Entries by Brother E. Page

We have our Charter…..District 13 Stand Up !

I can say it’s a great time to be an #Oddfellow ! Here you witness greatness as DGM Shawn Cannon received our long overdue district charter as well as our charter for #Sumterlodge2173 this past weekend at the Area II Meeting . Now if everyone comes together in this collective we can make something happen….No […]

District 13 Kickback celebration

As promised I thought it would be a good idea to post some pictures from the District shindig hosted by the brethren of Wayman lodge #1339, in celebration of 176 years of Friendship Love and Truth! Brothers from Florence lodge,  Darlington Central, as well as Emmanuel lodge were in attendance to help us commemorate this […]

Happy 176th Anniversary to US !!

This post might be a little late but we have the entire year to celebrate and commemorate our history in this country!  Three by three with #FLT to all the #oddfellows of the world !!!! Today is extra special because it is the 176th Anniversary of the #GrandUnitedOrderofOddFellows in #America and #Jurisdiction ! Something that […]

Justice for All : an event with Dr. Cleveland Sellers

If anyone asks……….it’s for the cause of so many of our predecessors whose souls I hope to stir, as we honor their all but forgotten legacies…….. I attended the Grand opening for an exhibit titled “Justice for All” at the University of South Carolina’s special collections department in the library. There are over 300 rarely […]

Waverly’s Finest: Columbia History

Our roster like the one I just recently posted on Fraternal lodge 1064, furnished the names of countless individuals, hell bent and heaven sent on getting African Americans their Just prerogatives in the Palmetto State  !!! Brother J.C. Artemus isn’t just a chip off the old block,  he’s the whole blood clot ting eh ?? […]

I must beg forgiveness of the world for not posting about our Illustrious brother Dr. James McCune Smith sooner ! Dr. McCune Smith was considered one of the most broadly accomplished black intellectuals and activists in America. Born in New York on April 18, 1813, McCune attended the #FreeAfricanSchool in #NYC with a number of […]