143 Scottish Rite Masons in Nebraska have received the Scottish Rite's highest honor, the 33° Inspector General Honorary. In an effort to thank and recognize these men for all they have done for the Scottish Rite, Nebraska hosted the first banquet to recognize them. . .
MW John Maxell represented the Grand Lodge of Nebraska at the MW Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Nebraska Annual Communication in Omaha on Friday, July 15, 2016. . .
With a heavy heart, we announce the passing of M.W. James N. DeMoss, 33°, Past Grand Master of Masons in Nebraska, on Saturday, June 25, 2016 . . .
On Saturday, June 18, members of the Valley of Omaha Valley Membreship Achievement Project (VMAP) met over a catered breakfast to discuss their goals and plans to achieve the 11 objectives of the VMAP program. . .
Several years ago, Charles V. Sederstrom, Jr., 33°, Sovereign Grand Inspector General in Nebraska, began working to improve the unity between Nebraska's RiteCare clinics. He noticed that the clinics in Hastings, Lincoln, Omaha, and the newest clinic in Kearney were operating semi-independently of one another. Thus began an annual tradition of bringing together Nebraska's RiteCare clinicians and Scottish Rite Masons. . .
On Thursday, April 21st, the Alliance and Omaha's Scottish Rite produced their 4th annual "Ethics on Trial" at the Scottish Rite theater. The multi-media production uses a mock-trial format and audience participation to explore ethical issues such as: a wrong-vs-wrong ethical choice, stem cell donation, media ethics, and, this year, a corporate code of ethics policy on employee political activity.
February is the month of love. Scottish Rite Masons demonstrated our love for our ladies with wonderful entertainment from Omaha's own Vintage Vocalist Michael Walker, who takes us back to a time when the Rat Pack ruled Las Vegas and crooning was cool. Afterward, Ian Barchus presented the DeMolay flower speech, which reminded us of the love and devotion each person should have for his lady. . .