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***SPECIAL ALERT***

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Hurricane Dorian

Our prayers are with everyone in the path of Hurricane Dorian, especially our Fraters and Loyal Ladies in The Bahamas who are affected. Major casualties have been suffered, and we still await what lies ahead in the wake of such a powerful storm system. We ask that God provide favor and a hedge around those who have bared the brunt the storm, and those on the coast who are facing the inevitable in the days ahead.

2 Corinthians 9

As it is written, He hath dispersed abroad; he hath given to the poor: his righteousness remaineth forever.

Our call is to give with your heart, so that we can continue to be a beacon of light to those who may be walking through some of their darkest times. It is my hope that we may be of some assistance to those affected by Hurricane Dorian.

You can contribute though our website http://www.uscnjpha.org/donations/ under the tab “Hurricane Relief” or by contacting the Cathedral Secretary Illustrious Raynard Hughes at (215) 545-2443. No donation is too small or insignificant when helping those in need.

In the days ahead, we will look for opportunities to remain “United in Service and Commitment” as we reach out to other Masonic bodies in hopes of coordinating our relief efforts to our Brothers and Sisters in the Bahamas. We thank the leadership of the AEAONMS, Conference of Grand Masters, and the Supreme Council Northern Masonic Jurisdiction for their support and prayers.

Yours in the Rite,

Melvin J. Bazemore
Sovereign Grand Commander
USC AASR, PHA, Inc.


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10-11 JANUARY 2020 MICHIGAN COUNCIL OF DELIBERATION TESTIMONIAL

The Officers and Members of the Michigan Council of Deliberation Scholarship Foundation extend a personal invitation to join us for a Testimonial of the Honorable Illustrious Melvin J. Bazemore, 33, Sovereign Grand Commander, United Supreme Council Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry PHA Northern Jurisdiction USA, Inc. on Friday 10 - 11 January 2020 at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center, 400 Renaissance Drive, Detroit Michiga48243

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WALK OF FAME BRICK PAVER PROGRAM

This is your chance to leave a legacy in the Historic Walk of Fame Garden at the United Supreme Council Cathedral in Philadelphia. Bricks may be purchased individually or in groups to commemorate masonic stalwarts, visionaries, memorialize loved ones, and celebrate masonic accomplishments, as well as honoring individual Consistories and Orients.