Illustrious Brother Roger J Pellerin, 33°, MSA (third from left) was awarded the prestigious Daniel D. Tompkins Medal on Tuesday, May 31, 2022 at the Valley of Nashua's stated meeting at the Nashua Masonic Temple.
This Medal is conferred upon a deserving Masonic or Scottish Rite Brother who has rendered outstanding distinguished and exemplary service to his country or the Masonic fraternity.
Brother Roger is the second recipient of this award in New Hampshire. Congratulations Brother Roger!
Brother Daniel D. Tompkins, first Sovereign Grand Commander of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (1813 until 1825) served as Vice President under President James Monroe? He was also the fourth governor of New York from 1807 to 1817.
As Scottish Rite Freemasons, we know that our journey towards more light is never-ending. The Supreme Council offers a variety of educational resources to help members continue their journey through the Craft, such as the Hauts Grades Academy, blogs on Masonic symbolism, virtual programming like Thursday Night at the Rite, and our newest offering Pathfinder: The Journey of a Lifetime.
To learn more about the Masonic educational resources available to you as a member, read our blog: https://lnkd.in/e2x8vZm3
RUN TO READ 5K!
Hosted by: The Children's Dyslexia Centers - Seacoast Learning Center
May 21, 2022 in Rochester. Flyer is attached below and you can register online here.
To learn more, please contact the Learning Center at:
Sponsorships are also available.
Thurs., April 28, 2022
Brothers, join us this evening as we explore the 16°, Prince of Jerusalem, which focuses on our Scottish Rite Core Value of Reverence for God, exemplified by our Brothers from the Valley of Providence.
To tune in, visit TNR.SRNMJ.org and click on the "Login" link in the upper right-hand corner. Your login information is your Member Number and the password you created.
The broadcast is offered to members only. Passport credit is awarded.
***Your Vision for a Better Future Matters***
The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library is excited to give our members access to the premier leadership event of 2022--The Global Leadership Summit.
Why should I attend?
You and those around you are facing burnout, broken relationships, a divided culture, seemingly endless conflicts, emotionally exhausted teams, and an undefined path ahead. The future is waiting for your vision, your ideas, your action, and your leadership. The future is listening. The future is now. Discover how to voice your vision for a better future.
Join hundreds of thousands of curious, growth-minded, change-driven individuals like you Thursday, August 4th 9:30 am - 5:45 pm (ET) and Friday, August 5th 9:30 am - 4 pm (ET).
You can attend the simulcast in-person in Lexington in the Maxwell Auditorium at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library or gather your friends for a micro-gathering and tune in online to experience two days of rich, high-impact, inspiring sessions. Learn from a diverse faculty who will share their wisdom and practical perspective to support you in your leadership growth. The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library is at 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA 02421
Log into the Supreme Council Member Center to get your priority discount code at https://scottishritenmj.org/login.
NH Consistory conferred the 32nd Degree at its April 23 Reunion held in the auditorium of the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library. Pictured left to right: David S Collins, Most Worshipful Grand Master of NH; Kenneth A Clay, Jr, Deputy for NH; new 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Masons Bryan Foose, Timothy R Marotte, Corey M Gee, Nicholas L Lang, Ryan Taylor Beaton, Charles B Norwood, David D Walz II, Anthony Charles Vittorioso Jr; Gary E Roy, Commander-in-Chief; Donald L Mendzela, 1st Lt Commander; Jerome T Becker, 2nd Lt Commander; David A Rich, Orator
Another fond memory to post here for your enjoyment.
How many faces and names can you recall?
Don't forget! The 155th Spring Reunion will be held this Saturday (April 23) at Supreme Council Headquarters in Lexington, MA. The 32° will be exemplified along with a buffet luncheon, ice cream social, as well as a tour of the Museum and Library. If you would like to attend and need to make arrangements, please call the Office at 603-882-4931.
In the days leading up to our 2022 Spring Reunion, I'll post some "oldies but goodies" memories around these pages.
This news article outlines the 120th Fast Day celebration in 1984 (April 23?). How many names do you recognize?
FYI 2022 is the 155th Spring Reunion.
New Hampshire Scottish Rite