2018 Golf Tournament Sponsors


2018 Sponsors

All About You Salon & Day Spa
Ashler Masonic Lodge #373
ASU (Gina Harwood, Reich College of Education)
ASU (Jenny Ward, Beaver College of Health Sciences)
ASU Clinic (Sujata Paudel)
Charlotte Scottish Rite Bodies (DC Heilman, Sec.)
Chick-Fil-A (David Grix)
Collegiate Shop (Lisa Bugg)
Fidelity Bank (Helen Ford)
Golden Wok
Kernersville Masonic Lodge #669
Koco Java Coffee & Roastery
Low Price Mart & Grill (Matthew Pidakala)
NC Community Foundation (Michael May 33°)
Phoenix Motors (Howard Harvey)
Pilot Masonic Lodge #493
Ridge Care (Beka Ausley)
Smiles By Design (Amy-Jo Fischer)
Subway (Andy Strand)
Tilley Harley-Davidson (Melissa Curlee)
Walnut Cove Masonic Lodge #629
WhiteStone (Mark Lewis – Executive Director)
Winston-Salem Knights of Saint Andrew



2018 Sponsors Jack Hauser 32°
Bobby Adams 33° Ernest Hodges 32°
Tommy Allen 32° KCCH David Johnson 32°
Jason Anderson 32° George Kalamaras  33°
Ray Ashby 33° Lori Kincannon
Bob Blair 32° Bobby Knight 32°
Jerry Brown 32° Dale Liner 32°
Dr. William Brunk 33° Terry McClannon (ASU)
Theodore Carlton 32° KCCH Gary McCullough (ASU)
Bill Carter 32° KCCH Joel Moody 32°
Douglas Caudle 33° Vance Pascal 33°
C. Truett Chadwick 33° Chris Pearman 32° KCCH
David Crook 32° Steve Pendergrass 33°
Lacey Curry Fred Plummer 32°
Gail Donaldson Richard Ramos (GSO Ortho)
Alex Edmisten 32° John Reimers
Thomas Eller 33° Tom Robinson (ECU)
Martin Fischer 33° Cliff Schmidt
Michael Fischer 32° KCCH Joseph Slade 32°
Jon Garing 32° Kenneth Steen 32°
Clyde George 32° Herbert Thomas 32°
Jimmie Goodnight 32° Horace Lee Vanhoy 32°
Tom Gregory 33° Bill Wallin 32°
Thomas Hartman 33° Gerald Whitlock 32°


Rites of Summer 2018

The Summer Workshop for the Scottish Rite Orient of North Carolina is coming up quickly (next weekend), August 24-25. We hope you’ll find the time to come join us.

Below is the agenda for the event. I think you’ll agree that it will be a weekend of fun, fellowship, and learning. You’ll have a great opportunity to hear some fabulous speakers, share time with friends and family, and just have an enjoyable Scottish Rite experience.

The Valley of Winston-Salem is hosting the event, and they’ll need to know how many attendees will be present in order to arrange for enough food. Let your Valley Secretary know your plans so that he can forward them to the folks in Winston-Salem. We’re already down to the last week; so don’t wait (if you want to eat).

Come to join us and be a part of a really enjoyable Scottish Rite gathering!

The Rites of Summer: Dog Days Edition II

Scottish Rite Orient of North Carolina Summer Meeting

August 24-25, 2018

The Masonic Center of Winston-Salem

4537 Country Club Rd., Winston Salem

Merriam-Webster defines Dog Days as the hot sultry period between early July and early September, marked by a period of stagnation or inactivity caused by the heat of the season.

The Orient of North Carolina Summer Leadership Conference is an exception. You’re invited to defy the dictionary and find rejuvenation with brethren and their families from across the state. We promise refreshing presentations, cool new ideas, and no hot air.


Friday, August 24, 2018

1:00 – 1:15 PM Welcome – William B. Brunk, SGIG

1:15 – 2:00 S. Brent Morris, Editor, The Scottish Rite Journal

2:10 – 3:00 Jorge I. Franchi, CFO, the Supreme Council

3:00 – 3:30 Break

3:30 – 4:20 Stan Dodd, Membership Services, the Supreme Council

4:30 – 5:00 First Day Wrap-up – C. Speed Hallman, Grand Master

5:30 – 7:00 Dinner and Ice Cream Social for brethren and families

Entertainment by Johnny Davis

7:00 – 7:30 Entertainment, Brent Morris – Magic Show

Saturday, August 25, 2018

8:00 – 9:00 AM Breakfast Served

9:00 – 9:45 James D. Cole, Lt. Grand Commander

9:45- 10:30 Michael May, Haley Minner – Clinicians

10:30 – 11:00 Break

11:00 – 11;45 Brent Morris

11:45 – 12:15 Dee Blake, Western Region Director of Development, NC Masonic Fdn.

12:15 – 1:15 Lunch served

1:15 – 2:00 S. Brent Morris

2:00 – 2:15 Break

2:15 – 3:45 James Upchurch, Deputy, Orient of NC, Prince Hall

3:45 – 4:00 Closing Remarks – William B. Brunk, SGIG