Companions joined with other Commander-in-Chief Companions in Washington DC to observe Lincoln’s Birthday on February 12th, 2014
Commander-in-Chief, Waldron Kintzing Post II, was a featured speaker at the rededication of the Silent Sentry statue on Memorial Day Weekend ceremonies at the Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia. The Silent Sentry, originally commissioned by the Soldiers Home of Philadelphia, was designed and sculpted by Henry Manger, an artist and immigrant and dedicated in 1883 … Read more
Rowan University Cadet, Ryan Adams, receives MOLLUS Award Medal and copy of Union Blue from Companion Lynch at Princeton Award Ceremony.
MOLLUS PA Companions join with other Commandery-in-Chief Companions in Washington DC to observe Lincoln’s Birthday.
MOLLUS-PA Companions lay wreath at the Civil War veteran’s grave site where the Silent Sentry Statue will stand in the Laurel Hill Cemetery. Re-dedication scheduled for Memorial day Weekend, Sunday, May 25, 2014