Widow’s Sons of Maine “Ride for the Brotherhood”

The third annual Widow’s Sons of Maine “Ride for the Brotherhood” was a smashing success.  Masons (and some non-Masons!) gathered at Dysart’s in Bangor on August 5th for a fundraising ride that brought in nearly $3,600.  All of this is designated to support and help the Masonic Brotherhood via the Charitable Foundation.

Grand Master Mark Rustin, who was there in Bangor for the start of the event, said, “We spend an excess of $400,000 a year on charity in the state of Maine. Events like this help make this possible and we’re just thrilled that these men take that principal so seriously that they’re will to come out  – no matter what the weather –  to have a good time and to raise some money and help others.”

Thank you, Low XII Riders – your support means the world to your fellow Masons!

Click here for video from WABI of the event.