Prince George Lodge #178 History

Prince George Lodge of A.F & A.M. No.178 on the Registry of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon was instituted August 12th, 1967 and Constituted on August 24th, 1968 in our lovely city.
As its first Worshipful Master, Alfred R. Eastcott sat in that office for three consecutive years.
The first Secretary of the Lodge was G. H. Rush, and the presiding Grand Master of the Grand Lodge was M.W. Bro. James Hogg.
Prince George Lodge was established out of a desire of some members of Nechako Lodge No. 86 to practice Antient work and to offer an alternate choice to the Canadian work practiced in that Lodge to prospective candidates.
As residents of Prince George there are two options of practice in the Blue Lodges as a result.
Prince George Lodge meets regularly on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 8:00 PM, and our Sister Lodge Nechako #86 meets on the first and third Thursday, both with the exception of July and August.
If you are a visiting Brother we encourage you to experience both works, as the whole story is best told by more than one perspective.
If you are a future candidate you have choices, and whichever choice you decide upon it will be to your benefit to experience both Lodges by way of visiting your sister Lodge as often as you can.

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