Members of the Kachemak Bay Masonic Club, in cooperation with Homer Elks #2127, held its 5th Annual Masonic Awareness Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser on Jan. 25, 2020, at the Homer Elks Lodge to benefit Hospice of Homer in Homer, Alaska. Proceeds to Hospice totaled $2,451.86. Masons pose here with a celebratory check presented to Hospice of Homer officials. They are, front row, right to left: Doug Baily, Hospice of Homer Executive Director Jessica Golden, Joshua Riley, Hospice of Homer Board member Michael Hawfield, and Tom Stroozas; back row, from left to right, Grady Svoboda, Dave Rush, Barry Haynes, Greg Martin and Jody Murdock. (Photo courtesy of Kachemak Bay Masonic Club)

Members of the Kachemak Bay Masonic Club, in cooperation with Homer Elks #2127, held its 5th Annual Masonic Awareness Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser on Jan. 25, 2020, at the Homer Elks Lodge to benefit Hospice of Homer in Homer, Alaska. Proceeds to Hospice totaled $2,451.86. Masons pose here with a celebratory check presented to Hospice of Homer officials. They are, front row, right to left: Doug Baily, Hospice of Homer Executive Director Jessica Golden, Joshua Riley, Hospice of Homer Board member Michael Hawfield, and Tom Stroozas; back row, from left to right, Grady Svoboda, Dave Rush, Barry Haynes, Greg Martin and Jody Murdock. (Photo courtesy of Kachemak Bay Masonic Club)

Masonic Club raises funds for hospice

  • Staff Report Homer News
  • Wednesday, February 26, 2020 5:30am
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Kachemak Bay Masonic Club, in cooperation with Homer Elks #2127, held its 5th Annual Masonic Awareness Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser on Jan. 25 at the Elks Lodge to benefit Hospice of Homer.

Proceeds to Hospice totaled $2,451.86, according to a press release from the Masonic Club.

“Hospice of Homer is appreciative of our local Masons in their benevolent efforts to make a difference in the community,” Hospice of Homer Executive Director Jessica Golden said in the press release.

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