Your neighbors, your friends, even police and firemen have joined over 1 million other men as Freemasons.

Members of the Masonic Fraternity in Illinois have been making positive contributions to our communities for over 160 years through programs that promote education, reduce substance abuse, care for the elderly, and care for our youth.

Today, the Grand Lodge of Illinois is comprised of more than 500 Lodges and over 70,000 Masons – men of character from every walk of life all working together to build a better world. To find out how you can become a Mason, click the link below to start your journey.

Your neighbors, your friends, local doctors and many medical professionals have joined over 1 million other men as Freemasons.

Members of the Masonic Fraternity in Illinois have been making positive contributions to our communities for over 160 years through programs that promote education, reduce substance abuse, care for the elderly, and care for our youth.

Today, the Grand Lodge of Illinois is comprised of more than 500 Lodges and over 70,000 Masons ��� men of character from every walk of life all working together to build a better world. To find out how you can become a Mason, click the link below to start your journey.

Your neighbors, your friends, even police and firemen have joined over 1 million other men as Freemasons.

Members of the Masonic Fraternity in Illinois have been making positive contributions to our communities for over 160 years through programs that promote education, reduce substance abuse, care for the elderly, and care for our youth.

Today, the Grand Lodge of Illinois is comprised of more than 500 Lodges and over 70,000 Masons – men of character from every walk of life all working together to build a better world. To find out how you can become a Mason, click the link below to start your journey.

Your neighbors, your friends, even members of the military have joined over 1 million other men as Freemasons.

Members of the Masonic Fraternity in Illinois have been making positive contributions to our communities for over 160 years through programs that promote education, reduce substance abuse, care for the elderly, and care for our youth.

Today, the Grand Lodge of Illinois is comprised of more than 500 Lodges and over 70,000 Masons – men of character from every walk of life all working together to build a better world. To find out how you can become a Mason, click the link below to start your journey.

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