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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Weekly Events: Grand Lodge of MS 2/24/13-3/2/13

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Events

  • Monday, 02-25-2013 - (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Lodge of Research Quarterly Communication, Masonic York Rite of Jackson - Jackson, MS

  • Monday, 02-25-2013 - (06:30 PM - 09:00 PM) - District 22 Monthly Practice, Braxton No. 465 - Braxton, MS

  • Monday, 02-25-2013 - (06:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Master Mason Degree, St. Albans No. 60 - Columbia, MS

  • Monday, 02-25-2013 - (06:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Fellow Craft Degree, Saltillo No. 294 - Saltillo, MS

  • Monday, 02-25-2013 - (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Entered Apprentice Degree, Horn Lake No. 617 - Horn Lake, MS

  • Monday, 02-25-2013 - (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Fellow Craft Degree, Hernando No. 51 - Hernando, MS

  • Tuesday, 02-26-2013 - (06:00 PM - 10:00 PM) - Master Mason Degree, Polar Star No. 154 - Handsboro, MS

  • Thursday, 02-28-2013 - (06:00 PM - 09:30 PM) - Master Mason Degree, Caledonia No. 280 - Caledonia, MS

  • Thursday, 02-28-2013 - (06:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Entered Apprentice Degree, Gulfport No. 422 - Gulfport, MS

  • Thursday, 02-28-2013 - (06:15 PM - 10:00 PM) - Master Mason Degree, Tyrian No. 427 - Brandon, MS

  • Thursday, 02-28-2013 - (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Entered Apprentice Degree, Horn Lake No. 617 - Horn Lake, MS

  • Friday, 03-01-2013 - (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Entered Apprentice Degree, Hernando No. 51 - Hernando, MS

  • Saturday, 03-02-2013 - (06:00 PM - 12:00 PM) - Potentate Ball - [GM], Wahabi Shrine Center - Jackson, MS
 
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Monday, February 25, 2013

Schedule of Events & Times: Mr. Matthew Michael Gregory - ALL Three Degrees

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 Schedule of Events & Times

Mr. Matthew Michael Gregory

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013


  • 0700 - 0800 / Tupelo Masonic Lodge No. 318 F&AM - Doors to lodge will be unlocked. Fellowship of Brethren.

  • 0800 - 0845 / Light Breakfast and coffee will be served


  • 1630 - 1700 / Clean Up and Departure

NOTE: Please be advised that this schedule of times is to be used only as a guide and may at some point during the day need to have adjustments made, in order to allow for the highly detailed and authentic nature of these unique degrees being conferred, by some of Mississippi's most revered and finest ritualist. We felt that this guide would be much more beneficial than simply "TBA", especially for those brethren that will be attending after having traveled great distances, or for those that may only have a portion of the day to devote. We appreciate your support!




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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Mr. Matthew Michael Gregory: ALL Three Masonic Degrees by Special Dispensation of The Grand Master of Masons in Mississippi - MS Masonic Mountain Men & MS Masonic Confederate Degree Teams

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It is with great honor that the brethren of Tupelo Masonic Lodge No. 318 F&AM, formally announce one of the most profound days known to date, for Masonry in the great State of Mississippi.

If you are a Facebook user, you are encouraged to follow the link below to the official invitation in order to help us get an approximate head count so that we may make proper arrangements for food and seating requirements, by clinking on the tab labeled "Going". Also, please take just an extra minute of your time and share the invitation with Masons that you are friends with by clicking the tab labeled, "Invite Friends". Thank you in advance for your support and cooperation.

Mr. Matthew Michael Gregory: ALL 3 Degrees Conferred Same Day - Facebook Invite Link

All brethren, EA, FC, & MM, in good standing, are cordially invited to attend our lodge for a full day of the best work that Freemasonry has to offer! There will be something of magnificent wonder for all to behold, no matter where you are in your Masonic journey. Of course, only those Masons, properly initiated in "that specific degree", and vouched for, or by current dues card, will be admitted into the lodge during the actual degrees for EA, FC, and MM, respectively. A place will be provided for those who might attend but may not have completed more than EA or FC. 

