Below is a list of media articles concerning the Grand Lodge of North Carolina, set in descending date order.
Nine of District 23's lodges installed their officers together December 19.
Masons gather in Salisbury
In November, the Grand Lodge held an open house celebration of it 225 years serving Freemasons in North Carolina.
For the second fall, Masons have gathered at the Masonic Home for Children for a celebration.
Come join the party
The new expansion and improvements at WhiteStone, A Masonic and Easter Star Community opened August 11.
Annual Communication 2012 concludes
On June 1-2, the First Masonic District held a tractor pull to help local charities.
It was time to pick the state's best lodge barbecue.
Masons gathered at the old Chowan County Courthouse in Edenton for the first degree work there in nearly 60 years.
Albemarle ceremony makes Gresham grand master
Masons spearheaded the centennial celebration of the setting the cornerstone of the Duplin County Courthouse.
Grand Master Gresham's District Meetings will begin in February and end in May.
Annual Communication was held in September. Here's a rundown on the business.
Hiram 40's barbecue tradition was featured in a recent edition of Our State.
Concord 58 celebrates its 200th birthday this year. A recent issue of Carolina Country magazine featured a story on the lodge. Tarboro is the birthplace of North Carolina's Grand Lodge, created in 1787.
WINSTON-SALEM -- Grand Master Lewis R. Ledford will preside as 2011 Annual Communication opens in Winston-Salem. The 224th annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina is scheduled for September 23–24.
On a spring Saturday in late May, it was my pleasure to attend the Wilkerson College graduation at the North Raleigh Hilton, share some comments and perspectives, and present certificates of completion to the 35 graduates for 2011. This graduation marked the tenth anniversary of North Carolina’s College of Freemasonry that was founded in 2002 by our Grand Lodge and the North Carolina Scottish Rite Orient with a single mission in mind: to provide Freemasonry with the best-trained leaders possible.
RALEIGH — Raleigh 500 hosted the sixth annual Carolina Pig Jig barbecue festival and charity fundraiser at the NC State Fairgrounds on May 21. The festival is the largest Masonic-only barbecue competition of its kind in North America.
The Masonic Home for Children and its family of alumni are proud to bring back memories of St. John’s Day, October 7–8, 2011.