As a member of High Twelve you will
High Twelve International provides valuable
assistance to the Blue Lodges in whatever manner it is most needed. High
Twelve International is Masonry in Action in the community where each Club
holds its meetings and in the State where the several clubs are banded
together in common purpose. High Twelvians adhere strictly to Masonic Law of
High Twelve members, as Master Masons, seek
to serve civic, patriotic and humanitarian causes and institutions through
fellowship, interesting programs and projects. High Twelve International’s
clubs combine fellowship with helping others in their quality of life
pursuits, particularly young adults and youth.
Although only Master Masons can join High
Twelve, anyone is welcome at the meetings. A typical meeting is brief in its
business, full of fellowship, and includes a program usually a speaker, on a
limitless range of subjects. Some clubs have ladies at all of the meetings,
while others have ladies on special occasions.
The little red schoolhouse is passed at every
meeting of Fellowship High Twelve to raise funds for the Wolcott Foundation
Scholarship Fund. Passing the “Little Red Schoolhouse” is an important part
of most every High Twelve club meeting. As the name implies, it is a
miniature red school house with a chimney that blows no smoke, but accepts
folded contributions for the benefit of the Wolcott Foundation that awards
fellowships to US Citizens who are attending George Washington University.
- Masonic fellowship.
- Appreciate the satisfaction of promoting Masonic principals.
- The enjoyment in helping out youth, particularly DeMolay, Rainbow Girls
and Job’s Daughters.
- The satisfaction of providing funds to the Wolcott Foundation for a
graduate study program at the George Washington University to assist in
promoting good government.
- The enjoyment of the friendship of some of the finest Brothers in the
community in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere without ritual.
An open invitation is extended to all
Master Masons and their Ladies to visit a club in their area.
If you would like more information about
how to become a member or form a new club, you can select from the menu to
your right, your state/country. If you don’t see your state/country listed
please contact the International Secretary.
If you are interested in forming a new
club in a state/country not listed please contact the International
Contact our International Secretary for more information »