The square and compass are easily the most recognizable symbols of freemasonry. These architectural tools have special meanings that include a sense of judgement, balance and stability. Freemasonry or masonry can trace its origins to the end of the fourteenth century and to the stonemasons who created the organization.
Today, the programs and services of this worldwide fraternity are well known. Causes range from operating children’s hospitals, funding medical research, helping the underprivileged and contributing to local community needs. The 22 Shriners children’s hospitals in the US, Canada and Mexico comprise one of the world’s largest pediatric health systems.
Herb Lunden is proud to be both marshal and event chairman of the Wildwood Masonic Lodge No. 92. His 47 years of masonry make him uniquely qualified to create a spectacular event to benefit local charities.
On Saturday, September 19, our championship course will be transformed into a Par Three Extravaganza. All 18 holes will feature extraordinary prizes for holes-in-one, closest to the hole, lowest score and best team scores. “Our generous sponsors stepped up with amazing prizes,” Herb explains. “A Cancun vacation, airfare included, cars from both Phillips Buick and Phillips Toyota, a Bill Bryan jeep, golf carts from Cart World and Yamaha as well as a customized golf cart from Streetrod. Every hole will display major sponsors.”
The per person cost is $100 which includes cart, range balls and lunch. Hole sponsorships are $100 and includes company signage. Checks, credit cards or cash are payable to Wildwood Masonic Lodge No. 92, 103 Georgia St., Wildwood, Florida 34784. Contact Herb Lunden at 229-548-5514 or contact the Harbor Hills Pro Shop at 352-753-7711 for more information. Help us do good works in our local community.