Pennsylvania Association of High Twelve Clubs
WHAT IS HIGH TWELVE?
High Twelve is an association of Master Masons who desire an hour of Masonic fellowship independent of the formal ritual of Lodge but prescribe their service to the fraternity. High Twelve was founded by E. C. Wolcott in Sioux City, Iowa. The first club was officially chartered on May 21, 1921.
BASIC PRINCIPLES AND AIMS OF HIGH TWELVE
ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE
There are over 300 active High Twelve Clubs with 25,000 members in the United States, Canada and Foreign Countries.
The local Club is the foundation for the State and International organization. State Associations of High Twelve Clubs are composed of representatives from every chartered High Twelve Club within their jurisdiction.
High Twelve International coordinates the entire organization through an administrative office located at:
2029 WASHINGTON AVE., SUITE 105, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA 47711
PHONE: 1-812-422-9770 E-MAIL: email@example.com
THE WOLCOTT FOUNDATION
The Wolcott Foundation, Inc. is a charitable outreach of High Twelve International. It provides scholarships at the Graduate Level for those desiring to enter the fields of Government Service at theGeorge Washington University, Washington, D.C. The Wolcott Foundation is supported by dues, gifts, memorials, and bequests.
YOUTH AND HIGH TWELVE
High Twelve supports and assists the youth of the community, which often includes sponsorship, with particular emphasis on DeMolay, Rainbow for Girls, Job's Daughters, and other recognized Youth Groups. High Twelve is one of the largest sponsors of DeMolay members to Leadership Training Conferences.
AN INVITATION TO YOU
An open invitation is extended to all Master Masons to visit a High Twelve Club, whether he is a local Masonic Brother or a vistor from another state or another High Twelve Club.
OUR FAVORITE LINKS
The Pennsylvania Association of High Twelve Clubs expresses it appreciation to the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania’s Committee on Internet Services for offering to host this site, and sites for each of the High Twelve Clubs in Pennsylvania.