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Denver Scottish Rite Service Jewel

The Double Eagle Jewel award recognizes the most active members of the Denver Scottish Rite. The following point system for workers and volunteer activities has been established for Denver Scottish Rite as approved by the Executive Committee.

Award Levels
  • Double Eagle Medal will be awarded for the first 500 points that a member earns.
  • Double Eagle Pin to affix to the medal will be awarded for each subsequent 500 points earned, with a maximum of nine pins.
  • Double Eagle Medallions on a neck riboon will be awarded to members for their first 5,000 points.
  • Larger Double Eagle Pin to affix to the neck ribbon will be awarded for each subsequent 5,000 points, with a maximum of four larger double eagle pins.

Activities and Points
All point requests must be submitted promptly to the by the Directors/Chairmen. All questions regarding the point system and requests to receive points for other activities are to be addressed to the .

Membership:Points Gold double headed eagle jewel and pins
Petition for the Degree - 1st line signer …
Petition for Reinstatement - 1st line signer …
Petition for Affiliation - 1st line signer …
…150
…100
…50
Meeting and Events:
Stated Meetings member attendance …
Stated Meetings officer attendance …
Stated Meetings Assistant Tilers …
Chairman - per Committee or Event meeting …
Member - per Committee or Event meeting …
9Health Fair volunteers …
Authorized Volunteer Work (per hour) …
Authorized Committee Work (per hour) …
…10
…20
…10
…20
…10
…30
…10
…5
Reunions:
Degree Council meeting …
Degree Rehearsal …
Music Rehearsal …
Degree Cast Member (if exemplified) …
Degree Director (if exemplified) …
Degree Communication …
Attendance (per day) …
Committee Chairman (per half day) …
Committee Workers (per half day) …
…10
…10
…10
…10
…20
…10
…10
…20
…10
Visitations:
Assigned phone call to inactive or ill member …
Visit to ill or disabled member or widow …
Transportation to meeting for ill or disabled member or widow …
Ambassador presentation to Lodge on SR activities …
Ambassador Coordinator (per written report per active Ambassador) …
Mentor Visit with New Member …
…5
…10
…10
…10

…10
…10
Rose Croix Funeral Team:
Per funeral service (plus 1 coin) … …30


Activity Clarifications
Committee meetings are considered to be events that include all committee members and would normally be one or two hours in duration for which the point program recognizes the efforts of the chairman for planning/organizing and the members for attending/participating. These meetings are not considered to be authorized committee work, which would normally occur if selected members were being trained or were supporting the committee's purpose outside of a committee meeting. The intention is that participation points are awarded either for a meeting or for authorized committee work, but not both for the same activity.

Committee members who work during Scottish Rite functions may receive points for authorized committee work in addition to points for attending. Scottish Rite functions include stated meetings, SR hosted events and reunions.

Volunteers are members who work at times not connected to Scottish Rite functions. Examples would include supplemental office workers, support for non-Scottish Rite events and KSA workday participants.

Reunions are Scottish Rite functions and involve a lot of extra effort from a lot of different workers. Half days are considered to be 4.5 hours or less. 4.5 hours to 8.5 hours are two half days. 8.5 hours to 12.5 hours are three half days. More than 12.5 hours are four half days and the Committee Chairman needs to actively recruit and train more workers. Rehearsal points are only for cast members and directors; support workers receive authorized committee hourly points. Reports for points earned during a reunion should be submitted within two weeks after that reunion.

Mentor visits with new members may be initiated by either the mentor or the new member within the first year of membership. Both mentor and new member qualify for points for each visit that is intended to promote the new member's participation.

While recognizing that members may, for non-Scottish Rite reasons, attend a non-Scottish Rite function that rents our facility, those members are only eligible for points for the time they spend actively working on Scottish Rite support committees as authorized at that event. Other Masonic groups may have their members volunteer to help, but these do not qualify as authorized committee workers.

Authorized committee work not clearly defined to be determined by the Secretary.