Please respectfully read this post all the way through in order to get to know our candidate better, as well as a detailed outline of the days events and schedule. This is not only a day that will be remembered forever by this young man, but is also an opportunity for all the brethren of Masonry to make a lasting impression on his heart, mind, body, and soul. I think as you get to know him, you will see why, any man of this type of dignity, honor, respect, conduct, drive, ethics, values,stamina, and hard core intestinal fortitude, would be a welcomed breath of life and torch bearer for the future of the craft we all indescribably love. That title of Mason, which we all hold in the highest of regard and have committed to protect with all that we have, all that we are, and all that we will ultimately, someday become when we pass from this life to our eternal resting place.



Myron L. Ware, Grand Master of Masons in Mississippi

On Saturday, March 23rd 2013, with the permission of M.W. Myron L. Ware, Grand Master of Masons in Mississippi, Grand Lodge of Mississippi, by Special Dispensation, Mr. Matthew Michael Gregory, will receive ALL three Masonic Degrees in one day.


Mr. Matthew Michael Gregory

Mr. Gregory was born on March 9th, 1991 in Tupelo, Ms. He attended Tupelo High School and Mooreville High School, both of Lee County and graduated in May 2009. Mr. Gregory is the Grandson of Bro Robert (Bob) Oneal McNeece, a Master Mason, and life-time member in good standing of Tupelo Masonic Lodge No 318 F&AM, since being raised in 1970. Bro McNeece also belongs to the York Rite and is a 32° Scottish Rite Mason.

Mr. Matthew Michael Gregory was married to Briana Raelyn Gregory in December 2012.


Mr. & Mrs. Mattew Michael Gregory

'Matt', as he is known by, had been attending Itawamba Community College in Fulton, Ms. where he majored in Diesel Technology since 2009 and was working for Idealease from October 2010 until he took his Oath of Enlistment and received his orders.

According to Matt's Grandfather, "he has been seriously inquiring about becoming a Mason since before he was even old enough to take the first step"... "at this point, I honestly can not tell you how old he was when he actually made his mind up"..."I just had to finally just tell him that although he was on the right track, he would simply have to wait until he was older".

The years passed and the questions continued until there was no stopping him. Matt's Grandfather put him in touch with a brother, when at last, he finally reached the appropriate age and he waisted no time setting up a meeting. Especially when Matt and his Grandfather both realized that Matt didn't really have to wait until his 21st Birthday! Yes, "Ooops", is right, he had waited three years longer that he needed to by this point and Bro McNeece was quick to remind Matt that he was old and had too many things in his brain to keep track of!

Matt first approached Bro Arnie Cade on August 17th, 2012 and then requested a petition to receive the three degrees on November 7th, 2012. His petition was put out on committee on November 12th, 2012 and was voted on and accepted during our Monthly Stated Communication on December 10, 2012.

Matt began making preparations over a year ago for "big things to come" during the year of 2012. He worked full time, attended college full time, prepared for graduation and yes, even a wedding. Two other major decisions that he made was with regard to fulfilling a long family history of Duty and Service to both God and Country whereby he might begin to establish the foundation or framework for his own future legacy. So, as to no surprise, by all accounts of those who know him best, Matt proudly enlisted in The United States Marine Corps.

This was completed just prior to the second part of his quest, a journey that had been in his life from birth and deep within his heart. A desire that could not be extinguished and a passion that burned just as hot as all the other specific goals in which he had mapped out for his life. This final calling had managed to make it into the "Top Five" of his bucket list and was one that in his own words, "was as important to him as getting married and joining the military. This goal was to follow in the footsteps of his family and make petition to become a Free & Accepted Mason. All the while, he was awaiting his ship date for Boot Camp at the Marine Corp Recruit Depo in Parris Island, SC.

Unfortunately, due to the very short window given, we were not able to schedule his first degree because during the time his petition was out for investigation, Matt was ordered to report for military duty on December 17th, 2012, just one week after being accepted.

