Lecture by District 1 DDGC James Gregory at Eureka Northshore Lodge No. 269


Sir Knight, Eminent DDGC Jim Gregory, an award-winning storyteller, shared his experience during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s in the Deep South.   It was an incredible, heart warming, and gut wrenching.     Everyone in attendance left with a greater appreciation for the suffering, effort, perseverance, joys and sorrows of those in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1960’s.

The presentation was made at an open meeting of Eureka Northshore Lodge No. 269 in Dania, Florida on Thursday July 16th, 2015.

Sir Knight Eminent Jim is also a founder of the Miami Storytelling Guild that meets twice monthly.   And has an award-winning CD – The Hanging of Tom Brown – available from Amazon.



Pictured left to right – EC Joe Fritz from Melita Commandery No 35, District 1 DDGC Jim Gregory, WM Paulo Olivera from Eureka Northshore No 269

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