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The California Encompasser is a quarterly publication by the Grand York Rite of California and provides information to Companions and Sir Knights of Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons, Grand Council Cryptic Masons, and Grand Commandery Knights Templar.


GOOD HEALTH AND SPIRITS ................................................................................................................. 3 WILLIAM S. DANN BIOGRAPHY .............................................................................................................. 5 JUNE NEWSLETTER ...................................................................................................................................... 7 JULY NEWSLETTER ....................................................................................................................................... 9 THIS DAY THE LORD HAS MADE, LET US REJOICE & BE GLAD .......................................................... 10 GREGG A. HALL BIOGRAPHY ............................................................................................................... 11 GRAND COMMANDER’S MESSAGE FOR JUNE 2018 ........................................................................................... 12 GRAND COMMANDER’S MESSAGE FOR JULY 2018 ........................................................................................... 13 EDUCATION- COMMANDERY ......................................................................................................................... 14 COMPTCHE .......................................................................................................................................... 18 MARK MASTER AT GRAND LODGE ...................................................................................................... 20 GRAND LECTURER .............................................................................................................................. 20 SECRETARY ESSENTIALS .................................................................................................................... 21 ACTIVITIES AROUND THE STATE & BEYOND ...................................................................................... 22 WISCONSIN YORK RITE ............................................................................................................................... 22 ALAMEDA ................................................................................................................................................. 23 AUBURN ................................................................................................................................................... 24 BRENTWOOD- A SMALL PARADE.................................................................................................................... 27 OAKLAND ................................................................................................................................................. 28 SACRAMENTO ............................................................................................................................................ 29 SAN BERNARDINO ...................................................................................................................................... 30 SAN DIEGO ............................................................................................................................................... 35 SAUGUS 4TH OF JULY PARADE....................................................................................................................... 36 (OLD WEST LODGE NO. 813/LOS ANGELES COMMANDERY NO. 9) ..................................................................... 36 SCHOLARSHIPS ................................................................................................................................... 44 LEADERSHIP & COMMUNICATION ....................................................................................................... 45 COMMUNICATIONS .............................................................................................................................. 45 CONTACT INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................... 46 MOST EXCELLENT GRAND HIGH PRIEST: ........................................................................................................ 46 MOST ILLUSTRIOUS GRAND MASTER: ............................................................................................................. 46 RIGHT EMINENT GRAND COMMANDER ........................................................................................................... 46 GRAND SECRETARY/RECORDER: .................................................................................................................. 46 GRAND SECRETARY/RECORDER – ASSISTANT: ................................................................................................ 46 EDITOR: ................................................................................................................................................... 46 OFFICERS: GRAND CHAPTER ROYAL ARCH MASONS CALIFORNIA ........................................................................ 47 OFFICERS: GRAND COUNCIL CRYPTIC MASONS CALIFORNIA ............................................................................... 48 OFFICERS: GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CALIFORNIA ...................................................................... 49 GRAND SESSIONS IN PICTURES .......................................................................................................... 50

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Good health and spirits Companions, My hope is that when you are reading this message, you are in good health and spirits. I am humbled by the honor you have given by allowing me to be the 164th Grand High Priest of California. I look forward to meeting many you on my travels around California as I visit local Chapters in the upcoming year. On my travels, I want to remind all of you that you are the steps to our future. Let me start by introducing myself. I was born in 1965 in Santa Ana, Metro Manila in the country of the Philippines. My family immigrated in 1970 to the US and settled in the San Francisco Bay Area, and there, I grew up, got my education and after a six-year tour in the United States Marine Corp, I settled and raised a family. I been working in information technology for almost 30 years and am currently a Program Manager for the County of San Mateo where I manage a number of very talented young technical teams. I began my journey in Masonry in 2004, where I was raised a Master Mason in a little lodge in the city of Pittsburg CA. There, I became an active member, joined the line of officers and in 2009, became the Master of the lodge. In Chapter, I was exalted a Royal Arch Mason in 2006, joining Ancient Chapter #31 which at the time, met in Antioch CA. I became an officer of the chapter and was blessed to serve as High Priest in 2009 and continued as High Priest for 2 additional years. Like many of you, I am active in many other masonic institutions, associations and clubs, and probably like many of you, I do this because of the people I meet, the experiences I gain and my willingness to help. Like others Grand High Priest, I too have created a pin for my year. I’ve been asked the meaning of that pin and my response is, you can find its meaning in the ritual of the Royal Arch degree, specifically in the lecture of the explanation of the Cryptogram. My hopes are that this inspires you to read through our ritual and learn the light that we are charged to protect and to pass on to others when a brother from the Blue Lodge decides to become a royal arch mason. I’d appreciate it that if you are asked, what do the characters on the pin mean, direct our companion to that ritual so they too can discover its meaning and hopefully, gain further light. Over recent years, we have all recognized that the number of members at our chapters are getting smaller, many chapters cannot deliver degrees and struggle with the opening ritual, struggle with attendance at our monthly convocation, receive few petitions for new members and when we receive a new member, we see them once and we don’t see them again. We’ve heard it all before. (If your chapter is not like this, I’d like to hear from you and learn what you are doing to avoid these trends.). So many times, as leaders of our chapters, we are instructed that if we strengthen our membership drives, that it will solve many of the problems we encounter in our chapters. That if we exalt more members, our chapter will get stronger. This will help but it cannot be the only part. I suggest that we step back first. When I am faced with a complex problem, the first thing I do is try to better understand the problem and try to write down the details associated with the problem. Each of our chapters is different, with their own set of strengths and weaknesses and defining your strength and weakness should be one of your first step before setting out to fix problems in your chapter. Creating this will help you and the other leaders in your chapter understand as well as prioritize the steps you will need to take.

