Members of the Kachemak Bay Masonic Club presented Hospice of Homer with a check for $1,668.08 on Feb. 12, 2019, at the Homer Elks Lodge in Homer, Alaska. From left to right are Michael Hawfield, Vern Miller, Jessica Golden, Beth Graber, Barry Haynes, Grady Svoboda, Erik Groves, Joshua Riley and Tom Stroozas. (Photo provided)

Members of the Kachemak Bay Masonic Club presented Hospice of Homer with a check for $1,668.08 on Feb. 12, 2019, at the Homer Elks Lodge in Homer, Alaska. From left to right are Michael Hawfield, Vern Miller, Jessica Golden, Beth Graber, Barry Haynes, Grady Svoboda, Erik Groves, Joshua Riley and Tom Stroozas. (Photo provided)

Masons raise funds for hospice

Kachemak Bay Masonic Club, in cooperation with Homer Elks #2127, held its 4th Annual Masonic Awareness Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser on Jan. 26 to benefit Hospice of Homer.

The event was held at the Homer Elks Lodge and proceeds to Hospice totaled $1,668.08.

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

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