Our Twin or Sister Lodges:
(MW GL of F & AM of Washington)
Davao City, Philippines
(MW GL of F & AM of the Philippines)
(MW GL of the State of Hawaii)
Hercules Lodge No. 17
2006 photo of the Founding Members accompanied by VWB Steve L. Pennington, the then DDGM and MWB Kenneth S. Robinson, as the GM representative. Not in photo is WB Jose D. Macareg.
WB. PATRICK J. PERKINS (360) 925-6394
Worshipful Master (Pat, lady Elvee)
BRO. MICHAEL BEN N. SAPIDA (562) 964-9339
Senior Warden (Mike, lady Sarunya)
WB JOSE A. STA. CRUZ (360) 435-0488
Treasurer (Joe, lady Joy)
VWB ALDEN D. SARMIENTO (360) 435-0275
Secretary (Alden, lady Nora)
WB MAR V. TAPAWAN (360) 633-7093
Chaplain (Mar, lady Juliana)
WB VIRGILIO PRODIGALIDAD (206) 730-7703
Marshal (Virg, lady Aida)
BRO. CHRISTIAN AREGLO (253) 753-4874
Junior Warden (Chris, lady Mara)
BRO. EDUARDO P. HERRERA (253) 278-4776
Senior Deacon (Ed, lady Nel)
BRO. F. ALBERT R. GATAN (425) 698-9054
Junior Deacon (Albert, lady Janette)
WB PABLO R. SANTOS (253) 872-3021
Musician (Paul, lady Rose)
WB RUDY ARCEGA
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Founded 03/11/2006, Chartered 06/15/2007, Constituted 07/07/2007
LVM PAST MASTERS' COMMITMENT
It is the commitment of the Past Masters of Luzviminda to transfer the skills, knowledge, Masonic values and attitudes to the non-Past Masters and new members of this lodge. The compasses open sixty degrees are in easy position to construct a square. The Master has worn the square while he presided; now, as Past Master, he is supposed to being possession of the knowledge necessary to make a square, hence the position of the compasses and the quadrant.
There are many geometric methods of erecting a square; the Past Master’s jewel hints at one of the simplest and most used methods as best to the Past Master to employ in instructing his successor. The jewel is the compasses, opened to sixty degrees, the points on graduated arch. Masonic compasses are opened to sixty degrees because this is the number of degrees in each of the three angles of an equilateral triangle, always the symbol of Deity. Quoted from a Masonic Article..