Scottish Rite Supreme Council 33rd Degree 

Northern Masonic Jurisdiction

 Headquarters Plate

This beautiful hand forged aluminum plate by "Natale" of Leesburg, Pa. was made for the Scottish Rite Supreme Council 33rd Degree Northern Masonic Jurisdiction and pictures their Headquarters Building in Lexington, Mass.  It is in wonderful condition and measures 6 inches in diameter.

The expansion of the old building took just over a year to complete, and more than tripled the original office space. The original building, a circa 1905 Colonial Revival, has retained its historical essence as the new offices have been cleverly designed around it, offering a unique combination of old and new.

The new headquarters, designed by architectural firm Earl R. Flansburgh & Associates, has two new wings attached to the original brick building, with the main entrance moved to the center of the new addition.

The first floor of the right wing houses the Children's Learning Center - the flagship for the jurisdiction's charitable dyslexic program. The center will be one of 55 being opened across the jurisdiction providing one-on-one tutoring for dyslexic students. The facility will eventually serve up to 70 dyslexic children per week. During the summer months the center will be used to train tutors.

The second floor of that wing is the location of the Commander's office, conference room and support staff.  The left wing, built behind the original building, houses the Charitable Giving department and Information Systems on the first floor, and The Northern Light offices, the Executive Secretary office and support staff, and the administrative staff of the Learning Centers on the second floor.




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