This is one of the projects of St. John Lodge No. 17 Americus Georgia. To Sarah Cobb Elementary School Brother Michael Coley a teacher at the school saw a need at the school for small children’s that sometimes need a change of clothing because of accidents the lodge and brothers funded the project. We met with the school officials and made the presentation. This is a community project of St. John Lodge No. 17.
Left to right: Brother Michael Coley Project Chairman, Brother Terrance Biggins Treasurer, Brother Antonio Lusane WM, Ms. Paschal Assistant Principal, DR Pitts Assistant Principal, Brother Joe Clark Secretary, Brother Perry Burton member
By admin, December 30th, 2013,in Featured » |
Picture from L – R- PM Jeremiah Thomas, (Chair) PM Larry Jackson & W.M. Calvin Mansfield, of St. Bartholomew Lodge No. 177, Plains GA., delivering Christmas presents to residences of the Lillian Carter Nursing Center in Plains GA. As a community service project, this will be an annual event. other members of the Special Project Committee, (not picture) PM Simeon Wakefield, PM Alvin Jackson & J.W. Keffery McCullar (Vice Chair). other members of the lodge made financial donations to help purchase the items.
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On Saturday, September 28, 2013 W.C. Thomas Lodge No. 112 and Ruth Chapter No. 102 partnered in its annual back pack drive, donating over 100 backpacks filled with school supplies to John Wesley Dobbs Elementary School. W.C. Thomas officially adopted Dobbs elementary school in 2009, named in honor of one of the nation’s most successful and prominent Grand Masters. Since its adoption W.C. Thomas and Ruth have participated in countless activities at Dobbs’ elementary. Read more »
By admin, November 26th, 2013,in Featured » |
Each year the Brothers of Warner Robins Lodge No. 207, with assistance of Chapter No. 25, get together and host a Family Fun Day/Back to School Drive. This year we hosted the event at Memorial Park in Warner Robins Ga. We gave out 200 book-bags stocked with school supplies, 2 packs of paper, 1 spiral notebook, 2 folders, 2 pens,2 pencils, 1 pack of crayons, 2 glue sticks were placed in each book bag. In addition to the Back to School supplies we provided a full day of entertainment, fun, and food for the community. We fed approximately 300 people hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, snow cones, water, and juice. We had two Bouncy Houses, a dunking booth, a DJ, the AJ Quarterman Clown Unit, balloon animals, and much more. This was all done free of charge to the community. This is an annual event hosted by Warner Robins Lodge No. 207 and Warner Robins Chapter No. 25.
Macon District No. 5
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On February 26, 2013 at Brewer Elementary School, Columbus, Georgia. Mount Pisgah Lodge No. 53 and Lewis Hayden Lodge No. 6, unveiled a commemorative wall in honor of Dr. Thomas Brewer.
Brewer Elementary School was named in honor of Dr. Thomas H. Brewer, a member of Lewis Hayden Lodge No. 6 who played a significant role in the Civil Rights movement in Columbus, Ga. He was one of the founders of the NAACP in 1939, and in1951 he campaigned for and was successful in getting 4 black police officers hired in Columbus Ga.
On February 18, 1956 Dr. Brewer was shot to death.Although there were several witnesses his accuserwas never charged with shooting Dr. Brewer. In spite of the wide range of emotions, over 2500 mourners attended Dr. Brewer’s funeral at the First African Baptist Church, and many recognized him as a martyr for civil rights.” “Dr. Brewer’s death had large effects on the black and white communities of Columbus, Georgia.
The “A Time of Reflection” memorial wall in honor of the school’s namesake, Dr. Thomas H. Brewer.
By admin, July 9th, 2013,in Featured » |
On June 8, 2012 the brothers of Port Royal Scott No. 591 visited the men of the Riverdale Rehabilitation Center on Upper Riverdale rd. The brothers spent time talking and socializing with the men, but more especially the members put together over 40 shoe boxes filled with personal hygiene and grooming products. The items included: tooth paste, tooth brushes, soap, body wash, q-tips, razors, shaving cream, diabetic socks,sanitizer, wet wipes, adult diapers. The Riverdale Rehabilitation center houses both men and woman ranging from ages 25-100. Their are currently 62 men at the facility.
Brother Danny R. Williams,Jr.
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On Saurday, April 27, 2013, the Brothers and Sisters of Atlanta Masonic District No. 3 West participated in the 8th annual ‘Walk to End Lupus Now’ project in conjunction with the Georgia Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America. The walk took place in Piedmont Park. Through the efforts of the chairperson, District Worshipful Master Ron Triplett II and ADDGM Darren Smith and their participation in several meetings with the Lupus Foundation, the event was a huge success. The Atlanta District showed up in huge numbers and served in the capacity of event setup, water distribution to the walkers and breakdown. It was estimated that several thousand walkers participated and each one was greeted at two of three total water stations by a member of Atlanta Masonic District No. 3 West!!
Way to Go AMD3W!!
DDGM Jonathan S. White
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On April 6, 2013, Villa Rica Masonic Lodge No. 584 along with Sigma Omega Omega Graduate Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. hosted over 500 children and adults for our annual Easter Egg Hunt. This event was also supported by the City of Douglasville Parks and Rec and several government officials. The Easter Egg Hunt has grown over the years thanks in part to the tireless service demonstrated by Villa Rica Masonic Lodge No. 584 in the preparation of food and other items. Our motto ” A small lodge with a big heart” will continue to guide us in our quest to serve others as our founder truly intended.
Pictured: The Brothers of Villa Rica Lodge No. 584 with The Honorable Mayor Harvey Persons of Douglasville, GA.
Bro. Rashad A. Lewis
By admin, April 8th, 2013,in Featured » |
Donald Norberg, a well-known writer once stated, “Surely two of the most satisfying experiences in life must be those of being a grandchild and being a grandparent”. Our facility is a 152 bed skilled nursing facility located in the heart of a community that has been blessed with children of all ages and all walks of life who may or may not have grandparents to share with. The committed to caring members of Heritage Healthcare of Lilburn, desire to bring grandparents and grandchildren together.
The partners reached out to the community service groups, local organizations, friends and family to request their participation to make this event an unforgettable moment. In order to nurture relationships between our volunteers and our residents, Heritage Healthcare of Lilburn hosted events. During these events, activities were set up in order for the volunteers, including the Foundation Lodge No. 592 of Prince Hall Affiliated Masons to interact with the residents and get to know them. Read more »
By admin, March 21st, 2013,in Featured » |
The Augusta Masonic Prince Hall Bodies work very hard in the Augusta community. This picture is at the local Soup Kitchen, Rep. John Barrow 12th District and his son were also supporting the Soup Kitchen. He thanked us for our affords and ask for us to take this picture with him. The persons in the picture are : PM Jerome L. Turner, PDDGM Kirby L. Turner, Rep. Barrow son, Rep. John Barrow 12th District, and Bro. Amos Daniel. The is one of the event that Rep. Barrow have worked with us.