140 year of Shriners

140 year of Shriners

Friday, July 15, 2016

Masons going to the Dogs

  • Masonic breakfast

  • The Siskiyou County Canine Association, a recognized nonprofit charitable organization based in Yreka, will be the July recipient of the profits from the Yreka Howard Lodge Masonic ‘all you can eat’ third Sunday of the month breakfast which will be held this Sunday, July 17, from 8 a.m.-noon ..

  • YREKA
    The Siskiyou County Canine Association, a recognized nonprofit charitable organization based in Yreka, will be the July recipient of the profits from the Yreka Howard Lodge Masonic ‘all you can eat’ third Sunday of the month breakfast which will be held this Sunday, July 17, from 8 a.m.-noon upstairs in the Yreka Masonic Lodge dining room which is located at the corner of Miner and Third streets. Breakfast, open to the public to attend, is $10 for adults and $3 for children.
    Canine units are highly trained and dedicated law enforcement partners who work diligently to provide vital additional safety measures and procedures to the public they serve. Both the handlers and the dogs require ongoing training to maintain that operational degree of security in high risk law enforcement situations. That training, equipment, food, living costs and vet care for the units amounts to a great deal of expense, stated Mark Dean in a press release.
    The donation of profits for this breakfast will go directly toward those ongoing expenses. Everyone is welcome to attend this community event to support the Siskiyou County Canine Association.
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