Burbank Masons install new officers
Burbank Lodge #406 F & A M, of California, has installed new officers. The master (presiding officer) is Elvan (“Al”) Moen. He and his wife, Lori, have been residents of Burbank for the past 42 years. He is a retired police officer, member of Burbank First United Methodist Church and member of the board of directors, Wesley Homes, Inc. (senior housing nonprofit corporation in Burbank).
Other officers are Steven R. Harris, senior warden; Billy D. Campbell, junior warden; William A. Cunningham, treasurer; Norman A. Furman, secretary; Tommy Quiroz, chaplain; Eric R. Rhoades, assistant secretary; Erik Adams, senior deacon; Todd H. Nicholas, junior deacon; David J. Williams, marshal; Simon A. McIlroy, senior steward; Jeremy Chongco, junior steward; Andrew E. McReynolds, organist; Anthony L. Sandino, tiler.
California Masons opened some of the first public schools in America and lobbied in the 1800s for state-supported education and colleges. Today, Masons provide support for California’s public schools in many ways. Burbank Masons annually have a public schools observance, recognizing a deserving student and teacher at each level within the Burbank School District.
Vocalist performs in sign language
Liz Vigil will perform sign language to songs by Melissa Manchester and Faith Hill for members of the California Retired Teachers Assn. Glendale — Foothill Division 11 at their Monday meeting at the Elks Lodge, 120 E. Colorado St., Glendale.