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Since the lack of membership participation seems to be a fairly common issue with our chapters, I have some ideas I’d like to share. A new membership campaign is great but this should also be coupled with a campaign to bring back your current member. I don’t like to hear that 10% to 15 % participation at our meetings as acceptable. If you can move that needle to right, one step at a time, we will all be better off. Start by better out-reach to with our members. Simply assign each of your officers to call 4 or 5 members reminding them about the stated convocation or upcoming degree and do this regularly. Also you can enhance communication by leveraging technology. You can try sending calendar appointments by email. In the North Bay York Rite, they are experimenting with a FaceBook like app to share information. What I’m trying to emphasize is that you have to be willing to try something different. Also don’t give up on a new idea too quickly because it may take a while before you get your results. Change takes time and as long as you have the goal in mind by continuing to move that needle to the right. (BTW – If you interested in learning more about what the North Bay is doing, feel free to reach out to me or to EC John Monahan) Over the next few months, I will share other thoughts on how you can turn this ship around. For upcoming events, you can now see my calendar on the Grand York Rite of California Web page http://www.yorkriteofcalifornia.org/ . At this web page, you can find lots of information about the Grand York Rite as well as many articles and research papers you can use for presentations at your chapters. Two upcoming events I want to quickly highlight. First, at this year Annual Communications in San Francisco on October 19, the Grand Chapter will deliver the Mark Master Degree. This is a great opportunity to introduce the York Rite to our Blue Lodge brethren and if past performances are any indication of the future, will spark a lot of interest in learning more about our Chapters. The other event is a Golf Fundraising scheduled for September 30 at the beautiful Hiddenbrooke Golf Club in American Canyon. More information will be sent out in the near future. Proceeds from this event will help support the Royal Arch Research Assistance program and DeBarrow/Wolhfarth Scholarship program as well as other Grand Chapter programs. I also had the pleasure of being at this year’s North Bay Comptche Royal Arch Festival where our Companions were able to exalt (10) new Companions. For those who have never attended this event, I strongly recommend you add this to your list of things to witness as a Royal Arch Mason. The degrees are held in a beautiful venue hosted by our Companion Larry Tunzi on his family property nestled in the redwoods. The Venue creates a natural amphitheater perfect for the work our companion do when delivering our degrees. We had great weather, appetizing meals and of course, wonderful fellowship. Every time I attend, I receive warm greetings, the feeling of coming home. In closing, for our chapters to be successful and grow, not only the officers of the chapter but also the members must take an active part. If all of us could attend at least 3 chapter meetings (25%) this year, our chapter will become stronger and grow. Remember that; “without you, they can do little or nothing; with you, they can accomplish great things”. “Be safe and I hope I can see you in my travels”. Fraternally, Anthony “Tony” Yuson, KGYCH Grand High Priest, Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of California “You are the Steps to our Future”

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William S. Dann Biography Biography of MIGM William S. Dann Most Illustrious Companion William Scott Dann was born on July 22, 1948 in Tampa, Florida. Shortly thereafter, his parents moved to central Florida, in the vicinity of Orlando, where he attended elementary, junior and senior high schools. Along the way, he had a passion for music and learned to play the piano, the trumpet and now pretends to play rhythm guitar and howl at the moon. In 1971 he graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Forestry and in 1972 he moved to Eureka, California to pursue his career as a Consulting Forester. During his 44-year career he has worked in most of the western United States, in Alaska and in the jungle of Peru, South America. Bill worked his way up from a forestry technician, to Corporate Secretary, to Vice President and then was elected President of the Corporation in 2006; and ultimately retired in 2016. Bill and his wife, Anne, will celebrate 49 years of marriage in August. They have raised three sons and have been blessed with 12 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren ranging from 5 years to 26 years of age. Bill’s Masonic history spans 35 years to date. A recap is as follows: -- Raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason on June 20, 1983 at Arcata Lodge #106 in Arcata, California -- Served as Master of his Lodge in 1989, 2009, and 2014. Additional Offices held include Chaplain, Treasurer, Officers Coach s well as serving on and chairing numerous committees -- Exalted as a Royal Arch Mason in Humboldt Chapter #52 in Eureka In September 1989. He has served as High Priest several times -- Greeted as both a Royal and a Select Master in Pacific Council #37 in Eureka In November 1989. He has served as Illustrious Master numerous times -- Knighted in Eureka Commandery #35, Knights Templar in Eureka In September 1990. He has served as Eminent Commander several times -- Bill regularly occupies the east as King Soloman in the Royal Master and Select Master degrees for Northern California York Rite Association degree festivals and for degree conferrals in his own council. -- Served as Worthy Patron of Arcata Chapter #207 of Arcata, CA numerous times -- Served as Royal Patron of Eureka Court #109, Order of the Amaranth numerous times and currently occupies that position -- Served as Watchman of the Shepherds for Azalea Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem, Eureka -- Past Prior of San Francisco Priory #38, Knights of the York Cross of Honor -- Charter Member of Golden Redwood Priory #82, Knights of the York Cross of Honor -- Past Governor of Sacramento Valley York Rite College #159 -- Created a Knight Companion of Saint Francis Conclave, Order of Knights of the Red Cross of Constantine and Appendant Orders in 2016 -- Served as ADR and/or Inspector and/or AGL at various times for the various

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--Serves as Chairman of the Adult Advisory Board and Grand Deputy for Assembly 216, International Order of Rainbow for Girls in California at Eureka

