Supreme Council 2021 is almost here! In the next few days, New Hampshire will have 50+ members traveling to Cleveland to bestow the 33° on these (6) well deserving Brothers.
Ill Scott R. Borthwick, 32° (Valley of Concord)
Ill Kenneth E. Davis, 32° MSA (Valley of Concord)
Ill Daniel R. Hotchkiss, 32° (Valley of Concord)
Ill Roderick M. MacDonald, 32° (Valley of Portsmouth-Dover)
Ill Roland N. Petersen, 32° (Valley of Nashua)
Ill David A. Rich, 32° MSA (Valley of Lancaster-Littleton)
We extend our safe wishes to all who are traveling by bus, planes, and cars a safe trip to Cleveland and then of course on the return trip back to New Hampshire!
Congratulations to these NH Scottish Rite Brothers who were installed as NH Order of the Eastern Star Grand Officers in Concord, NH (8-21-2021).
Stephen K Bahsler, 33° MSA - Grand Treasurer (Valley of Nashua)
John H Moore, 32° - Grand Warder (Valley of Concord)
David R Walters, 32° - Grand Trustee (Valley of Nashua)
Dennis A Tuttle Jr., 32° - Grand Sentinel (Valley of Concord)
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Grand Lodge, Free & Accepted Masons of Ohio
On August 5, 1884, the cornerstone of the pedestal of the Statue of “Liberty Enlightening the World” was laid by William A. Brodie, Grand Master of Masons in the State of New York. Of all the cornerstones laid with ceremony by Masons the world over, this remains one of the most famous, impressive, and inspirational.
In our new article, we journey back to the 19th century to relive this moment. We review the story that led our brethren to the ceremony of that historic day, held alongside international dignitaries, military officers, and distinguished citizens. We hope you enjoy and share with your brethren:
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32nd Degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry, NMJ
On August 5, 1813, the Supreme Council, 33°, in Charleston, issued the proclamation and charter granting sovereignty to the “Grand and Supreme Council of the Most Puissant Sovereigns, Grand Inspectors General of the 33° for the Northern District and Jurisdiction of the United States of America.”
After two centuries of service, we feel like our work is just getting started. Thank you to all our brethren who continue to be active in our communities and support the hard work of the Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction.
We invite you to celebrate our anniversary by journeying back through history and learning about our origins and the amazing story that has unfolded since that August day in 1813.
Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, NMJ
On this day in 1753, George Washington was raised a Master Mason at the Masonic Lodge at Fredericksburg, Virginia when he was 21 years old. Brother Washington, through his many courageous acts of leadership, remains an inspiration to us nearly three centuries later.
Learn more about this inspirational and historic Freemason: https://lnkd.in/d62FQYWE