News & Events

Fall Reunion October 28, 2023

November 15,2023:

Scottish Rite Honors and Learning Center Recognition Dinner was held Nov 15th 2023.  Teachers, Donors, and staff were recognized.  Former Texas House Speaker Pete Laney was presented the Grand Cross Award.  Ernie Gandy received his 33 degree IGH.  Rolan Pirtle received his KCCH.  Lamar Hays was also recognized for his KCCH though not present.  Robert Bellah and Rick Prichard were presented with 50 year membership caps.  Doug Maxey, Steve Cross, and Larry Massingill were recognized for their long time committment to the Lubbock Scottish Rite.  A good time was had by all present and the food was outstanding.

Olive Hester

Personal Representative Steve Cross

SGIG Michael Wiggins

Brother Pete Laney, former Texas Speaker of the House

Sue Rodgers Retirement Party 4/24/2024

Robert Bellah receiving his 50 year membership pin

Doug Maxey presenting 50 yr cap to Bro Campbell<br />

Doug Maxey presented Brother Campbell with is 50 year cap 

Brother Campbell’s family attended his celebration

David’s Monthly Newsletter

The Spring Reunion was rescheduled to June 8th. If you know of any masons that would like to become a member of the Scottish Rite, please let me know by calling the numbers below.

2024 Spring Reunion (148th Class)

Saturday June 8th, 2024

“Terminal Degrees”

Reunion Director – Joseph Ghandour

Saturday 6/8/2024

10:00am Opening Ceremonies

10:15am 4th Degree – Secret Master

10:45am 14th Degree – Perfect Elu

11:30am 18th Degree – Knight Rose Croix

12:15pm Lunch

1:15pm Memorial Service

1:30pm Learning Center Presentation

2:00pm 30th Degree – Knight Kadosh

3:00pm Break

3:15pm 32nd Degree – Master of the Royal Secret

4:15pm Closing Ceremonies


David J Mead

General Secretary, Lubbock Scottish Rite Bodies

1101-70th st. Lubbock, Tx. 79412

Office: 806-747-3269 Cell: 806-786-5558

Brother Eddie Harris delivered invocation graduation 5/2024

Chris Felton welcoming  graduates and families

SR instructors presented diplomas to other teachers and students

Lubbock High Jr Naval Honors Guard presented the colors