Masons' 2nd annual "Christmas Tree Ship" arrives Dec 4th

Santa arrives on the "Christmas Tree Ship"
Petr Kratochvil photo

The 21st District Masonic Lodges and the Masonic Military Assistance Project, in cooperation with The Family Pantry of Cape Cod, Lower Cape Outreach Council and Cape Cod Children’s Place, will be donating 60 Christmas Trees to local families in need. The trees will arrive at MacMillan Wharf in Provincetown, by ship, accompanied by Santa Claus!

Sunday Afternoon, December 4th 2:00 p.m.

This event will begin at 2:00 p.m. at the MacMillan Wharf in Provincetown, with the arrival of Santa Claus aboard the Cape Cod Christmas Tree Ship.

Christmas trees onboard the Cape Cod Christmas Tree Ship will be unloaded and given to recipients pre-qualified by three community outreach organizations: 

  • The Family Pantry of Cape Cod
  • Lower Cape Outreach Council
  • Cape Cod Children’s Place.

Following the arrival of the Cape Cod Christmas Tree Ship, there will be a cookout for all sponsors, dignitaries, volunteers and guests during the event. 

The 21st Masonic District is comprised of six Masonic Lodges:

  • Mount Horeb Lodge, Dennis
  • Pilgrim Lodge, Harwich
  • St. Martin's Lodge, Chatham
  • Universal Lodge, Orleans
  • Adams Lodge, Wellfleet
  • King Hiram's Lodge, Provincetown

The Masonic Military Assistance Project is a project of the Masonic Angel Foundation, Inc.

 


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