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Jeff Farmer
· October 23, 2017
Really disappointed in this organization! This past Saturday, a wounded veterans nonprofit conducted a fundraiser in Columbia, just as we've done in every other capital city in the U.S. this year. The... fundraiser consisted of a 20-mile hike throughout Columbia and in addition to raising money, was to promote fellowship within the community and bring awareness to PTSD/veteran suicide. Each hike ends at the respective city's State House and a ceremony is done to award those who successfully complete the hike.The previous 19 miles in Columbia were great as people honked their horns and yelled encouraging remarks in support. Unfortunately, the last mile was tarnished as we passed in front of this lodge. The lodge was busy and there seemed to be a party or celebration taking place. People were gathered in front on the porch area and yelled obscenities in our direction as we passed. Our group was about 80 strong, but everyone chose not to acknowledge and kept moving toward our final destination. I travel throughout the nation with this organization, however South Carolina is my home. I'm embarrassed for this to happen in our state and really hope this message isn't being taught in all lodges. I'll keep this lodge in my thoughts and hope one day new leadership takes over and sends a more positive message to its members. God Speed! See More
Phulton DaWood
· December 29, 2017
One of the greatest thing I've done in my life was became a member of a real boys to men Frat. I will always and forever stay with this PHAmily! LOVE ALL OF YALL!!!!
James Dawkins
· December 12, 2017
Sept10, 2009 I was born a Master Mason, I love my brother s
William Graham
· May 21, 2017
It's an experience that I think every brother as a master Mason of the South Carolina jurisdiction should experience!, what a wonderful feeling!
Ashley Mello Bryan
· December 15, 2016
Grand Lodge was a truly beautiful experience!!!! This place allows Brothers to dwell together in Unity from different walks of life.
Fred Jamison
· March 16, 2017
Always good to see the brothers from around the state South Carolina
Floyd Downey
· April 7, 2017
Well Done. from Philly PM Floyd L Downey Bethel Lodge #47. We meet first Thursday of the month. We have a 50 year member of Bethel in Okatie SC
Carolyn Cooper
· April 30, 2017
Gala Day was a success. Thanks Menzel Temple/Court for a job well done.
Shawn Holden
· February 16, 2015
Awesome place for brothers to dwell together in unity!
Christopher Burton
· March 29, 2014
The best Prince Hall Grand Lodge in the World!!!
Kenrich Salters
· December 8, 2014
I live by, love and appreciate my Grand Lodge....please believe it...

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Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons for the State of South Carolina

The Grand EAST is located at: 2324 Gervais Street . Columbia, SC 29204-1810

Mailing Address: PO BOX 992 . Columbia, SC 29202-0992


Phone: (803) 254-7210


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