RIVEN ROCK NO. 60 Masonic Lodge AWARDS NIGHT. Riven Rock No. 60 Masonic Lodge in Timmonsville,S.C. presented Awards and Recognized Great Brothers of the Masonic Family. This lodge gave honor to great Masons in our Masonic Family in Florence County and Timmonsville area. Worshipful Master and Officers and Members gave awards to Honorary Past Masters of Riven Rock No. 60 to PM Floyd N. Brockington and PM Charles Adams and Mr. Larry Smith of The Community Times on December 7, 2017.
The awards were given to members of the Honorary Past Masters Charles Adams received by Ms. Lashall Adams. The award given for Honorary Past Master Floyd N. Brockington received by Ms. Miesha Washington. Mr. Larry Smith received an award based on his dedication to publishing stories and happenings in African American Community in the Pee Dee area. WM Carl McAllister and officers and members have been a force in Timmonsville area. This lodge has been active in community with the NAACP and Youth.
The New Brothers of Riven Rock No. 60 gave an honor to one its deceased member in the personage Honorary Past Master James P. Brown, Sr. 33″. The Class of 2017 Master Masons of Riven Rock No. 60 dedicated their line to Honorary Past Master James P. Brown, Sr. 33′. PM James P. Brown, Sr. 33′ was a 1940 Graduate of Mayo High School on Darlington, SC and WW ll Veteran who was a member of the 39ers Barrage Unit who were the first to land on the D-Day Invasion on June 6, 1944.
PM James Brown was a Licensed Contractor in Va. and South Carolina. PM Brown built from the ground up 9 African American Churches and built houses and church improvements in the Pee Dee area and Virginia area. He was an outstanding members of Riven Rock No. 60 Masonic and is the Father and Mentor of Past District Deputy of the 9th Masonic District Kevin N. Brown and now the Grand Historian of the MWPHGL of South Carolina. He was Chairman of the Trustee Ministry of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Dr. Frank Ham.
Past Master Brown’s motto was, “Try to make the World A Better Than You Found It.” He was a great husband and Father.” He used his gifts to train and impart knowledge to all Mankind. He was hard but Fair,” stated his son and Lodge Brother Kevin N. Brown.