Masons hold fundraiser to continue scholarships during COVID-19

Some Lincoln masons got back to their good works today, holding a fish fry drive by fundraiser.
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LINCOLN, Neb., (KLKN)– Some Lincoln Masons got back to their good works today, holding a fish fry drive-by fundraiser.
“These are $500 scholarships, and we’ve been fortunate the last two years to give out two. So hopefully, you know, we’ll try to give out more if we can,” says Willie Banks, Lebanon Lodge No.3.
The semi-annual Rudolph Parson Scholarship fish fry helps raise funds to provide for local students in the community, in hopes of sending them to college.
Fish certainly wasn’t the only option. There was also spaghetti, slaw, and a crab boil for people to chose from. Lebanon Lodge No. 3 also provided plates for the elderly who couldn’t make it.
“We’re looking to help at least five to ten students depending on how our year goes,” said Vaughn Robertson, Lebanon Lodge No.3. “We’re not a big moneymaker, but our hearts are big, and we just want to help where we can in the community.”
If you’re interested in helping out with the college funds or supporting the Lodges community efforts, email Willie Banks at WJB4050@neb.rr.com.

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