Welcome to Nellis Lodge

Nellis Lodge has a rich history. Please explore!
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Join Us

First, explore this site and find out what we are about and then, come to one of our dinners and meet us! Although you aren't able to attend the meeting, you can take the first step and meet some Freemasons in person.
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History

Our past is rich with tales of greatness. From Presidents to Generals to Poets to Kings.
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Our Bond

We have a bond between our brothers that is deeper than words can express.
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Quick news:
Lodge is back in session with our new Worshipful Master Dennis Tyson!
Join us most Tuesday nights. Dinner at 6:30. Lodge at 7:00 PM. Located at 2222 W. Mesquite Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89109
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June 14, 2016

2016 Fireworks Booth

Help Nellis Lodge celebrate Independence Day and our biggest fundraiser of the year by visiting our Phantom
fireworks booth in the Albertson’s shopping center at 9725 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89183 on the east side of the parking lot.

We will be open after 3pm on June 28 though then evening of July 4th. Please come by and see us!

If you want to save 10% on your fireworks purchase, you can pre-order now by calling 702-604-5542 and referencing our complete catalog!

If you wish to help work the booth, please contact Travis Lindsey.

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4th of July Fireworks
About Nellis Lodge

Nellis Lodge #46 F&AM originally started at Nellis Air Force Base as the Square and Compass Club in April 1954. Brother General James E. Roberts then Commander at the Base was able to make a building available for the meetings. The purpose of the club was to provide a Masonic meeting space for the military personnel to use while away from their respective lodges. For the next few years it was talked about forming a Lodge but since most of the members were only temporarily stationed there it never held ground. In 1962 however it was decided to create a chartered Lodge and also keep the Square and Compass club. Our current member Brother Al Schouten was the Worshipful Master that presided over the first stated meeting on December 13th 1962. Nellis Lodge moved to its new home on Rancho and has been committed to serving our valley’s youth through our Bikes for Books program and assisting with the Child I.D. program.

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The Nellis Square & Compass Club on Nellis Air Force Base

Nellis S&C

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