Our Mission

To meet the needs of the members of Cedar Lodge #60 by providing a quality, congenial and friendly environment to foster and improve Freemasonry. To be the organization of first choice for men of good character, whose values include friends hip, morality and brotherly love and provide incentives and intrinsic rewards that inspire them to contribute to the strength of our Lodge and fulfilling our vision.

Our Vision

To become a relevant organization dedicated to delighting, involving and educating members and their families in the community, where the lodge is a vibrant, respected and contributing part of community life. Cedar #60 shall accomplish this by creating a growing, active, relevant lodge of great appeal that is well known and respected as a role model for other lodges and organizations.

Our Lodge

The Temple Board of Cedar # 60 meets every 1st Thursday at 7:00 PM of the new month. We will NOT have Temple Board meetings in July and August. The meeting is open to all members of Cedar # 60. Join us in our meetings. You are welcome to observe the proceedings and contribute to the discussions.

The Officers of Cedar #60 Blue Lodge meet every 1st Thursday at 8:00 PM of the new month. We will have business meetings in July and August. Any Regularly Initiated Brother Mason is welcome to attend. During any Regular or Special Communication, Cedar Lodge No. 60 may accept petitions, conduct proficiencies or confer degrees. See Bluebook,

Regular Communications

If you wish to receive a printed copy of the Trestleboard every month, please contact the Secretary. See the "Trestleboard" for Officer numbers.

Our Location

Cedar Lodge # 60, located in downtown historic Clarkston, Michigan, celebrated it's 160th year in 2014. The Lodge was Chartered January 13th, 1854 and included many important people in the community as members. They originally met upstairs at Brother N.D. Smith’s general store located at the corner of Main and Washington. Henry Ford used to sit in our lodge.

The current temple was purchased in 1916 and it is also located at the corner of Main and Washington. The temple had a fire in September of 1924 and it was quite extensive. Both the Masons and the Stars held their meetings at Grange Hall while the Temple was rebuilt which wasn't completed until 1925. The Masons and Stars were very involved in their community and the temple and many brothers are featured in the Clarkston historical society museum.