Valley of Traverse City

ANCIENT ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE

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Valley of Traverse City, A.A.S.R.
13360 W. West Bay Shores Rd.
​Traverse City, MI 49684

Valley President - Keith L. Wright
keith@wrightinsurancegroup.com
(231) 715-0191

Valley Secretary - John T. Sees
​johntsees@att.net

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Spring Reunion

April 27, 2019

Schedule for the day is as follows:
  8:30AM - Coffee and donuts
  9:00AM - Registration
  9:30AM - Valley opening followed by

Membership meeting. All Members to be present
10:45AM - 4th Degree
11:30AM - 12th Degree
12:15PM - Lunch with guest speaker, Al Byrant. Topic - "Masonic History"
 1:15PM - Remarks and Valley Closing

Please RSVP to 
Secretary, John T. Sees
johntsees@att.net
231-715-6948



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Grand Almoner's Fund Makes Service Dog Possible in Valley of Steubenville

Presenting a check from the Grand Almoner's Fund to Victoria Duhamel for a service dog is Valley Secretary, Wayne Fulmer 32° (l), and Deputy's Representative, Edsel Emery, 33° (r).

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The Valley of Traverse City is very excited that you are considering the extension of your Masonic journey. We stand ready to assist you in any way .......

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Reverence for God - Devotion to Country - Integrity - Justice - Toleration - Service

OUR MISSION

To inspire our members by emphasizing our core values:

Reverence for God - Devotion to Country - Integrity - Justice - Toleration - Service

Ensure that activities are convenient. Provide enjoyable programs and ........

"We made a huge difference in a life last night." -- Edsel Emery, 33°, Deputy's Representative, Valley of Steubenville

Victoria Duhamel of Steubenville, Ohio was given much more than she had expected when she reached out to Scottish Rite to asking for help to get a service dog.

She has rare, progressive lung disease LAM – lymphangioleiomyomatosis. Now, the nine pound oxygen tank Vicki carries on her back that allows her to breathe will be a weight lifted off her shoulders—literally—with the help of a check from the Grand Almoner's Fund that is making a service dog possible. 

Said Deputy Representative of Steubenville Edsel Emery, "The check we are able to offer is substantial, and it was very much beyond what I thought we could do here at the Valley. We have the Grand Almoner's Fund to thank for that. It was, for me, one of the most memorable moments in my Masonic journey”

You can read Vicki's full story and how Grand Almoner's helped by visiting our blog. Click on the image above to view the local news coverage. 

You can click here or use the button below to donate to the Grand Almoner's Fund and help make a difference in the lives of people like Vicki. Thank you! 

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