Acacia Emblem

The name Acacia derives from the Acacia tree, a plant familiar for its attractive yellow or white flowers whose graceful drooping leaves are an emblem of tender sympathy and never dying affection.

Acacia plants grow to a great height and yield a very hard wood from which Moses was ordered to fashion the Tabernacle and the Arc of the Covenant.

In this regard, Acacia 225 is quite remarkable for the fact that it is one of the few lodges in Freemasonry to have its own distinctive and attractive gold lapel pin styled on the Acacia leaf.

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