Americanism Essay winners


Freemasonry Brother George Howes, 32nd, presents 2nd Place Winner Brandon A. Hodges of Beth Haven Christian School with a $300 check.


Illustrious H. Jackson Yost, 33rd Sovereign Grand Inspector General of West Virginia, supervises the contest on the state level.


Howes also presented third place winner Ben E. Kazee of Logan High School with a $200 check.


Illustrious Larry E. Chafin, 33rd Personal Representative of the Sovereign Grand Inspector General in West Virginia, supervises the contest on the local level.


The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry has announced their 31 Annual Americanism Essay Contest winners. The contest is open to high school juniors and seniors in Logan, Boone, Mingo and Wyoming counties. Pictured, Freemasonry Brother Bruce Wooten, 32 Knights Commandery Court of Honor (KCCH), presents first place winner Kasey M. Walls of Westside High School with a $500 check.


Freemasonry Brother George Howes, 32nd, presents 2nd Place Winner Brandon A. Hodges of Beth Haven Christian School with a $300 check.

Illustrious H. Jackson Yost, 33rd Sovereign Grand Inspector General of West Virginia, supervises the contest on the state level.

Howes also presented third place winner Ben E. Kazee of Logan High School with a $200 check.

Illustrious Larry E. Chafin, 33rd Personal Representative of the Sovereign Grand Inspector General in West Virginia, supervises the contest on the local level.

The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry has announced their 31 Annual Americanism Essay Contest winners. The contest is open to high school juniors and seniors in Logan, Boone, Mingo and Wyoming counties. Pictured, Freemasonry Brother Bruce Wooten, 32 Knights Commandery Court of Honor (KCCH), presents first place winner Kasey M. Walls of Westside High School with a $500 check.

Freemasonry Brother George Howes, 32nd, presents 2nd Place Winner Brandon A. Hodges of Beth Haven Christian School with a $300 check.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Mason-Hodges-CMYK.jpgFreemasonry Brother George Howes, 32nd, presents 2nd Place Winner Brandon A. Hodges of Beth Haven Christian School with a $300 check.

Illustrious H. Jackson Yost, 33rd Sovereign Grand Inspector General of West Virginia, supervises the contest on the state level.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Mason-Jackson-Yost-CMYK.jpgIllustrious H. Jackson Yost, 33rd Sovereign Grand Inspector General of West Virginia, supervises the contest on the state level.

Howes also presented third place winner Ben E. Kazee of Logan High School with a $200 check.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Mason-kazee-CMYK.jpgHowes also presented third place winner Ben E. Kazee of Logan High School with a $200 check.

Illustrious Larry E. Chafin, 33rd Personal Representative of the Sovereign Grand Inspector General in West Virginia, supervises the contest on the local level.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Mason-Larry-E-Chafin-CMYK.jpgIllustrious Larry E. Chafin, 33rd Personal Representative of the Sovereign Grand Inspector General in West Virginia, supervises the contest on the local level.

The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry has announced their 31 Annual Americanism Essay Contest winners. The contest is open to high school juniors and seniors in Logan, Boone, Mingo and Wyoming counties. Pictured, Freemasonry Brother Bruce Wooten, 32 Knights Commandery Court of Honor (KCCH), presents first place winner Kasey M. Walls of Westside High School with a $500 check.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Mason-westside-CMYK.jpgThe Scottish Rite of Freemasonry has announced their 31 Annual Americanism Essay Contest winners. The contest is open to high school juniors and seniors in Logan, Boone, Mingo and Wyoming counties. Pictured, Freemasonry Brother Bruce Wooten, 32 Knights Commandery Court of Honor (KCCH), presents first place winner Kasey M. Walls of Westside High School with a $500 check.
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