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Fraternal Organizations

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Business Listing   American Legion - Post No 286 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 859-1460

Business Listing   American Legion Post 242 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 568-3416

Business Listing   Amvet Post 30 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 294-0838

Business Listing   Bahia Shrine Auditorium - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 660-8811

Business Listing   Bahia Shrine Circus Project - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 660-1756

Business Listing   Bahia Shrine-Red Fez Lounge - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 660-8822

Business Listing   Composite Lodge 293 F and Am - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 898-1771

Business Listing   Elk's BPOE Lodge 1079 - Bar - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 894-2623

Business Listing   Elk's BPOE Lodge 1079 - Club - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 894-1079

Business Listing   Elk's BPOE Lodge 1079 - Secretary - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 894-5781

Business Listing   Elk's Lodge-Royal Palm NBR 439 Ibpoew - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 423-3716

Business Listing   Eola Masonic Lodge - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 898-3200

Business Listing   Fraternal Order of Eagles #349666 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 273-5480

Business Listing   Fraternal Order of Police Orlando Lodge No 25 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 857-2570

Business Listing   Grand East Building Most Worshill of AF & Am of FL - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 291-7540

Business Listing   Grand East Masonic Temple - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 298-8923

Business Listing   Grotto Ormazd - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 423-8247

Business Listing   Knights of Columbus - Council 2112 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 678-2112

Business Listing   Loyal Order of Moose 766 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 295-4270

Business Listing   Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 2427 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 568-4888

Business Listing   Loyal Order of Moose Lodge Azalea Park #2591 - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 207-2330

Business Listing   Mokanna Lodge 329 F & Am - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 298-5087

Business Listing   Orlando Lodge 69 F & Am - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 896-1115

Business Listing   Pine Castle Lodge 368 F & Am - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 859-8460

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Helpful Definition for: Fraternal Organizations

Fraternal organizations in Orlando denote a distinct society, an association of brotherhood, which, depending on their structure & purpose, may or may not have differing degrees of secrecy, some form of initiation or ceremony marking admission, formal codes of behavior, disciplinary procedures, very differing amounts of real property and assets.

Fraternal organizations in Orlando have various purposes, such as- university education, work skills, ethics, ethnicity, religion, politics, charity, chivalry, other standards of personal conduct, asceticism, service, performing arts, family command of territory, and even crime.

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