Seavic Lodge

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Seavic Lodge

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Contact The Lodge

  • Address: 1013 Whitehorse Road AMEV House Box Hill Victoria
  • Contact: WBro. Peter Sotir, PM
  • Phone: 0412 329 436
  • Email: ambrosia_aus@hotmail.com

Meeting Times

  • Meeting – 3rd Friday at 6:30pm even months
  • Rehearsal – 2nd Friday even months
  • Installation – April
  • Tyle – contact Secretary to confirm

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About The Lodge

SEAVIC (South East Asia Victoria) was founded in July 2011, with the first meeting held at the Dallas Brooks Centre in Melbourne.

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Dining: Brethren are to notify Bro.Tony Meechan on 0478 201 999 or e-mail tony.meechan@yahoo.co.uk that their ladies/partners or guests are joining them for dinner.

Failure to receive notification at least seven days before the Meeting may result in their ladies/partners/guests not properly catered for.

Members are reminded that the dining charge for guests/ladies is $70 per person.

The Lodge currently has 120+ members; 60+ are Victorian Freemasons and 50+ are from overseas, mainly from the District Grand Lodge of the Middle East of the Grand Lodge of Scotland (DGLME), the District Grand Lodge of the Eastern Archipelago of the Grand Lodge of England (DGLEA) and the Provincial Grand Lodge of South East Asia of the Grand Lodge of Ireland (PGLSEA).
To foster the sense of fraternity amongst members and their families, the Lodge has annual social nights and regular welcome functions for overseas Masonic guests.
SEAVIC Lodge membership provides unique opportunities for existing Freemasons and non- Freemasons to broaden their international experience by providing regular social interaction with Freemasons from countries in South East Asia, such as Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.

Members of SEAVIC Lodge have had the happy experience of developing friendships with brethren in those countries over many years.

Membership of SEAVIC Lodge offers an opportunity for joining members to develop similar, life long associations with men of common beliefs and standards in regions of SE Asia which will be demographically important for Australians in the future.

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