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 September 28th at Van Buren Lodge #6 (18 Fayetteville Rd, Van Buren, AR 72956).

 

The valley will celebrate the Feast of Tishri during the dinner and this event would be a great time to bring a guest that may be interested in the Scottish Rite.  These events introduce people to the Scottish Rite and the brotherly love that can be found at the Valley of Fayetteville!  The meal for the evening will be prepared by Red Leg BBQ and Fast Hand BBQ Co., both of which are local businesses and reported to be quiet good!  Please RSVP via the RSVP FORM HERE

 

 

We hope to see everyone there this month.  The Fall Reunion is scheduled for October 8th in Fayetteville and more information will follow shortly!

 

Brethren, the Valley of Fayetteville will be holding a stated meeting on 24 August.  Make plans to come join us for dinner, education and a night of fellowship with your brethren.  I have it on good authority that dinner will be chicken fried steak, mash potatoes, gravy, green peas (not beans), crescent rolls and a dessert.  After dinner, during the educational part of our meeting, Brother Barry Glenn 32° K.C.C.H will be continuing his series on the life and history of Albert Pike.

If you are a master mason and would like to further your knowledge of our ancient and honorable craft, come join us for dinner!  I am certain you will be able to submit a petition and be welcome to the fall class of Scottish Rite Masons at the Valley of Fayetteville fall reunion, 8 October 2022!

Brethren, the Valley of Fayetteville monthly stated meeting will be held on the 27th of July.  The Valley will be hosting a SPECIAL EVENT: A Night of Reflection!  Brothers Sumner Brashears, 33°, and Kevin Hatfield, 33° will be regaling our valley with their shared and individual stories, thoughts and musings on lives dedicated to our humble pursuit of masonry.  ALL MASTER MASONS are invited to attend!!

We humbly request that you RSVP online, if you plan to have diner with us.  RSVP can be easily submitted by clicking HERE and completing the short form.    Dinner will consist of Salad, Ham, Country Style Green Beans, Glazed Baby Carrots, Rolls and Cake for Dessert (if you finished your meal!).  If you are a Master Mason in good standing, we invite you to join us for the evening.  In addition to a good meal, you might decide the Scottish Rite is a good fit to further your masonic journey!  We look forward to seeing you there!