Wednesday, January 22nd: Open Ritual Books for Study from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at Gulf Beach Lodge. Please be sure to have your current dues card with you.
Thursday, January 23rd: Called Communication. Dinner at 6:30 pm with an Exemplification of the Fellow Craft Degree by the new officers at 7:30 pm. First-time visitors: Please read the Information for Visitors page on this website.
The three principle officers of Gulf Beach Lodge (Worshipful Master, Senior Warden and Junior Warden) along with the Marshal, Howard Feldman, attended the Board Meeting at the Masonic Home today. While there they presented the Grand Master, M∴W∴ John W. Westerman III a check for $100.00 for the Let Your Pennies Make Good Cents (LYPMGC) which is the Masonic Home endowment fund.
Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge No. 291, located at 14020 Marguerite Dr. Madeira Beach, held its 70th Annual Installation of Lodge Officers on Saturday, January 4th at the Masonic Temple. The Installation of the 2020 Lodge Officers was open to members and the public alike. The new Lodge Officers for 2020 are Patrick Lynch, Worshipful Master; Mark Sawa-Szostak, Senior Warden; Steve Johnson, Junior Warden; David Webster, Treasurer; Joe Sosa, Senior Deacon; Bobby Burkett, Junior Deacon; Craig Hunter, Senior Steward; Zach Zukowski, Junior Steward; Donald Harriott, Chaplain; Howard Feldman, Marshal; Tim Delaney, Tyler and Jim Frobe, Musician.
The Installation was led by Right Worshipful Howard W. Knapp, Past District Deputy Grand Master, assisted by Derryl B. O’Neal, Past District Deputy Grand Master, Installing Marshal; Donald T. Harriott, Past Master, Installing Chaplain; and Joe Finocchiaro, Past Master, Installing Musician. Refreshments followed the program and were prepared by the members of the Gulf Beach Chapter No. 241 Order of the Eastern Star.
Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge, located at 14020 Marguerite Dr. in Madeira Beach helped bring Holiday cheer to eleven local families in need. Sixteen Masons, friends and family members prepared and delivered Christmas food baskets to less fortunate families in the area. The baskets included a large turkey, pies, and all the sides necessary for the most sumptuous Christmas dinner. Gulf Beach Lodge is pleased to be able to assist in making this a great holiday season for those most in need. Gulf Beach Lodge has provided Holiday baskets for over 45 years and looks forward to continuing the tradition well into the future. (Photo – Lodge members pose with gift boxes for Christmas)