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Sir James E. Winzinreid Provincial Grand Master

Sir James E. Winzinreid
Provincial Grand Master


The Royal Order of Scotland first came to the United States from Scotland in 1877, with Scottish Rite Grand Commander Albert Pike as the first Provincial Grand Master. Speaking of the Royal Order of Scotland, Albert Pike wrote,

“We have desired to create an association of worthy Masons and gentlemen. . . to assemble annually, not for dry discussions or for display, but for social intercourse and festive enjoyment.”

In July, 2019, the Provincial Grand Lodge chose to break from tradition of holding the Degrees in a hotel, and decided to hold them in the Valley of Omaha Scottish Rite theater. Over 80 candidates joined from across the United States, including 34 from Nebraska, receiving the Heredom of Kilwinning and Knight of the Rosy Cross of the Royal Order Degrees on July 20, 2019.

The goal of this page is to create the “social intercourse and festive enjoyment” Pike wrote about with annual events for Royal Order of Scotland members.

Our 2019 new members

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February 8, 2020 Luncheon

Click above to download a PDF of the Royal Order of Scotland luncheon invitation.

Click above to download a PDF of the Royal Order of Scotland luncheon invitation.

Join us on Saturday, February 8, 2020 after the Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Nebraska concludes for lunch at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney, Nebraska. Cost will be $25/person, and the lunch is open to all Royal Order of Scotland members, their ladies, and those interested in joining the Royal Order of Scotland.

Royal Order of Scotland Luncheon
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How to join

If you are interested in joining the Royal Order of Scotland, please contact Charles V. Sederstrom, Jr., 33° at cvs@eslaw.com.

Check back for 2020 Meeting dates and location