Osceola Lodge No. 515 Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania

           Corner of Coal and Lingle Streets Osceola Mills, Pa.

Constituted October 23rd, 1872
Stated Meetings Second Monday of the Month at 7:30 in
Osceola Mills, Pennsylvania



                   UPDATED APRIL 2ND, 2020

Dear Brethren,

While I know our brethren look forward to returning to their respective lodges and fellowship, I have seen first-hand the severity of this virus, and as it continues to spread, my concern for the health of our brethren and their families remains paramount. Therefore, I have made the difficult decision to extend the suspension of all Masonic events across the state until June 1, 2020..............

See the full letter of this important update from the Right Worshipful Grand Master at the Link Below;

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Our Lodge Location:
Osceola Lodge # 515 F.& A. M.
Masonic Hall, Lingle and Coal Streets, Osceola Mills, Pa.
(above the Post Office)

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  1. Being a man, freeborn, of good repute and well-recommended

  2. A belief in a Supreme Being

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