Apr
26
4:30 pm16:30

Munroe-Meyer Institute Community Lecture

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Join us on Wednesday, April 26 for the Munroe-Meyer Institute Community lecture with guest Mark T. Wallace, PhD, Dean of Graduate Studies at Vanderbilt University and Professor of Psychology and Hearing & Speech Sciences. The lecture begins at 5:00 pm, with cocktails and refreshments at 4:30 pm.

There is no cost to attend and RSVPs are not required.

We gain a faster and more accurate perception of the world when we use information from multiple senses, and this process is a critical for the functional development of the brain. Without appropriate integration and segregation of sensory cues, the world becomes the blooming and buzzing confusion. Up to 90 percent of individuals with autism tend to integrate auditory and visual information over longer windows of time. They may be either insensitive or oversensitive to sensory stimuli. They may also be ‘sensory seeking,’ stimulating their senses through repetitive behaviors such as twirling or hand flapping. Importantly, brain regions underlying multisensory processing are highly malleable, and multisensory training proved to be highly effective in changing temporal perception. Dr. Wallace’s studies of multisensory integration training in individuals with autism focuses on changing the perception of the outside world and provide a foundation for new strategies for autism treatments.

Apr
27
Apr 29

Scottish Rite Spring Reunion

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center
25° Degree team hosted by North Bend Lodge #119

25° Degree team hosted by North Bend Lodge #119

All Master Masons are welcome to join the Scottish Rite in the Spring Reunion. The Scottish Rite offers additional opportunities for leadership, brotherhood, activities and events, as well as further light in Masonry.

The Reunion begins on Thursday, April 28 with Orientation and two degrees. On Friday, the evening continues with a light dinner and several degrees, concluding all day Saturday with breakfast and the remainder of the degrees. The full schedule will be posted shortly. You can see the Spring Reunion schedule here.

Petitions are available at the Scottish Rite office or from any Scottish Rite officer. The cost to petition the Scottish Rite is $250, which includes current year's dues, the Master Craftsman program, a DVD about the RiteCare Speech and Language Clinics, a subscription to the Scottish Rite Journal, a banquet for all 2017 candidates in November after the Fall Reunion, and a unique brotherhood with 290,000 Scottish Rite Masons in the United States. Click here for petition information.

 

May
6
5:00 pm17:00

Kentucky Derby party

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Cheer your favorite horse to victory in the Scottish Rite's Kentucky Derby party, while you enjoy hors d'oeuvres, sandwiches, mint juleps, contest and games, and southern hospitality.

The Scottish Rite will be hosting a Kentucky Derby party on Saturday, May 6, 2017, beginning at 5:00 p.m. The race will be aired outside on the patio (weather permitting), and you can enjoy great cocktails, excellent food, contest and prizes, and the sport of kings - the Kentucky Derby!

Kentucky Derby hats and dress are optional, but prizes will be awarded to the best Kentucky Derby hat!

Cost is $20/person, and the Kentucky Derby party is open to all Scottish Rite Masons, their ladies and families, and guests.

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May
10
6:00 pm18:00
May

Informational Meeting about Social Security Benefit Options

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Are you planning to take early retirement? Or do you want to continue working until - or beyond - full retirement age?

Whatever your plans, this meeting will help you make informed decisions about your Social Security benefit options and how much money you may need from toher sources to supplement your retirement income. You'll also find out about variable annuities, a retirement income strategy which provides a steady stream of income that can help bridge any gaps. Topics include:

  • Maximizing Social Security income for you and your spouse
  • Understanding the impact and potential costs of starting Social Security benefits before your full retirement age.
  • Strategies to help reduce taxation of Social Security benefits.

This program is offered at no cost, but space is limited. Please RSVP by e-mailing Andrew H. Muska at Andrew.Muska@edwardjones.com or call him at (402) 896-8696. Dinner will be served.

Guest Speaker:

Jo Foglesong, CFP
Regional Vice-President
Prudential Annuities

Hosted By:

Andrew J. Muska
Financial Advisor
Edward Jones Investments

May
13
9:00 am09:00
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Knights of St. Andrew Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

The Knights of St. Andrew hold the monthly meeting on second Saturdays at the Scottish Rite, beginning at 9:00 a.m. All current KSA members are welcome.

