Ep 6 History of Bro. Oscar Scott Woody
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Historical Light is brought to you in part by Masonic Revival and viewers like you. Be sure to visit www.MasonicRevival.com to find Quality, Unique, Masonic merchandise that you will be proud to wear. Let’s start a Masonic Revival, Together! Use our Promo code HLIGHT to get FREE shipping! If you enjoy our work here and would like to contribute to the show you can do so on our website www.HistoricalLight.com by clicking on the “Support the Show” tab in the main menu then click on “Donate”. You can easily setup a convenient one time or recurring donation to the show. All proceeds received go directly back into the show to help offset the overall costs such as web hosting, audio podcast hosting, equipment upkeep, etc. We sincerely appreciate your patronism and continued support! *What happened in Masonic History Today? We visit our friends at Masonrytoday.com to learn about the life Bro. Harry Cohn. http://www.masonrytoday.com/index.php... Todays show topic is Bro. Oscar Scott Woody. In this episode we get to sit down with friend and Bro. Jason Richards of The Masonic Roundtable who is also the current sitting Master of Acacia Lodge No. 16 in Clifton Virginia. Bro. Richards is kind enough to walk us through the history of Bro. Oscar Scott Woody who perished on the RMS Titanic. Bro. Woody was also an active member of Acacia Lodge. Please support the efforts of Acacia Lodge by purchasing a lapel pin or coin. To purchase go to www.oscarscottwoody.com We give a well deserved plug to The Masonic Roundtable (TMR) for their upcoming event celebrating the 300th anniversary of UGLE. They have an amazing event planned to take place at the Washington Masonic Memorial in June. Get your tickets at www.themasonicroundtable.com/300 FB CHALLENGE: This week we feature Bro Angelo Mino’s video submission on why he became a Freemason. Make sure you submit you video reply TODAY and you may see it on a future episode of Historical Light!

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