Demolay International in Indianapolis, Indiana (IN)
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This article is about the fraternal order. For the Grand Master of the Knights Templar, see Jacques de Molay.
International youth fraternity patterned after the Freemasons
DeMolay International is an international fraternal organization for young men ages 12 to 21. It was founded in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1919 and named for Jacques de Molay, the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar. DeMolay was incorporated in the 1990s and is classified by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
DeMolay is open for membership to young men between the ages of 12 and 21 who acknowledge a higher spiritual power. It has about 15,000 active members spread throughout every continent save Antarctica. There are active chapters in Germany, Australia, Japan, Philippines, Argentina, Aruba, French Guiana, Paraguay, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador (affiliated to Peru jurisdiction), Italy, Romania, Greece (affiliated to Romania jurisdiction), France, Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia (affiliated to Serbia jurisdiction) and the United States.
Although young women are not permitted to join DeMolay, chapters are permitted to elect chapter "sweethearts" and "princesses."
DeMolay is part of the "family" of Masons and associated organizations. DeMolay is the youth group for young men. (Rainbow Girls and Job's Daughters are similar Masonic-related organizations for young women.) 
The Order of DeMolay was founded in 1919 with nine members, most of whom lived near each other in Kansas City.
The crown appearing in the self-adopted heraldic arms (the emblem) of the order contains 10 rubies, each representing one of the original nine members and the organization's founder, Frank S. Land. The rubies were originally portrayed as pearls; as each founding member died, the pearl representing him was changed to a ruby.
DeMolay has seven Cardinal Virtues, taught as its basic ideals. They are:
- Filial love (the love between a child and their parent): which is the love and the kindness we should have with our parents, the ones that gave us birth and taught us the first lessons in our lives. Through them we had the first lessons of kindness, respect and the belief in God.
- Reverence for sacred things: it means to believe in God (independent on the religion) and to respect others beliefs.
- Courtesy: kindness, respect and solidarity are principles that a DeMolay tries to practice in his life. Philanthropy is only valid when it is done by heart and soul.
- Comradeship: is to be a faithful friend, not only in good times, but also in hard times.
- Fidelity: is to believe and follow your own values and virtues; yet keeping in secret everything which is entrusted. Fidelity is to be faithful to God, your homeland and your friends, following the Jacques DeMolay fidelity lead, who preferred to die instead of betraying his companions or break with his pledge.
- Cleanness: means to be an ideal citizen, pure in soul and heart; it is to always have a clear conscience. It means to keep your mind away from everything that is against the values of a good citizen.
- Patriotism: is to respect and defend our homeland, our democracy, our state and our city over all. It calls for maintenance for the respect of public heritage, such as schools, asylum, orphanage and hospitals that support people in need.
The Order of DeMolay calls for every member to live according to those Virtues considered by the Order as something that distinguish the life of a leader and a good man. DeMolay also defends three fundamental freedoms:
- Religious Freedom: represented by the Holy Book (might be represented by any holy book, independent of the religion i.e Bible, Quran, Torah, etc)
- Civil Freedom: represented by the National Flag
- Intellectual Freedom: represented by the Scholar Books
The Order of DeMolay also has an Ethical Code which has the following statements:
- A DeMolay serves God.
- A DeMolay honors all womanhood.
- A DeMolay loves and honors his parents.
- A DeMolay is honest.
- A DeMolay is loyal to ideals and friends.
- A DeMolay practices honest toil.
- A DeMolay's word is as good as his bond.
- A DeMolay is courteous.
- A DeMolay is at all times a gentleman.
- A DeMolay is a patriot in peace as well as war.
- A DeMolay is clean in mind and body.
- A DeMolay stands unswervingly for the public schools.
- A DeMolay always bears the reputation of a good and law-abiding citizen.
- A DeMolay by precept and example must preserve the high standards to which he has pledged himself.
