Knights of the Double Eagle

The Double Eagle Awards program recognizes the activities and work of the members of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.  The program as outlined below is developed for the exclusive membership of the Valley of Tampa.  To become an active participant receiving points in the Double Eagle Award Program, members of this Consistory need only to sign the Double Eagle Attendance Sheets when attending events and become active in the many facets of involvement within the Consistory.  Secretaries of the various Units and Bodies of the Consistory and Local Clubs, Degree Masters, and Committee Chairmen will report your attendance and participation in such activities.  Participants may receive credit for individual work and projects by keeping a dated hourly log and forwarding it to the Awards Chairman by email or as a written report posted in the Scottish Rite Office.    Points are accumulative from year to year.  It is your choice to participate.                                             

Levels of Recognition are as follows:


Qualification for Knighting

500 pointsBasic medallion with Black ribbon
1,000 pointsRed hanging bar
1,500 pointsWhite hanging bar
2,000 pointsBlue hanging bar
2,500 pointsGold hanging bar

Hanging Bars and Medallion are passed on to all the following

5,000 pointsRed medallion ribbon
7,500 pointsWhite medallion ribbon 
10,000 pointsBlue medallion ribbon
12,500 pointsRed, White & Blue Tri-color medallion ribbon
15,000 pointsRed, White and Blue medallion ribbon with a Double Headed Eagle Emblem 

Points Received for Activity and Attendance

Elected Officers (all Consistory Bodies & Scottish Rite Clubs)100
Appointed Officers (all Consistory Bodies & Scottish Rite Clubs)50
Foundation Trustee each Meeting (Appointees only)100
Standing Committee Members (all Bodies)100

Meeting Attendance (monthly):

Consistory, Executive Committee, Scottish Rite Community Clubs, (open to all members)25
Bonus for Consistory Meeting with SGIG’s Official each Visitation50

 Pre-Consistory Meeting Attendance:

Special Degree Presentations, Guards Unit, KCCH Organization, Knights of Saint Andrews, Past Masters Organization, Ceremony of Remembrance & Renewal (prior to Consistory Meeting), Tishri Observance, Youth Night, and Special Called meetings20

Special Events Attendance

Installation of Officers held at Consistory100
Ceremony of Remembrance & Renewal as a separate event, Flag Day Observance, JROTC Presenters, and Special Events including Lodge Ambassador talk on non-meeting dates25
KCCH Investiture & 33° Coronation attendance (qualified members only) & Dinner (open to all)50 ea

Volunteer Work, Growth and Retention:

Events Workers (Horse Show, Flag Day, etc.)10 per hour
Consistory Office Volunteers and Building & Grounds Workers10 per hour
Top Line Signer per new candidate100
Sponsor new Affiliation; Restore a NPD Brother75
Consistory Magazine Editor, Email and Webmasters, Jewelry Counter Sales, JROTC Awards and Special Event Chairmen are considered Standing Committees10 per hour

Points for Reunions & Degree Work

(includes Ceremony of Remembrance & Renewal, KCCH In Vesture & 33º Coronation Degree Members, and Degrees Teams exemplifying Degrees for Community Scottish Rite Club Programs)

Non-participating Reunion Attendance20 AM & 20 PM (separate sign-in) total 40 per day
Director of Work, Class Director, Assistant Class Directors, Degree Masters100
Floor, Stage, Wardrobe, Audio, Lighting Crews, Class Registration & Credentials (per hour)10
Degree Speaking Parts100
Asst. Degree Master & Non-speaking parts50
Vocalist, Musicians, each degree)25
Degree & Ceremony Practices =25 each practice
Tilers, Light & Sound Tech Committee Members20 per degree 
Degree Passport Completion (attended a conferral of all 29 Scottish Rite Degrees)500

Contact: Chas Jordan, Chairman: 727-455-7195; tampadoubleeagle@gmail.com