Tall Cedars of Lebanon of North America is an appendant Masonic organization devoted to fostering friendship and fellowship among Freemasons and to all mankind.
We are over 13,000 members with an unyielding commitment to provide a “place in the sun” for those many thousands of victims of neuromuscular diseases who, through their own means, may not be able to share and enjoy the experiences of life that we so often are able to take for granted.
Membership into the Tall Cedars is open to all Master Masons in good standing.
To promote a stronger bond with ALL Freemasons and to further the goals and tenets of Freemasonry
To find a cure for Muscular Dystrophy and neuromuscular diseases.
To recognize mans’ need for fun and relaxation among his family, friends and neighbors.
” Fun Frolic & Fellowship”
We offer every Master Mason an opportunity to enjoy a fuller more enriching life.
More on the web at Tall Cedars of Lebanon.
My father was a member ,prior to his death in 2003, I’m a York Rite Mason,
as well as a Scotish Rite Mason, and am wondering more about the cedars in Michigan.
I am a freemason sense 1976 and twice past master of my lodge. Masonry seams to have lost focus on things like brotherly love and chairty and has become just a thing to do one or two times a month. From the things I’ve read of the “TALL CEDARS of LEBANON”, I would , very much like to have more information. I love the Masonic order but am witnessing a serious decline in all it stands for. Fraternally, Bob Hall