A local DeMolay body is known as a Chapter and is headed by the Master Councilor. The Master Councilor is elected by members of his Chapter and is usually among the older members of the group. The Master Councilor is assisted in his duties by a Senior Councilor and a Junior Councilor. The Senior Councilor is usually considered to be next in line as Master Councilor and Junior Councilor to follow, though two people can run against each other. The remaining officers of a Chapter are appointed by the Master Councilor, except for the Scribe, who is appointed by the Chapter's Advisory Council.
Adult men mentor and supervise the Chapter and are referred to as "Dad." These men are often Masons or Senior DeMolays (former active members who have reached the age of 21) but can also be other men in the community, including the fathers of active members. The "Dad" term origiated with a founding member identifying Frank Land as a father figure, calling him "Dad Land". In recent years, women have also served as advisors [sic] for the group, and are referred to as "Mom".
In addition to the individual Chapter, DeMolay has an officer structure at the state, provincial, or other large regional level led by a State Master Councilor, Provincial Master Councilor, or Jurisdictional Master Councilor. In some countries, DeMolay may have a national level organization headed by a "National Master Councilor". There are also other state, provincial, or jurisdictional positions, based on the officers of a chapter, which vary for each jurisdiction. The lead advisor (always a Master Mason and a member of the Supreme Council) in a state, jurisdiction, or country, is called an Executive Officer. The lead advisor internationally is known as a Grand Master, who governs the International Supreme Council. There are also Active DeMolay officers at an international level; the International Master Councilor and International Congress Secretary are the heads of the International DeMolay Congress. These officers are always past Jurisdictional Master Councilors.
In some countries other than the United States, the International Supreme Council of DeMolay has ceded control to an independent Supreme Council created to govern DeMolay in that country. Such a Supreme Council has its own Grand Master and officers. (Examples are Australia, Canada, Brazil, and the Philippines.)
Female youth leaders
Some DeMolay Chapters elect young women to positions of leadership, who act to support members and their activities. These positions are not officially recognized by DeMolay International; they are approved subject to the authority of the Executive Officer in the jurisdiction.
DeMolay Chapters may elect a "Chapter Sweetheart" to serve as the female representative of the Chapter, although she is not an initiated member of DeMolay. Her duties may include attending Chapter functions and acting as an ambassador of DeMolay. The "Sweetheart" must meet the age requirements of a particular jurisdiction or Chapter (often 14 to 21.) She may be a member of a neighboring Job's Daughters Bethel, Rainbow Assembly, or Triangle, but that is not a set requirement in most Jurisdictions.
A Chapter may also elect a Chapter Princess. The program generally uses the same requirements as set forth for the Sweetheart. Her duties generally include attending Chapter functions and acting as an ambassador of DeMolay while assisting the Sweetheart in her duties.
A Chapter may also elect two Chapter Duchesses. The program generally uses the same requirements set forth for the Sweetheart. Her duties generally include attending Chapter functions and acting as an ambassador of DeMolay while assisting both the Sweetheart and Princess in their duties.
Chapter Little Sis
A Chapter may also elect other females, who may or may not be a member of Job's Daughters International or International Order of Rainbow for Girls, to be a Little Sis. She is usually 14–16 years old. She generally assists both the Princess and the Sweetheart in their duties.
Each state or jurisdiction holds an annual (or biennial, in some) event known as a Conclave or Convention. At this event, the members of the state or jurisdiction may vote on the State Master Councilor (or, in some cases the Provincial Master Councilor / Jurisdictional Master Councilor) and other elected positions. Some jurisdictions may elect a Deputy State Master Councilor, Sweetheart, and / or various other positions. In same cases, these officers are appointed by the Executive Officer of jurisdiction. Some jurisdictions may hold a specific event, called Congress, separate and apart from Conclave or Convention to elect their jurisdictional officers and vote on any changes to the jurisdictional by-laws, then install the new officers at their Conclave or Convention.
