Gracie Hurst Benefit

Help us spread the word about Gracie’s benefit! Click HERE for the official flyer. Print them out, pass them out around town, hang them on community boards, and e-mail them to your friends, family, and co-workers!

Newport Lodge No. 358 will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit Gracie Hurst and her family to assist with the extensive costs of her ovarian cancer treatment. Thank you to Cross and Crown Community Church and Pastors Danny and Linda Morgan for calling on us to help this family. Masonry Matters in Newport Kentucky. Let’s keep up the great work Brothers!

Other local churches will be pitching in to help out, as well as the German American Citizens’ League of Cincinnati, OH thanks to Chuck Dietz.

The fundraiser will be on Saturday May 9th at the Newport Temple. We will have a ham dinner for $10 per person, split the pot, silent auctions, and more. We’re continuing to work on flyers and building a communication web to get the information out. Bookmark this page and check back often for updates!

March 4th Update: Contributions from local Lodges are starting to come in. So far we have received donations from Alexandria No. 152, Florence No. 949 and Favorite No. 581.

March 6th Update: It is with a very heavy heart that I must report that little Gracie Hurst passed away this morning. Click here to view her obituary. Visitation will be Monday March 9th from 5-9 PM in the gymnasium of the Augusta Independent School. Funeral services will be Tuesday March 10th at 2 PM. Please continue to keep the Hurst family in your prayers.

March 7th Update: Generous contributions continue to come in. We have also received donations from Boone-Union No. 304, Augusta No. 80 and Saint Andrews No. 18.

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