The George Washington Masonic National Memorial

The Memorial stands as the most distinguished monument to Washington ever built by a private organization. Erected in the 1920s and 30s, it soars 333 feet as a beacon of light and knowledge, educating and inspiring all who visit it. Recognized in 2015 as a National Historic Landmark, the Memorial is one of the most impressive and iconic buildings in the area around our nation's capital.

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Veterans Day Wreath Laying

Freemasons from throughout Rhode Island and their guests met at the Rhode Island Veterans Cemetery in Exeter on Nov. 11 to lay a wreath at the Masonic Veterans Memorial.

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