Ormazd Grotto is a fraternal group of Freemasons in Orlando FL. The Grottoes of North America is a Masonically affiliated Fraternal Organization, whose membership is based on Masonic values. To become a member, ask a member. With these pages, we hope to introduce you our Grotto and explain our organization and our charitable programs.

Drop By!

Your ORMAZD GROTTO is located in "The City Beautiful!" of Orlando, Florida at 1700 Edgewater Dr. in the community of College Park, on the corner of Edgewater Dr. and Yates Street, just across the street from the US Post Office Building

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Texas Hold ‘EM

Texas Hold 'EM tournament to benefit Ormazd Grotto M.O.V.P.E.R. Bi-monthly at Ormazd Grotto located at 1700 Edgewater Drive, orlando, FL 32804. Registration 6:00PM

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Rent The Grotto

The 29 foot by 53-foot lodge room seats approximately 128 at up to 16 6’ Round Tables. This can be augmented with additional chairs for setup as a theater or classroom, expanding the seating capacity to approximately 256.

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Here’s what’s Happening at Ormazd Grotto

Texas Hold’em

Prophet Blaine Hensley has departed on his final caravan

Blaine

Blaine Hensley, 91, passed away peacefully on December 26. Born May 25, 1925 in Bar Creek, Kentucky, in 1962 he moved his family to Orlando where he lived for the remainder of his life. He served as a gunners mate in the U.S. Navy from 1943-1946. Blaine served as the Union Representative for Bakery & Confectionery Union and Industry. He was a dedicated life-long member of the Orange County Sportsmen’s Association and served as a member of the board for over 40 years. The clubhouse building was named in his honor. Blaine was an active Mason and Shriner as a member of Bahia Shrine Temple and Ormazd Grotto for 39 years.  Blaine was preceded in death by his first wife, Arena Faye Richardson Hensley, and son Michael Wayne Hensley. He is survived by his wife Irma A. Hensley, his son James “Jimbo”, grandsons Michael (Michelle), David (Inga), great grandchildren, Gavin, Willow, and namesake Blaine and his daughter in-law Sharon. He is also survived by his sister Rosemary (Jack) Davis. A memorial service will be held on July 9, 2017 at the Hensley family cemetery in Red Bird, KY

Published in the Orlando Sentinel on Jan. 8, 2017

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