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Three of America's most significant symbols of freedom - The Liberty Bell, Constitution, and 1777 design of the Stars and Stripes, all with historic roots in Pennsylvania - will decorate the striking Family of Freemasonry float in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year's Day. As the 35-ft. "Let Freedom Ring" float passes, the sound of the Liberty Bell will be heard. On each side of the Constitution will be six youth from DeMolay, Rainbow for Girls, and Job's Daughters, all dressed in the regalia of their organizations. We are reminded that a number of the leaders who framed the documents portrayed on the float were Freemasons.

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