Annual Ceremony of Remembrance Griesbach Lodge # 191

When: Monday, November 21st, 2022 – Tyle at 1930 hrs (7:30 pm).

Festive Board is held prior to the meeting at 1830 hrs (6:30 pm.).


Where: Highland’s Masonic Hall – 5526 118 Ave NW Edmonton, AB.

Attire: Officers formal, Members dark suit and tie.
Education: Remembrance Day Ceremony.

Business: To hold our annual Remembrance Day Ceremony and to attend to such business that may regularly and properly come before the Lodge assembled.

Any questions, please contact Bro. Justin Thorbourne (Secretary) at Email: griesbach191 at gmail.com

Installation

Installation of Officers Griesbach Lodge #191.

We are currently planning our next installation of officers for 2023.

Our Senior Warden, and the rest of the command team, will post more information once the plan is more firmly in place.

Further information by contacting Justin Thorbourne, our secretary, at:

griesbach191 at gmail.com

Looking forward to seeing you at the next installation!!


Mess Dinner 2019

Griesbach Lodge 2019 Mess Dinner

Our Signature Annual Event

The 2019 Mess Dinner was held on Saturday, May 4th, 2019 with Cocktails 1800 Hours / Dinner 1900 Hours

It was held at our usual location for the mess dinner, Brig. James Curry Jefferson Armoury
11630 109 ST, Edmonton, AB
Dress = Formal Evening Attire (Military Mess Dress, Black Tie or Equivalent, Dark Lounge Suit – with Miniatures / Masonic Regalia not required)

Griesbach Lodge #191

Griesbach Lodge #191

Griesbach Lodge meets in Highlands Masonic Hall 5526 118 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5W 1C7 Edmonton, Alberta on the third Monday of each month (September through June but not December). Our General Purpose meeting is usually held the first Monday of the month, except for the summer months. It is always best to confirm the meeting time and place by contacting our secretary, Justin Thorbourne at griesbach191 at gmail.com.Logo of Griesbach Lodge

The Lodge has a distinctive character in that a large number of its members have ties to the military; serving in both the Regular and Reserve components, in peace and in war.

Among its 60 plus members we count five present or former Battalion Commanding Officers as well as representatives from the Army, Navy, Airforce, Law Enforcement, Fire Services, Emergency Medical Services, and other uniformed and civil organizations.

The seal of the Lodge shows the crossed swords of the Canadian Forces . Within the quadrants thus formed are three maple leaves representing each of the armed services and the square and compasses of the fraternity.

This site can provide you with information on our Lodge, its history and what is currently taking place. Again, do not hesitate to contact our secretary, Justin Thorbourne at griesbach191 at gmail.com.