The Upcoming Valley activities are:
Stated Meeting at 12 Points – Wednesday, August 12,2020
2215 Garfield Ave., Terre Haute, IN 47804-300
7:30 pm / No food will be served
The above guidelines will be in effect (50 members maximum)
Diamond Pin Dinner at Shrine Hill (Country House) - Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Social Hour 6:00 pm / Dinner 7:00 pm
Must be a member or an invitee
Family Picnic at Shrine Hill (Pavilion)- Saturday, September 12, 2020
11:00 am until 2 pmFish Fry at Shrine Hill (Pavilion) - Friday, September 18, 2020
4 pm until 7 pm
Fall Convocation - Saturday, November 7, 2020
Terre Haute Temple (224 N 8th St, Terre Haute, IN 4780)
Frederick T. Bauer 33o Convocation
Start at 8:00 am with registration at 7:30
4th and 23rd on Video
16th, 17th/18th, 20th and 32nd Degrees Live
Fall Appreciation Banquet – Saturday, November 21, 2020
Idle Creek (5353 Ryanne Marie Ln,Terre Haute, IN 47802)
Social Hour at 6:00 pm with Dinner at 7:00 pm
Awards for the Past Presiding Officers since the Installation banquet was cancelled.
MSA Award presentation for Leland York and Ken Elliot since the Indiana COD was cancelled
June 11th to July 8th Necrology Report (dates as they become available to the Valley Office)
George Hanna (Humboldt Lodge #42) date of death – August 3, 2019
Arthur R. Sweeting (Twelve Points Lodge #769)– May 21, 2020
James M. McIntosh (Pine Village Lodge # 315)– June 13, 2020
Michael L Davis (Pimento Lodge # 292) - June 26, 2020
Donis R. Wilson (Sullivan Lodge #263) - June 26, 2020
Donald L. Wedel (Social Lodge #86) - June 30, 2020
2021-2022 Scholarship Post Card
Application Information for
Wabash Valley Community Foundation
Scholarships available to Members of the Valley of Terre Haute
Executive Secretary's Corner
Brothers, I hope this July finds you well. The Valley of Terre Haute is starting a Secretary’s Corner with some information I hope to be helpful in planning for our activities. I want to include the latest updates from our Valley, the Supreme Council and the Grand Lodge of Indiana. I will be adding the Deaths as they become available to the Valley of Terre Haute Office as well as upcoming dates and activities. As you are aware, we have not had a Stated Meeting since March. We will begin Stated Meetings on August 12, 2020 but they will be held at 12 Points Lodge #769 (2215 Garfield Ave., Terre Haute, IN 47804-3009) at the normal time of 7:30 pm
The following Guidance from the Indiana Deputy will be observed:
In an effort to protect our members who attend meetings and/or degree presentations, for the foreseeable future, please use the guidelines below: Using social distancing standards, the Secretary should calculate how many people to be allowed inside. Once this number is reached, all others should be turned away.
Check temperatures of all who want to enter the building before the meeting and/or degree work. Anyone running a fever should not be allowed to enter.
Everyone should be required to wear masks at all times. If they refuse, they should not be allowed to enter. (Have new masks available. Free for candidates. For purchase by others) Hand Sanitizer at the door and throughout the entire area being utilized The Secretary confirms the area (s) being used are wiped down prior to and after the meeting and/or degrees are completed.
The Secretary is to make sure all recommended guidelines are met.
These guidelines should be publicized well in advance of the event, so those planning to attend are prepared.
The Valley of Terre Haute will provide face masks at no charge to all who wants one for the Stated Meeting.
The contact form can be used to contact the Valley of Terre Haute. An Email is sent directly to the Executive office. If you know of any Lodge Degree work, Special events, fundraisers, stated meetings etc. please let us know so we can add them to the calendar above.
If you know of a brother or someone close to us who is sick, who is in need, or has passed please let us know.
If you have a new phone number, email, or regular address change let us know.
If you are a Master Mason in good standing, and wish to Join, or wish to have more information about the Scottish Rite please let us know.
Contact The Valley of Terre Haute AASR Office
“We will strive to be a fraternity that fulfills our Masonic obligation to care for our members.”
-Inspire our members by emphasizing our Core Values: Reverence for God, Devotion to Country, Integrity, Justice, Toleration and Service.
-Ensure that activities are convenient.
-Provide enjoyable programs and fraternal fellowship.
Our Core Values:
-Reverence for God
-Devotion to country