Valley of Nashua will hold it's Stated Meeting including Honoring our 1st Responders and Local Heroes Program and you are invited to join us Tues., November 16, 2021. Dinner is at 6:30pm (No Charge/RSVP Required) and the program starts at 7:30pm.
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Attire: Business Attire (Men) & Dresses or Slacks (Ladies). Uniforms are optional and welcome.
At this Stated meeting, the Valley of Nashua will hold a special First Responders and Local Heroes Program to honor those that work in the police, fire, EMS, and medical professions. This semi-pubic program is meant to memorialize the 20th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on our country, as well as to honor those that have worked to keep our families safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic; and Families are encouraged to attend.
The Challenge Coin shown here will be presented to every First Responder that is a member of the Fraternity, as well as any outside guest from the various fields that are in attendance.
RSVPs are required for both the dinner, and for any First Responder wishing to receive a Challenge Coin.
Dinner reservation deadline is Tues., November 9, 2021.
Following the program, New Hampshire Consistory, 32° will hold it's Regular Rendezvous jointly with the Regular Convocations of Aaron P. Hughes Lodge of Perfection, Oriental Council, Princes of Jerusalem, and St. George Chapter of Rose Croix for the purpose of voting on these proposed by-laws changes, and conducting any other business that may come before each body.
On October 31, 2021 at Washington Lodge #61 (Manchester Masonic Temple), these Scottish Rite Masons were honored by New Hampshire DeMolay.
Legion of Honor: Karl R. Olson (Valley of Concord), David R. Walters (Valley of Nashua), Robert M. Porter (Valley of Nashua), James M. Triacca (Valley of Concord), Jackson E. Marston (Valley of Concord), and Sherman A. Packard (Valley of Nashua).
Degree of Chevalier: Samuel A. Varjabedian (Valley of Nashua).
We congratulate these Brothers for their accomplishments!
One week to go to the Joint Valley Reunion to be held Sat., November 6th at Exeter High School! Have you made your reservation for you and your Lady?
The Valleys of Lancaster-Littleton, Concord, Nashua, Portsmouth-Dover, as well as NH Consistory have a great line up of Degrees to present to the Brothers of New Hampshire as well as visitors from Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Illinois!
Click this link for more details and to RSVP! We can't wait to see you!
In 2019, the United States Senate passed a resolution designating October 28th as National First Responders Day to honor the men and women putting their lives on the line.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, 4.6 million career and volunteer first responders support the communities where they live. They are firefighters, police, emergency medical technicians (EMT), paramedics, and 911 operators. In an emergency, they’re the first on the scene. These dedicated professionals answer the call when a crisis arises, often putting their own lives on the line.
To memorialize the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001, please join the Valley of Nashua on Tues., November 16th as we honor the First Responders / Local Heroes with a dinner at 6:30pm and the program of the evening at 7:30pm.
Challenge Coins will be presented to every First Responder in attendance.
RSVPs can be made at https://www.nhscottishrite.org/heroes.html
We Hope You Can Join Us!
Valley of Nashua - Fall Reunion
Tuesday, October 26 6:30 – 9:00pm
200a Main St, Nashua, NH
Valley of Nashua Reunion
Aaron P Hughes Lodge of Perfection &
Oriental Council, Princes of Jerusalem
6:00 PM - Registration
6:30 PM - Dinner
7:15 PM - Open
4°, Builder (via video)
15°, Knight of the East (live cast)
Click to RSVP https://cvu8vk0m.pages.infusionsoft.net
From the Grand Lodge, Free & Accepted Masons of Ohio blog. Such a momentous day for Freemasonry.