Indiana Grand Lodge


"The Grand Lodge of Indiana, Free and Accepted Masons is the governing body for all Freemasons in Indiana. These men hold the leadership roles in the State of Indiana. There is no national governing body for the states. The local lodge in your area is a part of the Grand Lodge of Indiana. The local lodges have leadership similar to this group that manages the operations of each local lodge. Local lodges are referred to as Symbolic Lodges or Blue Lodges." - Grand Lodge website

Scottish Rite

"The Scottish Rite is a fraternity of Freemasons that provides its members with opportunities for fellowship and personal growth while offering a wide range of activities for members and their families." - Scottich Rite website


"Our members share in the camaraderie, deep friendships and good fellowship that are all part of being a Shriner. We support the 'World’s Greatest Philanthropy.'" - Shrine website

Job's Daughters

"Job's Daughters is the premier leadership organization for young women today. Our members grow to be polite young women, while at the same time learning skills that will serve them throughout their lives. Our girls learn how to run a business meeting, parlimentary procedure, planning events, and public speaking, just to name a few." - Job's Daughters website

Eastern Star

"The Indiana Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Inc., is a Charitable, Educational and Fraternal Organization with beneficent purposes to provide for the welfare of the wives, daughters, legally adopted daughters, mothers, widows, sisters, half-sisters, granddaughters, stepmothers, stepdaughters, stepsisters, daughter-in-law, grandmothers, great-granddaughters, nieces, great nieces, mother-in-law, sisters-in law, aunts and daughters of sisters or brothers of Master Masons." - OES website