Florida Commandery - Order of Saint George Grand Commandery of North America
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We are a dynamic new location for the Order of St. George. New petitions are being processed as we grow and look to hold our own Investiture this Spring. We welcome to the Order those who qualify as new Knights, Dames and Companions.

In our continued effort to support those in need of medical care in the fight against ISIS near Mosul, Iraq, and the displaced refugees it has caused; two more boxes of valuable medical supplies have been donated and being readied for transport. We need your help to raise more donations for medical supplies for the Iraqi refugees.

We continue to investigate ways to help our OStG colleagues in Jamaica and Belize.  hose two projects will be a high priority for the Florida Commandery.

If you reside in Florida and are interested in helping the Order in its mission to support veterans and Middle Eastern refugees including Christians in that region, contact me at:

Richard A. Clinchy, III, PhD, EMT-P, KSMOTJ, KCStG
Commander - Florida Commandery
Telephone: (850) 816-5774
Email: drclinchy@gmail.com

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Richard A. Clinchy III, PhD, EMT-P,
Commander of
Florida Commandery

International Knightly Order Valiant of St. George: U.S. 501(c)3 and Registered Charity, England, 1137397.
An organization with Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic & Social Council since 2015.
The North American Grand Commandery is an official 501(C) 3 non-profit and recognized as a Public Charity in the USA.

To become a Knight of St George, one must be a Christian by faith.
The Order is not a political organization and does not engage in politics.
The Order recognizes the Constitution and statutes of the United States and of its several States as sovereign and temporally supreme public law.
The Order does not allow its members to act contrary to their obligations to their country.  The Order of St George. (also referred to as OStG) is not associated in any way with Freemasonry.