160-Year Anniversary Celebration- San Antonio York Rite Chapter #381

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    San Antonio York Rite Chapter #381 is celebrating their 160th anniversary on Saturday, June 23rd at the Scottish Rite. This is going to be an outstanding celebration of York Rite Masonry in the San Antonio area as well as a celebration of our companions and their place in Texas Royal Arch Masonic history!
    Here is the schedule of events of June 23rd:
    5:30 - Open a Representation of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Texas - Most Excellent Companion Tom Snyder, Most Excellent Grand High Priest of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Texas will preside - in the Albert Pike Lodge Room
    5:30 - Wine and Cheese reception for the ladies and non-York Rite guests - in the Ladies Lounge
    7:00 - Banquet - in the auditorium
    Invocation - Comp. James A. Rodriguez, PHP, KYCH
    Toast to the Flag -
    Dinner
    7:45 - Opening Remarks - Comp. John R. Dunn, High Priest, San Antonio Chapter #381, and Venerable Master of Kadosh of San Antonio Consistory AASR
    8:00 - "Texas Living History" - Dr. Tom Jackson, BA, JD, Internationally-known Living Historian, 6th Generation Texan, Past President of Travis Chapter No. 7 SRT
    8:45 - Remarks and Introductions - 160 Years of Royal Arch Masonry - Reese L. Harrison Jr., KYGCH, OPC, Right Excellent Grand King, Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Texas
    9:00 - Remarks - Most Excellent Companion Tom Snyder, Most Excellent Grand High Priest of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Texas, Very Illustrious Past Grand Master, Right Eminent Past Grand Commander
    Benediction - Comp. James A. Rodriguez, PHP, KYCH
    Tickets will be $45.00 each. Please RSVP to San Antonio Scottish Rite Consistory no later than June 21st- (210) 222-0133
    Dress will be coat and tie.

    R.E. Comp. Bill Boyd (BroBill), D.D.G.H.P.
    Capitular District #23
    Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Texas
     

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