Perseverance 1836 Lodge Provides State-of-the-Art Firefighting Tool

The Brothers of Perseverance 1836 Masonic Lodge No. 366 donated a Fire Suppression Tool to the Town of Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department. 

The Lodge, based in District 7’s Mazomanie, meets throughout the state of Wisconsin and holds several “campouts” during the year where the Brothers live the way our Brothers would have lived in 1836. This usually includes a winter campout – which, as it sounds, is camping and cooking outside during the Wisconsin winter months. This year’s campout was in Athens, Wisconsin near the Town of Hamburg.

Pictured above from right: Worshipful Brothers Jay Oestreich and Barry Maxfield present Ryan Debroux, the Chief of the Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department of Northern Marathon County, with a FST Unit.

In the photo above, Ryan Debroux, Chief of Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department, is all smiles with his department’s new life-saving device. He’s joined by District 7 Deputy Ryan Mayrand and Perseverance Lodge Master Jay Oestreich.