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The Grand Lodge of the Domain of Nevada welcomes you in the spirit of friendship, benevolence and charity.
“If fraternal love held all men bound, how beautiful this world would be”
-Justus H. Rathbone
NEVADA GRAND LODGE CONVENTION 2013
Bottom row PSC Dan Cowan, GS-DSC Rich Bale, GVC Barry Lieberman, GC Steve Potter,SC Jerry Deitch,
Top Row PGC Arnie Maitles, GMA Tommy Muench, GP Marc Menezes, GOG Neil Winter, GT Bill Hyde, PSR Chuck Suter
Subordinate Lodges of Nevada
Clark County Lodge # 96
1322 Wyoming Ave
Boulder City, NV
Secretary: Rich Bale
Meetings held every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month
Amity Lodge #8
980 Nevada St
Secretary: John Dillon
Wells Lodge #23
980 Nevada St
Secretary: William Hyde
The Fraternal Order of Knights of Pythias is a great International Fraternity which was founded in Washington, D.C. on February 19, 1864 by Justus Henry Rathbone. Local lodges are governed by State Grand Lodges which, in turn, are governed by The Supreme Lodge, Knights of Pythias.
The primary object of any fraternal organization is to promote friendship among men and to provide for the general welfare of its membership. The outstanding principles of the Knights of Pythias are Friendship, Charity, and Benevolence as exemplified in the story of Damon and Pythias. Damon and Pythias were students of the father of Philosophy, Pythagoras.
In our fraternal order's ritualistic work, every sentence has a meaning and every paragraph a beautiful and inspiring lesson. The Pythian Order does not seek to shape any person's belief, but is the practical application of spiritual and charitable principles of everyday life. We have a heritage of which we are proud and our precepts and teachings lead human beings to higher ideals of life. We invite like minded-people of all races and creeds, who are of good character, to join us in making these ideals a reality in modern living.
Thank you to all that attended the Grand Lodge of Nevada Knights and Grand Temple of Sisters of the Order of Pythains of Nevada.
The Meetings were insightful and inspiring. And a special big thanks to Jerry Deitch and Audrey Witherwald