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SCOTTISH RITE
VALLEY OF EVANSVILLE

of the
Northern Masonic Jurisdiction



Valley of Evansville Dinner Meeting ~
Tuesday, June 5 ~ 6:00 P.M - 8:00 P.M..
Red Wagon Restaurant ~ I-64 - Poseyville Exit

Members, Ladies, and Widows Welcome!

Please call the Scottish Rite Office for reservations


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414 S.E. 4th Street
Evansville, Indiana 47713
Telephone: 812-425-1396


Executive Secretary: Mark W. Stephens, 32°

Executive Treasurer: Michael A. West, 33°
Office
Assistant: Carla Johns

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Welcome to the Valley of Evansville!

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~ Facts About the Scottish Rite ~

Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite is an organization which enables a
Master Mason to continue the journey toward More Light; to make a good
man a better man; and strive to strengthen a community in which he lives.
The degrees of the 4° through the 32°continue Masonic teachings that
were given in the first three degrees in Masonry. Men of every
religion, color, and language from almost every nation of the globe,
unite together in fellowship in the Scottish Rite. The degrees are
continued by dramatic portrayals in which historical, spiritual,
and life lessons are exemplified.

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Helping a brother is need, is a brother indeed!
~ Almoners Fund Donations are always welcomed ~


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The other four Scottish Rite Valleys in the State of Indiana are: Indianapolis, Terre Haute,
South Bend
, Ft. Wayne .
and George Rogers Clark.

Ask a worthy Masonic brother, whether he
be a friend, acquaintance, or family member to
join our great Ancient Accepted Scottish
Rite during anytime of the year!

Petitions are available online or in the Scottish Rite office.

This year's Fall Reunion will be held in October.
New members will be welcomed!

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"MORE LIGHT"
ON MASONRY
AND
SCOTTISH RITE FACTS

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OUR CORE VALUES

1. Reverence for God
2. Integrity
3. Justice
4. Tolerance
5. Devotion to Country
6. Service to Community

OUR VISION

We will strive to be a fraternity that fulfills
our Masonic obligation
to care for our members.


CARING FOR EACH OTHER

Check out the NMJ
new video celebrating
'Brothers helping Brothers'
and much more within the
Northern Masonic Jurisdiction website.


Northern Masonic Jurisdiction
Link


Inspirational
Convenient
Enjoyable
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Indiana Masonic Home

Indiana Masonic Home, Franklin, Indiana


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Scottish Rite Dinner
June 5 ~ 6:00 PM

Red Wagon
Restaurant

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~ Scottish Rite Club ~ Information


First Capital
Club - Corydon


Lincolnland -
Santa Claus


Posey Co. -
Evansville area


Guilds -
Evansville area


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OUR MISSON

*Inspire our
members
by
emphasizing our
Core Values:

*Ensure that
activities
are convenient.  
                                
*Provide enjoyable
programs
and fraternal
fellowship.

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2018 Indiana Council of Deliberation will be held on
June 28-July 1, 2018 in Michigan City, IN at Blue Chip Casino. Hotel reservations must be made by Jun 14, 2018 to receive a special rates. Please click on the button below to download the registration packet with all the registration and schedule info.

2018 INDIANA COD REGISTRATION PACKET

 

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Webmaster.

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Last updated: June, 2018
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The Bodies of the Scottish Rite, in the Valley of Evansville, in Evansville, IN, acknowledge

and yield allegiance to the Supreme Council, 33°, of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite
of Freemasonry for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the United States of America,
whose Grand East is in Lexington, Massachusetts.



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