A Special Message from the Sovereign Grand Commander

CELEBRATING THE CRAFT

May 16, 2016 at 6:00 pm -12:00 am, EDT

The House of the Temple will host the 5th annual CTC on Sat., May 16, to raise money and awareness for the Rebuilding the Temple Campaign and Orient charities.

To watch the show go to scottishrite.org anytime between 6 pm and Midnight on Saturday, May 16.

Music, comedy, celebrities, never-before-seen video content from the House of the Temple and Valleys across the country, and so much more will be included in the webcast.

Once again, the George Washington Banquet Hall at the House of the Temple will be converted into a television studio and serve as ground zero for this Masonic extravaganza. During the evening viewers will learn more about the Scottish Rite and the importance of the House of the Temple, its artifacts, museum, and library. The CTC will feature musical artists, stage performers, Masonic scholars like Ill. Bros. Arturo de Hoyos, 33°, G.C., and Brent Morris, 33°, G.C., and many others who will educate and entertain you throughout the event.

You can make a donation via phone or online. Your donation may be split between the Rebuilding the Temple Campaign and the Scottish Rite Foundation of Florida.  For donations made online or called in during the Web Event, 50% of the net proceeds will benefit the Rebuilding the Temple Campaign to restore the House of the Temple and 50% will benefit the Scottish Rite Foundation.

What can you do?:

Mark May 16th on your calendar.
Plan on watching with your Valley or at home.
Let all of your Masonic friends know about the Web Event and its importance.
Plan on making a gift to help us preserve and restore the House of the Temple and also benefit your Orient.
Donations can be made online, by text, by phone, and on Facebook. Throughout the broadcast we will give up to the minute updates.  If every member made just a $5 contribution we would hit our goal of $1 million.

 

Remember, Each Valley will receive credit for the amount of funds collected in your Valley and 50 percent of the funds collected will go to the Scottish Rite Foundation of Florida.