January 2, 9999

Email Additions or Updates to SixthMasonicDistrict@gmail.com

April 3, 2017

Join "Club21" in support of RWB Dickerscheid's travels to the Grand East

Greetings Brethren,

Here's a great way to support RWB Rich Dickerscheid as he approaches the Grand East! The Ohio21 Club lapel pin is a piece of fine jewelry made of Sterling Silver. They are individually numbered from 1-300, making each one unique.  Proceeds will be used to offset the costs not budgeted by the Grand Lodge of Ohio as well as special programs of the Grand Master during his term.

As an added convenience, you can purchase your pin for as little as $20/month via automatic Demand Draft from your Checking or Credit Union Account.  Sign-up for this system is very easy and it only take a few minutes. Simply follow the link below.  (You'll want to have your checkbook to provide the Routing Number and Account Number.)

Click Here to Order Online

Questions? Contact:
RWB Larry A. Gillinger, Chairman
M: 513.319.6060

March 17, 2017

2017 Southwest OH Grand Master's Class

February 13, 2017

6th District Masons Make Donation

Korean War veteran, James Zile , Linda Slone, Nursing Home Administrator, and Dottie Coffey,  Executive Secretary of the Veterans Home, Georgetown is shown accepting a donation of Sweat shirts, sweatpants and socks from R.W.B. Eddie Bailey (left).  The donation was made possible by the generous donation of money from the Brothers of the 6th Masonic District of Ohio, Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio.  The “Sweats for Vets, They Sweat for us” program was started 3 years ago The Masons have donated over $4000.00 worth of clothing since that time.  If anyone would like to help this cause with a donation contact Eddie Bailey 937-623-7866.

December 12, 2016

Freemasonry In Action - Helping the Homeless

This holiday season the Widows Sons Masonic Riders embarked on a project to put the lessons of Freemasonry into action. Led by President Hahn, The Solomons Builders Chapter located in southwest Ohio  gathered together donations of food, personal hygiene items, and clothing.

The group then met to consolidate and organize all the donations, and prepare a brown bag lunch. The group loaded up all their donations and visited several Cincinnati homeless shelters that serve our Nation’s Veterans. They delivered a brown bag lunch and numerous winter coats, hats, gloves, clothing and other necessities for daily living to the shelters.

This group of Masonic motorcycle riders through their actions demonstrated well the Masonic tenets of Brotherly Love, Relief and Charity. One member remarked “Things like this make me proud to be a Mason!”

October 31, 2016

Hamer 228 "Treats" the Children of the Owensville Community to Fun

Presenting the light of Freemasonry in our communities is an admirable goal of our great fraternity. Hamer Lodge 228 hosted their first annual Trunk or Treat event on Sunday October 30th. Event Chairman Brother Nathan Foster did a great job pulling everything together.

Hamer Lodge opened its doors and parking lot to the kids in the Owensville community. Many children and their families participated in trick or treating, free hotdogs, and Halloween themed music. There were decorated trunks, hot rod cars, cupcakes, and a lot of candy.

Four Sixth District Lodges, three Eastern Star Chapters, and the Widows Sons participated and really helped put this event over the top. The reward for all who participated was the smiles on the faces of the children and watching them dance in the parking lot.

Well done Brother Foster, Hamer Lodge, and all those who helped us shine Freemasonry's light in the Owensville community.

October 19, 2016

A Message From the Sixth District's New Advisor

RWB Larry Gillinger, District Advisor
To All the Brethren of the 6th Masonic District,

I am proud to say that this past weekend I was appointed as our District Advisor and look forward to working with our District Deputy Grand Masters and District Education Officers.  I will strive to serve the lodges and brethren as our past Advisors have done through our DDGM and DEO’s. We have a long history of working as a team and will continue to do so.

Larry A. Gillinger