We ride to lodge, to work, to school, near, far, in the mountains, in the canyons, along the coast, to go get food, drinks, or just for fun. The club rides as a large group monthly after our meetings and in smaller sub-groups as often as possible. The founding charter is in Southern California which affords us ample opportunity to ride year round. Other charters follow suit and ride as much as their climates allow.
We Support Charity
The club is involved in many masonic charities. We work with the Shriners and the Scottish Rite, we participate in blue lodge work parties, go on toy rides, and even helped run a Christmas tree stand for charity one year. In addition, our club sponsors annual scholarships for members of masonic youth groups that are seniors in high school or in their first year of college or trade school . Details about the scholarships are posted on this site. The entries are accepted, reviewed, judged, and winners awarded each spring. To support the scholarships, the club participates in various fundraisers throughout the year as well as selling merchandise and collecting donations (all donations are tax-deductible).
We Support One Another
We are a two-fold brotherhood. Brothers first as masons, and then furthermore as Ruffians. You must be at least an Entered Apprentice (1st Degree) mason to prospect with the club and no member will be patched without being a Master Mason (3rd Degree). We consider the club as family and, because of this, we do not accept all applicants. The prospect period is intended to make sure that you are a good fit into our family.