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The Suffolk Masonic District is located in and encompasses all of Suffolk County, New York State’s easternmost county, which is why we often remark that the sun rises first on Masonry in Suffolk District! Located on Long Island, Suffolk County is surrounded on three sides by water, the easternmost part being split into two forks; the north fork, home of most of Long Islands farms and wineries, and the south fork, known for the Hamptons and the Montauk Light House. Being approximately 85 miles long by 20 miles wide, Suffolk County is one of New York State’s larger counties, populated by 1.5 million residents.

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From the Grand East

On behalf of the Most Worshipful Grand Master of New York, Jeffrey Williamson, it is with great pleasure that I invite you to join us on an historic journey to the United Kingdom. Here, we will explore our Scottish Masonic roots as well as celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the United Grand Lodge of England.

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Our mighty oak has fallen, alas my dear Brother…

It is with much sadness that we learned that the Dean of the Past Grand Masters, Most Worshipful Bruce W. Widger has laid down the working tools of a Mason.
Our Grand Master, MW Jeffrey M. Williamson and Deputy Grand Master, RW Charles Catapano, extend sincere and heartfelt condolences to Mary and to the Widger Family and Friends for this great loss. May the Great Architect, the Almighty Father, keep those that grieve in the protective palm of His hand and bring them comfort in this time of distress.

A spring message from MWGM Williamson

My Brothers,

Spring is now Officially upon us, the time is now measured in Daylight Saving Time, and we are rapidly approaching the Easter/Passover season, with all the joy and family celebrations that comes along. We all celebrate the end of Winter, and the resurgence of plant life, fresh starts for all, and holidays for everyone.

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