Members of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry,
The purpose of the Cochise Scottish Rite Club is to further the principles of Freemasonry and to aid and support the Tucson Consistory of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
Specifically, the Cochise Scottish Rite Club:
Aids in building and strengthening our degree teams in Cochise County.
Identifies and recognizes Scottish Rite Masons in Cochise County who work to make their local communities, the Scottish Rite, and Masonry as a whole better.
Provides a local venue for Scottish Rite Masons and their families to spend time together so they may both enjoy the Masonic fraternity together.
Club meetings are held at 8am on the first Saturday of January, April, July, and October, in the Camacho Dining Room of Huachuca Lodge # 53. The Meetings are open to all masons and non-masons. Family members are also encouraged to attend and enjoy in the fellowship. Meeting topics usually include upcoming Reunions, Degree Practice, Masonic Education, Guest Speakers, and Community & Masonic Events. In conjunction with the meeting, a delicious breakfast is served by the Cochise Masonic High Twelve, Club 703.
The club also carpools to the monthly Lodge of Perfection meetings held at the Tucson Scottish Rite Cathedral.