May
15
5:00 pm17:00

Scottish Rite Dinner and Lodge Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Join us on Monday, May 15th for the Lodge Dinner and meeting. We will have social time in the lounge, beginning at 5:00. At 5:15, Ron Stites, 33° will speak on Masonry and Patriotism in the Middle Chamber, with time for questions and discussion. Afterward, enjoy one of the most popular dinners each year - excellent feather bones and baked beans prepared by our own Culinary Masters!

A Lodge meeting will follow upstairs in the Lodge room.

All Scottish Rite Masons, their ladies, and guests are welcome. Dinner is $12/person when registered online by Thursday, May 11 by 3:00 p.m., or $15 thereafter. Babysitting is available for $5/child. Please make your reservations in advance so we can guarantee enough food is prepared for everyone.

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May
16
6:00 pm18:00

Broadway Series: Something Rotten!

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Something Rotten! is a musical comedy set in 1595. The story follows the Bottom brothers who struggle to find success as they compete against their contemporary, William Shakespeare.

The evening begins 2 hours before the performance at the Orpheum Theater, with hors d'oeuvres and cocktails at the Scottish Rite. A bus will take you to the venue and bring you back to the Scottish Rite afterward. Parking will be available in the garage through the 20th Street alley entrance.

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May
17
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

May
17
4:30 pm16:30

Scottish Rite Spring Outing

  • Papillion Gun Club

Enjoy fun and fellowship at the Scottish Rite Spring Outing at the Papillion Gun Club (16712 S 87th Street, Papillion, NE). Enjoy trap shooting, freshly grilled steaks, baked potatoes, salads, and sides. Smoke cigars and have a beer with Scottish Rite Masons. This is a great evening to bring a prospective Mason and introduce him to members.

Click here for a map to the Papillion Gun Club.

Gates open at 4:30. Dinner will be served 5:30. This is a men-only stag event.

May
20
May 21

Celebrating the Craft

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center
Click the above image to download a PDF flier of the Celebrating the Craft fundraiser.

Click the above image to download a PDF flier of the Celebrating the Craft fundraiser.

Each year, the Omaha Scottish Rite participates in Celebrating the Craft, an online telethon which raises money for our RiteCare Speech and Language Clinics and the House of the Temple Preservation Foundation. The House of the Temple, the Scottish Rite's governing body based in Washington, D.C., is on an ambitious program to renovate their world-reknown century-old headquarters to include state-of-the-art museum and meeting space, which tell the story of America's Freemasons going back to Colonial times.

This year, we are hosting a family-friendly RiteCare event beginning at 3:30, with the Cat in the Hat videos and stories for RiteCare kids and families. At 5:30, we will have a pasta dinner open to members, RiteCare families, guests and friends and air the "Celebrating the Craft" web-a-thon from the Scottish Rite House of the Temple in Washington, DC. There is no cost There is no cost other than a goodwill offering, with all proceeds supporting RiteCare Clinics.

Babysitting will be available from 5:30 to 7:30, hosted by the Job's Daughters. Please call the office at (402) 342-1300 to let them know you will require the babysitters.

More details will be posted as they become available, so please check back! You can also tune in and watch from any computer or smart device by visiting www.scottishrite.org on May 20th.

Jun
4
10:30 am10:30

WalkRite for RiteCare

  • Lake Zorinsky Picnic Pavilion

WalkRite for RiteCare is an annual family friendly fun-walk, raising money for the UNMC Munroe-Meyer Institute's RiteCare Speech & Language Clinic. Come out to Lake Zorinsky for a 10:30 walk on Sunday, June 4, meet clowns from Tangier Shrine, and enjoy hamburgers and hotdogs prepared by the Culinary Masters. Walk as far (or as little) as you like!

All donations are tax-deductible. There is no fee to walk, but for each $100 raised or donated, participants receive a WalkRite t-shirt. For $250, participants receive a WalkRite t-shirt and water bottle. For $500, receive a WalkRite t-shirt, water bottle, and tote bag. (While supplies last).

The Walk is at Lake Zorinsky (156th and F) at Picnic Pavilion #5. For more information, visit http://walkrite.kintera.org/omaha2016 or e-mail micah@SRNE.org.

Jun
10
9:00 am09:00

Knights of St. Andrew Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

The Knights of St. Andrew hold the monthly meeting on second Saturdays at the Scottish Rite, beginning at 9:00 a.m. All current KSA members are welcome.

