“Legends and Myths in Freemasonry”
This year’s topic for the College is “Legends and Myths in Freemasonry” and we have three prominent masons presenting.
The Unique Louisiana Scottish Rite Craft Lodge
Brother Michael Poll is the owner of Cornerstone Book Publishers and the Editor, Fellow, and Past President of the Masonic Society, and a New York Times Best Selling Author and Publisher.
The Count St. Laurent: Exploring the Myths, Evidence, and Role of the Legendary Mason
RW E. Oscar Alleyne is the Junior Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge of New York, a well-known author and international speaker, a Fellow and Vice President of the Philalethes Society, and Fellow and VP of the Masonic Society. He holds a Doctorate from the New York Medical College and is the Chief Program Officer at the National Association of County and City Health Officials.
The college will conclude with the presentation of the Thomas W. Jackson Award for Excellence in Masonic Education award presented by Ill. Thomas Jackson himself, and accompanied with a talk on his thoughts on Masonry. In 2007 the Valley established the Thomas W. Jackson Award for Excellence in Masonic Education in honor of Ill. Thomas W. Jackson 33° who has been a worldwide champion of Freemasonry, education, and a strong supporter of the College of Freemasonry since its inception. The Award recognizes individuals who have taken the message of Freemasonry and transformed it into an educational inspiration at a regional, state, or national level.
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