Sixth Annual Tucker-Cochran Texas Scottish Rite Legacy Convocation Itinerary April 10 and 11, 2015 Fort Worth Masonic Temple Registration Schedule Pre-Registration is through March 20, 2015 on line at http://texasscottishrite.org/. PRE-REGISTRATION IS $145.00. AFTER MARCH 20, 2015 REGISTRATION IS $160.00. Registration check-in and On Site Registration for the Convocation will be at the Fort Worth Masonic Temple on Friday, April 10, 2015, 12 Noon to 5:00 pm, and on Saturday, April 11, 2015, 7:00 am to 9:00 am. Registration fee includes all scheduled lunches, dinners and activities. Dress Code The Dress Code for the convocation is coat and tie and regalia for all events except Saturday night dinner and Texas Country Music Revue which will be Texas Casual. Hotel Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa 1701 Commerce Street Fort Worth, Texas 76102 Hotel reservation: 888-627-8556 (Ask for Scottish Rite Rate) ROOM RENTAL IS $129 PER NIGHT (PLUS TAX AND OCCUPANCY CHARGES); HOTEL RESERVATION MUST BE CONFIRMED PRIOR TO MARCH 20, 2015. Van Service between Hotel and Masonic Temple will be provided. Legacy Convocation Schedule Friday, April 10, 2015 5:30 Welcome Reception – Masonic Temple – Temple Porch 7:00 Welcome Banquet – Masonic Temple - Grand Ballroom Emcee for Evening – Ill Jack Harper, 33° IGH. Banquet Speaker – Ill Bill Sizemore, 33° IGH Grand Executive Director, THE SUPREME COUNCIL, 33º Ill M. Douglas Adkins, 33°, SGIG, Texas Saturday, April 11, 2015 Scottish Rite Mason Event Track Masonic Temple - Commandery Room 9:00 Opening - Galveston Consistory Call to Order and Welcome by Ill Brack Jones, 33° IGH, Personal Representative, Valley of Galveston Emcee for Day – Ill Herbert B. (Buck) Howard, 33° IGH, Personal Representative, Valley of Dallas 9:15 Major General James Williams, USMC, Ret’d, 32°, Valley of Dallas 10:00 Most Worshipful Michael L. Wiggins, Grand Master, Grand Lodge of Texas 10:45 Break 11:00 Most Worshipful William Mollere, Grand Master, Grand Lodge of Louisiana 12:00 noon Buffet Luncheon – Masonic Temple – Grand Ballroom BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1:15 pm Knights of Saint Andrew – South Lodge Room – Third Floor KOSA members only 1:15 pm Leadership – Commandery Room – Fourth Floor Ill Reese L. Harrison, Jr. 33°, GC, PGM, Texas Ill Claude O. Ervin, 33° IGH, Personal Representative - Rite Care 1:15 pm Membership Development – North Lodge Room – Third Floor 1:15 pm Arm in Arm – Red Lodge Room – Third Floor Ill Dr. James Walker Todd, 33° IGH, Personal Representative – Arm-in-Arm; Hon. Greg Wright, 32° KCCH, Valley of San Antonio; Hon. Izzy Segovia, 32°, Valley of El Paso 1:15 pm Texas Scottish Rite History Traditions and Legacies – Temple Library – Floor 2M Hon. Marshall J. Doke, Jr., 32° KCCH, Valley of Dallas, Chairman Texas Scottish Rite History Committee Panel Discussion 3:30 pm Panel Discussion - Commandery Room – Fourth Floor M. Douglas Akins SGIG, Texas; M.W. Michael Wiggins, Grand Master, Grand Lodge of Texas; M:W: William Mollere, SGIG, Grand Master of Masons, Louisiana; Major General James Williams, USMC, Ret’d, 32°, Valley of Dallas; and Ill Bill Sizemore, 33° IGH Grand Executive Director, THE SUPREME COUNCIL, 33º Moderator – Ill Herbert B. (Buck) Howard, 33° IGH, Personal Representative, Valley of Dallas Saturday Night Event 6:00 pm Hospitality Reception – Masonic Temple – Grand Ballroom 7:00 pm Catered Mexican Dinner – Masonic Temple – Grand Ballroom Los Vaqueros Restaurants 8:00 pm Western Music Revue, Legends of West Actors, the Duke – Masonic Temple – Grand Ballroom Sunday Optional Event 9:00 am Devotional Service – Sheraton Hotel Ladies Saturday 9:00 am Convocation Opening 9:15 am Major General James Williams, USMC, Ret’d, 32°, Valley of Dallas 10:30 am Amon Carter Museum of American Art - Guided Group Tour The Amon Carter is committed to acquiring the finest examples of American art, preserving them for future generations, and exhibiting them for the enjoyment of its broad audience. The museum is equally dedicated to researching the works in its collection and providing interpretive materials and programs to serve an educational role devoted to the study of American art. 12:30 pm Luncheon - The Gardens Restaurant, Fort Worth Botanical Gardens The Gardens Restaurant & Catering has been in business for over eighteen years and takes pride in creating artistic presentations that are designed specifically for your event. We are located in the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, a beautiful location of 110 scenic acres, including the Rose Garden, the Japanese Gardens, the Botanic Garden Center and the Conservatory. The Gardens offer enchanting color in the spring, summer, winter and fall. 2:00 pm Texas Civil War Museum The Texas Civil War Museum opened in January of 2006. With over 15,000 square feet of exhibits, it is the largest Civil War museum west of the Mississippi River. The museum gallery is shared with exhibits on loan from the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Texas Division. The museum consists of three separate galleries that display a civil war collection, Victorian dress collection and United Daughters of the Confederacy Texas Confederate collection. 3:30 pm Return to Sheraton and Temple The Ladies transportation will be by executive chartered bus. All expenses of the Ladies Tour are included in the Convocation Registration Fee.
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