Abigail Eutsler of Linden was named an Indiana Scholar of the Grand Lodge of Indiana Free & Accepted Masons for the second consecutive year.
Richard L. Lentz, the 171st Grand Master of Indiana Masons, presented the scholarship during a ceremony and reception of honor at the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Valley of Indianapolis Cathedral.
Eutsler is a sophomore pursuing a five-year Bachelor of Music degree majoring in Music Education and Vocal Performance at Butler University in the Jordan College of the Arts. She is a frequent performer in Butler Opera Theatre and in community and professional productions. Locally, she has appeared at Myers Dinner Theatre and with the Sugar Creek Players at the Vanity Theatre.
As a freshman Honors Program student, Eutsler also received both the Efroymson Prize for Diversity in Vocal Performance and the Woman’s Department Club of Indianapolis Music Merit Scholarship.
Established in 1818, the Grand Lodge of Indiana is comprised on 50,000 members in nearly 400 lodges throughout the state. Founded in London, England, in 1717, as a brotherhood of men committed to lives of honor, integrity, and character, Freemasonry’s current worldwide membership totals 3.5 million, 1.3 million of whom are in the United States.
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