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Bill feels proud, yet humbled, to have received the following awards/accolades during his participation in the various Masonic Organizations and Concordant Bodies: -- Commander of the Year; Department 8; 1995-96 -- Grand Council Ritualist Extraordinaire Certificate; Department 1; 2003-04 -- Grand Commandery Award of Excellence; 2004 & 2006 -- Harry W. LeBleu Ritual Trophy; Grand Council State Ritualist of the Year; 2005 -- Knights York Cross of Honor; 2005 -- Knights Templar Cross of Honor; 2006 -- Grand Chapter Keystone Award; 2007 -- Grand Master of Ish Sodi; 2007 -- Hiram Award; Six Rivers Lodge, Arcata; 2010 -- Grand Cross of Color for International Order of Rainbow for Girls; 2015 Bill was honored to be appointed as Grand Chaplain of the North by the MIGM Ray Godeke, and ultimately to the progressive line as Grand Sentinel by the MIGM Richard W. (Dick) Williamson. In 2018, Bill was honored to have the trust of his Companions and, therefore, ecstatic to be elected and installed as the 158th Most Illustrious Grand Master of the Grand Council of Cryptic Masons of California. Lastly, and most importantly, Bill is fortunate and thankful to have the support of his wife, Anne, his family, his masonic family, his friends and the guidance of the Supreme Grand Master; without them this fabulous journey would not have been possible. Very Sincerely and Fraternally, William S. (Bill) Dann, KTCH, KYGCH Most Illustrious Grand Master Grand Council of Cryptic Mason of California

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Companions and Sir Knights, My first article as your Grand Master is one of reflection of the immediate past few weeks, which culminated in the honor bestowed upon me on May 21st and offering my gratitude to the many who made it possible. I felt the need to do this but I promise that future articles will be forward looking (for the most part). It has been just over a week since Grand Sessions 2018 and I am still in a daze. I have almost caught up on my sleep but I’m still trying to grasp the reality of my new position AND the duties that go along with it. One cannot fully appreciate the detail and logistics involved in the preparations and final ascension to the East until it’s their time. This was best expressed recently in the words of Right Eminent Grand Commander Gregg Hall; “holy crap…there’s a lot to do at the last minute”! So true Sir Knight Gregg! However, thanks to the efforts of the Past Grands and several companions and ladies of the “Purple Gang” Anne and I were able to pull it together. I still have just a couple small loose ends (Bio and final calendar) but I am close to having those done. For those of you who were not able to be at my installation, I wish to relate to you a very special and heartwarming incident that occurred. As many of you know, my Masonic Dad, Dick Williamson, has been failing as of late. As a consequence, he was not expected to make it to my installation. During presentations, I was about to be invested with the KYGCH jewel by my guest of honor, Right Eminent Past Grand Commander Milton Abbott, when Dick suddenly appeared in the doorway. After the shock subsided and Dad was escorted into the room, (thank you Tony Yuson) Milt graciously passed that honor to Dick and he was given the jewel and was asked to invest me with it. After twice trying to put it around his own neck, which brought heartfelt smiles and chuckles, he looked at me and finally recognized me and I believe he then realized what was happening. With help, he invested me with the jewel and was then escorted to a seat along with Mom Judy. I’ll tell you there was not a dry eye in the house. That moment will be forever etched in our memories. You can well imagine that this interlude, as wonderful as it was, rearranged my thought processes and comments. Consequently, I neglected to make some deserved acknowledgements. So, begging your indulgence and forgiveness, I wish to make them now. THANK YOU, MOM, for the tremendous effort you have endured caring for Dad the last few years and in particular what you went through to bring him out to this big day for me. I know that was no easy chore to get him out and dressed and drive that distance; and it was absolutely wonderful of you to do that. We all love you very much and I greatly appreciate the support you and dad have given me during my journey. A special shout out to Great Grandpa Jim Baum and Past Grand Recorder Ken Hope for their consultation in general. Also, a big thank you goes out to Bob Whitfield for his advice in general and for his help with the Installation program and other particulars. I owe a debt of gratitude to Bill Price for his assistance with the ritual team selections and for being a sounding block for committee member suggestions; and other things we shall leave unmentioned here….ha! MEC Phil Hardiman and Illustrious Companion Tom Krummell were of tremendous help with my budget and programs. Lastly, Anne and I extend a BIG thank you to Janet Price for her assistance to Anne and me with the HIS and HERS “what to do, how to do it and when to do it” book. Honestly Janet, we did read the books! But, you will admit it is a lot of information to comprehend or organize and prioritize; so we called you in person anyway…HA! Thank you, Bill Micklos, for substituting for me as Master in the TIM degree. Much appreciated, and that allowed me time to finish last minute installation details and prepare for pictures. We also had help from so many others along the way (the Battalions &Belles, the ladies of the Purple Gang, and on and on); but I won’t try to name them all for fear of omitting someone. You know who you are and Anne and I thank you very much. Pictures of the Installation and the Banquet should be available soon for any who wish to have copies. Thank you, Deanna Bay, for taking the pictures which I know will be lovely. I extend a heartfelt thanks to Six Rivers Masonic Lodge, Arcata Eastern Star, Eureka Court Amaranth, and Pacific Council #37 for their great support. I am very excited to have our newly appointed Sentinel, Jeff White, and his lady Lisa McCombs on my team. Jeff and Lisa have helped Anne and me on the local scene this past year before coming to sessions and then did a wonderful job of planning, preparing and presenting our reception after my installation. Both Jeff and Lisa are hard workers and are excited about their journey. Those of you who have met them know our future continues in good hands. Anne and I hope to be as helpful to them on their journey as they have been to us. I am equally excited about the rest of my line-up. There are many new and young faces among us to keep us “old timers” on our guard, and maybe even teach us a thing or two; if we dare listen. July 18

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The next immediate gathering is a 5 way reception in Corning on June 2nd where I look forward to kicking back a little and maybe even dropping a quarter or two in the slot at some point while enjoying the fellowship of the Brethren, Companions and Sir Knights and ladies of the 216th Masonic District and the Chapters, Councils and Commanderies in the North….way up north! Then, we take a jaunt to Ventura for the Channel Islands 3 way Reception on June 16th. After that, you can refer to the Grand York Rite calendar (the one I promised to have up to date by then) for event schedules. For those of you who may not have heard, the originally scheduled Grand Council outing in Quincy on June 23rd has been cancelled. I am trying to reschedule for early fall to hopefully accommodate more people. I will keep you posted. Further in this publication you should find the Results of Grand Sessions including the awards that were presented. All of the awardees deserve our congratulations and our thanks for their hard work and dedication. When you see them, please extend your congratulations and appreciation for their efforts (way to go Gary Quintrell – recorder of the year – from my council!). They are our backbone. A special shout out to my Great Grandpa, Jim Baum, on receiving the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. Companion Bob Whitfield has eloquently expressed this in another article herein. Lastly, I wish to again thank our Junior Most Illustrious Past Grand Master (bet that sound wonderful doesn’t it Lee) for his leadership and a job well done. Anne and I look forward to our travels and I await the challenges this year. God willing, I will be up to the task. With the greatest respect and humility,

