have received their cheques. Lodges will be contacted shortly to give them an opportunity to formally recognize winners who reside in their districts and present them with their certificates.


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