Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our office had to close its door to walk in business while continuing to remain in operation. Phone messages and emails have been handled daily, and there has been a person in the office each and every day since the crisis started.
As of May 11th the main office will be open for walk-in business, but by appointment only. If a member needs to come into the office, they must call ahead of time and make an appointment. Any person entering the office must wear a mask and will have their temperature checked at the door. These precautions are by CDC guidelines. Office hours will be from 6:00 AM until 2:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Due to the corona pandemic all activities and meetings will be cancelled until September 1, 2020. Unluckily the CDC guidelines makes it impossible for any Artisan Assembly or group to meet at the Hall until further notice. We are hoping that we will be able to resume meeting again in September.
About the Artisans
In addition to the insurance products we offer, members enjoy many other benefits not normally associated with just purchasing life insurance. We offer social activities and fraternal activities. Contrary to fact is the myth that social activities and fraternal activities are one in the same. While a fraternal activity may include certain facets of socializing, the primary meaning of fraternal activities is utilizing volunteers and resources for benevolent and charitable endeavors. Social activity is generally a function, banquet or outing, used to promote friendly interaction among members and potential members within the framework of the event planned.
Today, the Artisans, among with more than 100 other Fraternal Benefit Societies, provide rock solid insurance protection and many, many other fraternal benefits, to millions of members, from coast to coast and around the world. Like our founders, we try to answer the needs of each of our Society's individual membership by providing quality membership services with personal attention. We can offer more for you and your family than just insurance.
View an in depth look at the history of the Artisans here.