Darlington native bridges cultural gaps

Members of the 9th Masonic District with members of the Beth Israel Congregation.Photo contributed.

Members of the 9th Masonic District with members of the Beth Israel Congregation.
Photo contributed.

A Darlington native continues to bridge cultural gaps throughout the Pee Dee area. On Saturday, August 15, District Deputy Kevin N. Brown, along with other officers and member of the 9th Masonic District attended a learning lecture at Beth Israel Congregation in Florence, S.C. The lecture was given by Mr. Larry Faulk, a revered member of the Beth Israel Congregation.
“It was a very enlightening experience,” said Deputy Brown. “This type of exposure allows us to make sense of the world we live in, and to appreciate the diversity of others.”

This visit marks the exhibition of the Grand Masters of Prince Hall Grand Lodge of South Carolina, the Honorable Lewis H. Nelson’s theme, “One God, One Community, United in Purpose.”

District Deputy Kevin Brown presented Dr. Faulk with a plaque of appreciation for welcoming ad receiving the 9th Masonic District. Also in attendance at the event was Past Grand Master Brother Nathanial Durant, Jr., special Deputy, Brother Samuel Davis, and several other brothers of the 9th Masonic District.

“The 9th Masonic District will continue to build bridges one step at a time,” said Brown.

Author: Jana Pye

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