The valley of Charlotte kicked off its 2015 season with a fun filled evening for our newest members as they were presented their 14th degree rings the wives received a rose during the ceremony. View all the photos here.
Following an outstanding meal served by Chef Roberto Mendoza, several brothers were presented with 50 year service awards. View photos from the ceremony here.
The Valley of Charlotte was host to the recent bi-annual 33rd Degree Coronation and KCCH Investiture. View the Entire Photo Gallery Here
Saturday saw the temple full of candidates and families. The morning session played host to the latest 33rd degree ceremony and the afternoon session presented over 40 new KCCH honorees their newly minted Red Hat. Click here for pictures from the event
Brothers, It has been a busy summer trying to get ready for the 2009 season for “Masons helping Children”. Jr. Continues to work on the two displays. You will see the finished product of the indoor display at Scottish Rite on Wednesday Night. Monogram Magic is making a table cover for an 8ft. table that […]
The first outing for “Masons Helping Children”, was this past week end May 16th and 17th. in Waxhaw, NC. Thanks to Jim Adams for the new signage in white with blue lettering atop the white tents. Our Board decided to take the word Charity out of our name as the word does not adequately describe […]
The Valley of Charlotte will be hosting the first joint reunion involving the Orients of North Carolina and South Carolina. At a meeting on July 19th, 2008, SGIG’s Bill Brunk and Mike Smith approved a new name for this event – it will be The Grand Cross Reunion of the Carolinas. It will be in […]
This was the 16th Annual Matthews Alive Festival, however, I think the festival has been in existence much longer than that, but under another name. I want to say it was called Stumptown Festival, but I am not sure. The Masonic Charities for Kids display was there for the first time at the invitation of […]
UPDATEThe Valley of Charlotte will be hosting the first joint reunion involving the Orients of North Carolina and South Carolina. At a meeting on July 19th, SGIG Bill Brunk and Mike Smith approved a new name for this event – it will be “The Grand Cross Reunion of the Carolinas”. It will be in honour […]