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Are you in any lodges/ mens clubs/ fraternities, etc...

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Are any of you professionals involved in a lodge, men's club, old guy fraternity or whatever they're called?

Back home my 23 year old brother and some friends joined a Knights of Columbus. They are the youngest members by far. Its cool though cause the lodge is its own building with a formal dining area for events, a hall (bingo, receptions, etc.), a kitchen/restaurant area for sandwiches and meals, a fully stocked cheap bar, big screen TV's, 2 pool tables and a poker room. The place is awesome, its like a boozers paradise - three of us had dinner and too many pitchers and shots to count and it came out to $35. You have to be catholic to join (we went to catholic schools) but I wouldnt feel right telling them I'm a practicing catholic when I think its all...mumbo jumbo. Basically Im looking for a place just like this - where you can kick back, play some pool, watch the game, drink some beers, get a sammich and talk to the old timers.

Anyone know of any good lodges or places they can recommend and what the basic premise is or if they are religiously affiliated? (Ex: KofC - have to be a catholic man; Masons - have to believe in a "higher being", etc...)
 

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I always thought it would be kind of neat to be initiated into the arcane mysteries of Freemasonry but never got around to joining the Craft.
 

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^going to a party at a masonic temple on saturday. will report any unusual sabre dances and such.
 

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