Who are Scottish Rite Masons...

The Scottish Rite is an appendant body of Freemasonry in which a Master Mason may proceed after he has completed the degrees conferred in Blue Lodge. The Scottish Rite confers 29 degrees. The 33 degree is an honorary degree that is conferred by the Supreme Council for outstanding work in the community or Rite.

When we meet...

Our Valley meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month with the exception of June, July and August, at the Masonic Center at 521 North Street in Tumwater Washington, and have a program either at dinner or just prior to our meeting. Ladies are invited to all dinners. We invite all sojourners to visit and enjoy good Brotherhood. we have a dinner at 6:30 with the meeting to follow at 7:30 PM.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012


I would like to thank all of our guests and especially our Sovereign Grand Inspector General William R. "Bill" Miller for attending tonight's installation of Officers for the Olympia Valley 2012.

I would like to extend congratulations to Bro. Gary Norton 32° KCCH our newly appointed Secretary and Bro. John Kime 32° our newly appointed Treasurer both of who have extremely large shoes to fill and will no doubt serve our Valley well. Be sure to congratulate them the next time you see them.

I would like to thank the Installing Officer Illustrious Brother Donald R. White 33°, Master of Ceremonies Brother Rod Mason 32° KCCH, Installing Secretary Illustrious Brother Skip Sanford 33° and Prelate Illustrious Brother John Woodall, 33°, for a wonderful installation ceremony.

Of course there are thanks for the wonderful meal provide and served by the Daughters of Bethel #51, it was enjoyed by all, you did a great job.

Lastly I would like to extend my gratitude on behalf of the Brethren of the Olympia Valley to Illustrious Brother Skip Sanford 33° and Illustrious Brother Ray Drummond 33° for their many tireless years of service.

I look forward to seeing you all at our next meeting February 8, Wednesday 2012 - 6:30 PM Dinner Lodge of Perfection - 4th Degree.


Edward Woods, 32
° K.C.C.H.

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