PATERSON, NJ - In a city with a storied past, at least one organization stands out, always prepared to serve the community, to help keep their city on a path towards greatness.
On Monday, the Integrity Lodge #51 Masonic Temple marked the 118th anniversary of its founding.
Launched locally by Rev. Filmore Smith, with the same commitment to serve as its foundational fraternal organization, Integrity Lodge #51 continues to be a beacon of community service and charity towards others, Worshipful Master Kevin Price told TAPinto Paterson.
Counting recognized leaders such as Rev. John Givens, Assemblyman Benjie Wimberly, Chairman John Currie, and Deputy Mayor Bennie Cook, as well as more than 70 others in their ranks, Price assured that the large building at 224 Broadway, and the organization that calls it home, or will continue to be a key part of their city’s future.
“Whether it’s personal development, providing important community services, or offering a place for Paterson to celebrate we will continue to serve Paterson,” Price said.
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