St. Andrew’s Masonic Lodge held its installation of officers for the 2018 term on Nov. 29. (Courtesy photo)

St. Andrew’s Masonic Lodge held its installation of officers for the 2018 term on Nov. 29. (Courtesy photo)

New Masonic Lodge officers sworn in for 2018 term

St. Andrew’s Masonic Lodge held its installation of officers on Nov. 29.

On Nov. 29 St. Andrew’s Masonic Lodge held its installation of officers for the 2018 term. The installation was conducted by Worshipful Brother Larry Harger.

All of the new principal officers are ex-military, a release stated.

The lodge meets every first Saturday of the month with dinner being served at 6 p.m. Visitors of both Masonic and non-Masonic are welcome to join at the dinner.

The lodge is located at 505 Williams Ave S., near Renton City Hall.

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