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Clarkston Area Masonic Scholarship


Elwin Brown Masonic

Education Scholarship 2016


Michigan F&AM


Eligibility: Graduating High School Seniors intending to further their education by attending a public community/junior college, a four-year institution or a vocational training institution that grants a degree, certification or license. Seeking students who live in or attended school in the Clarkston area, and favoring a student with a commitment to their community and charity.

Scholarships available: Two (2) @ $1500.00 each

Major: Open to all Majors

Minimum GPA: Minimum 2.0 GPA

Essay: Finalist Essay from final 6 applicants will be requested

Financial Need: Please explain your need in the application

Additional Information for Consideration:

· SAT and/or ACT scores

· Official High School Transcripts

· Documentation of any Community Service

Application Deadline: Tuesday, 09 February, 2016

Forms must be received or postmarked by this date to be eligible.

No fax or email submissions accepted.

Completed Scholarship forms should be turned in to:

Cedar #60 Masonic Lodge,

1 E. Washington

Clarkston, MI 48346

The application will be available on the Cedar #60 website:


Questions may be emailed to: scholarship@masoniclodges.mi.org

Download A Scholarship Application - CLICK HERE!


Download A Scholarship ESSAY Application - CLICK HERE!

ESSAY Deadline: Tuesday, 22 March, 2016


Free & Accepted Masons, Cedar Lodge #60, Clarkston, MI



Our Mission

To meet the needs of the members of Cedar Lodge #60 by providing a quality, congenial and friendly environment to foster and improve Freemasonry. To be the organization of first choice for men of good character, whose values include friendship, morality and brotherly love and provide incentives and intrinsic rewards that inspire them to contribute to the strength of our Lodge and fulfilling our vision.


Our Vision

To become a relevant organization dedicated to delighting, involving and educating members and their families in the community, where the lodge is a vibrant, respected and contributing part of community life. Cedar #60 shall accomplish this by creating a growing, active, relevant lodge of great appeal that is well known and respected as a role model for other lodges and organizations.

Elwin R. "John" BrownElwin "John" R. Brown December 20, 1942 - August 10, 2015

Elwin R. “John” Brown of Sterling Heights; formerly of Waterford; Passed August 10, 2015 at the age of 72. He was a husband of Betty; father of Chris (Kim) Brown & Sally (Paul) Crider; stepfather of Janeen (Chuck) Rice; also survived by many grandchildren & great grandchildren; brother of Frank Brown. John retired from General Motors. He was an active member of Cedar Masonic Lodge # 60 for over 38 years and enjoyed hunting, woodworking & motorcycling. He proudly held the offices of Master of Cedar #60, Regional Grand Lecturer and the Grand Lecturer of Michigan Free & Accepted Masons. This scholarship is named in his memory in recognition for his leadership and example within our community.