Cobb County Masons

District 7C Lodges, and District 7FSee Cobb County Convention
7C District Deputy - COL Jim Moore (404) 502-6162
7F District Deputy - Mitch Tripp (770) 605-0026 

Portal to information about our Lodges and Organizations

Links to Masonic Sites

Grand Lodge of Georgia 

7th District Convention (Info)   Cobb County Convention  

Memorial Club     Low Twelve Club 

Lodge Officers Association  

 York Rite Smyrna    Kennesaw Mtn Shrine Club

Demolay of Georgia

Georgia CHIP    Scottish Rite Orient of GA   

Georgia Lodge of Research

Masonic Home of Georgia

Links to Cobb County Lodges

Acworth #176   BattleHill #523   

James E. SledgeDLL #742   

Kennesaw #33   Latham #12   

Mableton #171   Meyerhardt #314

Nelms #323    Palestine #486

Samuel Lawrence #721    Springville #153  

**Note Palestine Lodge moved to Smyrna in 2024. Temporary Location**

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--WB Kirk Martin's father

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Independent Websites

The Masonic Roundtable

- A weekly Hangout of Masons from across the country. Live broadcast Tuesdays at 10/9C. 

Masonic Find

- Good Reading, and a link to more things Masonic  

Masonic Lodge of Education

- Good Books & Advice

Freemasons for Dummies

- A blog spot that offers a chance for Q&A and allows you to share you opinions.

Freemason Information

- A Web Magazine about Freemasonry.


The Masonic Trowel

- Contains a collection of Masonic Short Talk Bulletins.


Phoenix Masonry

- An Independent and Universal Masonic Resource


Other Resources

Georgia Masonic Messenger

- Current and past issues


Masonic Service Association

- Home of the Short Talk Bulletins


Interesting Other Stuff

About Freemasonry on the BBC


2023 7th District Convention

2024 Georgia Masonic Membership Program_GM Forums.pptx
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4th of July PARADE & Celebration

Come out and celebrate America’s independence as the City of Marietta hosts the Fourth in the Park celebration beginning at 10 am on Thursday July 4th, 2024.

The Independence Day celebration begins with the Marietta Freedom Parade that starts at Roswell Street Baptist Church and continues west on Roswell Street, then north on East Park Square past Glover Park, then down Cherokee Street, and ends at North Marietta Parkway.

The parade features marching units from local bands, civic organizations, beauty pageant queens, scouts, local businesses of all types, and much more. After the parade there will be free live concerts and entertainment, food, arts and crafts, carnival games, and of course fireworks.

2024 Schedule:

·         10 am – Let Freedom Ring Parade

·         10 am – 9 pm – Festival – Arts & Crafts, Kids Zone, Festival Food, Free Concerts

·         Noon – Concert – Scott Thompson

·         2 pm – National Bell Ringing Ceremony

·         2:30 – Concert – Atlanta Concert Band

·         7:00 – Concert – The Patriarchs Band

·         8 – 9:30 – Concert – Boogilicious (dance, pop, funk, and rock hits)

·         Fireworks at Dark (around 9:30 pm)

The parade spans a 1.5 mile route beginning at Roswell Street Baptist Church and heads west on Roswell St, then north on East Park Square through Marietta Square, then down Cherokee Street and finishing at North Marietta Parkway. The parade features more than two thousand participants in more than one hundred entries, and there will be an estimated thirty thousand people in attendance. Watch as local businesses, civic organizations, beauty queens, bands, scouts, National Guard, and numerous floats participate and compete for prizes based on design, color, theme, appearance, originality, and riders and costumes.

The Arts and Crafts show features vendors showcasing a wide variety of products. The vendors will be open from 10 am to 9 pm.

Food will be available from a variety of concessions beginning at 10 am. Marietta Square restaurants will also be open for business.

Fireworks light up the sky and patriotic music fills the air at dark – around 9:30 pm. The fireworks are shot from the parking lot of the Marietta First United Methodist Church.  If bad weather is expected, the fireworks may begin a few minutes early, to ensure the entire display is completed. If you want to watch the fireworks, make sure you get there early to grab a spot because traffic is expected to be heavy.

For more information, please call the Marietta Parks and Recreation department at (770) 794-5601.

For the weather related updates, please check with the event organizers by visiting the following links:

·         City of Marietta’s Facebook Page

·         City of Marietta’s Twitter Page

·         Marietta Parks and Recreation Department website or call the Marietta Parks and Recreation Department at (770) 794-5601 for updates.

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