Joshua Community Guide 2020 - Page 19

Caddo Grove Masonic Lodge For information, visit the JISD Educa- tion Facebook page or joshuaeducation- foundation.org. Joshua Young Life Young Life began with ideas about sharing the truth of God’s love with ado- lescents in middle and high school and college. The 5 C’s of Young Life are Con- tact Work, Club, Camp, Campaigners and Committee. In the spring of 2011, a small group of residents with a vision to reach children met together to pray and discuss a vi- sion for Young Life at Joshua High School. One year later after much prayer and plan- ning, they held their first club for JHS students. Their vision is to serve as a lifeline for stu- dents by reaching them where they are in their lives. They have students from several area public high schools, private schools and homeschools that join to- gether at 7:02 p.m. Mondays at 102 N. Main St. in downtown Joshua. For information, visit the Young Life Facebook page or joshua.younglife.org/ Pages/default.aspx. Caddo Grove Masonic Lodge The Caddo Grove Masonic Lodge No. 352 is a non profit organization in Joshua made up of a fraternity of brothers who conduct charitable events and raise money for local residents. The charter for the local chapter was given to the group in 1872 across the street from where Caddo Grove Elemen- tary School is currently located before the city of Joshua was created. They moved to the current facility, 200 N. Main St., in the late 1800s, which is the original build- ing and was later expanded in the 1930s. “Our sole purpose is to be charitable to the community,” Lodge Secretary Aaron Jacobs said. The lodge supports Caddo Grove Ele- mentary School with supportive reading programs, hosts an annual anti-drugs and anti-bullying bike show and also gives a student a bicycle of their choice every year. They give the students a Christmas party and send food and other goodies to a family. They also provide scholarships to Joshua High School stu- dents every year. For more information, email the lodge at caddogrovelodge352@gmail.com or visit grandlodgeoftexas.org or the Caddo Grove Lodge No. 352 Facebook page. Want a bank that feels like home? Then switch to CNB of Texas, the bank where YOU matter. Two locations to serve you in Johnson County 1651 SW Wilshire Blvd., Burleson, TX 817-245-2121 300 Granbury St., Cleburne, TX 214-817-8248 CNBofTexas.com Joshua Community Guide 19