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Mason Donation…

SPC President, Dr. Adena Williams Loston hosted the Ancient Free and Accepted Masonic Lodges Scholarship Donor Luncheon on June 13 at the college's student-run Artemisia's restaurant
Masonic Luncheon

Mason Donation

When St. Philip's College President Dr. Adena Williams Loston hosted the Ancient Free and Accepted Masonic Lodges (A.F. & A.M.) Scholarship Donor Luncheon June 13 in the college’s student-run Artemisia’s restaurant, members of several lodges ceremonially presented Dr. Loston with donations totaling $13,500 to fund scholarships for study in the applied science professions.

Current St. Philip’s College students are the beneficiaries of community philanthropy in the form of scholarships funded collectively by Masons in Texas. The Masonic Lodges Scholarships provide financial assistance for students enrolled in certificates of completion programs in the fields of aircraft maintenance, construction trades, plumbing, welding, transportation services technology and manufacturing technology. Donors in the combined ceremonial event were Highland Hills Lodge No. 1373 ($3,500), Triune Lodge No. 15 ($2,000), Texas Masonic Lodge No. 8 ($2,000), Alamo Lodge No. 44 ($2,000) San Antonio Masonic Lodge No. 1079 ($1,000), Kelly Lodge No. 1131 ($1,000), Victory Masonic Lodge No. 1160 ($1,000), Perfect Union Lodge No. 10 ($1,000).

In support of establishing the Masonic Lodges Scholarship program, Alamo Lodge No. 44 and Triune Lodge No. 15 co-donated $4,000 to St. Philip’s College in 2015. The following year, Alamo Lodge No. 44, Triune Lodge No. 15, Charles W. Anderson Lodge No. 1413, Highland Hills Lodge No. 1373, Texas Lodge No. 8, Victory Lodge No. 1160, and Kelly Lodge No. 1131, all of San Antonio, presented a combined donation of $10,000 to St. Philip’s College.

Alamo Lodge No. 44 has the distinction of being the first and oldest Masonic Lodge in the City of San Antonio and in Bexar County. Founded in the Alamo, the lodge was granted a charter from the Grand Lodge of Texas in 1848. Today, there are more than 900 Masonic Lodges in Texas, with a combined statewide membership of over 122,000.

For details on contributing to the Masonic Lodges Scholarship program at St. Philip's College, or applying for the scholarships, contact Dr. Sharon Crockett-Ray, college director of institutional advancement, at (210) 486-2887, SCROCKETT-BELL@ALAMO.EDU.

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CAPTION: One highlight of the St. Philip's College Ancient Free and Accepted Masonic Lodges Scholarship Donor Luncheon June 13 in the college’s student-run Artemisia’s restaurant occurred when members of several lodges ceremonially presented St. Philip's College President Dr. Adena Williams Loston with donations totaling $13,500 to fund scholarships for study in the applied science professions. (SPC image | Patrick Evans)

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