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106th Annual Grand Lodge Session

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Dr. Moore accepting the plaque of appreciation from Grand Master Scruggs. 

L to r:  MW C. Brian Hart, 33°, Past Grand Master; MW Alexander H. Smith, 33°, Past Grand Master; Rev. Dr. Michael R Moore, 33°, 15th Grand Master of MWUGL, F&AM, PHA; MW Joshua D. Scruggs, 33°, Grand Master; & MW Kenneth M. Yates, 33°. Past Grand Master: as the designation of Honorary Past Grand Master is bestowed and presented to Rev. Dr. Moore.

Newly elected Grand Master Mark S. Jordan.      

Submitted By R.W. Bobby R. Henry, Sr., Grand Publicist


The 106th Annual Grand Communication of The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Ancient Free & Accepted Masons of FL, Inc. (MWPHGL AF&AM.), was held April 17-23, 2015 in Orlando, Fla.  The Messenger for the Opening Religious Service was the distinguished Rev. Dr. Michael R. Moore, 33°.  Dr. Moore is the current Pastor of Powerhouse COGIC, located in Tallahassee, Fla.  Additionally, he is the 15th Grand Master (Past Grand Master) of The Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge, Free & Accepted Masons, PHA, of Florida & Belize, Central America, Inc.

During the Religious Service Dr. Moore was presented with a plaque of appreciation for serving as the Messenger by Illustrious Joshua D. Scruggs, 33°, Grand Master. Grand Master Scruggs, on behalf of The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand AF&AM of FL Inc., also conferred Dr. Moore with the designation of that of an Honorary Past Grand Master of The MWPHGL AF&AM Masonic Jurisdiction.

During this Grand Communication, Mark S. Jordan, Sr., 33° was elected and duly installed as the next Grand Master for The MWPHGL AF&AM of FL Inc.

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