News from the Valley of Salem
Scottish Rite and Masonry, in general, is dedicated to helping our youth afford higher education, and we realize that with the ever-rising costs of colleges and universities, applying for multiple scholarships is a necessity!
Excerpts From The Rite Times:
Supreme Council's New Website!
On June 21, the Massachusetts Council of Deliberation elected three members of Massachusetts Consistory to receive their Meritorious Service Awards. Brothers Robert G. Parsons, 32°, George K. Haile, 32°, and George H. Kopps, 32°, were all elected to receive the award.
- Be a Scottish Rite Mason for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction.
- Be the child of a Scottish Rite Mason in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction.
- Be an active member of DeMolay, Rainbow, or Job's Daughters in the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction.
The Sutton Lodge of Perfection is requesting men to step forward to become officers of Perfection. There are currently have 3 vacancies which Ill. Judson Greene, would very much like to see filled by guys willing to put in the time and effort to learn new parts and become strong officers for Perfection.
Join Aimee E. Newell, the Museum's Director of Collections and curator of the exhibition, to learn about the Scottish Rite's French roots, its founding in America two centuries ago and its evolution into one of the most popular American fraternal groups during the 1900s. The exhibition includes photos, costumes, and Scottish Rite props, many of which have never previously been on view. Free. Saturday, April 26, 2:00 p.m.
The Massachusetts Consistory member jewel is unique among those presented within the Scottish Rite. It was custom-designed to represent the lessons learned and principles inculcated in Scottish Rite degrees. The jewel illustrates the strong link between Massachusetts Consistory and our Scottish Rite heritage. It also emulates our close ties to Blue Lodge Masonry and the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts.
The jewel proudly displays the Teutonic cross, an emblem of the most ancient chivalric orders dating back to the year 1191. The Teutonic Cross is...
Read more to learn about the new Consistory jewel.