John Johnson Remembered

Hoagies are Back for the 26th Year at Mt. Hollis

by Bobby Blair
January 31, 2018

REMINDER

Celebrating 26 years of Mt. Hollis Hoagies!
Get a great sandwich AND help a good cause at the same time.

MOUNT HOLLIS LODGE
Ancient Free & Accepted Masons
657 Washington St., Holliston, MA 01746

Proceeds to benefit:
Mt. Hollis Masonic Scholarship Fund and the Holliston Food Pantry

DETAILS:
− Donation $9.00 per Hoagie
− SUNDAY – February 4th
− Pick-up between 11:00am and 3:00pm
− Walk-ins are welcome!

PRE-ORDER NOW AND MAKE SURE TO GET YOURS
- Phone: 508.474.9444
- On-line: mounthollislodge.org
- Email: mounthollislodge@gmail.com

HOAGIES INCLUDE:
− Italian peppered ham − Provolone Cheese − Sliced Onions
− Boiled ham − Genoa Salami − Pickles
− Prosciutto − Tomatoes − Oregano & oil
− Hoagie Roll − HOTS added upon request

 

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Comments (1)

We have ordered these for the past 4 years. They are great! The charitable work of this group is excellent!

- Therese Stewart | 1/15/18 12:28 PM

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