Paul R. Kach Essay Contest

Enter the 2014 Scottish Rite Paul R. Kach Essay Competition to share your thoughts and ideas on the purpose and significance of “Elevating Brotherhood: What is the difference between a friend and a brother.”
Write an essay on the difference between being a friend and brother. Everyone can have a friend, but not everyone has someone who is brother. In DeMolay, we use the terms brother and brotherhood with meaning and emphasis. What does it mean to you? How does this apply to your own life and what is the value to you and others?
The Paul R. Kach Essay Competition awards $300 to each Region winner (2 winners from each of the 8 Regions) and $1,200 for the national winners (2 national winners)
For the two national winners, their combined winnings are $1,500 each!
Turn your spare time into cash… express your feelings on a thought provoking issue… use your computer skills… and walk away a winner!
The 2014 Kach Essay Theme:
“ELEVATING BROTHERHOOD: What is the difference between a friend and a brother?"
Last year, Brother Steven M. Knott, Jr. of John Eliot Chapter in Natick was a national winner.  He was presented a check by Dad Donald Moran.  Dad Moran is an active member of the Scottish Rite Supreme Council and the Deputy for Massachusetts.  Brother Steven was presented the check and is seen in the photo with the State Master Councilor, Douglas P. Rankin, III (2012-13), Dad James R. Stewart, Grand Master of Masons in Massachusetts and Dad Brian S. Noble, Executive Officer of Massachusetts.
Deadline for submission to the Massachusetts DeMolay Office is February 1, 2014.
CLICK HERE to download the rules for the competition.


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