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Los Angles Masonic Service Bureau

posted by admin
May 19, 2024

Famous Freemasons

posted by admin
April 14, 2024

One notable famous Freemason from Southern California was Walt Disney, the renowned animator, entrepreneur, and co-founder of The Walt Disney Company. Born on December 5, 1901, in Chicago, Illinois, Disney moved to Los Angeles in 1923 to pursue his dream of creating animated films.

Throughout his early career, Disney faced numerous challenges and setbacks, but his determination and innovative spirit helped him persevere. In 1928, he created the iconic character Mickey Mouse, which became an instant success and laid the foundation for his company's future growth. Disney's groundbreaking work in animation included the first fully synchronized sound cartoon, "Steamboat Willie" (1928), and the first full-length animated feature film, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (1937).

As his company grew, Disney expanded into live-action films, television, and theme parks. He opened Disneyland in Anaheim, California, in 1955, revolutionizing the concept of family entertainment and creating a new model for theme parks worldwide. Disney's vision and leadership transformed the entertainment industry, and his contributions have left an indelible mark on popular culture.

Disney's involvement in Freemasonry began in 1925 when he joined Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 508 in Portland, Oregon. He later became a member of the Mother Chapter of the Order of DeMolay, a Masonic youth organization, and was awarded the prestigious Legion of Honor in 1936. Disney's Masonic affiliations also included membership in Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Knights of Pythias, and Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.

Throughout his life, Disney embodied many of the values and principles espoused by Freemasonry, such as philanthropy, self-improvement, and a commitment to community service. He was known for his generosity and support of various charitable causes, including the creation of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in 1961.

Walt Disney passed away on December 15, 1966, at the age of 65, leaving behind an unparalleled legacy in the world of entertainment. His contributions to animation, filmmaking, and theme park design continue to inspire and delight audiences around the globe. As a Freemason, Disney exemplified the fraternity's ideals of brotherhood, integrity, and service to others, leaving an indelible mark on both the Masonic community and the world at large.

Christmas in July Toy Drive. . July 29

posted by admin
July 23, 2023

San Dimas BarBQue September 16-17

posted by admin
July 9, 2023

It is again time for the Annual BBQ, Sept 16th and 17th. This is our major fundraiser for the lodge. Help needed cooking and serving. Contact Wor Wayne Schmidt 626-215-6296.

Los Angeles Service Bureau’s Breakfast

posted by admin
April 19, 2022


Tickets are $350 for a table of ten.  Make checks out to Los Angeles Masonic Service Bureau    and mail to 16800 Devonshire St, Suite No. 101, Granada Hills, CA 91344.  Questions, call (818) 366-3572.


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