Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.
Orient of Georgia

VALLEY OF AUGUSTA

 
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Personal Representative - Ronny D. Lanham, 33º

On behalf of the officers and members of The Scottish Rite Bodies of Augusta, I extend to you greetings and best wishes.

The Augusta Scottish Rite is the smallest of the six valleys in Georgia. Though we are smaller in size, our fraternal and civic pride equals that of our larger sister Valleys. First of all, we take great pride in the quality and nobility of our membership. We enjoy the warm fraternal atmosphere of the local Masonic community and are serious in our constant efforts to promote and nurture it. We are very proud of the Augusta community and our association with it. We are extremely fortunate as to have the Augusta National Golf Course, (The site of the Masters Golf Tournament) for a neighbor. Each year we greet countless Masons from all over the world who visit in early April for the "big game". It is the family and home which men share that make them Brothers. We are family and our home is your home. To any and all Masons who may come this way, I say WELCOME!

                  Ronny D. Lanham, 33º
                  Personal Representative

Masonic Biography

Was raised in Harlem Lodge # 276, Harlem, Ga. Oct. 1971
Served as W.M. 1975, 1977, 1993
Secretary-1976
Many years as director of work
Granted life membership
Thrice District Deputy to the Grand Master

10th Masonic District of Georgia
Worshipful Master 1983-84
Served as Treasurer for 14 years
Trial Commission member for over 20 years and has served as Defense Council since 2003
Assistance Custodian
 
Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
Received 32º, 1972
Venerable Master of Lodge of Perfection 3 years
Active in degree work as Ritual Master, 32º

Charter Grand Knight, Knights of Saint Andrew of Augusta
Chairman - Executive committee for over 30 years
Invested with Rank and Decoration of Knight Commander of the Court of Honour 1977
Coroneted 33º, 1983
Serves as Grand Chamberlain on the Orient of Georgia KCCH and 33
⁰ conferral teams
Charter Member of Scottish Rite Foundation of Ga., Inc.

Order of Eastern Star:
Frances Bell Chapter #75
Served as Worthy Patron for 3 consecutive years
District Grand Deputy 3 years

Rainbow for Girls
Grand Cross of Honor