BEXAR COUNTY RECOGNIZES MOUSSA TEMPLE 106

September 17, 2019

 Photo: Moussa Temple Staff

 

SAN ANTONIO – (Sept. 10, 2019) To recognize the Prince Hall Shriners of Moussa Temple No. 106 (AEAONMS), the Bexar County Commissioners Court presented a Proclamation to the Temple for its works and deeds for nearly 100 years. The Court extended its sincere best wishes for a rewarding and memorial Centennial Celebration in 2021. Moussa Temple No. 106 is a fraternal, non-profit organization created on August 2, 1921 in the City of San Antonio and are comprised of men, mostly military veterans, who are committed to providing an environment of friendship and fellowship.

 

The Temple strives to implement innovative ideas, facilitate positive change and plans for the future, while working cohesively with the community. Moussa Temple’s main programs of support within Bexar County are Shriners as Mentors, Student Aid, National Diabetes Initiative, and Voter Registration / Education. Throughout its centennial year, Moussa Temple will host a series of events promoting awareness, dispensing charity, and awarding student aid. The Centennial Celebration will conclude with a Centennial Gala on October 16, 2021. Special thanks to Precinct 4 Commissioner Tommy Calvert. (photo by Moussa Temple Staff)

 

 

 

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