William S. (Bill) Dann, KTCH, KYGCH Most Illustrious Grand Master Cryptic Masons California

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Companions and Sir Knights, Anne and I have been traveling a lot since Grand Sessions & so far it has been very enjoyable. Just last night (July 3rd) we had a fantastic dinner at Van Nuys as guests of Signet Chapter No. 57, Van Nuys Chapter No. 135, Omega Council No. 11, and Los Angeles Commandery No. 9. I wish to thank these Companions and Sir Knights for their wonderful hospitality and the fantastic event! Today, we participated in the 4th of July parade hosted by Old West Lodge No. 813 and Los Angeles Commandery No. 9. This parade, if I am informed correctly, was started about 25 years ago with just a farmer, his tractor & trailer and 6 bales of hay; plus several cars. Then one night during the lodge stated meeting, Brother Richard Cooper asked if Van Nuys and Los Angeles Commandery could assist in next year’s parade and if they would also participate as a marching unit; and the rest is history. Now, having a short break after the festivities, I had better complete this article and send it to the old guy before he starts his belly-aching again (you’re welcome Richard) as I am already a day or two late. Those of you who were able to attend Grand Sessions and/or the Ventura reception may remember my remarks lamenting our continuing decline in membership, and my attempt at offering possible reasons why. Well, upon further reflection, it occurs to me that whatever the reason… I, and perhaps we, have been approaching this dilemma with an “oh woe is me” attitude! Yes, our numbers continue to decline. However, perhaps I, and we, should be optimistic and look upon this as a challenge. I am confident that “WE” are up to the task of turning this around. I believe it can be done. It must be done! So, this is my challenge to you: Go the extra mile one more time. Set a goal for your Council or your group of councils in your York Rite Association to add 2 or 3 members, or 5 or 10 depending upon your respective size. Even little ole Pacific Council No. 37 in Eureka, with only 10 active members, added 3 members last year and has two more applications for membership now. So, I know it can be done. I look back just a few short years and remember that we have in our ranks the man who “wrote the book”, as it were, on how to increase membership in our bodies; Companion and Sir Knight Carlos Gonzales (REPGC). We need simply to get off of our duff and do it! So, let’s refer to that methodology, let’s “Think outside the box”, let’s “Color outside the lines”, let’s “Embrace the new technologies”, let’s “Ask the youngsters for their ideas” or let’s do all of the above; and then let’s get out of our own way!! It can be done…if we let it! With the greatest respect and humility,

William S. (Bill) Dann, KTCH, KYGCH Most Illustrious Grand Master Cryptic Masons California

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This day the Lord has made, let us rejoice & be glad It was a great honor to be elected and installed as the 160th Grand Commander of the State of California. This has been one of the most fulfilling journeys I have ever undertaken. From the time I was first asked to join the line, to the time that actually took place to today has been over 10 years. In that time, I have had the privilege of serving this Grand Commandery under the leadership of some of the best men I know. It is my hope that they have guided and mentored me to the point that I am deserving of this high honor. We are a Grand Commandery in flux at this time. We lost our long time Recorder Sir Knight Kenneth Hope to retirement last year and have a new Grand Recorder in Sir Knight Phillip Hardiman, after 26 years of relying on Sir Knight Hope, we now have to forge new trails. In addition to that we have come to a cross road financially, with the decline in Membership that we all know about, we find ourselves in a place where we have to make some hard-financial decisions. And probably most importantly we have a new younger generation that are knocking on our doors and looking for something greater than themselves, which we have to be prepared to deliver. This younger generation isn’t going to wait around for that promise to be delivered “sometime” in the future, they want it now when they are joining. The officers of your Grand Commandery recognize this and are working to ensure that we meet those challenges. None of this is easy. We have survived and at times thrived over the course of the last 160 years, but we are now in a new place and some things will have to change without sacrificing who we are at our core. This is the last year of the 3 year plan that Sir Knights Steve Aldrete, Tom Thomas and I worked to develop. We had 5 big bets that we felt needed to be accomplished. They were one, to improve our relationship with Prince Hall. Two, to shorten our progressive line to make it more manageable and not quite as big of a commitment. Three, to bring our Grand Recorders office into the 21st century. Four, to clean up our Constitution. And five, to right our financial house. We have made steady progress on this plan and this year the last parts will fall into place. We owe a debt of gratitude to Sir Knights Steve and Tom for their efforts in making this plan reality. It is amazing what you can accomplish when you are not worried about who gets credit. My Bible Verse and theme for the year are the same. Psalm 118:24. “This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.” It is designed to remind you that this is a great day to be a Mason and Sir Knight in the State of California. Since this day is exactly as the Lord has made it, it is up to us to make the best use of what we have been given. Practice Masonry, Practice Templary. If we combine the tenants of Brotherly Love, relief and truth, with the teachings of our Lord and Savior, and prove to the world that we are better men for having done so, we will have people knocking on our doors wondering how they can become a part of this great organization. God Bless, Gregg Hall, KYGCH Grand Commander

