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Friday, October 14, 2016

PA Academy of Masonic Knowledge: Live Steaming on Saturday

Brother Seth Anthony just passed along this information about their meeting tomorrow, 10/15:
The Academy of Masonic Knowledge is meeting this weekend and we are pleased to announce that this event will be live-streamed, via YouTube, on Saturday. The stream will begin around 9:15 AM, with the first speaker taking the stage at 9:30AM. 
To view the feed, just visit the Masonic Villages of PA channel on YouTube and the live link should appear at the appropriate time. 
We will be taking some internet based questions for the speakers (although the number is to be determined.) I'll be sure to watch this thread for potential questions, as well as the comments on the YouTube video and via Facebook. Remember, this is not a tiled event, so please keep any questions appropriate. 
As a reminder, the speakers are:
Heather Calloway – Heather is the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian and an Assistant Professor at Washington College in Maryland. She served the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction as Director of Programming, Museum Curator, and Digital Media Director at the House of the Temple in Washington, DC.
John Hairston – Bro. Hairston is a member of Harmony Lodge No. 2, under the jurisdiction of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Washington and is the author of the new groundbreaking book “Landmarks of our Fathers: the Critical Analysis of the Start and Origin of African Lodge No. 1."
Christopher Murphy – Bro. Murphy is the Charter Junior Warden of Fibonacci Lodge No. 112, the first Observant Lodge chartered by the Grand Lodge of Vermont. He is a member of Vermont Lodge of Research No. 110 and the Philalethes Society. He will present his paper “The Tavern Myth.”

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