Masonic Temple on Linden granted Historical Landmark Status

Tuesday, September 28, 2010



Photo by Steven H. Robinson
To our Friends and Neighbors in the City of Shoreline,

The Richmond Masonic Center Temple Board is pleased to announce that our home, located at the corner of 185th and Linden, in Shoreline, has been granted Historical Landmark Status by King County and the City of Shoreline. Our facility, which was constructed in 1922 and is one of very few buildings left in North County from the early part of the 20th Century, has been a part of this community for almost 90 years and we are doing our best to ensure that it lasts for 90 more. This new designation will help to ensure that this happens.

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
The Richmond Masonic Center is home to Shoreline Masonic Lodge #248, The Rainbow Girls of Richmond Highlands Assembly #97, Amaranth Richmond Court #72, and DeMolay. Occidental. 

We want the community to know that our Center is once again available for rentals and we have begun the process of returning our facility to its former glory. You can expect to see several changes to the facility in the next couple of years and we know you will be pleased with the outcome.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Masons, Rainbow Girls, Amaranth, or DeMolay, please call the following number and let us know which group you are interested in and how we can reach you: 206-542-4888.

We have an exciting future ahead and these outstanding organizations are here for you. Find out more.

Sincere Regards,

WB Leonard Weinberg
Richmond Masonic Center - Temple Board President

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