Jun
19
5:30 pm17:30

June Scottish Rite CWS tailgate party

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Click above to download a PDF flier for the CWS tailgate party.

Click above to download a PDF flier for the CWS tailgate party.

Join us on Monday, June 19th for a College World Series tailgate party. The Culinary Masters are preparing chicken sliders and brats, and the game will be on the big screen TV. There will be no program or Lodge meeting afterward.

All Scottish Rite Masons, their ladies, and guests are welcome. Dinner is $12/person when registered online by 3 pm on Thursday June 15th, , or $15 thereafter.

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Jun
21
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Jun
21
11:00 am11:00

RiteCare Classic Golf Benefit

  • Pacific Springs Golf Course

RiteCare Classic Golf Outing and Benefit

The Scottish Rite is hosting the 19th annual RiteCare Classic Golf Outing & Benefit, which supports the RiteCare Speech and Language Clinics and the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha.

Click here to download the RiteCare Classic golf flier as a PDF.

Join us for a great day of golf at Pacific Spring Golf Course. Registration begins at 11:00 with lunch, followed by a shotgun start at 12:00. The game is a Texas Scramble. There are putting contests, closest to the pin contests, a 50-50 drawing, and a hole in one to win a car from McMullen Ford.

Registration is $100/person or $400 for a foursome. Sponsorships are available as well. Click here to download golf sponsorship information. Call (402) 342-1300 or e-mail Micah Evans at micah@SRNE.org for more information.

 
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Jul
8
9:00 am09:00

Knights of St. Andrew Meeting

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The Knights of St. Andrew hold the monthly meeting on second Saturdays at the Scottish Rite, beginning at 9:00 a.m. All current KSA members are welcome.

Jul
14
6:00 pm18:00

Summer Cocktail Tasting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center
Click above image to download a PDF of the summer cocktail tasting.

Click above image to download a PDF of the summer cocktail tasting.

Join us on Friday, July 14, 2017 for a Cocktail Tasting at the Scottish Rite. Sample several exquisite handmade cocktails and enjoy light hors d'oeuvres as our own cocktail expert discusses these crafted cocktails.

The Cocktail Tasting is $50/person. 21 and older only. Parking will be available in the Scottish Rite garage west of the building. This is accessible through the alley off 20th Street (we do not have access to the upper levels off Douglas Street and can not get your car out of the upper lot, so please make certain you are entering off the 20th Street alley).

Reservations must be made by Wednesday, July 12th.

More details will be posted as the event grows closer;
please keep checking back.

 

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Jul
17
5:00 pm17:00

Scottish Rite Lodge Dinner and Meeting

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Join us for the July Lodge meeting and dinner. We will begin with social time in the lounge at 5:00, with dinner at about 6pm. There will be a Scottish Rite business meeting afterward in the Lodge room. Cost is $12 through 3 pm on Thursday, July 13th,  or $15 thereafter. Babysitting available for $5/child.

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Jul
19
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Dinner

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Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Jul
27
5:00 pm17:00

Century Club Banquet (tentative date)

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

All 2016 Century Club Donors are invited to a catered banquet to celebrate the good deeds of the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha on Thursday, July 27th, 2017. The Century Club dinner will begin with social time at 5:00, dinner at 6:00, with remarks by John Maxell, 33°, General Secretary.

There is no cost to attend other than having made your tax-deductible Century Club donation of $100 or more. Ladies are invited as well for an additional $100 tax-deductible Century Club donation. Please call the office at (402) 342-1300 to let them know you plan to attend, or e-mail Micah Evans at micah@SRNE.org if you are uncertain whether you have made your 2016 Century Club donation.

The Century Club is the backbone of fundraising for the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha. In the past year, we have raised over $10,000 from members, which supports our RiteCare philanthropies, merit and need-based UNO scholarships for tomorrow's leaders, a professorship in speech-language pathology, and donations to Omaha non-profits including the Omaha Home for Boys.

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Aug
16
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Aug
20
4:00 pm16:00

Scottish Rite Family Picnic

  • OHB Cooper Farm Picnic Pavilion
Click above to download a flier for the August picnic.

Click above to download a flier for the August picnic.

Bring the family to Cooper Farm for the annual Scottish Rite family picnic. Enjoy freshly grilled burgers and brats, sides, and make s'mores while enjoying a relaxing evening. There will be a bouncy house for the kids and raffle prizes for kids and adults.

