NRV Masons groups install new officers
The Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons of Virginia has announced several installations of officers this month in Mason lodges across the New River Valley.
- Leon Hamblin of Christiansburg was installed as Worshipful Master of Hunter’s Lodge No. 156 in Christiansburg.
- John W.L. Craig II of Radford was installed as Worshipful Master of Virginia May Lodge No. 38 in Radford.
- Derek Justin Kemp of Pulaski was installed as Worshipful Master of Henry Clay Lodge No. 280 in Dublin.
- Daniel Myers of Christiansburg was installed as Worshipful Master of McDaniel Lodge No. 86 in Christiansburg.
- Curtis Nash of Pulaski was installed as Worshipful Master of Pythagoras Lodge No. 239 in Pulaski.
- Jack Junior Conner of Moneta was recently installed as Worshipful Master of Craighill Lodge No. 160 in Elliston.
- William Earl Thompson of Dublin was installed as Worshipful Master of Snowville Lodge No. 159 in Hiwassee.
Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and best-known fraternal organization in the world. Members are men age 18 or older, of good character who profess a belief in God. The fraternity’s teachings promote peace, tolerance and respect toward all mankind. Freemasons in the United States are known for their many charitable endeavors contributing more than $2 million per day to charitable causes. There are 312 Masonic Lodges and more than 37,000 Masons in Virginia. Worldwide there are about 6 million Masons.
For more information, visit www.grandlodgeofvirginia.org or call 804-222-3110.
– Submitted by The Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons of Virginia
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