SCOD ISSUES LETTERS TEMPORARY TO NEW CHAPTERS AND PRIORY
Two new DeMolay Chapters and one new Knighthood Priory received their Letters Temporary recently from the Supreme Council Order of DeMolay of the Republic of the Philippines. The Celestino Chavez Centennial Chapter of Davao City, Bantayang Bato Centennial Chapter of Laguna and Cavite Centennial Priory were all presented their Letters Temporary last November 8, 2020 at the MW Dad Rosendo Herrera Hall of the Philippine DeMolay Youth Center, during the public ceremony of the Dad Frank S. Land Memorial Day Celebration.
Brother Albert Manlulu, the Grand Junior Councilor of the Supreme Council Order of DeMolay and Brother Ericson Atanacio, the Jurisdictional Deputy Grand Master for Luzon presided over the turnover of the Letters Temporary to the newest DeMolay Chapters and Knighthood Priory.
Brother Allan Reginald I. Basiya, a member of the Advisory Council of Celestino Chavez Centennial Chapter, received the Letters Temporary on behalf of Davao City’s newest DeMolay chapter , while WB Rod Fernandez and SCOD Executive Officer for NCR-South Brother Felipe Del Rosario, Chapter Advisor and Chairman of the Advisory Council respectively, received the Letters Temporary for Bantayang Bato Centennial Chapter of Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
Meanwhile, the Priory Advisor of Cavite Centennial Priory, SCOD Executive Officer for R-IV-A Brother Raymond Salazar, together with the Chairman of the Advisory Council of Cavite Centennial Priory, SCOD Jurisdictional Deputy Grand Master for Luzon Brother Ericson Atanacio, received the Letters Temporary in behalf of the new Priory.
Celestino Chavez Centennial Chapter and Bantayang Bato Centennial Chapter were formally assigned the chapter numbers 99 and 100 respectively. Meantime, Cavite Centennial Priory was given the number 7 as its priory number designation. These are in line with the recently approved decision of the SCOD to formally number all chapters and priories under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council Order of DeMolay of the Republic of the Philippines.
Credits to Bro. Alvin Llanderal, Chev., LOH