Lawrenceville, GA - In the true spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, members of Truth and Union Lodge and Truth #594 and Union Chapter #590 actively participated in the MLK Parade and Celebration in Gwinnett County, an event organized by the United Ebony Society. By turning the MLK Day holiday into a "day on" rather than a day off, they exemplified the essence of community service and unity.
The parade, a highlight of the community's annual celebrations, saw enthusiastic participation from the Masonic bodies. Their involvement ranged from marching in the parade to engaging in various volunteer activities throughout the day.
The United Ebony Society, which has been instrumental in fostering cultural awareness and unity in Gwinnett County, praised the Masonic bodies for their active involvement. Zachary Pratt, President of the United Ebony Society, said "I want to also thank those who were able to come out and assist in the United Ebony Society Parade, ceremony and program. All three were a success and Truth and Union as always plays a major part."
As the day concluded, the impact of their service was evident in the smiles and appreciation of the community members. The Truth and Union Lodge and Chapter's involvement in the MLK Parade and Celebration not only honored an important figure in history but also reinforced their commitment to building a stronger, more united community.
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