The Scottish Rite family picnic is on Sunday, August 20th at Omaha Home for Boys Cooper Farm (8502 Mormon Bridge Rd), beginning at 4:00 pm. Open to all Scottish Rite Masons and their families. 

Reservations are $5/person. Please make your reservation in advance to guarantee enough food is prepared for everyone.

 

Click here for a PDF flier for the Scottish Rite Family picnic.

 

 
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Sep
11
10:00 am10:00

15th annual Grand Master's Golf Tournament

  • North Bend Golf Course

16th annual Masonic Charities Golf Tournament


"A Day of Golf with the Grand Master"

Monday, September 11, 2016

10:00 a.m. Registration/
11:00 a.m. Shotgun Start

North Bend Golf Course
4-person scramble
$125 per person

The tournament is open to the public. Lodges, Eastern Star Chapters and Youth Groups are encouraged to participate.

Please see the Grand Lodge website (www.GLNE.org) or call the Grand Lodge office at (402) 475-4640 for registration and participation details.
 

Sep
18
5:00 pm17:00

Scottish Rite Lodge meeting: UNO Scholarships & 50 Year Pin Presentations

  • Scottish RIte Masonic Center
"The Scottish Rite has given my dreams wings, and I will forever be grateful for that." -Tiffany, a Scottish Rite scholarship recipient.

"The Scottish Rite has given my dreams wings, and I will forever be grateful for that." -Tiffany, a Scottish Rite scholarship recipient.

Meet the Scottish Rite UNO Scholarship recipients and congratulate our 50 year members at the September Scottish Rite Lodge dinner in September. For 25 years, the Scottish Rite has awarded 13 $2,000 merit and need-based scholarships to UNO students, giving almost $700,000 in that time to tomorrow's leaders. Congratulate our 2016-2017 recipients.

We will also present 50 year pins to Scottish Rite Masons in September. Please help us congratulate these Brethren with over 50 years Scottish Rite membership.

Social hour begins at 5:00, with dinner at about 6:00. Afteward there will be a Scottish Rite business meeting in the Lodge room.

 

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Sep
20
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

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Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Sep
20
4:30 pm16:30

Scottish Rite Fall Outing

  • Papillion Gun Club
Alan Boulter, Bob Pelletier, and Carl Simmons

Alan Boulter, Bob Pelletier, and Carl Simmons

Enjoy fun and fellowship at the Scottish Rite Spring Outing at the Papillion Gun Club (16712 S 87th Street, Papillion, NE). Enjoy trap shooting, freshly grilled steaks, baked potatoes, salads, and sides. Smoke cigars and have a beer with Scottish Rite Masons. This is a great evening to bring a prospective Mason and introduce him to members.

Click here for a map to the Papillion Gun Club.

Gates open at 4:30. Dinner will be served 5:30. This is a men-only stag event.

Sep
22
8:00 am08:00

Statewide RiteCare Retreat

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center
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Join Amy Nordness, PhD, Nebraska Director of RiteCare Speech and Language Clinics and Charles V. Sederstrom, Jr., 33°, SGIG in Nebraska, for the annual RiteCare meeting. Hear from the Nebraska clinicians and learn what they've been working on this past year, our fundraising initiatives, and the state of RiteCare in Nebraska. Afterward, lunch will be served and the clinicians will continue on for continuing education.

No cost to participate, and the day is open to all Nebraska Scottish Rite Masons.

Sep
22
6:00 pm18:00

Scotch Tasting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center
Click above image to download PDF flier for the September Scotch tasting.

Click above image to download PDF flier for the September Scotch tasting.

Join us on Friday, September 22, 2017 for a Scotch Tasting at the Scottish Rite. Sample several exquisite Scotches and enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres as our own Scotch expert discusses tasting notes, regional origins, and distilling process.

The Scotch tasting is $50/person. 21 and older only. Parking will be available in the Scottish Rite garage west of the building. This is accessible through the alley off 20th Street (we do not have access to the upper levels off Douglas Street and can not get your car out of the upper lot, so please make certain you are entering off the 20th Street alley).

Reservations must be made by Wednesday, September 20th.