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Gregg A. Hall Biography Sir Knight Gregg A. Hall was born May 31, 1965 in San Mateo, CA. He has been married to his Lady Chris since October 2010. He has two grown sons who are both firefighters, both have also chosen to become Masons and Sir Knights. His older son has also blessed him with two grandchildren. He fulfilled a promise he made to his mom before she passed by earning his college degree at the age of 48 and followed that up with an MBA. He has a wide variety of work experiences from Managing Retail Grocery stores to sales in the High Tech world to being a Financial Advisor. Currently he is the General Secretary of the Scottish Rite Valley of San Jose. Masonically, he was raised a Master Mason in Morgan Hill Lodge #463, now South Valley Lodge #187 in February of 2005 serving as Master in 2009 and Secretary from 2010 to 2017. He was an Inspector for the Grand Lodge from 2011 to 2014 and received the Hiram award in 2011. In May of 2005 he joined Howard Chapter #14, San Jose Council #20 and San Jose Commandery #10. Serving as Illustrious Master in 2008, Commander in 2010, and High Priest in 2011. He was awarded the Meritorious Service Award, Ish Sodi and Meritorious Service Medal from those bodies. And was Knighted a Knight of the York Cross of Honor in 2012 and currently serves that body as the Orator. He joined the Scottish Rite in October of 2005 and was made a Knight Commander of the Court of Honor in 2015 and served as both the Commander of Kadosh and Master of Kadosh and was Senior Warden in the Lodge of Perfection before being chosen to be the General Secretary. He is a member of the Central Coast Counties AMD, El Camino York Rite College, Clana Ruide Rude Knight Masons, Sciots Pyramid #9, Zorah Grotto, Central California Past Masters Association, and Manzanita OES, having served as the presiding officer in each of those bodies. He was also awarded the Order of the Purple Cross in 2017. He is currently an officer in Saint Francis Conclave Red Cross of Constantine, Golden State College of the SRICF, and New Covenant Tabernacle of the Holy Royal Arch Knight Templar Priests. And is a member of the Royal Order of Scotland. He was appointed to the progressive line of the Grand Commandery of California in 2012 by Sir Knight Bud Ramsey, progressing through the line and serving as the Department Commander of Department IV. At the Annual Conclave in 2018, it was his Great Honor to be elected and installed as the 160th Grand Commander of the State of California.

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“This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.” This quote is Psalm 118:24 and I have chosen it as both my bible verse for the year as well as my theme. Since this day is exactly as the Lord planned, let us all endeavor to make the best use of it. Since this is my first article as Grand Commander, I must first say a few thank you’s. I would like to thank the Sir Knights of California for entrusting me to serve this Grand Commandery. I would like to thank Sir Knight Bud Ramsey for having the confidence in me to appoint me to the line that I might have this opportunity to serve, and to both Bud and his Lady Susan for all their love and guidance through the years. And most importantly, I would like to thank my Lady Chris, for not only supporting me in all of my masonic activities, but for always being there and helping whenever there is a need. This year I had the opportunity to appoint many Sir Knights to leadership roles within the Grand Commandery. They are too numerous to name them all here but know that you are all an integral part of the team and we could not exist without your efforts. I do need to name just a few. My appointment to the progressive line and Grand Standard Bearer is Sir Knight Jordan Yelnick. I believe as you get to know him, you will also come to believe that when the time comes he will be well qualified to lead this Grand Commandery. Sir Knight Jordan also represents a generational change to the line and he will bring a new prospective that will help serve our younger members. I have also appointed Sir Knights Bill Bermudez, as Grand Sword Bearer, Dominick Gallagi as Grand Warder, and Nick Raisis as Grand Sentinel. In addition, I have appointed Sir Knight Bill Miklos as the Grand Orator. This is a new position for our Grand Commandery and not only will he present a talk at next year’s sessions, he will be putting together quarterly education pieces for your use at your Stated Conclaves. Finally, I ask you all to remember, that you are the face of Templary in California. While I am honored this year to sit in the East, it is you and your daily interactions with those around you that will leave the true lasting impression of what and who we are as Templars. Make that impression the very best it can be. Remember we are all masons first, and if we all practice the tenets of brotherly love, relief and truth and couple that with the teachings of our Lord and Savior, it should be an easy task. Grand Commander

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I have been a Mason and Templar for a little over 13 years now. One of the things I often hear is that “the Ladies are important, without them we couldn’t do what we do.” I want you to ask yourself, if you believe that is true, then what have you done to support the Ladies? Do you hold special events where they are included? Do you invite them to your dinners? Do you ask them what is important to them? Do they ever enter into your decision-making process, or do you simply expect them to show up and support whatever it was that you decided to do? My Lady Chris has been an integral part of my time moving through the Grand Commandery Line, so much so that we left Grand Sessions in 2010 and headed down to Disneyland where I asked her to marry me. She tells me that Sessions are one of her favorite Masonic Events, because she gets to see friends that she only sees once a year or so. She knows we care because, we think about the Ladies and what they want, things such as setting up the Hospitality Room the way they like it and helping to provide for the Ladies Lunches. Chris’s theme this year is Love. She is asking both herself and through me that every Commandery shows Christian Love. Do good things. Feed the hungry, cloth the naked and bind up the wounds of the afflicted. Do this both by yourselves and in groups. We are a Christian Organization. What have you done to demonstrate that to the world? Chris would like to hear back from every Commandery at the end of the year, just what it was that you did to make the world a better place and to demonstrate you are truly Christian Knights. Spend some time talking to the Ladies, you will be pleasantly surprised at the good ideas they have and their thoughts on how we can become better Masons and Templars. You can locate and find my full calendar at the Grand York Rite Website. You can also subscribe to it and get the calendar on your phone. There are a lot of great resource available there so please check it out. http://www.yorkriteofcalifornia.org

