Fifteen students have been awarded the Charles Edward Cathey Scholarship for 2021. Each student receives a scholarship of $1,000. In 2000, Grand Master Charles Cathey initiated a drive to raise money for scholarships that could be awarded to deserving North Carolina students. NC Masons generously supported his call to help send graduating high school seniors to college. Because of his tireless efforts on behalf of education, the scholarship was named in his honor.
Reece Bridges, Valdese; Draughn High
Savannah Buck, Emul; West Craven High
Dawson Corbettt, Newton Grove; Hobbton High
Colby Davis, Murphy; Hiwassee Dam High
Mason Fuller, Ocracoke; Ocracoke High
Ella Gamble, Cullowhee; Smoky Mountain High
Madison Grigsby, Chadbourn; South Columbus High
Kristen Hall, Tryon; Polk County High
Ava Hayes, Pfafftown; Ronald Wilson Reagan High
Elijah Lemons, Fuquay Varina; Harnett Central High
Brianna Martin, State Road; East Wilkes High
Bryce Rogers, Franklin, Franklin High
Carson Satterwhite, Southport; South Brunswick High
Jon Soderena, Wilmington, E.A. Laney High
Morgan walker, Lawndale, Burns High
NCMF is searching for a new Chief Development Officer! This is a great opportunity to help a foundation that has been supporting Masonic charities for almost 100 years! Interested in helping kids in trouble and seniors in need of services and housing? Check this out!
Editor’s Note: Out of an abundance of caution, the MHCO board will vote Aug. 13 on whether to proceed with Homecoming. The Masonic Home for Children Campus will be teeming with visitors and activities when the celebration of the 10th Annual Masonic Homecoming Festival gets under way, Oct. 8-10.
Fathers and sons, sisters and brothers. Taking care of those we love and who need us is a bond that can never be broken. This is what Masonry is all about. Support the Campaign for WhiteStone!
It has never been more important for Masons to honor the promise they made at the altar to support widows and orphans through their Masonic charities. Join the NC Masonic Foundation and meet some folks whose lives were changed by your generosity!
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