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George Washington 1776 Lodge #337, F. & A.M., Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin

Lodge Calendar
Our Purpose
Lodge Officers
"The Surveyor" Trestleboard
Being Made a Mason
Lodge By-Laws
History of our Lodge
Andy Paradowski, PM
Our National Anthem
The Gavel of Leadership
Past Masters Club
Contact Us


Welcome to George Washington 1776 Lodge's website
We encourage fellow Masons to visit our Lodge on our lodge nights, which are the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7:30 PM, except in July and August when we are dark.  We love to meet brothers from all around the world.  Our lodge is at 517 E Beaumont Ave in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, near the corner of Silver Spring Rd. and Lake Drive, behind Sendik's Grocery Store.
We also encourage those who are interested in becoming a Mason to come to one of our public events or to contact us by phone, mail, or email.  Go to the "Contact Us" page for more information to contact our Secretary or Worshipful Master.

Four lodges in the North Shore of Milwaukee consolidated around 2000 to form the George Washington 1776 Lodge.  For a short history of the consolidation, go to our History of George Washington 1776 Lodge page.

The Lodge is furnished in a Williamsburg style and is named for our great first President.  George Washington exemplied a life of work and service, as he progressed from farmer and surveyor to General and then President.  Like Brother George, our members strive to improve themselves and to be honorable in all they do.

Welcome to George Washington 1776 Lodge
Otto Tesch, Worshipful Master 2011

WM Otto Tesch takes the East for the second time. The Lodge is fortunate to have experienced leadership to help guide us.

George Washington in his Masonic Apron - See our Lodge's George Washington Lounge

Our newsletters are called "The Surveyor" in honor of George Washington.

We invite you to visit us during one of our public events. Our members are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about Freemasonry.

Walt Smith, PM

Past Master (2010) Walt Smith florrishes a hint of Magic. Indeed, he is an accomplished magician.  On Saturday before Easter he mistifies 200 local kids
that come to the Lodge for the Lodge's popular
Easter Egg Hunt in Whitefish Bay.