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Brothers Honor Veterans with American Flags

Category : 2016 News

Sunday May 29, 2016

From left to right:
RW Mike Shipman, W David Pierri, RW Larry Tuck


Brothers from Paumanok-Port Washington Lodge No.855 gathered at Nassau Knolls Cemetery in Port Washington to honor Masonic Veterans by placing American flags at the head of their final resting place. The flags are provided yearly by the various veteran groups from Port Washington. The officers and Brethren of Paumanok-Port Washington Lodge No.855 thank all veterans who served to provide the liberty we all enjoy now and forever.


End of Masonic Year Festive Board A Success!

Category : 2016 News

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.

2016 Master Masons

Six newly raised Master Masons

Category : 2016 News


Congratulations go out to our newly raised Master Masons. Bro. Kadir Olav, Bro. Devon Holoman, Bro. Spencer Bushey, Bro. Brandon Sax for Paumanok-Port Washington and Bro. Todd Cincinnati and Bro. Joshua Young for Glen Cove Lodge. Paumanok-Port Washington Lodge hosted Glen Cove Lodge at Matinecock Lodge in Oyster Bay and together with officers and Brethren from many other Lodges put together a great degree complete with the drama reenactment. A great time was had by all.