Thursday, September 10, at 6:30 pm ET: The Scottish Rite will be celebrating the Feast of Tishri. The Feast of Tishri (or Feast of Succoth) is a symbol of freedom. Some 450 years after its origin, the Feast of Tishri was utilized in dedicating the newly completed Temple built by King Solomon, and this association led to its adoption by Scottish Rite Masonry to symbolize our dedication to brotherly love and human accord in a peaceful world.
All Master Masons are invited to join us. The cost of this meal is $8.00. If you are able to attend, please call the office to make reservations. We have an outstanding evening planned and hope that you can join us. This will also be a promotional night - Master Masons interested in joining the Scottish Rite will receive their meals free.
Thursday, November 12, at 6:30 pm ET: PGM K. I. Wright will be in Chattanooga at the Scottish Rite to confer the Yellow Dog degree. The Yellow Dog degree is a fun side degree that cost $5.00 to receive. All the proceeds go to the Widows and Orphans - Grand Lodge of Tennessee (aka Masonic Benevolence Fund). Coinciding with the Annual Chili Cook-Off, the meal will cost of $5.00, bringing the total cost of the event to $10.00. All newly raised Master Masons, as well as all Master Masons who have not received this degree, are invited. We would like to pack the house and make this a fun night of fellowship. If you are able to attend, please call the Scottish Rite office at (423) 855-0175 and make reservations. Be sure to let the office know that your reservation is for the November event.