Benevolent Lodge Order #210
 Promoting Love, Hope, and Charity
Benevolent Lodge Order No. 210 is a non-profit charitable religious based organization located in the "bedroom community" of Port Royal, Tennessee in northeast Montgomery County.  Port Royal is one of the oldest towns in Tennessee and was once considered as a possible capital for the state.

Since our inception in 1872, our mission has been to assist the disabled, nurse the sick, and bury the dead.  It is our intent to continue this tradition by promoting health, education, welfare, and community service without regard to race, color, creed, religion, or disabling conditions.

In fulfillment of our rich heritage of promoting love, hope and charity, we sponsor an array of civic/charitable activities in the Clarksville-Montgomery County area, such as giving monetary gifts to widows and the needy, gift baskets, health screenings, mentoring the youth, and awarding incentive grants and scholarships to college students.

Officers:

Vester Carney..............................President
James L. Johnson..........................Vice President
Katie L. Glover.............................Recording Secretary
Hazel Radford..............................Corresponding Secretary
Alicia Foster.................................Financial Secretary
Willie Terry..................................Treasurer


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