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Valley of Reading

You Belong to a County Club,
Enjoy Your Scottish Rite Membership Fully!

Every Brother who becomes a Scottish Rite Mason in the Valley of Reading is automatically a member of one of the Scottish Rite Clubs (generally referred to as “County Clubs”). The Club of which you are a member is determined by the location of your lodge or your residence. These Clubs offer you local opportunity to enjoy Scottish Rite fellowship, social activities, membership development, and general support of the Valley of Reading.


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County Clubs Description
Chester County Club Members who reside in Chester County
Good Fellowship Club Members who reside in the Pottstown, Boyertown, and Western Montgomery County areas.
Lancaster County Club Members who reside in Lancaster County
Ontelaunee Club Members who reside in Northern Berks County and are primarily members of Vaux Lodge No. 406 and Huguenot Lodge No. 377
Pagoda Club Members who reside in the greater Reading and Southern Berks County areas.
Schuylkill County Club Members who reside in Schuylkill County

Special Interest Clubs  
Golden Eagles Club Membership is open to non-Masons, for both men and women. A senior Citizens Club meets once a month for lunch, entertainment and socialization.
Hiram's Scottish Riders Membership is open to non-Masons who enjoy motorcycles. The Club supports the 32° Masonic Learning Center for Children, a tutoring program for children with dyslexia.
Model Railroading Club Membership in the Train Club is open to non-Masons. Focuses on those who enjoy model railroading.
Scottish Rite Volunteer Committee A division of the Scottish Rite Cathedral Association, members and friends coordinate ancillary services at the Cathedral and activities like; Dinner with Santa and the Easter Egg Hunt.
The Ladies Auxiliary Membership is open to Scottish Rite Masons’ wives, mothers, adult daughters, grandmothers, and widows who meet separately as the men, then come together for refreshments, programs and socializing. Their projects generously give the Valley vital time, talent and financial support.


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