Fraternity, Education & Community

The Scottish Rite in Dayton provides inspiration for our members through meaningful programs and degrees, accessible opportunities for our members to enhance their lives, and enjoyable programs & fellowship activities for our members.

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HISTORY

Information about the history of the Scottish Rite, Freemasonry and the Valley of Dayton AASR, the Supreme Council and detail on each of the 33 Degrees. Learn More

MEMBERSHIP

Learn more about membership, pay your dues, update your contact information, submit a sick & distressed report or get involved! Learn More

ORGANIZATION

Over the years there have been many misconceptions learn more about the 33 Degree Masons, current and past members and teams. Learn more.

PROGRAMS

Since 1934, Scottish Rite in the Northern Jurisdiction has directed, financed & sponsored scholarships, funds and foundations. Learn more.

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Speakers Bureau Topics

Topics: (Speakers are listed below each topic)   300 Years of Innovation in Masonry Clark, Randy ACA Compliance, Reporting Francis, Fred Air Force Museum Dodson, Henry Bee Keeping Wayne Siebert Benjamin Franklin Portrayal Wooton, Duane Brotherly Love...

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Your Scottish Rite Choir

A Brief History of the Choir A search of the earliest records of the Valley of Dayton suggests that the choir was formed in 1887, seven years after the Lodge of Perfection, Council of Princes of Jerusalem, and Chapter of Rose Croix were instituted in Dayton. This time...

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Organ Donors Save Lives

The Valley of Dayton has long supported the organ donation program. WB Henry Dodson, a long-term heart transplant survivor, has been the major organ donor proponent in our Valley. More information can be found on this link:...

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Worshipful Masters Recognition Night

More than fifty Worshipful Masters from the Valley of Dayton region were honored at a Worshipful Masters Recognition program on January 21st.  The Worshipful Masters Recognition is an annual event in the Valley of Dayton and is the largest concurrence of...

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