Walker Scottish Rite Clinic

May 2018 Missouri Scottish Rite E-NEWS

We hope that you are enjoying the Missouri Scottish Rite E-NEWS!  You can read the latest issue as well as our past issues using the relevant link(s) below.

This newsletter shares information from each of our local Scottish Rite Valleys, our RiteCare Centers, the Scottish Rite Foundation of Missouri, the Masonic Youth Groups in Missouri, and other Masonic groups around our state.


Launch of the monthly Missouri Scottish Rite e-News

We are excited to announce the launch of the Missouri Scottish Rite e-News!

This dynamic monthly newsletter is dedicated to sharing the Goodness of Freemasonry – committed to inspiring Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth – and driven by the stories and experiences of each of the five great Scottish Rite Valleys of the Orient of Missouri.

You can view the current issue by visiting https://mailchi.mp/0c0a78608070/missouri-scottish-rite-march-2018-e-news.

Missouri Scottish Rite eNews - March 2018

Missouri Scottish Rite eNews – March 2018

Scottish Rite Journal – Orient of Missouri – April May 2018 Insert

We were informed that the upcoming Journal insert was misprinted.  Please click on the link below for a PDF version of the insert.  Our Orient News Page will auto-update with the HTML5 version of the insert in the days ahead.  This post will be updated when that occurs.


Click for the Orient of Missouri – Scottish Rite – March – April 2018 – Journal Insert

MESSAGE OF SORROW – Illustrious Brother Edward John “Lucky” Kellogg III, 33°

The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic – 2014 Kid Talk Celebration – 11/08/2014

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2014 RiteCare Biennial Conference

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KidTalk Celebration – Silver Anniversary Gala

The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic invites you to celebrate 25 years of serving St. Louis children at the KidTalk Celebration Silver Anniversary Gala. Join us for an evening of elegance and celebration at the final toast of the Clinic’s 25th anniversary year.  The annual KidTalk Celebration dinner auction on Saturday, November 2 will be at the dazzling Purser Center at the Logan College of Chiropractic.  The evening will host a multitude of stunning opportunities, including hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, a formal dinner and an exciting silent and live auction, plus a few additional surprises you will not want to miss!  We hope to see you at the Silver Anniversary Gala!

For complete details, please visit https://walkerscottishriteclinic.eventbrite.com/.

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Walker Scottish Rite Clinic for Children (2 min video)

This is a shortened version of the video produced by Maryville Student and Clinic Friend, Ryan Cockerham. Ryan produced this video to help bring awareness of the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic to a larger audience. For the longer version of Ryan’s Clinic video, visit the Clinic website, www.srclinic.org. Thank you Ryan Cockerham for your advocacy to help the kids!

Puttin’ on the Ritz — 2012 KidTalk Celebration for the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, St. Louis, MO

Puttin’ on the Ritz

2012 KidTalk Celebration for the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, St. Louis, MO

Contact: Sheri Mistretta, Executive Director; sheri@srclinic.org / 314.852.0575 cell

The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic held its 18th Annual KidTalk Celebration Gala, Puttin’ on the Ritz, Saturday November 3, 2012. Event was held at Logan College of Chiropractic where SGIG Robert Cockerham, honored guests SGIG Jim Cole (VA) and SGIG William Brunt (NC), and over 200 guests enjoyed an evening of glitz and glamour. The dinner Auction exuded charm with live music, hors d’oeuvres, and open bar a formal dinner, and an exciting auction. Live auction items included vacation getaways, dining experiences, sporting memorabilia, jewelry, and the most adorable “teddy-bear” cock-a-poo puppy. The silent auction encompassed items that appeal to every pastime and interest.

Special entertainment featured mistress of ceremonies Ivy Hartman of STL TV, Avery and Brooks Hayden and the Hayden Family. Twins, Brooks and Avery have been part of the Clinic family for almost three years. They entered care in November 2009, when their mother brought them in for a speech and language screening. Brooks is talkative and energetic and is entertaining to have in therapy. After a break in care, Avery re-entered therapy in March 2012 to work on some of her speech sounds. Avery is inquisitive and talkative and also a joy to have as a client. The evening had something to offer all, and those who attended took home a special gift of thanks.

A heartfelt thank you is extended to our Platinum Sponsors, Delmar Gardens and The Kellogg Family, Gold Sponsors, Carr Lane Manufacturing and Maryville University, and Silver Sponsors, Adams Place Retirement Community, Missouri DeMolay and Moolah Temple Guides Bingo Fund. Finally, a special thank you to Event Chair, Janice Sheets and husband Jim, for their dedication and support in achieving an overwhelming successful evening. The Gala grossed over $104,000 to support the FREE speech and language therapy services provided to children two to six-year old in the greater St. Louis area at the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic.

The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic for Childhood Language Disorders, a RiteCare Clinic serving hundreds of children annually in the Valley of St. Louis, is a 501c3 Charity and provides free professional therapy to children 2 to 6 years of age at absolutely no cost to their families. For more information on the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, please contact Executive Director at sheri@srclinic.org or view www.srclinic.org.

Pictured Clinic Chair Ed Kellogg, Donor Mike Tetterton (Hometowne Suites), Avery and Brooks

Pictured: SGIG Jim Cole (VA), SGIG Robert Cockerham (MO), SGIG Bill Brunt (NC)

Pictured “Clinic Kids” Avery and Brooks (twins), Emcee Ivy Hartman

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