Jurisdictional/State Officers are the leaders of their state/jurisdiction. They plan, lead, and execute all of the events happening in their state. They also serve as a resource for the DeMolays in their state to help them with events, ceremonies, and any other DeMolay related activities.
The International Supreme Council is the governing body of DeMolay International. It is composed of dedicated adult leaders from around the world who are responsible for the growth and success of DeMolay. The Grand Master, the Grand Senior Councilor, the Grand Junior Councilor, the Grand Secretary, and the Grand Treasurer are the elected leaders of the International Supreme Council. In certain parts of the world, such as Brazil, for example, DeMolay International has created daughter Supreme Councils and has ceded local control of DeMolay in those regions to the local Supreme Council.
Officers of DeMolay International
|Marc B. Bohn||Grand Master||Marc Bohn of Georgia, US was installed as Grand Master of DeMolay International in Kansas City, Missouri, US on 30 June 30 2020.|
|Vincent A. D'Aguanno||Grand Senior Councilor||Vince D’Aguanno of Michigan was installed as the Grand Senior Councilor of DeMolay International in Kansas City, Missouri on 30 June 2020.|
|Jonathan R. Sellars||Grand Junior Councilor||Jonathan R. Sellars of Colorado was installed Grand Junior Councilor on 30 June 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri.|
|Gregory A. Chiles||Grand Treasurer||Gregory A. Chiles of Indiana was installed as Grand Treasurer of DeMolay International in Kansas City, Missouri on 30 June 2020.|
|Greg L. Kimberling||Grand Secretary||Greg L. Kimberling of Idaho was installed as Grand Secretary of DeMolay International in Kansas City, Missouri on 30 June 2020.|
The DeMolay Congress is the Senate-style body where two voting delegates represent each DeMolay jurisdiction. The delegates meet once a year and elect an International Master Councilor and an International Congress Secretary, who lead and serve as the heads of the body for a time span of one year. Two Active DeMolays, usually the International Master Councilor and International Congress Secretary, are elected as voting members of the Board of Directors annually. Additionally, delegates discuss and vote on legislative issues.
International Congress Officers
|Brett W. Grimm||54th International Master Councilor||Valdo A. Sei Chapter, Jurisdiction of Northern California|
|Seaghan A. Ennis||54th International Congress Secretary||Colorado Springs Chapter, Jurisdiction of Colorado|
Each chapter must be sponsored by a local Masonic body or some other group composed exclusively of Masons. The sponsoring body is responsible for providing the chapter with adult advisors and a place to meet. Members of the sponsoring body form the chapter's initial "advisory council". The advisory council selects one of its members to be its chairman, and he is the official liaison between the chapter and the sponsoring body. Another member of the advisory council is designated the "chapter advisor," and he is the official liaison between the advisory council and the chapter. The chapter's advisory council is responsible for supervising the chapter and its activities.
DeMolays participate in a wide range of social and sports activities that may include: camping, holding dances with members of Rainbow and Job's Daughters, playing basketball, football, baseball, soccer, tennis, paintball, or billiards, going canoeing and kayaking, and taking long distance trips. Both Chapters and individual DeMolays participate in competitions for the best performance of the various Ceremonies of the Order. Winners of local competitions, in ritual and sports, may compete for State Championships, and sometimes State winners compete at higher levels. The Chapter collectively decides what events they enjoy, plans them, and in many cases holds fund raisers to finance those events.
DeMolay International Hall of Fame
DeMolay alumni have gone on to achieve wide recognition outside of the organization. Some have been elected to the DeMolay Hall of Fame. Not all DeMolays who have received recognition have been inducted into the Hall of Fame; some can be found on other lists.
