IOOF Grand Lodges That Don’t Have A Website.

Occasionally, our blog will do a bit of investigative journalism.

On the international IOOF website there is a list of our United States jurisdictions. So, I decided to check each jurisdiction listed to see which Grand Lodges did not have a website or facebook page. I checked the IOOF international website and Google. I used this wording for my Google search: “Odd Fellows Grand Lodge of______ IOOF,” where the blank is the name of a state.

I only reviewed the first two pages for each Google search. Admittedly, my search may have missed some Grand Lodges. If so, please contact me so I can change your listing. Out of 51 jurisdictions (Grand Lodges) listed on the IOOF international website, 21 Grand Lodges do not have a website or facebook page that I can find.

If you DO have a website, be sure to list it on the IOOF international website!

Grand Lodges that do not have a website:

ALABAMA

ARKANSAS

CONNECTICUT

DELAWARE

FLORIDA

HAWAII

INDIANA

IOWA

KANSAS

LOUISIANA

MONTANA

NEBRASKA

NEVADA

NORTH CAROLINA

NORTH DAKOTA

OKLAHOMA

PUERTO RICO

SOUTH CAROLINA

UTAH

VERMONT

WYOMING

Scott, The Conductor

 

Scott Moye is an award winning history educator and collector of Arkansas fImage may contain: 1 person, closeupolkore. He grew up on a cotton farm and is currently a  museum worker. Hobbies include: old house restoration, writing, amateur radio, Irish traditional music, archery, craft beer, old spooky movies, and street performance.  He is a member of Marshall Lodge #1, in Marshall, Arkansas. He is a founder of Heart in Hand blog.

 

 

 

 

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