A MASON FIRST, THEN A WIDOWS SON

About the Solemn Few

THE LOW COUNTRY CHAPTER OF THE WIDOWS SONS OF sOUTH CAROLINA

Hirams Solemn Fe​W

MISSION
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Provide relief to the widows and orphans of our Masonic brethren.  Introduce the sport of motorcycling to our Masonic brethren and their families. Introduce Freemasonry to the public and the motorcyclist community. Support our Blue Lodges by being active in our Lodges through attendance and by participating in Lodge events. Help raise Masonic Awareness during our participation in public events. 
DESCRIPTION

We ride for charities such as Widows and Orphans Assn. aka Widows Fund. One of our chosen charities is the Veterans Victory House in Walterboro, S.C. and other non-profit organizations. We are Masonic Brothers riding for noble causes. 

Our Grand Chapter is "Raised From The Grave" and our charter and by-laws were approved by the Grand Lodge of Ancient Freemasons of South Carolina

​We do not intend to speak for or represent any Masonic body. We simply want to share our passion for riding with all other Masons who ride, and have some fun while we do it.


We are not a 1% club. We are a social riding association, with a membership requirement of being a Master Mason in good standing. Our name comes from certain aspects of the Masonic fraternity, it is not intended to instill fear or appear threatening in any way. ​​ We invite non-members to ride with us on our various ride functions and participate in our fund-raising events. We only ask that you conduct yourself in a legal, orderly and civil manner. 

Officers

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Founder
- RIP Jim "Boots" Floyd- We miss you
President - Anthony "Tony-T" La Presta​
Vice president - Stephan "Scandal" La Presta​
Secretary - James "2-Pints" Thompson
Treasurer - Richard "Papadoc" La Presta

Chaplain - ​​Tim "Roadkill" McKnight
Sergeant at Arms -  Barney "Bedrock" Atkinson
Master of Membership - John "C-Dawg" Cercopely
Webmaster - James "2-Pints" Thompson