The following is a partial list of the members of the DeMolay Hall of Fame. The full list is available on the DeMolay International Web site.
|Carl B. Albert||1908–2000||Politician||Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (1971–1977)|
|Walt Disney||Entertainer, Entrepreneur||Founder of Disney|
|Cecil D. Andrus||b. 1931||Politician||Governor of Idaho (1971–1977, 1987–1995), US Secretary of the Interior (1977–1981)|
|Reubin O'Donovan Askew||1928–2014||Politician||37th Governor of Florida (1971–1979)|
|Walter "Red" Barber||1908–1992||Sports broadcaster||Recipient of Ford C. Frick Award from National Baseball Hall of Fame|
|Mel Blanc||1908–1989||Cartoon voice actor||"Man of a Thousand Voices"|
|Frank Borman||b. 1928||Astronaut||Commander of Apollo 8, CEO of Eastern Airlines (1975–1986), recipient of Congressional Space Medal of Honor|
|Vance D. Brand||b. 1931||Astronaut||Flew on Apollo-Soyuz and three Space Shuttle missions|
|Richard Bryan||b. 1937||Politician||Governor of Nevada (1983–89), and as a United States Senator from Nevada from 1989 to 2001|
|Carroll A. Campbell, Jr.||1940–2005||Politician||Governor of South Carolina (1987–1995)|
|Curtis L. Carlson||1914–1999||Entrepreneur, philanthropist||Founded the Carlson Companies in 1938 as the Gold Bond Trading Company|
|Mel Carnahan||1934–2000||Politician||Governor of Missouri (1991–2000)|
|Bill Clinton||b. 1946||Politician||42nd President of the United States|
|Gary Collins||1938–2012||Actor||Best known for Airport (1970)|
|Lee S. Dreyfus||1926–2008||Educator and politician||Governor of Wisconsin (1979–1983)|
|Buddy Ebsen||1908–2003||Actor, singer, dancer||Star of Barnaby Jones and The Beverly Hillbillies|
|David Goodnow||b. 1939||Broadcast journalist||Former anchor of CNN Headline News|
|Paul Harvey||1918–2009||ABC Radio broadcaster||Recipient of Presidential Medal of Freedom|
|Mark Hatfield||1922–2011||Politician||Governor of Oregon (1959–1967), US Senator (1967–1997)|
|Burl Ives||1909–1995||Folk singer and actor||Have a Holly Jolly Christmas, narrator of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer|
|Henry M. Jackson||1912–1983||Politician||US Senator (1953–1983)|
|Brereton C. Jones||b. 1939||Politician||Governor of Kentucky (1991–1995)|
|Harmon Killebrew||1936–2011||Former professional baseball player and businessman||Member of National Baseball Hall of Fame|
|Tom Leppert||b. 1954||59th mayor of Dallas, Texas||Walt Disney|
|Elmer Lower||1913–2011||Journalist, media executive||Former President of ABC News|
|Bob Mathias||1930–2006||Olympic athlete; politician||Two-time Olympic gold medalist; US Representative from California (1967–1975)|
|Edgar D. Mitchell||1930–2016||Astronaut||Sixth man to walk on the Moon; Apollo 14 astronaut|
|Tom Osborne||b. 1937||Athlete, coach, politician||Former Head Coach at University of Nebraska; member of College Football Hall of Fame|
|Walter C. Ploeser||1907–1993||Businessman, politician||US Representative from Missouri (1941–1949); US Ambassador to Paraguay (1957–1959), US Ambassador to Costa Rica (1970–1972)|
|Richard Riley||b. 1933||Politician||United States Secretary of Education under President Bill Clinton and the 111th Governor of South Carolina|
|Pete Rose||b. 1941||Baseball player||All-time Major League Baseball leader in hits, with 4,256|
|James Nicholas Rowe||1938–1989||United States Army Colonel||Vietnam POW; author of Five Years to Freedom|
|Edward T. Schafer||b. 1946||Politician||29th United States Secretary of Agriculture; Governor of North Dakota 1992–2000|
|Harold Schafer||1912–2001||Philanthropist and businessman||Founder of Gold Seal Company|
|Lance P. Sijan||1942–1968||United States Air Force Captain||Recipient of the Medal of Honor|
|Alex Spanos||b. 1923–2018||Owner of the San Diego Chargers|
|Jim Steeg||b. 1950||American Sports Executive with the National Football League||Credited with popularizing and improving the Super Bowl.|
