FREEMASONRY IN SOUTH FLORIDA


Eureka North-Shore Lodge No. 269
 

Eureka-North Shore Lodge traces its roots back to 1931. Since the mid-twentieth century, we have been at our current location in Dania Beach, a beautiful seaside town known as the oldest city in Broward County. Our organization has worked hard to positively impact our local community for almost a century. 

 

​Eureka-North Shore hails from the merger of two historical lodges in South Florida; Eureka Lodge, first chartered in 1931, and North Shore Lodge, first chartered in 1948. Today, we continue to meet in the historic Eureka-North Shore Masonic Center, formerly known as Eureka Temple, originally built in 1952.  

​Members of Eureka-North Shore hail from a variety of backgrounds from all corners of the world, and we unite in solidarity with our fraternity.  We welcome traveling Masons and guests on select evenings.

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Freemasonry Statistics

Masons Worldwide: 5 Million 
Masons in the USA: 2 Million
Masons in Florida: 38,000

 

Brothers of Eureka-North Shore

Total members: 157
Oldest member: John O'Brien at 120 years
Youngest member: Harry Bonet at 28 years
Longest good time member: Richard Eglinas at 70 years

 
Eureka-North Shore Members Hail From All Corners of the World
United States of America
Native American
Mexico
Canada
Ecuador
Colombia
Venezuela
Brazil
Bolivia
United Kingdom
Portugal
Romania
Greece
Turkey
Israel
Australia
Nations Represented at Eureka-North Shore
Freemasonry teaches not merely temperance, fortitude, prudence, justice, brotherly love, relief, and truth, but liberty, equality, and fraternity, and it denounces ignorance, superstition, bigotry, lust tyranny, and despotism.

Br. Theodore Roosevelt