Knights of the Double Eagle

POINTS EARNED DURING 2012

 

 

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Introductio Of The Sovereign Grand Inspector General In Florida

Ill. Dale I. Goehrig, 33

 


Knighting Of The Double Eagle
And
Presentation Of Awards
By
Ill. Dale I. Goehrig



 

 

BASIC MEDALLION

 


 

  RED BAR

 


 

           WHITE BAR

     

 


 

                                                  BLUE   BAR

                                       

 


 

 GOLD BAR

 


 

RED, WHITE & BLUE RIBBONS

 


 

 GOLD HANGING BAR

 

 


 

KNIGHT OF THE DOUBLE EAGLE

 



 

CLOSING REMARKS BY

ILL. DALE I. GOEHRIG

 

 



 

The purpose of the Knight of the Double Eagle Award is to recognize members of the Valley who are active and participate in Scottish Rite activities. All members of the Valley of Jacksonville are eligible to become a Knight of the Double Eagle by becoming involved in the events and activities conducted and sponsored by the Valley.

AWARD PROGRAM AND GUIDELINES

The points and guidelines for attaining points are outlined as follows:

EVENTS:  Attend or participate in various events, i.e., Ceremony of Remembrance and Renewal, official visit of the S.G.I.G., Reunions, Knights of Saint Andrew, work on special events associated with the Center, attend/work KCCH Investiture or 33 Coronation and other events as authorized by the Executive Committee.

MEMBERSHIP:  Top line signer on a petition/affiliation; restoration of an old member.

SERVICE:  Serve as an elected officer, appointed officer, chairman of a committee, work on a committee, participate in a called work party, degree participation and other activities as authorized by the Executive Committee.

EXTENDED SERVICES:  After a recipient of the Knight Of The Double Eagle Award has received all the continuous service bars (red, white, blue, and gold), they will be eligible for extended service recognition as follows:

500 points .... Basic medallion with ribbon
  1,000 points .... Red hanging bar
  1,500 points .... White hanging bar
  2,000 points .... Blue hanging bar
  2,500 points .... Gold hanging bar
  5,000 points .... the medallion ribbon changed to Red
  7,500 points .... the medallion ribbon changed to White
10,000 points .... the medallion ribbon changed to Blue
15,000 points .... a Gold double-headed eagle pin to be attached on the
            ribbon above the medallion
20,000 points .... Red, White and Blue Ribbon end of awards

 

GENERAL GUIDELINES:

Points for the award are accumulated on a calendar year basis and the cut-off is December

31st each year. The award will normally be presented the following February. Chairmen must have all event point forms turned no later than December 31st, do not hold the forms until the end of the year turn them in after each event. Names for points in qualifying events received after that date would be applied to the next year. Points roll over from year to year until the final goal is reached.

It is the responsibility of each chairman or event leader to insure that the names of participants are forwarded so they can be certified. It is the responsibility of each participant to be sure to sign the sign-in sheet in a legible manner for each qualifying event, at the time the event takes place.

Points will be posted on the bulletin board outside of the Lodge Room before each meeting.

Effective date of these guidelines, January1 thru December 31 of each year.

 

 


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