|John Steinbeck||1902–1968||Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Nobel laureate||Wrote The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men|
|John Cameron Swayze||1906–1995||Newscaster|
|Fran Tarkenton||b. 1940||Professional football player; businessman; entrepreneur||Member of Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame|
|John Wayne||1907–1979||Actor||Won Academy Award for Best Actor for True Grit in 1969|
|Larry Wilcox||b. 1947||Actor, Businessman|
|James C. Wright, Jr.||1922–2015||Politician||Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (1987–1989)|
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INDIANA DeMOLAY DIVERSITY POLICY
As an organization made up of members and volunteers, the Order of DeMolay in Indiana not only accepts, but desires and expects diversity in our members and adult leaders. Members of Indiana DeMolay are encouraged to welcome and involve friends who share like interests as well as those who differ in their backgrounds. With Chapters throughout the State of Indiana, we have members from different ethnic, religious, social and economic backgrounds. The ability to work with these differences allows us to develop as the leaders of tomorrow. Providing a safe, educational, and meaningful experience is the goal of Indiana DeMolay and we value all of our members and adult leaders who allow us to grow and develop.
INDIANA DeMOLAY ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
DeMolay does not express or imply discrimination against its applicants because of their race, creed, color, disability or economic status. Discrimination by any Chapter, Advisory body, Advisor or member of the Order of DeMolay in Indiana will not be tolerated. No Masonic body that sponsors a Chapter of the Order of DeMolay in Indiana would condone such discrimination.
Any ballot which has been determined to have been influenced by said discriminatory judgements will be declared null and void, and final election or rejection will rest within the authority of the Executive Officer of the Order of DeMolay in Indiana as provided for in Article 6 of the Rules and Regulations of DeMolay International.
INDIANA DeMOLAY ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY
Indiana DeMolay enforces a ZERO Tolerance Policy with regard to the use of alcohol, illegal drugs, weapons, or hazing of any kind at any DeMolay function. This policy applies to both active DeMolays and adult volunteers. Violations of Risk Management, Youth Protection, or illegal substance policies will result in suspension or expulsion from DeMolay.
A DeMOLAY'S CODE OF ETHICS
A DeMolay serves God.
A DeMolay honors all womanhood.
A DeMolay loves and honors his parents.
A DeMolay is honest.
A DeMolay is loyal to ideals and friends.
A DeMolay practices honest toil.
A DeMolay's word is as good as his bond.
A DeMolay is courteous.
A DeMolay is at all times a gentleman.
A DeMolay is a patriot in peace as well as war.
A DeMolay is clean in mind and body.
A DeMolay stands unswervingly for the public schools.
A DeMolay always bears the reputation of a good and law-abiding citizen.A DeMolay by precept and example must preserve the high standards to which he has pledged himself.
DeMOLAY OBLIGATORY DAYS
DEVOTIONAL DAY - Observed on the Sunday nearest to March 18th.
PATRIOTS' DAY - Observed in February
DAYS OF COMFORT - Observed during the Thanksgiving/Christmas season.
EDUCATIONAL DAY - Observed on a day convenient to the Chapter.
PARENTS' DAY - Observed on a day between May 1st and June 21st.
MY GOVERNMENT DAY - Observed during the month of July.FRANK S. LAND MEMORIAL DAY - Observed near November 8th.
THE SEVEN PRECEPTS of DeMOLAY
REVERENCE FOR SACRED THINGS
Demolay International, Evansville-Compton Chapter Order Of De Molay in Evansville, Indiana (IN)
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