Grand Lodge of Hawaii F&AM

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  • THE LAUHALA TOP HAT

    AN INTERMINGLING OF MASONIC & HAWAIIAN CULTURE

    Mike Bakers Installment as Hawaii Grand Master-8
    Lauhala, lau meaning “leaf” in the Hawaiian language, refers to the leaves of the hala tree (Pandanus tectorius). The hala tree is of great cultural, health and economic importance in many Pacific Islands. The fruit of the tree is used as a food source in many Pacific Islands. The fruits are often consumed fresh or as a preserved food while the trunks of the hala tree can be used as building material, and leaves for thatching…

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  • INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS

    A PHOTOGALLERY OF OVER 150 MASONIC PICTURES

    Mike Baker Masonic GM Installment 2015-18
    This year’s Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of the State of Hawaii was held on the “Big Island” in Kona, HI. Masons from throughout the islands and dignitaries from around the world descended upon the Marriott at Waikoloa Village to take part in a special three day festival of Hawaii Freemasonry. Most Worshipful Michael P. Baker Sr., a Kona native, was installed as Grand Master of Masons in Hawaii…

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