About Scot Newbury

Scot NewburyRight Worshipful Brother Scot Newbury followed in the footsteps of three previous generations joining Freemasonry in June of 1990 becoming a member of Saint John’s Lodge #1 in New Hampshire. In 2005 he affiliated with Saint Mark’s Lodge #44 in Derry, New Hampshire and served as Master of that Lodge in 2009 and 2010. After serving as Marshal, he served the Lodge as Secretary in 2012 and 2013 and continues to serve as its Webmaster and Social Media Coordinator. He is also a plural member of New Hampshire’s Research Lodge, Anniversary Lodge #175 and a Fellow of the Grand College of Rites.

RWB Newbury is also a Senior DeMolay, having joined the organization in 1982. He is currently serving as the Chairman the New Hampshire Electronic DeMolay Committee helping to improve communication throughout the state. He is also serving as the Chairman of the Derry DeMolay Advisory Council, working with other Advisors to bring this youth organization back to Derry.

In addition to his Masonic career, Scot has also had many roles within the Boy Scouts of America, starting as a youth as Senior Patrol Leader and continuing on into adulthood. As an adult, he has served as a Webelos Den Leader, Assistant Scoutmaster and also sat on the Innovation and Technology Sub-Committee for the Daniel Webster Council. In recognition of his work and involvement in both Scouting and Freemasonry he received the Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award in 2015.

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