by Midnight Freemason Contributor
WB Gregory J. Knott
Fellow Midnight Freemason Todd Creason and I recently attended Masonic Week 2015 in Reston, VA. While there, we took some time to tour our nation’s capital city, seeing many of the Masonic sites, plus many more. I love visiting Washington DC. The history, architecture, and sites are something I never get tired of seeing and I have been nearly 30 times.
Last year I became a dual member of Naval Lodge No. 4 in Washington DC. This lodge is one of the oldest and most historic in the District. The Brethren there, have welcomed me with open arms and I consider them true friends.
I also enjoy taking pictures and have taken more than 15,000 pictures of the DC area. I plan to share some of these over the coming year and will be working with Brother Creason on future posts that feature my pictures with his writing to highlight some of the sites I have visited.
I have a Facebook page Freemason Photography that I have started and will be feature pictures of not only DC, but also from across the country. So to get us started, here is a very small sampling.
|The U.S. Capitol Building|
House of the Temple – Home of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, SJ
Brother John Paul Jones – father of the US Navy
Spring cherry blossoms on the National Mall
with the Jefferson Memorial in the background.
WB Gregory J. Knott is the Past Master of St. Joseph Lodge No. 970 in St. Joseph (IL) and a plural member of Ogden Lodge No. 754 (IL), Homer Lodge No. 199 (IL) and Naval Lodge No. 4 in Washington, DC. He’s a member of the Scottish Rite, the York Rite, Eastern Star and is the Charter Secretary of the Illini High Twelve Club No. 768 in Champaign-Urbana. He is also a member of ANSAR Shrine (IL) and the Eastern Illinois Council No. 356 Allied Masonic Degrees. Greg serves on the Board of Directors of The Masonic Society and is a member of the Scottish Rite Research Society and The Philathes Society. Greg is very involved in Boy Scouts—an Eagle Scout himself, he is a member of the National Association of Masonic Scouters.
Greetings Brother Knott;ReplyDelete
Interesting. I look forward to viewing your travels.
RW Lincoln Wilson
PM Goodland Lodge No;321