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A Night at the Pops: A Recap
August 22, 2016 to September 22, 2016
The musical event of the year for the Valley of Boston was a sold-out Dinner and Night at the Boston Pops. Organized by the Scottish Rite Family Life committee, 282 members and guests enjoyed a sumptuous dinner catered by The Family Crest at Grand Lodge followed by the Boston Pops at Symphony Hall.
Members and guests were whisked to and from Symphony Hall by deluxe motor coaches. They were then treated to a wonderful evening filled with music of the golden age of Broadway played by the Boston Pops. The music was complemented by several vocal solo’s sung by the fabulous Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley, celebrating the best of musical theater. The Valley of Boston members could be heard humming and singing those same tunes all the way back to Grand Lodge. It was a fun filled evening of wonderful camaraderie and friendship.
Please join us at our next event at Six Flags on August 27, 2016. We hope to see you there.
Abbott Scholarship Recipients 2016
August 26, 2016 to September 26, 2016
Giving back to communities from which we come from is one of the most important parts of being a Freemason and Scottish Rite member. Giving to the next generation is one, small but important, part of that community. This summer, the Council of Deliberation weighed applications from all across the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction for the Abbott Scholarship. We are pleased to annouce the six individuals that were selected from the Valley of Boston.
The Abbott Scholarship is available every year to members of Scottish Rite and their children. Applications become available in the fall, and it is encouraged for all those who are eligible to apply.
Congratulation to all of our worthy recipients, the Valley of Boston wishes you the best of luck for the Fall Semester.
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