To further complicate matters, Matt is scheduled to graduate from boot camp on March 15th, 2013 and will only have ten days of leave before deploying to an undisclosed location on March 25th, 2013 in the support of our nations ongoing Global War on Terrorism.

After much lengthy discussion with Matt, his Grandfather, Bob McNeece, another Mason that has been a corner stone in his life, Bro JZ McCormick, also a member of Tupelo Masonic Lodge No 318 F&AM since 1971, the Worshipful Master of our lodge, Bro Ray Stanford, officers, committees, and brethren, we decided to contact the Grand Lodge of Mississippi to see what options we had available to us.

It was apparent from the beginning that primarily, due to both the age and health of Bro McNeece and Bro McCormick, as well as the many unknowns surrounding the contingent deployment of Mr. Gregory, that as Freemasons, we had both a solemn duty and obligation to find a way to not only, make this "once in a lifetime" opportunity, as memorable as possible but to also ensure that those Masons who have mentored Mr. Gregory over his lifetime, were able to share this with him, as we are too often reminded that we are never promised "tomorrow".

After many hours of thought, weeks of planning and coordinating, by Bro. Derik Paul Rushing, PM - Tupelo No. 318, and Bro. William Arnold (Arnie) Cade, Senior Deacon - Tupelo No. 318, along with the extended support and collaboration of R.W. Bro. Christopher M. Reid, PM - Grand Marshal/Librarian - MGL, R.W. Bro. Micky P. McMahan, Past DDGL - Grand Secretary - MGL, Bro. Wilson Arthur Windham, PM / MMMM No.I - Wooten, Sr. Lodge No. 503, Bro. Bobby Ainsworth, PGM / MMMM No. III - MGL, Bro. Gene Vincent, PM /MMCDT - Grenada Lodge No. 31, and Bro. Jerry Klein, WM / MMCDT - Fulton Lodge No. 444, we were able, under the blessing of the G.A.O.T.U., and special permission of Most Worshipful Bro. Myron L. Ware, Grand Master of Masons in Mississippi - MGL, to put together a day that will go down in Masonic History.

The Mississippi Masonic Confederate Degree Team


The Mississippi Masonic Mountain Men Degree Team



M.W. Bro. Myron L. Ware, Grand Master & Grand Officers - Grand Lodge of Mississippi F.&A.M


Grand Lodge Of Mississippi - Cemented With Love


Schedule of Events and Times 

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

 
  • 0800 - 0845 / Light Breakfast and coffee will be served

  • 1630 - 1700 / Clean Up and Departure


NOTE: Please be advised that this schedule of times is to used only as a guide and may at some point during the day need to have adjustments made, in order to allow for the highly detailed and authentic nature of these unique degrees being conferred, by some of Mississippi's most revered and finest ritualist. We felt that this guide would be much more beneficial than simply "TBA", especially for those brethren that will be attending after having traveled great distances, or for those that may only have a portion of the day to devote. We appreciate your support!
 
 

Please pass along this invitation and be sure to mark it on your calendar! We can assure you that this is one day in the history of Freemasonry that you will not want to miss out on.

We hope that you will start making plans and preparations to get as many brethren as you can to come with you. You are all welcome to use either of the Facebook pages for The Grand Lodge of Mississippi F&AM or Tupelo Masonic Lodge No. 318 F&AM, in order to communicate with other brethren to help facilitate making plans or putting together carpools.

Quiet possibly, the highest quality of Masonic Work, not only in Mississippi, but abroad, will be on display. The Grand Master, and Grand Officers, along with each of these noble degree teams are dedicating their time to positively promote our beloved craft. Please show your support and gratitude for them and what they do for us by making it a point to be there with us and invite a brother or brethren to make the trip with you.

It will be well worth the time you invest!

On behalf of Tupelo Masonic Lodge No. 318 F&AM, WM Ray Stanford, our Officers, Committees, and Brethren, we would like to thank in advance, all those brethren who have worked so hard to make this happen, all those who agreed to confer the degrees, all those who will make it a point to be there in order to support our Newly Raised Brother on this very special day, Saturday, March 23rd, 2013.



