Abigail Eutsler of Linden has been named Indiana Scholar of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Indiana for the second year in a row.
Richard L. Lentz, the 171st Grand Master Mason of Indiana, presented the scholarship during a ceremony and reception of honor at the Valley of the Ancient Scottish Rite Accepted Cathedral in Indianapolis.
Eutsler is a sophomore pursuing a five-year Bachelor of Music majoring in Music Education and Vocal Performance at Butler University’s Jordan College of the Arts. She performs frequently at the Butler Opera Theater and in community and professional productions. Locally she has performed at the Myers Dinner Theater and with the Sugar Creek Players at the Vanity Theatre.
As a freshman in the honors program, Eutsler also received the Efroymson Award for Diversity in Vocal Performance and the Music Merit Scholarship from the Woman’s Department Club of Indianapolis.
Founded in 1818, the Grand Lodge of Indiana has 50,000 members in nearly 400 lodges across the state. Founded in London, England in 1717 as a brotherhood of men committed to a life of honor, integrity and character, the current worldwide membership of Freemasonry stands at 3.5 million , including 1.3 million in the United States.
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