Here’s another opportunity to join a Thursday Night at the Rite Watch Party hosted by the Valley of Concord.
Dinner and a Movie!
Thursday, February 2 at 6:30 pm at 53 Iron Works Rd, Concord
28°, Knight of the Sun presented by the Valley of Bridgeport
This is a fun event for Brothers and their significant others. Bring the wife. Bring a blue lodge Mason who wants to join the Rite and his wife. We will all get together and have a great meal!
Start the evening off with a meal from Smokeshow Barbeque in Concord.
Then the Scottish Rite Masons, and any potential members, will retire to the Lodge room to watch the 4°, Builder, and the 28° on the big screen! We will have a popcorn machine!
The others will stay in the dining room and host a Color Street nail bar.
Questions can be sent to Dennis A Tuttle, Jr, MSA at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can view online
If you would prefer to stay home at watch the video, login at https://srnmj.us/t-n-r with your member number. Be sure to take the survey at the end of the broadcast to verify your attendance.
To receive credit for this degree, please log in to the Member Center account and add this degree to your profile. Please select Supreme Council from the Valley drop down field so that we can identify that you witnessed this degree virtually.
The rest of Supreme Council's "Thursday Night at the Rite" Season Four schedule can be found here. This is a great opportunity to experience fellowship, discussion, and reflection on the degree.
28°, "Knight of the Sun"
Masonry's transformation from an operative guild to speculative moral fraternity. The working tools of the builders' art are used to express unique qualities of moral instruction.
Core value explored is Integrity.
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For almost seventy years, the Grand Lodge of Vermont has been awarding the Philip C. Tucker Medal and Citation to Master Masons in the United States and Canada for outstanding achievements and service in any branch of Freemasonry.
First awarded to Brothers Carl H. Claudy and Aaron Hinman Grout in 1955, the Philip C. Tucker award has been presented to other notable Freemasons such as Brother Harold Van Buren Voorhis and our own Past Grand Master, MW Brother Richard Fletcher.
The most recent recipients of this distinction are two Most Worshipful Past Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge of New Hampshire, Brothers John E. Lobdell, 33° (Valley of Portsmouth-Dover) and Kenneth A. Clay Jr., 33° (Valley of Concord) who were presented with this award at the Grand Lodge of Vermont Annual Communication in 2022.
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