Double Eagles

Terrance M Schaffer, 32° K∴C∴C∴H∴
Chairman, Double Eagle Committee

The Minneapolis Valley has instituted a program to increase the awareness of, and communication between, the Valley and our Blue Lodges statewide. This new program has been named the “Double Eagle” program. The Double Eagles act as a bridge between the Scottish Rite and the Blue Lodges. They serve as a conduit to inform the Blue Lodges of the activities of the Scottish Rite, work on programs that will be of joint benefit to the two Masonic bodies and, very importantly, act as an informational body to assist Blue Lodge brethren in their journey into further light in Masonry.

Members appointed to serve the Valley in this capacity will be named a “Double Eagle” and take upon themselves the following obligation:

  • To act as a liaison between the Scottish Rite and the Blue Lodges
  • To assist Master Masons in advancing to the Scottish Rite
  • To assist other committees of the Scottish Rite in member retention
  • To act as a vehicle to communicate Scottish Rite events to the Blue Lodges
  • To act as an outreach contact to Blue Lodges in the outlying areas

It is hoped that with this program we can increase and retain membership and develop an effective outreach program to Lodges that have not had an active presence in the Minneapolis Valley.

LodgeDouble Eagle
Anoka Lodge No. 30Trent Gilbertson 32°
Arcana Lodge No. 187Justin Thompson, 32°
Aurora Lodge No. 100 Zac Jimenez, 32°
Braden Lodge No. 168Brian Silverrain, 32°
Cass Lodge No. 243Lee Kielblock, 33° IGH
Cataract Lodge No. 2Terry Henthorn, 33° IGH
Compass Lodge No. 265Collin Abram, 32°
Constellation Lodge No. 81Scott Giannone 32°
Corinthian Lodge No. 67Rick Vance, 32°
Excelsior Lodge No. 113Jeff Anderson, 32°
Fraternal Lodge No. 92Erech Gallitine 32°
Golden Fleece Lodge No. 89Bob Holly, 32°
Helios Lodge No. 273Roger McNear, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
Lake Harriet Lodge No. 227Paul Ericson, 32°
Lebanon Lodge No. 346Reed Bornholdt, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
Minneapolis Lodge No. 19Reed Endersbe, 32°
Minnehaha Lodge No. 165David Hartman 32°
Minn. River Valley Lodge No. 6Lew Price, 32° K∴C∴C∴H∴
Don Moy, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
Monticello Lodge No. 16* Open Currently
Mound Lodge No. 320Ryan Regnier, 32°
Nelson Lodge No. 135Ty Schmidt, 32°
Nicollet Lodge No. 54Clair N. McRostie 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
North Star Lodge No. 23John C. Pederson, 32°
NE-Winslow Lewis Lodge No. 125Mike Rudolph, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
Phoenix Lodge No. 37* Open Currently
Plymouth Lodge No. 160Brad Pohlman, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
Prudence Lodge No. 97Andy Harries, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
Red Wing Lodge No. 8Ben Manning, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.
Sherburne Lodge No. 95Matt Kahnke, 32°
Sibley Lodge No. 209MWB Tom McCarthy, 33° IGH
Sir Winston Churchill Lodge No. 351MWB John R. Gann, 33° IGH
St. Johns Lodge No. 1Bob Selden, 33° IGH
Star No. 62Shawn Hamilton, 32°
Templar Lodge No. 176Gene Michtchenko, 32°
Tuscan Lodge No. 77Norman E. Davis, 32°
Tussler-Summit Lodge No. 263Kay E. Moss, 33° IGH
Unizar Lodge No. 347* Open Currently
Waconia Lodge No. 326Levi Mathwig, 32°
Wayzata Lodge No. 205Craig Kamman, 32° K.∙.C.∙.C.∙.H.∙.