Sutherland Shire Freemasons donated towards the vehicle conversion to install a wheelchair access ramp. This will enable the family to continue to enjoy outings together. The donation was greatly appreciated.
Sutherland Shire Freemasons donate funds to Sutherland Shire Reconciliation to assist in carrying out their Action Plan.
The Sutherland Shire Freemasons with the assistance of Masonicare were proud to support the endeavours of the team at Sutherland Shire Family Services. This money will go towards promoting awareness and supporting the needs of those who have encountered domestic violence in their daily lives. Show your support for the “Pull Ya Head In” campaign against […]
On Wednesday 28th October, 2015 Sutherland Shire Freemasons supported the harbourside event organised by 2GB at Doltone House, Darling Island. The Federal Treasurer and the member for Cook MP Scott Morrison, NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione, NRL Footy legend Darryl “The Big Marn” Brohman and actress Maria Venuti were among VIPs at the luncheon. ‘‘What […]
On Tuesday 22nd September 2015 I presented a certificate signed by all the installed masters of the Lodges in District 36 to our Most Worshipful Grand Master Right Worshipful James Robert Melville. It was congratulating him on becoming the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory […]
Sutherland Shire Freemasons donate $2000 to the Sutherland Shire Family Support Services to help fund soundproofing for counselling rooms at the Engadine District Youth Services. With the expansion of services to Engadine District Youth Services, the donation means a safer space for youth to meet case workers, where they can confidentially discuss concerns of young […]
On Monday 27th July, 2015 Mrs June Handley was presented with the ‘Masonic District Service Award’ for services within District 36. June has been actively involved within the district for over 30 years fund raising for various charities including bush fire appeals, Frank Whiddon Masonic Homes and supplying essential items for the Masonic Hall at […]
The first meeting of the Masonic Widows Association was held on the 20th July 1985 at the Masonic Hall at Sutherland where the formation of the Masonic Widows Association was initiated. Membership was strong in earlier days which enabled the Association to run a trading table at the meetings. As a result of their fundraising, […]