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.
Brothers: Though I am new to Masonry, Masonry is not new to me. I became a Master Mason at 67 years of age and my only regrets were that I didn’t do it when I was 21 and that I was not able to have my father sign my petition. My father was very prominent in his lodge...read more
I didn’t know what to expect when I joined the Valley of Dayton at the Fall Reunion of 2019. I was happy to find a welcoming community that values Ritual, Masonic Education, and lives up to its Core Values. I was raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason in 2014,...read more
Illustrious and Most Worshipful Brother Terry W. Posey, 33°, shares the following memory of Brother Crosby, whose brief Masonic biography appears below: " On October 15, 2010, I presented Comedian Norm Crosby, 33°, with the Rufus Putnam Award in the auditorium of the...read more
Is Your Personal Ledger In Balance? The Grand Lodge Charitable Foundation, an IRS-approved 501(c)3 charity, was founded in 1994 by then Grand Master, Most Worshipful Brother Thomas D. Zahler. Since then, the Grand Lodge has been able to assist over 600 Masons, widows...read more