More details will be posted as the event grows closer, so please keep checking back

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Oct
13
5:00 pm17:00

Friends of Scottish Rite Dinner and Auction

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The Friends of Scottish Rite Dinner and Auction raises funds to support the RiteCare Speech and Language Clinics through the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha. RiteCare Clinics provide evaluations and therapy to any child in Nebraska with a speech or langauge disorder, providing them the necessary services to ensure the child a bright future as a lifelong learner. These services are offered without regard to a family's ability to pay.

Please plan to join the Scottish Rite on Friday, October 13, 2017 at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center for the Friends of Scottish Rite Dinner and Auction. Enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, a gourmet dinner, and bid on extraordinary silent and live auctions.

We will also honor an individual as the 2017 Friend of Scottish Rite award recipient. This person has made a difference in the lives of young people with intellectual disabilities in our community. Past recipients include:

  • Dr. Wayne Stuberg, Associate Director of the Munroe-Meyer Institute (2016)
  • Patty Kircher and Denise Gehringer, RiteCare Mothers and Advocates (2015)
  • Korey Stading, RiteCare Clinician (2014)
  • Dr. Del Weber, Scottish Rite Board member and UNO Chancellor (2013)
  • Hal Daub, Past Mayor, Congressman, and active Scottish Rite Mason (2012)
  • Paul Laikko, RiteCare Clinician (2011)
  • Marsha Sullivan, RiteCare Director (2010)
  • Dr. Bruce Beuhler, Past Director of the UNMC Munroe-Meyer Institute (2009)

If you can not attend, please consider a donation toward the silent or live auction. We welcome donations of goods, services, gift certificates, the use of a time share, art, or any item which we may include in the auction. Your donations are tax-deductible and help support our RiteCare children and philanthropies. Please e-mail Micah Evans at micah@SRNE.org if you have items you would like to donate in support of the Friends of Scottish Rite dinner.  You can also donate below.

Donate to Friends of Scottish Rite Dinner and Auction

 

Tickets are $100/person ($45 of each ticket is a tax-deductible donation). For information or tickets, call Micah Evans at (402) 342-1300 or e-mail micah@SRNE.org, or register online.

Oct
14
9:00 am09:00

Knights of St. Andrew Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

The Knights of St. Andrew hold the monthly meeting on second Saturdays at the Scottish Rite, beginning at 9:00 a.m. All current KSA members are welcome.

Oct
16
5:00 pm17:00

Scottish Rite Feast of Tishri and Lodge Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Join us on Monday, October 16, 2017 for the Scottish Rite dinner and Lodge meeting. We will celebrate the annual Feast of Tishri, which honors the symbolic re-dedication of King Solomon's Temple and our re-dedication of ourselves to the fraternity. The evening is hosted and led by the officers of the Chapter of Rose Croix.

Social time begins at 5:00 with dinner beginning at about 6:00. There will be a Scottish Rite business meeting afterward in the Lodge room. Cost is $12 in advance or $15 after 4 pm on Thursday, October 12th and at the door. Please reserve early so we can prepare enough dinner for everyone. Babysitting available for $5/child.

Please register online or call the office at (402) 342-1300 for registrations.

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Oct
18
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Nov
2
Nov 4

Scottish Rite Fall Reunion

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

All Master Masons are welcome to join the Scottish Rite in the Fall Reunion. The Scottish Rite offers additional opportunities for leadership, brotherhood, activities and events, as well as further llight in Masonry.

Click here for the Fall 2017 Reunion schedule.

Petitions are available at the Scottish Rite office or from any Scottish Rite officer. The cost to petition the Scottish Rite is $250, which includes current year's dues, the Master Craftsman program, a DVD about the RiteCare Speech and Language Clinics, a subscription to the Scottish Rite Journal, a banquet for all 2017 candidates this November after the Fall Reunion, and a unique brotherhood with 290,000 Scottish Rite Masons in the United States. Click here for petition information or call the Scottish Rite office at (402) 342-1300.

Scottish Rite banquet, c. 1960s

Scottish Rite banquet, c. 1960s

Remember when a Reunion was really a Reunion? Click here to read an article about Reunions. . . and your invitation to the Fall 2016 Reunion and Banquet.

