30th District Square & Compasses


The purpose of the square and compass club is to afford each of the Masonic lodges throughout the district an opportunity to meet and discuss those subjects which are of interest to the Thirtieth Masonic District.


To communicate the business of the Thirtieth Masonic District; to fund the district’s Instructional, Inspirational, and the Outdoor Degrees; and to provide aid and assistance to the brethren of the district as well as their widows and orphans in times of need.


Membership is open to any Master Mason in good standing in any lodge within the district.  Membership dues are $10.00 per year due in January.  Voting rights are granted to any member who is current in his club dues.



WB. Dillion Ray

WM. of Harper Lodge No. 225



WB.Conner Cribb

Indiantown Lodge No. 165



RWB. Harrington (Hal) L. Lower

St. Peters Lodge No. 54

Meeting,s Held 3rd Saturday of the Month.


 Hal lowder


 Questions contact secretary, Hal Lowder @ hl_lowder@yahoo.com



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Next Meeting

    30th District Square & Compass Club meeting.
Date:     17 November, 2018Host:  St. Peter's Lodge #54Place:    232 East Boyce St., Manning, SC 29102.Time:   Dinner at 6:00pm, meeting to follow.
RW Brethren, W Brethren, and Brethren All:
The district wide Square & Compass Club meeting for November will be held as indicated above.  This meeting is open to all Master Masons in good standing within the thirtieth district as well as guests from other districts.  Bring your newest Master Mason!  Wives are also welcome.

If your lodge has any ad sales for the 2019 ad booklet bring them with you.  The cut off for getting these turned in is 30 November.

We need to nominate Square & Compass officers for 2019.  They will be installed at the meeting in January.  We also need volunteers to do the demonstrations as well as to be instructors at the Instructional.

As a reminder, the club does not meet in December.

Questions or items of business to include let me know.

Hal Lowder