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COMPTCHE The Chapter Festival in Comptche this year had a successful conferral to 10 candidates! See below for the class, in green vests, pictured with the cast, which was led again this year by our Grand Lecturer, REC Steve Goad, as High Priest, with our Grand High Priest serving as Captain of the Host: This year marked the 46th Chapter Festival at the Tunzi Ranch in Comptche, which means that next year will be the 47th celebration, a significant number in Masonry. As explained in the Hieroglyphical Emblems of the Third Degree lecture, “The 47th Problem of Euclid was an invention of our ancient friend and brother, the great Pythagoras, who, in his travels through Asia, Africa and Europe, was initiated into several orders of Priesthood, and raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason.” The Comptche Outdoor Degree Association has, therefore, decided to name next year’s class in honor of Pythagoras, and establish a goal of 47 candidates! To achieve this laudable objective, it is crucial that all Companions begin now to identify prospective candidates, and continue to do so throughout the year, and be always ready to talk about the Royal Arch Degree. Plan on making a Lodge or a Family vacation out of the event and stay a few days! The Fish Fry Friday night and the BBQ Saturday night are always events of great conviviality, to be enjoyed by friends, brothers and family alike! Larry Tunzi, a Companion and owner of the Ranch, allows us to park RVs, or setup tents, on the property in order to enjoy the Festival without excess travel and boarding cost, if you choose to do so. In addition to the cook shack, there is a separate shack for dressing and showering, as well as men’s and women’s facilities. In the following picture, you can see some of the space that is available for parking RVs. Off to the right and left are areas under the trees for camping, enjoyed by many Companions each year.

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MARK MASTER AT GRAND LODGE Once again, the Grand Master is allowing us to use the Auditorium on Friday night, October 19th, to confer the Mark Master Degree. Remember as you recruit candidates that they do not have to pay anything for this Degree. They will have to pay fees only if and when they decide to take the remaining three capitular degrees. They will, however, need to complete a petition for all Degrees, and be balloted upon for them. The first year we did this, we had over 80 candidates. The second time, over 50 candidates. If you will visit your Blue Lodges in the next 3 months, and speak at each Stated meeting about this opportunity, we should be able to achieve a class of at least 100!

GRAND LECTURER Companions All! Summer is a busy time for us all preparing for Fall Festivals and Chapter conferrals. As you prepare don’t forget to lose those ritual books when the degree is presented live!! I would much rather see a properly equipped prompter moving to a place of best advantage around the Chapter room than sideliners throwing words from an open ritual in front of them! Ugh!! The ritual staff and your Officer’s Coach will be watching! I definitely want you to have a designated prompter rather than let your Companions on the floor die in the moment while trying to recall a word; but please respect your degree team by not throwing a word at them from the sidelines that may be wrong and even make it worse!?! We perform our Chapter degrees for our candidates AND the audience -- I don’t believe you would go to a play at a theater and correct the lines of the cast during the performance; so consider this as the same situation only more intimate AND more profound as well! Happy working and if you would like to have a professional quality 8.5” x 11” binder for your Chapter to prompt from, our Grand King, REC Lee Routt, will produce ONE for your Chapter at the cost of his efforts, upon request. I have seen it and approve its use ONLY by your designated prompter (yes, it’s large print) for conferring our ritual. I’m pretty certain that he is not volunteering to produce one of these large print binders for every RA Mason in CA; but every Chapter conferring our degrees, and that Should be EVERY one can avail themselves of this generous offer. We have Big plans for this fall as you can read from our GHP’s message; so it’s easy to say it’s a Great Time to be a Royal Arch Mason in CA! All the Best until next time. Your Most Humble Grand Lecturer- Steve

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SECRETARY ESSENTIALS Forms and Documents you will need are located at the Grand York Rite website, which is: www.yorkriteofcalifornia.org. Scroll down and click on "York Rite Forms and Documents" Then click on Grand Chapter logo. A window opens where you enter the userid, which is "cagyr" and the password, which is "brio" Scroll down to Officers Manual, which has info for the Secretary, and print that out. Priorities are as follows: 1. Membership control -- Especially important is the very last item, “Royal Arch Monthly Report.” If you fill this out each month, whenever you encounter changes to the membership, you will find it much easier at the end of the year to produce the year-end report, which is used to compute the amount of per capita the Chapter needs to pay. That payment is due by Jan 15th each year. Important changes to your membership include new members, demits, remits and deaths. Maintain e-mail addresses for members and you can easily then forward the monthly newsletter, The WORKMAN, to them. 2. Per Capita -- The Per Capita payment, due each Jan 15th, does not require action by the Chapter to be paid. You will need good, up-to-date membership data in order to compute the end-of-year number of active members that is crucial to computing your per capita payment. Without good data you will most likely overpay your per capita requirement. It is sensible to wait until the first of the new year to begin your process. It is also sensible, if you have access to the Grand Lodge database, to check each member to see if they are still alive 3. Insurance -- The Insurance payment, due each July 15th, does not require action by the Chapter to be paid. You will be billed for the payment by the Grand Secretary. 4. Lodge Book of Marks – Maintain this up-to-date, or perhaps arrange for a PHP to take on the responsibility of maintaining. 5. Minutes – Take good minutes, but don’t over-do it by trying to capture everything that is said. Focus on having a clear representation of motions made and the vote count by which they passed or failed. In addition to keeping petitions in a separate file, it is good practice to replicate the basic petitioner information in the minutes. It is also a good practice to keep the names of attendees at each meeting in the minutes. If conferring a degree, keep a copy of the cast members and the candidate(s). 6. Grand Chapter – Before the May meeting, remind the Dais officers they are responsible to attend, and arrange a stipend if your Chapter can afford it. Remind members who expect to attend to be sure to take their dues cards. If Dais Officers cannot attend, they may issue a proxy, or the Chapter may elect a representative. The appropriate forms can be obtained on the Grand York Rite website: Scroll to "Elected Representative and Proxy Credentials." 7. Order of High Priesthood – Be sure the current HP and PHPs know they are eligible to receive this Order. In fact, it is a Constitutional requirement!

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Activities around the State & Beyond The 160th Grand Conclave has ended and Sir Knight LeRoy Kifer is our Grand Commander! Congratulations to a great year for Past Grand Commander Charles Clarage! Pictured Left-Right are Grand Master Scott Pedley, Grand High Priest John Pratt, Grand Master Cryptic Masons Richard Moen, & Grand Commander LeRoy Kifer. These are the leaders of the Wisconsin York Rite and they are all in agreement that we will work together for our mutual goals!