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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The MS Masonic Mountain Men Degree Team

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Mississippi Masonic Mountain Men Degree Team - Grand Lodge of Mississippi



Mississippi Masonic Mountain Men

Degree Team


 

The Mission of the Mississippi Masonic Mountain Men Degree
Team is “to exemplify the first three degrees in Ancient Craft
Masonry as approved by the Grand Lecturer of the Grand Lodge of
Mississippi and Board of Custodians of the adopted work in
Mississippi and to create enthusiasm, participation, membership
growth and interest in Mississippi Masonry and Masonry in general
by exemplifying the work in authentic period correct pre-1840
Mountain Man Regalia



 
 
The Mississippi Masonic Mountain Men (MMMM) Degree Team was originally organized by Past Master Wilson Arthur Windham, MMMM No.I while serving as Worshipful Master of the sponsoring lodge-John Henry Wooten, Sr. Lodge No. 503, F&AM, Jones County, Mississippi as a testament and celebration of the lodge’s One Hundredth Anniversary in 2009.
 
The minimum mountain man outfit consists of a Customized Authentic Handmade Wool Trade Blanket Capote, Handmade Elk hide moccasins and masonic apron, period correct Handmade Osnaburg shirts, pants and a possible bag. Accessories may include other items and clothing normally used by the mountain man prior to 1840. All attire is authentically produced to represent the actual mountain man dress from the period of 1804 to 1840. All participating members of the degree team confer the degrees in authentic attire. The authenticity of the outfits is one of the things that degree attendees say makes the presentation exciting, unique and inspirational. The MMMM degrees are indicative of how our Masonic Forefathers would have performed degrees by campfire light as they trapped and traveled the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains of North America.
 
Strict research has been done from the time our Brothers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, under orders for the Great Expedition to find a way West by President and Brother Thomas Jefferson, set out to find a route to the Pacific Ocean in May of 1804. These great Masons and Patriots were very active Masonically as they conferred numerous degrees under the stars on high hills and in low vales and fulfilled the orders of President Jefferson. Brothers Lewis and Clark began what would be a short-lived portion of our American History as many of their expedition would be raised Master Masons and continue to trap, raise and guide others westward. The Mountain Men Rendezvoused annually to trade their wares and often to confer degrees. History teaches us that they conferred many Masonic Degrees during this period of less than 40 years which ended in 1840 at the last Rendezvous held at the converse of Horse Creek and the Green River near Daniel, Wyoming.
 
The Mississippi Masonic Mountain Men held The First Annual MMMM Rendezvous and Campfire Degree conferral January 23, 2010. A beautiful outdoor lodge setting has been established along Rocky Creek between Lake Ivell and Lake Hatten in western Jones County, Mississippi for an annual MMMM campfire degree. The date is set annually, and is usually the fourth Saturday in January. To date over 4,000 Masons have witnessed this unique degree team as they have conferred degrees all across Mississippi. By special invitation of the Grand Masters of Tennessee and Alabama, this team has performed this beautiful work in these states. Invitations are outstanding in several states with an outdoor degree scheduled to be held at the annual Tennessee Coon Degree June 2, 2013 some 40 miles east of Memphis, Tennessee.
 
The MMMM degree team is limited and consists of only twenty-four active members. Several members have retired and/or relinquished their active status but remain inactive members. Members must be Past Masters, be proficient in the adopted work and recommended, elected and accepted by unanimous vote of the degree team active members. Members are assigned a unique number with their credentials and a special MMMM pin for lapel use outside of the mountain man regalia. The team confers any of the three degrees and has some of Mississippi’s finest ritualist.
 
 
To inquire about degree work or to schedule a degree, the team secretary and scheduler is PGM Bobby Ainsworth, MMMM No. III who can be reached at 601.477.3994.




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Monday, February 11, 2013

Bro Billy J. Davis Raised as MM by The MS Masonic Confederate Degree Team

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The Mississippi Masonic Confederate Degree Team conferred a degree in West Point, Ms. on Thursday, February 7th, 2013.

