St. Patrick's Lodge No. 4, F & AM     (1st & 3rd Thursday)

Chartered May 23,  1766
 

• Brother Howie Damron •

 

Brother Howie Damron is one of the best things that has happened to Freemasonry in recent times.  His love of the Craft can be heard through the lyrics in his songs.  The words to his songs have touched the hearts of Masons from New York to California and Florida to Alaska.  His “Masonic Pride Tour” is in big demand throughout the country and he has made personal performances at many Grand Lodge and Scottish Rite functions.  His CDs are a "must-have" for any Mason.  His love for Freemasonry and the outdoors is evident in all of his songs.  He appears on many hunting and fishing shows on National TV and his new album is being enthusiastically received by Brothers all over the world.   He has received request to translate some of his songs to foreign languages for the brethren of other countries.

 

Masons have been spreading the word about Howie Damron and sales of his albums have been brisk.  The Brethren are so excited about his motivating music that they are ordering extra albums from his web site so that they may share them with their friends and relatives.  He really loves our fraternity and he loves sharing it and motivating others.

 

 

Links to Howie Damron:

Listen to Howie's music here

Order Howie Damron's music here

Bighorn Outdoors - Songs of the Bighorn

 

Brother Howie Damron visited Alaska in February 2007.  He was greeted with temperatures greater than 40 below zero. The harsh weather inspired him to write a song for the Alaska Brethren

Brother Howie debuting the newly written "Alaska Masonic Pride" for the brethren at the Alaska Grand Master's Banquet.

Links to Howie Damron:

Listen to Howie's music here

Order Howie Damron's music here

Bighorn Outdoors - Songs of the Bighorn

 


 

For additional information regarding St. Patrick's Lodge No. 4, please contact:

For more information contact the Secretary - Bro. Sean Gittens

Masonic Temple

Physical address: 22 N. Perry Street, Johnstown, NY 12095

 Mailing address: P. O. Box - 896, Johnstown, NY 12095-0896

Phone 518-762-7015

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