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On Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 12:00 Noon, the Orange County Masonic Officers Association presented their 10th Annual Orange County Reception for the Grand Master of Masons in California.  This year they combined their reception with a fundraiser for the Grand Master’s project, “Raising A Reader”.   Many of those in attendance traveled their directly from the L.A. Service Bureau’s Breakfast in Los Angeles to the reception at the DeMolay Center in Anaheim.

The reception hall was nicely decorated, in a colorful school theme, using balloons tied to school books on each table.  The program included a silent auction, luncheon and musical entertainment by Clarence Urlich.  Charles Cross gave the acknowledgements with Doug Eichen, AGL of Division X doing the introductions and presenting the Grand Master. The Grand Master was presented with a very unique gavel.  It appears that the gavel floats above a section of the Golden Gate Bridge, which also included small cars crossing the bridge.  The gavel and bridge was designed and crafted by Worshipful Ed Roberts.

For the second time that day, the Jr. Grand Warden was serenaded by the room singing “Happy Birthday”.  All of those in attendance really enjoyed the afternoon.

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