For Members

Aside from all of the many personal benefits members receive just by becoming a member of the worlds largest and most generous fraternity, members of South Shore – Long Beach Lodge also receive and should take advantage of these other outstanding benefits and opportunities:

– The New York Grand Lodge Livingston Library Masonic Reading Program

The Livingston Masonic Library offers seventeen structured Reading Courses designed to provide education and enlightenment in areas of Masonic study and interest. This educational program is designed to provide guidance to newly-made Masons, expand the horizons of long-time Brothers, and stimulate the interests and widen the perspectives of the Brethren in general.

Grand Lodge Educational Assistance program

The Grand Lodge of New York through its Trustees of the Masonic Hall and Asylum established a scholarship in 1996. The Education Assistance Committee of Grand Lodge administers this scholarship program for post high school level students. The effort is directed at the sons, daughters, grandsons and granddaughters of Master Masons in good standing, belonging to Lodges within the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of New York. This program gives in excess of $500,000 in scholarships annually.

– Masonic Care Community of New York

Since 1898, the MCC has served Freemasons and members of the community with a state of the art senior care facility. This state of the art facility has several different care centers on the campus dedicated to the different levels of care and comfort that its residents require.

– Camp Turk Masonic Youth Summer Camp

Welcome to the Masonic Care Community. Camp Turk is located on private Round Lake in Woodgate, New York and is situated on 1,500 beautiful acres of land in the Adirondack Park Preserve. Children referred by Masons attend at a substantially reduced rate. You will not find another camp of this quality for anywhere near the low cost of Camp Turk.

1 Response to “For Members”


  • R.W. William J. Rooney

    Chris,

    I received my Empire State Mason today and my name was left out as a 60 year member. I was raised on April 9, 1956 which gives me 60 years of service. I was wondering if the Lodge had to submit my name to grand Lodge to have it entered. I will be there on June 15 to receive my pin.
    Please let me know.

    Thank you,

    Bill

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