The Reunion begins on Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 6:00 for registration, social time, pizza, and the 4° and 8°. We resume on Friday, November 3, 2016 at 5:30 for dinner, followed by the 9°-10°, 13°, and 14°. On Saturday, November 4, the class convenes at 6:45 a.m. for breakfast served by the Knights of St. Andrew, and continues with degrees until about 5 pm. Afterward, there will be a Fall Reunion banquet open to all Scottish Rite Masons and their ladies. There is no cost to Spring 2017 or Fall 2017 Candidates and their ladies to attend the banquet and entertainment.

Reservations for the Banquet are $50/person and include dinner and musical entertainment. Spring and Fall 2017 Candidates and their Lady are our guests. Please call the office at (402) 342-1300 for reservations.

Nov
15
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Nov
20
5:00 pm17:00

Scottish Rite Lodge Dinner and Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Join us for the November Lodge meeting and dinner. We will begin with social time in the lounge at 5:00, with dinner at about 6pm. There will be a Scottish Rite business meeting afterward in the Lodge room. Cost is $12 through 3 pm on Thursday, November 16th,  or $15 thereafter. Babysitting available for $5/child.

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Dec
9
9:00 am09:00

Knights of St. Andrew meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

The Knights of St. Andrew hold the monthly meeting on second Saturdays at the Scottish Rite, beginning at 9:00 a.m. All current KSA members are welcome.

Dec
18
5:00 pm17:00

Scottish Rite Lodge Christmas and Awards banquet

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center
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Join us for the 4th annual Christmas banquet and awards ceremony, recognizing Scottish Rite Masons who have made a difference during the year. Awards include those for Brethren who have made an impact as a mentor, the best degree team of the year, and the famous Rubber Chicken awards. Social time begins at 5:30, , followed by dinner at 6:00 prepared by the Culinary Masters. Please call the Scottish Rite Masonic Center at (402) 342-1300 to make your reservations for the dinner and meeting.

Dinner is open to members, guests, prospective members, and family. Cost is $12/person for dinner if you make reservations by Thursday, December 15th by 3 pm, or $15 thereafter. Baby sitting available. Please call the office for reservations or more information.

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Dec
20
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Jan
15
5:30 pm17:30

Scottish Rite Installation of 2018 Officers

  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

Join the Scottish Rite officers and members for the installation of 2018 Line officers, Knights of St. Andrew, Royal Order of the Duck, Cathedral Board, and Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha officers.

Dress is business for members and black tuxedo (or a dark suit) for officers. Installation is open for all Scottish Rite members and their guests. Scottish Rite officers, please be prepared to line up for pictures and installation no later than 5:30 in the Lodge room, and please remember to bring your Scottish Rite cap (or KSA glengarry). After installation in the theater, a catered dinner will be served in the dining room.

Please call the Scottish Rite office at (402) 342-1300 to make your reservations for the evening. Babysitting available. Please ask the office for details.

Open to all Scottish Rite Masons, family members, guests, and the public. No cost for officers and wives.

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Jan
20
6:00 pm18:00

Nebraska Scottish Society's Robert Burns Dinner

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Click on the above image to download a PDF flier for the Robert Burns Dinner.

Click on the above image to download a PDF flier for the Robert Burns Dinner.

The Scottish Society of Nebraska is hosting a traditional Robert Burns Dinner, celebrating Scotland's most famous poet and son. There will be bagpipes, Scottish food, and of course, freshly prepared haggis!

Tickets are $35/person for Scottish Society of Nebraska members or $40 for non-members. Please visit http://www.thescottishsocietyofnebraska.org/events to make reservations online through the Scottish Society of Nebraska or mail a check to the Scottish Society of Nebraska, P.O. Box 6044, Omaha, NE 68106-0044.

For questions, please contact Alan Boulter at the Scottish Society of Nebraska at alan@thescottishsocietyofnebraska.org.

Jan
26
6:00 pm18:00

Scotch Tasting

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Click above image to download a PDF flier for the January Scotch tasting.

Click above image to download a PDF flier for the January Scotch tasting.

Join us on Friday, January 26, 2018 for a Scotch Tasting at the Scottish Rite. Sample several exquisite Scotches and enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres, including freshly prepared haggis from Stoysich, as our own Scotch expert discusses tasting notes, regional origins, and distilling process.

The Scotch tasting is $50/person. 21 and older only. Parking will be available in the Scottish Rite garage west of the building. This is accessible through the alley off 20th Street (we do not have access to the upper levels off Douglas Street and can not get your car out of the upper lot, so please make certain you are entering off the 20th Street alley).

