Lake Country Freemasons Hosts Annual Golf Outing For Local Charities
July 7, 2024

Remso W. Martinez

DELFIELD, Wis. — The Lake Country Freemasons of Lodge 42 are set to host their annual golf outing at The Legend at Brandybrook, located in the heart of Lake Country.

This event, part of the Lodge’s “Pay It Forward Campaign,” has raised more than $200,000 over the past 20 years to support various community initiatives.

According to their flyer promoting the event, participants will enjoy a day of golf while contributing to meaningful causes. Proceeds from the event will support high school scholarships, scouting, local youth charities, food pantries, first responders, veterans’ charities and more.

The event is open to the public, welcoming both women and men of all skill levels. Attendees can look forward to hole events, putting contests, special games and entertainment, making for a fun and engaging day on the course.

For more details on this year’s outing, including the schedule and registration information, click here and consider joining the Lake Country Freemasons in their efforts to “Pay It Forward” in the Lake Country community.

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