Law Enforcement Appreciation Night

Law Enforcement Appreciation: On Monday August 15, 2016, Oak Grove Lodge 750 will have a Law Enforcement appreciation evening. This will be at our next stated communication. Dinner will begin at 6:30 with the meeting beginning at 7:30. The dinner will be complementary to all members of our law enforcement community. If you know of a brother who is in law enforcement, please feel free to invite them. I have all ready reached out to about 5 members of our lodge to ask them to attend. All law enforcement officers in the area are invited for the dinner and those that are Master Masons are invited to stay for the stated communication. Please let us know who is planning to attend so we are able to

Arthur M. Byrd Golf Tournament

Arthur M. Byrd Jr. Golf Tournament: Our golf tournament will be on September 16, 2016 at the Falls Village Golf Club. We need help in many ways with golfers and sponsors. Player fees are $75 each and it includes green fees, cart and dinner. Please bring a foursome for some great fun. For sponsorships, we will need the following: Tournament Event Sponsor $500 Golf, Carts & Dinner for four Name on Event Sponsor Sign at Entry of Tournament and All Event Marketing Hole Sponsors $100 Name on Sponsor Sign at Tee Box Individual Sponsors $50 Name on Card with Score Card Food and Beverage Sponsor $200 Name on Sponsor Sign and Recognition at Dinner Download Brochure Here The proceeds will be for

Congratulations to Our Newest Master Mason - John Ray!

From Left to Right: Jerry Norris PM, Worshipful Master David Mitchell, DDGM Worshipful Brother Michael Kenlan On Saturday June, 18th 2016 Brother John Ray was raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason. Many thanks to all the brethren who participated in the degree and especially to our DDGM Worshipful Brother MIchael Kenlan who was more than willing to jump in and help,

20th Masonic District Averasboro Battlefield Degree

For the benefit of The Masonic Home for Children at Oxford On the Wednesday afternoon of March 15, 1865 and Thursday March 16, 1865 the Battle of Averasboro took place. This battle has been historically underestimated and under-recognized; the Confederate military action on the Smith plantation four miles south of the village of Averasboro (also original site of Palmyra Lodge #147) was and is of considerable significance. On the Wednesday afternoon of March 15, 1865 Judson Kilpatrick’s cavalry came up against Lt. Gen. William Hardee’s corps—consisting of Taliaferro’s (Mason) and McLaw’s infantry divisions and Wheeler’s (Mason) dismounted cavalry—deployed across the Raleigh Road near Smithvi

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