within the Valley of Tucson, Orient of Arizona.

Cochise Scottish Rite Club

Members of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry,

Scottish Rite Opportunities

Master Craftsman Program

One benefit to becoming a Scottish Rite Mason is the accessibility of masonic education courses to further your understanding of the history and lessons of Freemasonry.
 

One education course, available for free to Tucson Scottish Rite Masons, is the Scottish Rite Master Craftsman (SRMC) program.

To help local Scottish Rite members complete the SRMC program, the Cochise Scottish Rite Club holds periodic group study sessions led by Ill.·. Bro. Andrew M. Anderson, Jr., 33º. If you are interested in furthering your masonic knowledge and would like to participate in this study group, please contact one of the officers on the back of this brochure.

 

Order of the Knights of the Double Eagle

The Knights of the Double Eagle Service Award Program is a means of recognizing members who actively participate in Valley programs and Scottish Rite sponsored events. All members of the Valley of Tucson are eligible to become a Knight of the Double Eagle by actively participating in the business, programs, events and activities conducted or sponsored by the Valley.

Points are awarded for participation, and upon receiving 500 points, a member is made a Knight of the Double Eagle and recieves the collar and jewel of this achievment. Additional award bars can be addded to the jewel for continued service to the Valley after recieving the initial collar and jewel.