This page provides links to commonly used forms and publications used by the Grand Lodge of Nebraska. Many of the files are Adobe PDF documents, and you will need Adobe Reader to view the PDF files. Adobe Reader can be downloaded for free at www.adobe.com.
Many of the forms are provided as fill-in forms. These fill-in forms can be filled in on the computer and printed, however, they cannot be saved or emailed without a full version of Adobe Acrobat (not Reader) on your computer. To fill in the forms, click on the link to open the document and tab from field to field on the form. You will not be able to type anywhere on the document except in the form fields. Many forms have check boxes. Those check boxes can be selected by either spacing on the field or using the mouse to click on the field.
2017 Grand Oration
Many have asked to be able to access a copy of the Grand Oration given by John Fairlie at the 160th Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Nebraska on Friday, February 3, 2017 in Kearney. That oration can be dowloaded at this link.
General Forms and Publications
Using the drop down boxes below, you can select the desired document. Click the Go! button and a new window will open up in your browser with the file. Certain files such as MS-Word (.doc) files and zip files will appear in your download folder.
The official Nebraska Monitor can now be accessed at the link below or downloaded in the Kindle App Store. Click on thepicture to open an application in your browser that will allow you to read the monitor and use the embedded links for more information, glossary terms and more. You can also download a PDF version for offline work from the app. The app will work with any browser on all platforms.
Use this link to download the Monitor in the Amazon Kindle Store. There is a fee of $2.99 for the download for the Kindle version.
These videos were prepared by the Membership Committee to help you manage your Lodge better. A new window will open up taking you to the YouTube site.
The Role of the Membership Sustaining Committee
Creating a Member Survey
Implementing a Membership Plan