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Bro. Marvin Rostolder rides again for charity

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On Sunday October 23, our own elected Trustee Bro. Marvin Rostolder will be riding again to raise Bro. Rostolder in San Franciscomoney for charity. This time his efforts will be concentrated in raising funds to benefit God’s Love We Deliver, a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) agency that prepares and delivers life-sustaining nutritious meals to people living in less served areas in the New York Metropolitan area with over 200 different challenging illnesses. The ride, in coordination with Team Elliman will take him from our home town of Port Washington to The Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, a 103 mile bike ride. Bro. Rostolder is requesting your financial help by visiting his Charity Page. Please be as generous as you can. To read more about God’s Love We Deliver, please visit their website.


End of Masonic Year Festive Board A Success!

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festive-board-350On the evening of Tuesday May 24 the Brethren and guests of Paumanok-Port Washington Lodge No.855 celebrated the end of the Masonic year with the traditional Festive Board. R:.W:.Warren Obes as Master of Ceremonies was impeccable in his delivery of the traditional dissertation of a Masonic feast that took place in the 14th. century. Both guests, newly raised Master Masons and veterans of this event were not only satisfied with a seven-course meal but filled with brotherly love in their hearts. This would not have been possible without the hard work of Bro. Greg Brenner who showed up extra-early and together with newly raised Brothers Kadir Olav and Brandon Sax, whom acted as Stewards, setup the banquet hall in the blink of an eye. Thank you W:. Adam Bernstein – outgoing Master – for a great end to your year.

Pictured left to right – R:.W:. Warren Obes, W:. Adam Bernstein, W:. Brian Saley, W:. Rattan Hemrajani.


First Responder Appreciation Night

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responder1It was almost 1 year ago to the day that Superstorm Sandy reeked havoc upon the East Coast, especially the residents of Long Island. Towns were devastated, homes were lost and lives were turned upside down. Although the storm and destruction were unprecedented, more lives could have been lost and the world could have been a much harsher place if it wasn’t for the brave men and women that server everyday as first responders.

Paumanok-Port Washington lodge felt it was time that these men and women were responder2honored for their tireless work. Representatives from the different divisions of police, fire and rescue were invited for a dinner and plaque presentation thanking them for all their hard work.

It was a great honor to have such a nice turn out and we look forward to doing it again.