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Lodge Booth at 2022 Harborfest

Category : 2022 News

Members of Paumanok-Port Washington Lodge No. 855 manned its booth at Port Washington’s Harborfest on June 5, 2022. It was a great day of fellowship, spent answering questions about Masonry to curious residents and advertising the Lodge’s upcoming “Exotics & Classics” Car Show (for which MUCH interest was indicated)

2014 Installation of Officers

Category : 2014 News

Congratulations to Bro. Glenn Donlon upon being installed as Worshipful Master for the 2014-15 Masonic year. The newly installed and elected officers of the lodge are excited to help you have a successful term in office.

2014 Harborfest

Category : 2014 News

We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful Sunday afternoon to ID over 100 children and adults at the annual Port Washington Harborfest. Every year, Freemasons around the state of NY create free ID’s for 1000 of people. These ID’s are only used in case of a missing person and is tied into the¬†Amber Alert System. There is no cost to anyone but the lodges creating the ID’s. It’s a great charitable event and once again a huge success for Paumanok – Port Washington Lodge #855.

2014 Memorial Day Parade

Category : 2014 News

This year we had a great turn-out for the Port Washington Memorial Day Parade. Joined by Glen Cove Lodge #580, Paumanok – Port Washington Lodge #855 had the best showing of brothers they have seen in a long time. We also dug out our famous masons sign along with a classic, we showed support for our fallen servicemen and women.



2014 Festive Board

Category : 2014 News

As a last hurrah for the 2013-2014 Masonic year, PPW #855 hosted a very successful Festive Board. There were over 60 in attendance with representation from just about every lodge in the district. A great time was had by all.
We also honored our years of service recipients and especially the R.W. Larry Tuck. Bro. Larry has been a Mason for 25 years and served 21 of them as treasurer. He was honored with the dedication of one of the Officers chairs which will forever be emblazoned with his name. Congrats Bro. Larry.