THE ORDER OF DeMOLAY
Founded in 1919 by Frank S. Land in Kansas City, Missouri, The Order of DeMolay is a fraternity for young men between the ages of 13 and 21. The name DeMolay is taken from Jacques DeMolay, last Grand Master of the Medieval Knights Templar. The Order of DeMolay teaches leadership and values which make these young men better citizens and better prepared for tomorrow’s challenges. Some DeMolay alumni include: Walt Disney, John Wayne, U.S. president Bill Clinton; newsmen Dan Rather, Walter Cronkite, John Cameron Swayze, Willard Scott and Chet Huntley; entertainers Dick and Tommy Smothers, Buddy Ebsen, Burl Ives; and authors John Steinbeck and William Shirer.
THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF JOB’S DAUGHTERS
The International Order of Job’s Daughters is one of today’s outstanding character building organizations for young girls, 11 to 20 years of age. Character building, developing self-confidence, and learning leadership qualities as well as social skills are but a few of the qualities that I.O.J.D. teaches.
THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE RAINBOW FOR GIRLS