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San Diego Royal Arch Team (San Diego Chapter 61, Tyre Chapter 130 and Triangle Chapter 155) Exulted 8 new Companions to the august degree of Royal Arch Masons - 6/16/18. Great Work and capping the evening with a sumptuous dinner to celebrate.

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More pictures different Photographer from Internet

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Scholarships Companions, your children, grandchildren, & for some, great-grandchildren may receive financial help for attending school. After opening up Scholarship Center website, have them go to bottom of page & find the Scholarship Manual in (PDF format – 450KB) to download. There they will find instructions for filling out the forms. This is the link which will take you to the public Grand Lodge web page on scholarships. All the information you need should be right there. This is a complete manual that you can download that talk about all of the scholarships available from the California Masonic Foundation as well as the Scottish Rite, York Rite, Eastern Star, High Twelve, DeMolay, Job’s Daughters, & Rainbow for Girls. California Royal Arch $1,000 Scholarship requirements: A member of the Masonic Family (ie: Rainbow, Jobs Daughter or Demolay); A US Citizen; A California Resident; A 3.0 Grade Point Average; Deadline to apply: March 1, 2018 Once chosen, the award of $1,000 is renewable for a total of 5 years, as long as the requirements are maintained. Do you know a Rainbow Girl, Job's Daughter or DeMolay that could benefit by knowing this information? What are you waiting for - make that call!

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Leadership & Communication A publication is meant to be a communication entity, selling your product, whether it is selling what you love to accomplish or selling a physical device – you must communicate. Current distribution plan for the Encompasser is to place a digital copy of the Encompasser into the hands of the Secretary/Recorder and let him publish to the members of his York Rite Body. The “forgotten” person with this distribution plan are those members without a computer, those members still using “Snail Mail to communicate, a phone book to look up a phone number, and still looking for a phone booth in which to place a call and I remember when “Mr. Clark Kent, a newspaper reporter” used the phone booth to quickly change into “Superman”. How can we reach out to the “forgotten” member, to let him know about the “happenings” in your local body of York Rite? How can we reach out to him and not only when a special occasion arises? Rememberreaching out to our “forgotten member” is costly; postage, ink, paper, copies, time, and permit cost.

Communications As mentioned in previous editions of the Encompasser, communications are vital to assist those seeking further light in Masonry. 1) Howl about the Encompasser, a quarterly publication by Grand York Rite far and wide, and encourage each of your York Rite bodies to have and read a copy; 2) Growl about the Workman, a monthly publication by the Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons to the leaders of all your bodies and to your membership; 3) Mutter about the Sword and Trowel, a monthly publication by the Grand Council Cryptic Masons to the leaders of all your bodies and to your membership; 4) Bellow about our websites, access your websites and inform your Companions about their existence: Grand York Rite of California Golden State Chapter Documents Grand York Rite on Facebook And as you continue into this York Rite year, make every effort you can to continually remind your membership of the Colorado River Fall Festival every October. Confer the Mark Master often, building interest in our brethren to pursue further light in Masonry.

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CONTACT INFORMATION Anthony Yuson, KYGCH Phone: Email: Calendar:

(650) 740-9020 atyuson1@gmail.com http://www.yorkriteofcalifornia.org/royalarch/ghpcalendar.html

William S. Dann, KTCH, KYGCH Phone: Email: Calendar:

(707) 442-3036 bdann@nrmcorp.com http://yorkriteofcalifornia.org/council/calendar.html

Gregg A. Hall, KYGCH Phone: Email: Calendar:

(562) 555-1212 (Cellular) greggahall@gmail.com

http://yorkriteofcalifornia.org/commandery/itinerary.html

Philip Hardiman, KTCH, KCT, KYGCH, PGHP Grand Secretary/Recorder 1123 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 E-mail: sec-rec@yorkriteofcalifornia.org

Thomas A Krummell, KCT. KYCH Assistant Grand Secretary/Recorder 1123 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814 E-mail: assistant-sec-rec@yorkriteofcalifornia.org

Richard E. Thornton, KCT, KYCH Phone: Email:

(209) 747-9518 richard@yorkriteofcalifornia.org

Grand York Rite of California Golden State Research Chapter Facebook

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164rd Most Excellent Companion Anthony P. Yuson, KYGCH Grand High Priest Royal Arch Masons California Ancient Chapter No. 31 Leland G. Routt, Grand King Stockton Chapter No. 2 Robert V. Wright, Jr., PGHP, Grand Treasurer Oxnard Chapter No. 86

Richard W. Bullard, Grand Scribe San Diego Chapter No. 61 Phil Hardiman, KYGCH, PGHP, Grand Secretary Sacramento Chapter No. 3

Steven R. Goad, PGHP, Grand Lecturer Norris C. Viles Chapter No. 153 Jerry Kaplan, Grand Chaplain North Doric Chapter No. 66 Thomas A. Krummell, Assistant Grand Secretary Delta Chapter No. 27

Mariano Quinto, Grand Chaplain South San Diego Chapter No. 61 Raymond A. Broomfield, Grand Captain of the Host Ventura Chapter No. 50

R. Scott Husmann, Grand Principal Sojourner Delta Chapter No. 27

Thomas Chavez, Grand Royal Arch Captain California Chapter No. 1

Jerrold Miller, Grand Master of the Third Veil Oakland Chapter No. 36

Theodore Wisse, Grand Master of the Second Veil Ancient Chapter No. 31

Cleveland Valrey, Grand Master of the First Veil Oakland Chapter No. 36 David Edward Sokol, Grand Marshal North Shasta Chapter No. 9 Arthur Walton, Grand Musician Siminoff Chapter No. 163

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Antonio Cimarra, Grand Orator California Chapter No. 1 Teodorico “TJ� Oliva, Grand Marshal South Signet Chapter No. 57 Michael Patterson, Grand Sentinel Doric Chapter No. 66