Bro Billy J. Davis was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason at West Point Masonic Lodge No. 40 F&AM.

Mississippi Masonic Confederate Degree Team - Bro Billy J. Davis (MM Degree) at West Point Masonic Lodge No. 40


On behalf of Bro Gene Vincent and the entire degree team, they would like to welcome Bro Davis and wish him the best of luck!


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Weekly Events: Grand Lodge of MS 2/10/13-2/16/13

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In order to keep all its subscribed members up to date, the Grand Lodge Internet Committee sends weekly emails with the most recent event updates and additions. Here is a list of Masonic Events for this week:
 
Events
 
 
  • Tuesday, 02-12-2013 - (06:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Fellow Craft Degree, Circle No. 638 - Madison, MS

  • Thursday, 02-14-2013 - (06:30 PM - 10:00 PM) - Scottish Rite Stated Meeting - Valley of Corinth, Tupelo No. 318 - Tupelo, MS
  • Thursday, 02-14-2013 - (06:15 PM - ) - Fellow Craft Degree, Tyrian No. 427 - Brandon, MS
  • Friday, 02-15-2013 - (06:00 PM - 10:00 PM) - Master Mason Degree, Jonesboro No. 250 - Walnut, MS
  • Saturday, 02-16-2013 - (01:00 PM - 06:00 PM) - Mountain Man Master Mason Degree/Wild Game supper, R. P. Bowen No. 430 - Lucedale, MS
  • Saturday, 02-16-2013 - (All Day Event) - Conference of Grand Masters of Masons in North America - [GM], Crown Center Hotel - Kansas City, MO
  • Saturday, 02-16-2013 - (01:00 PM - 04:00 PM) - Confederate Entered Apprentice Degree, Smithville No. 548 - Smithville, MS
  • Sunday, 02-17-2013 - (All Day Event) - Conference of Grand Masters of Masons in North America - [GM], Crown Center Hotel - Kansas City, MO
 
 
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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

The MS Masonic Confederate Degree Team: Bro Gene Vincent PM

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The Mississippi Masonic Confederate Degree Team

THE MISSISSISSIPPI MASONIC CONFEDERATE DEGREE TEAM


The Mississippi Masonic Confederate Degree Team was organized in May 2012 to help promote interest in free masonry and granting members a chance to become proficient in their work, while allowing them a chance to gain knowledge in the fraternity during the War Between the States. Each member is requested to research clothing and equipment used during the period from April 1861 to April 1865, obtain a uniform and articles used by the Confederate forces during that time frame. He may choose from any branch of service including medical, chaplains, suttlers (civilians), and if desired Union, before he can participate in the degrees. Each member is also asked to be able to relate a short account of a Masonic event that took place during the Civil War, such as the Masonic Rights given to Lt. John E. Hart of the USS Albatross by Feliciana Lodge #31 in St.  Francisville La. The funeral contained both Union and Confederate forces. Members may also tell about their ancestors, who were in the war, relate stories of their lodges or towns or battles close to their homes. These are to be short so as not to interfere with the importance of the degree or slighting the candidate.                                                                          

We did not form this team to make a political statement or to give the impression that only Confederates were the ones who practiced the True Tenants of Freemasonry during the Cival War because this would be invalid. I received a few e-mails when we first began suggesting we change the name because many Southerners joined the Union. This was a war in which many families were torn apart, some never to recover; friends were pitted against each only to face one another in some of the bloodiest battles ever fought on American soil. Many found themselves holding the dying and mutilated bodies of their fathers, sons, brothers, and longtime friends; such was the case of a father discovering his dying son. The son was a Confederate soldier, the father Union, being unable to play "Dixie" at his son's funeral he was allowed to perform a song which is still used today at military burials, known by all as "Taps".
To date we have conferred five Entered Apprentice Degrees and Three Master Mason Degrees and are looking forward to doing more. Our active members are Gene Vincent, Larry Minyard, James Whitaker, Leslie Reeves, George Frazier, Bruce Childress, Kelly Martin, Terry Morgan, Richard Rodgers, Wade Johnson, Ed Jernigan, Gerald Klein, Edsel Carpenter, Stu Wright, and Stuart Wright.

