Hurricane Sandy First Responders From Local Fire, Ambulance And Police Will Be Honored

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  15. October 2013

Port Washington, NY - October 15th, 2013 - Paumanok-Port Washington Lodge No.855 F&AM – Second Nassau District will be honoring Port Washington district fire, ambulance and police officials during its scheduled bi-monthly meeting. The honoring will take place at the Polish American Cultural Association Hall located at 5 Pulaski Place in Port Washington on Tuesday October 22nd at 7:45 p.m.

Jeremy W. Bernstein, Master of Paumanok-Port Washington Lodge No. 855 will be presiding the festivities and has said that it is a way for our local Masonic Lodge to thank these public servants for all they do, day in and day out. The evening will honor the three major public emergency service officers for their timely aid to area residents during the Hurricane Sandy disaster nearly a year ago. These officials leave their loved ones behind to assist our loved ones—it is this selfless act that Freemasonry identifies with locally, nationally and internationally. It is an honor for our brethren as well as all concordant bodies within our fraternity to show our appreciation.

A buffet style dinner of Italian food and drinks during the program will be available to attendees and all Masonic members in the area. If you are interested in attending the evening festivities and learn more about Freemasonry please contact us at the number below, or visit our website Portmasons.org for more information.

  • David E. Pierri – assistant secretary can be contacted for questions at (516) 695-9132 or via email at dpierri13@gmail.com.
  • Members of the local press are invited and highly encouraged to attend.

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