Reservations must be made by Wednesday, January 24, 2018.

More details will be posted as the event grows closer, so please keep checking back

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Aug
17
6:00 pm18:00

Nebraska 33° Banquet

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Nebraska's 33° Scottish Rite Masons are invited to the 2nd Inspectors General banquet. Thirty-Third Degree Scottish Rite Masons - less than 200 in the state - have achieved the highest honor in Scottish Rite Freemasonry.

This banquet is an opportunity to congratulate our 2017 33° Masons and celebrate our membership in Nebraska's best fraternal organization. Enjoy a catered dinner at Lincoln's famed Nebraska Club with remarks from Ill. Charles V. Sederstrom, Jr., 33°, Sovereign Grand Inspector General in Nebraska.

The agenda will be a 6 pm social hour (cash bar), 7 pm dinner and dessert, followed by remarks from Charles V. Sederstrom, Jr., 33°. The menu is your choice of 6 oz filet mignon or 8 oz boneless breast chicken with Tuscan roasted tomatoes, and Chef's vegetables, roll, house salad, coffee, tea, and a chocolate layer cake with mocha cream. Click here to download a copy of the invitation.

The cost is $75/person, and the banquet is only open to 33° Scottish Rite Masons and their ladies. Reservations may be made online below, or by calling the Scottish Rite office in Omaha at (402) 342-1300 for reservations.

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Apr
20
5:00 pm17:00

2017 Ethics on Trial

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5th annual Ethics on Trial

The Board Room Edition

Automation of the American Workforce

This year’s Ethics on Trial will explore the ethical dilemma of replacing traditionally human jobs with automated technology. The audience will consider the ethical dimensions (such as purpose of business, safety, dignity, efficiency, human rights, etc.) of “employing” robots or humans —a hot and relevant topic.

This year’s format will be somewhat different than years prior.  Instead of a person being on trial for a decision they already made, the backdrop will be the annual shareholder meeting of a recycling company.  As an audience member, you will function as a company shareholder, and the audience vote will decide whether to automate these traditionally human jobs.  Like in previous years, there will still be a moderated discussion after the vote.

 

Cast members will include: 

  • Ken Bird, Ed.D., President/CEO, Avenue Scholars Foundation
  • Hon. Laurie Smith Camp, Chief United States District Judge
  • Hon. Hal Daub, Partner, Husch Blackwell
  • Kate Dodge, President, NEI Global Relocation
  • Shonna Dorsey, Vice President of Tech Innovation, AIM Careerlink
  • Ernie Goss, Ph.D., MacAllister Endowed Chair in Regional Economics, Heider College of Business, Creighton University
  • Madeline Moyer, Assistant Vice President, Security National Bank
  • Amy Rodie, Ph.D., Associate Professor, College of Business Administration, UNO
  • Lacey Studnicka, Program Development Officer, Lutheran Family Services

 

Timeline for Evening:

5:00 to 6:00 PM       Appetizers and Networking
6:00 to 8:00 PM       Trial and Discussion

Scottish Rite Masonic Center
202 South 20th Street (20th and Douglas)
Omaha, Nebraska

Parking will be available in the parking garage west of the Scottish Rite. Please ONLY enter on the 20th Street alley entrance. We have no access to the upper, Douglas Street entrance and can not get cars out.

To register, click below. You will be taken to the Business Ethics Alliance registration page.

Sponsors:

Financial Vitality Sponsors

Apr
19
11:00 am11:00

Albert Pike Lodge #333 Lunch and Meeting

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Albert Pike Lodge #333 will meet for a catered lunch on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, beginning at 11:30 am, followed by a Lodge meeting.

E-mail Secretary micah@scottishriteomaha.org for more information about affiliating or joining Albert Pike Lodge #333, Omaha's only daytime Lodge.

Apr
18
6:00 pm18:00

George W. Lininger Table Lodge

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~ 2017 George W. Lininger Table Lodge ~

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DateApril 18, 2017
Time6:00 PM Social
           6:30 PM Open Table Lodge and meal served

LocationScottish Rite Masonic Center 2nd floor ballroom
Cost$30.00 per person includes a Catered Meal

Reservations required no later than:  April 11, 2017

RSVP to: Mitch Inman 515-210-1853, mitch26.2@hotmail.com

 Please Note: Attendance is limited to the first 70 reservations so be sure to make your reservation early.