Other members who do not yet have uniforms or have not worked in any degree are Chris Wilbourn, Robert Moore, Louis Correro, Randy Welch, Zack Case, Walt Karr, Jamie McMillian, Paul Reese, Ron Gardner, James Waldo, and Ray Keith. We have lost one of our original members since we started. Brother James Fullilove passed away from cancer a short time ago.

I conceived the idea of forming a degree team after attending a Masonic Cave Degree in Tennessee. The degree was conferred by a Masonic Civil War Degree Team. On our way home those of us who attended began discussing the idea of forming our own team. We were not sure how to start or if it would be alright with the Grand Lodge of Mississippi, F. & A.M. Sometime later we began hearing about the Mountain Men Masonic Degree Team, so I inquired if we could form our team and got the go-ahead. I have been a War Between the States "re-enactor" for about fifteen years as well as other time periods before that. I had been to re-enactments and talked with other Masons who thought it was a good idea. We all had Confederate uniforms so we decided on the name and started recruiting members.

I believe another reason for doing this is to honor those who gave their lives and limbs to defend their beliefs, both Federal and Confederate.

In doing research on my family I found that many of them were Masons
One of my g-g grandfathers was a Chaplain with 10th Texas Infantry and also Mason. My grandfather was a Past Master of Williams Arizona lodge #38 in 1931 and a Veteran of WWI. My father was also a Past Master of Williams Arizona lodge #38  in 1951 and a Veteran of WWII.
Although my dad and grandfather have little to do with the War Between the States their influence on my life seemed to fit into my ideals for this team. It is a tribute to them and all veterans.   
You may contact me at  < desertrat2013@yahoo.com >  for more information on The Mississippi Masonic Confederate Degree Team (MMCDT), how to join , or to schedule us to visit your lodge to confer a degree.  

Fraternally,
Bro Gene Vincent, PM

Grenada Masonic Lodge No. 31 F&AM 
Mississippi Masonic District 10                                                         


Bro Gene Vincent PM - Greneda Masonic Lodge No. 31 F&AM



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Monday, February 4, 2013

Weekly Events: Grand Lodge of MS 2/3/13-2/9/13

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Events
  • Monday, 02-04-2013 - (07:00 PM - 10:00 PM) - Master Mason Degree, R. E. Lee No. 156 - Tupelo, MS

  • Tuesday, 02-05-2013 - (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM) - Scottish Rite Stated Meeting, Valley of Jackson, Scottish Rite - Jackson, MS

  • Wednesday, 02-06-2013 - (All Day Event) - Grand Lodge of Arkansas - [GM], Grand Lodge of Arkansas - Little Rock, AR

  • Thursday, 02-07-2013 - (All Day Event) - Grand Lodge of Arkansas - [GM], Grand Lodge of Arkansas - Little Rock, AR

  • Thursday, 02-07-2013 - (06:15 PM - 09:00 PM) - Fellow Craft Degree, Tyrian No. 427 - Brandon, MS

  • Friday, 02-08-2013 - (All Day Event) - Grand Lodge of Arkansas - [GM], Grand Lodge of Arkansas - Little Rock, AR

  • Friday, 02-08-2013 - (06:00 PM - 10:00 PM) - NE Mississippi York Rite Festival, Joseph Warren No. 71 - New Albany, MS

  • Saturday, 02-09-2013 - (10:00 AM - 04:00 PM) - All Three Degrees - [GM], Evening Star No. 70 - Florence, MS

  • Saturday, 02-09-2013 - (All Day Event) - NE Mississippi York Rite Festival, Joseph Warren No. 71 - New Albany, MS

  • Saturday, 02-09-2013 - (11:30 AM - 02:00 PM) - Master Mason Degree, Circle No. 638 - Madison, MS


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