Fraternal Organizations

The Community Organizations database provides information about Monroe County nonprofits and groups.



Bloomington Central Lions Club

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Website www.BloomingtonCentralLions.com
Phone 219-851-4212
Email jwarfelj [at] indiana [dot] edu
Address PO Box 5962
Bloomington, IN 47407
Description

Lions Club International is a worldwide organization with clubs in over 200 countries, including China and Iraq. The Bloomington Lions extend our service beyond city, state, and even national borders to programs and institutions. We support educational, health, and community initiatives in our area and welcome new members on a regular basis.

We welcome you to attend one of our meetings, which are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the American Legion Post 18 (West 3rd Street, Bloomington IN)

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Updated October 16, 2014

Bloomington Chapter of the Eastern Star

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Website http://oes.monroe22.org/
Contact Bette Calkins
Phone 812-339-5713
Address 4160 South Walnut Street Pike.
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description

Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 7:30pm.

The Order of the Eastern Star is a Masonic-related fraternal organization of women and men dedicated to charity, truth and loving kindness. This order is comprised of people with deep religious convictions and spiritual values, open to all faiths except no faith. Although not a part of the Masonic fraternity, membership is based on a Masonic affiliation or relationship, a belief in God and a desire to acquire additional knowledge and for self improvement. The degrees of the Order of the Eastern Star teach lessons of fidelity, constancy, loyalty, faith and love. These degrees are presented in a beautiful ritualistic ceremony designed to not only teach the lessons, but also to provide insight for future study and understanding. The organization was founded in the mid to late 1800s by our founder, Dr. Rob Morris, for the expressed purpose of offering support and affiliation to the wives, mothers, daughters, grandchildren, etc. of Free Masons. The organization is open to both male and female.

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Updated March 06, 2015
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