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Westminster Masonic Center Building

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Westminster Masonic Center

   Between 1951 through 1966 a group of Masons were holding meetings at a local Presbyterian Church in Westminster, Colorado. They wanted a place to meet that was their own, so they started construction of the new Westminster Masonic Center to hold their meetings and to offer a place for other fraternal organizations to meet. Westminster Lodge No. 176 of Colorado Masons and Loyalty Chapter No. 145 of the Order of the Eastern Star being the primary tenants.

   Through the years the building has hosted groups such as Folsom Chapter of DeMolay, Bethel #18 and #5 of Job's Daughters, both youth groups in the Masonic Family, Edgewater Court #14 of the Order of Amaranth,  as well as hosting several functions for the fraternity. 

   Today WMC is a staple of the City of Westminster, Colorado. Local politicians, fireman and police officers have been and currently are members of the groups that meet here.  Paul Revere Lodge No. 130 is the current lodge that meets at the building, which Westminster lodge consolidated with in 2009.

The building was dedicated in November 1, 1966

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