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158th Most Illustrious Companion Grand Master Cryptic Masons William S. Dann, KTCH, KYGCH Pacific Council No. 37 & Anne Right Illustrious Companion Eduardo Estrada, KYCH Deputy Grand Master Omega Council No. 11 & Natasha Most Illustrious Companion Robert A. L. Whitfield, KYGCH, MIPGM GRAND TREASURER Oakland Council No. 12 & Genie

Right Illustrious Companion Robert A. Morrison, KYCH Grand Principal Conductor of the Work Butte Council No. 50 & Pauline Most Illustrious Companion Philip Hardiman, KTCH, KCT, KYGCH, PGHP Grand Recorder Sacramento Council No. 1 & Nancy

Most Illustrious Companion William E. Price, KYGCH, MIPGM GRAND DIRECTOR OF RITUAL California Council No. 2 & Janet Right Illustrious Companion Richard E. Thornton, KCT, KYCH GRAND CHAPLAIN (North) Stockton Council No. 5 & Cara Right Illustrious Companion Peter G. Champion, KYCH Grand Captain of the Guard San Luis Obispo Council No. 38 & Janice Right Illustrious Companion Michael T. Sherman, KYCH GRAND STEWARD Helix Council No. 58 Right Illustrious Companion William Miklos III, KYCH GRAND ORATOR Amador Council No. 31 & Angelica Right Illustrious Companion Efren D. Prado, KYCH GRAND MARSHAL (North) King Solomon's Council No. 29 Right Illustrious Companion K. Mark Harris GRAND SOLOIST/MUSICIAN Oakland Council No. 12

Right Illustrious Companion John Edward Bickerstaff GRAND CHAPLAIN (SOUTH) H. Edward Barr's Oasis Council No. 64 & Jennifer Right Illustrious Companion Guy M. Chalmers, KYCH GRAND CONDUCTOR OF THE COUNCIL Redwood Empire Council No. 46 & Jeanne Right Illustrious Companion Jeffrey A. White, KYCH GRAND SENTINEL Pacific Council No. 37 & Lisa Right Illustrious Companion Thomas A. Krummell, KCT, KYCH ASSISTANT GRAND RECORDER Gateway Council No. 13 & Marcia Right Illustrious Companion Ronald W. Alcorn III, KYCH GRAND MARSHAL (South) Alhambra Council No. 25 Right Illustrious Companion Andrew B. Pippin, KYCH GRAND BIBLE BEARER Ventura Council No. 15 & Julia

Right Illustrious Companion Gary Richard Quintrell, KYCH GRAND STANDARD BEARER Pacific Council No. 37 & Heidi

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Sir Knight Gregg A. Hall, KYGCH 159th Right Eminent Commander Grand Commandery, Knights Templar of California San Jose Commandery No. 10 Sir Knight William A. McBroome, Jr, KYCH Deputy Grand Commander Eureka Commandery No. 35 Sir Knight David W. Studley, KYCH Grand Captain General Pacific Commandery No. 3 Sir Knight Roger S. Ross, KYCH Grand Junior Warden Orange County Commandery No. 36 Sir Knight Stephen E. Alderete, KYGCH, PGC Grand Treasurer St. Bernard Commandery No. 23 Sir Knight Jordan T. Yelinek, KYCH Grand Standard Bearer Morris Siminoff Commandery No. 80

Sir Knight Cirilo P. Marquez, KYCH Grand Generalissimo Los Angeles Commandery No. 9 Sir Knight Craig L. Flagtwet, KYCH Grand Senior Warden St. Bernard Commandery No. 23 Sir Knight Raymond E. Davies Grand Prelate Golden West Commandery 43 Sir Knight Phil Hardiman, KTCH, KCT, KYGCH, PGHP Grand Recorder Sacramento Commandery No. 2 Sir Knight William D. Bermudez, KYCH Grand Sword Bearer Oakland Commandery No. 11

Sir Knight Dominick Gallagi, KYCH Grand Warder Golden Gate Commandery No. 16

Sir Knight Nicholas C. Raisis, KYCH Grand Sentinel California Commandery No. 1

Sir Knight William Miklos, III, KYCH Grand Orator El Dorado Commandery No. 4

Sir Knight Thomas A. Krummell, KCT, KYCH Assistant Grand Recorder Auburn Commandery No. 52

Sir Knight James G. Baum, KCT, KYGCH Director of Ritual High Desert Commandery No. 79

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Grand Sessions in Pictures

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Most Illustrious Companion Lee Whelan, Past Grand Master Cryptic Masons

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Most Illustrious Companion William S. Dann KTCH, KYGCH

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Most Illustrious Companion “Smiling Bob” Whitfield, KYGCH, MIPGM

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OMG this is Most Illustrious Companion David Past Grand Master Cryptic Masons and he is still Married

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Most Illustrious Companion Brett Past Grand Master Cryptic Masons of California

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Most Illustrious Companion McKeay Past Grand Master Cryptic Masons of California

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Boy there really is nothing “Tiny� about this Guy, he even feels up the picture, gotta wonder if we have a complete picture of him in one frame Most Illustrious Companion Fredrick Potter Past Grand Master Cryptic Masons of California

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Most Illustrious Companion Joe Ryland (2007) Past Grand Master Cryptic Masons of California

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This guy is not a Most only a Right but will be a Most in 2020 and in 2020 his vision will be 2020 Right Illustrious Companion Robert Morrison Grand Principal Conductor of the Work, Cryptic Masons

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Do not know these two Knights but one is old and one is young, now how do I know that, well one fills out his jacket as most Knights Templar and this other, his jacket goes straight down – no bulge

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And let us not forget, not never, forget our Lady’s

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Encompasser - July 2018  

A Quarterly Newsletter Publication by Grand York Rite of California

Encompasser - July 2018  

A Quarterly Newsletter Publication by Grand York Rite of California

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