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Masons to meet in Meridian

By Staff
Special to The Star
May 10, 2001
The Grand Chapter of Mississippi Royal Arch Masons and the Grand Council of Mississippi Royal and Select Masters will hold their annual meeting Friday and Saturday at Howard Johnson Inn.
Grand High Priest Homer E. Sullivan Jr. of Hattiesburg and Illustrious Grand Master Charles F. Huckaby of Banner will preside.
The two organizations represent a total of 10,832 Masonic members in Mississippi. Masons representing subordinate chapters and councils will be in attendance.
Also attending will be Glen Dale Brady, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Mississippi F&AM, and Jack A. Saucier, Grand Commander of the Grand Commandery KT of Mississippi.
Fred F. Bean serves as Grand Secretary/Recorder of all four Masonic bodies. His office is located on the old Masonic Home grounds in Meridian. The Grand Chapter supports research into hearing problems. The Grand Council supports research working to prevent arteriosclerosis.
Howard Johnson Inn is located at 110 U.S. Highway 11/80. For more information, call Fred F. Bean at 482-2914.

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