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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

My Brothers, There are simply no words to express the indescribable emotions and feelings to be elected and installed as the 105th Grand Master of the Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New York. It is without a doubt, one of the highest pinnacles of…
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RW Manny Abad, Trustee Emeritus

by master | Jul 20, 2016 | News & Events

TRUSTEE EMERITUS – R.W. Brother Manny Abad’s Toast & Roast – SEPTEMBER 14th @ The West Lake Inn, Patchogue,…

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Hiram’s Highlights

Exciting News! In order to provide better communications throughout the State of New York, The Grand Lodge is pleased to announce a new electronic newsletter entitled “Hiram’s Highlights” for your consideration.

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August 22, 2016

Re: Louisiana Emergency Flood Relief
Dear Brothers of New York,
Fueled by drenching rainstorms, massive flooding in Louisiana has damaged and destroyed many homes and buildings, with approximately 100,000 persons reportedly displaced. Cities such as Baton Rouge received 19 inches of rain in just 15 hours. The damage due to flooding was described as “mammoth” and “catastrophic”.

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The Suffolk Masonic District website has undergone some significant changes. These changes are all designed to make finding information for members of the District easier and more comprehensive. Members may now Register and logon to gain access to areas not open to the public as well as add content to the site.

So go ahead and Register or Login.