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    Posted: October/05/2014 at 7:26am
I have reached out to a lodge with a York rite body as my blue losge only has SR. The aforementioned losge is about a hour away but that's ok. I was curious of some high - low initiation fees and yearly dues any input out there?
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Originally posted by jdeal jdeal wrote:

I have reached out to a lodge with a York rite body as my blue losge only has SR. The aforementioned losge is about a hour away but that's ok. I was curious of some high - low initiation fees and yearly dues any input out there?
I live in Idaho, so I cannot say what your dues would be, but in Idaho its $100 for initiation and $150 annually.
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Thanks. I am looking for a range your the first one! Appreciate your time :)
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