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Naperville Masonic Temple presents gift to benefit Fry Family YMCA Scholarships


Above / A big check represented a generous donation to Fry Family YMCA from the Naperville Masonic Temple Association. Naperville Masonic Temple Treasurer Joseph Ingraffia, YMCA Membership & Wellness Director Rebecca Neal, Executive Director of Fry Family YMCA Erika Wood and Association President Don Cowart are pictured. (Photo courtesy Tim Ory)

The Naperville Masonic Temple Association presented a check for $5,000 to the Fry Family YMCA on Tues., April 4, 2023, at their facility, 2120 West 95th Street in Naperville, to assist the YMCA with the various programs they provide that benefit our community.

Officers of the Naperville Masonic Temple Association, President Don Cowart, Treasurer Joseph Ingraffia, and Secretary Timothy Ory, were pleased to present a donation to Fry Family Y Executive Director Erika Wood and Membership & Wellness Director Rebecca Neal.

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“We are very thankful for the generous contribution of the Freemasons,” said Wood. “Their generosity will support our Scholarship Program enabling us to provide financial assistance to children, families, and seniors, increasing community access to valuable programs such as swimming lessons, summer camps, preschool, and fitness classes.”

Wood added, “The gift will help us propel our mission forward in serving the community.”  

The Naperville Masonic Temple Association is a 501 c 2 Illinois Corporation that was founded on February 24, 1916, to promote Freemasonry and its appendant bodies, benevolent and charitable 501 c enterprises, and provide suitable accommodations for Masonic meetings and entertainment.

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