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Norwood Lodge No. 90
Grand Lodge of Alberta
A.F & A.M.
Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth
Welcome to the Website of Norwood Lodge #90

Norwood Lodge was instituted on August 20, 1915 and constituted on June 1, 1916, and reconsecrated on May 7, 2016 by the Grand Lodge of AlbertaClick here for the history of the Lodge. Our Lodge is part of the Lakeland District Lodges.

Our Lodge has a special relationship with Norwood School, where some of our members do reading programs with the students. We also, on yearly basis, donate supplies to the residents of Urban Manor in Edmonton.

Regular and Emergent meetings of the Lodge are respectively held on the first and third Tuesdays of the months of September through June at 7:30 pm, or at such a time as indicated in the monthly notices. Meetings are held in the Freemasons' Hall located at 10318 - 100 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Masons in good standing and whose Grand Lodges are in amity with the Grand Lodge of Alberta are welcome to visit.

We hope you will find this site informative.

Thanks for stopping by. 

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2016/17 OFFICERS

Worshipful Master
W. Bro. Edward (Ed) Lyka

Immediate Past Master
W. Bro. William (Bill) Curnew

Senior Warden
W. Bro. Ronald Fadden 

Junior Warden
Bro. David Maltby 

W. Bro. Sheldon McKenna

R.W. Bro. Samuel Ekpe

Director of Ceremonies
R.W. Bro. Nestor Kwasnycia

Senior Deacon
Bro. Dennis Milne  

Junior Deacon
Bro. Cameron Koshman 

Inner Guard
Bro. Aldo Trombetta 

Bro. Stephen Stringfellow

Senior Steward
Bro. Nathan Kwasnycia

Junior Steward
Bro. Caleb Cook

Bro. Ken Schmidt

R.W. Bro. Alan Bell

​Bro. Alexander Milne

​Bro. Garth Johnston

Grand Lodge Officers

Grand Master
M.W. Bro. Gordon Berard

Deputy Grand Master
R.W. Bro. Kenn Culbertson

District Deputy Grand Master
R.W. Bro. Jim Fadden

Grand Secretary
R.W. Bro. Bill Kostenuk
This picture shows how the grip of the Lion's Paw was given in the Pyramid Mysteries. The priest wore over his head the mask of a lion. By this grip the spirit in man, long buried in the sepulchre of substance, is symbolically raised to life, and the candidate goes forth as a builder entitled to the wages of an initiate.

Source: The Lost Keys of Freemasonry' by Manly P. Hall 33rd degree
Freemasons' Hall
10318 - 100 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta

Hall's story
Courtesy of Ivanhoe Lodge
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