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I had the great honor to present Jamie Back her seven thousand dollar scholarship at the San Jacinto High School in June. Reading  resumes from students like this are inspiring. Ms. Back graduated from San Jacinto High School this year with a G.P.A. of 3.98. That is just the surface of Ms. Back. She is a bright and competent individual with strong qualities and understands what it takes to be successful. She has participated in the Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) since her freshman year in high school.

 After attending academic advising,testing preparation,college application workshop and campus visits , Ms. Back choose Fullerton State College. She will per sue a Doctorate Degree In the medical field. And has aspirations to become a medical Doctor.

 This is what Masonry is all about, helping people achieve their goals.

Master – Jim Ridley

 

On Wednesday April 4, 2012, Blythe/Needles Lodge #473 honored three instructors, for their dedication to education.  Rosalie Ann Campa, Gretchen Nelson, and Opal Kemp have worked for the Riverside County office of Education for a combined total of over 65 years teaching Special Needs children.

Both Rosalie and Gretchen are graduates of our local Palo Verde High School, who have stayed here to help our local children.  Opal transferred to Blythe from Banning in 1992, and has taught here since.

The ceremonies were preceded by the awarding of a Scholarship from the Blythe Social Club, to Kathleen Bell, daughter of our Senior Warden, Bert Bell.  Katie, as she is affectionately known, is planning on attending Cal State San Bernardino.

Wor. Wuertz gave a brief history of Masons and Education, before presenting the awards.

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Joe Van Dyke

 

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