Fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth.

A fraternity is more than a group of people sharing a common interest.

Our Fraternity

We are indeed a band of brothers! We learn from each other and we enjoy each other's company. Our brothers make us better men!

Bro. Keith Peterson, 32°, KSA and
Dr. C. James Graham, S.G.I.G.

Above, Bro. Graham presents Valley Venerable Master Patrick C. Carr, 32°, KCCH with his Master Craftsmen III award. Right, Bro. Monroe Robinson, 33° is presented with his 25 year award. L to R: Mitch Hensley, Orient Secretary, C. James, Graham, S.G.I.G, Patrick C. Carr, V:.M:., Monroe Robinson, and Jarrod Adkisson, Personal Rep. of the S.G.I.G.

Clint Chastain, 32°, KSA presents the Scottish Rite Medal and Ribbon to ROTC Cadet Daniel Hendrix at the spring awards presentation at the University of Arkansas on April 28, 2016.

New Master of the Royal Secret, Bro. Brett Pansano, 32°, receives his cap during the 197th Reunion in April, 2015.

Dr. George Stone, 32°, KSA, Valley Director of Education, is introduced during a recent reunion luncheon for his efforts in providing quality educational programs for the Valley at our Stated Communications.

Fellowship in Action

Whether we are increasing our knowledge of our great fraternity with each other, or working the registration desk, or setting the dining room tables, we enjoy being with each other. If you are not a part of it, come join us. You will be glad that you did.

Bros. Ralph Boen, KSA, Keith J. L. Todd, Eric Paslick, KCCH and Jerry Foreman, KCCH sizing up the altar before the conferral of the 4th°.

What would a reunion be without great food and fellowship!

Illus. Bro. Jarrod Adkisson and Bro. Clint Chastain begin an early morning day at the reunion by cooking breakfast for the Brothers.

Bro. Aaron South, 33°, is introducted along with the other Valley Officers at our Fall, 2015 Reunion.