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Meeting Time and Place
Fourth Monday
1:00 PM
Congressional Church of Soquel
Parish Hall
4951 Soquel Dr, Soquel 95073

Annual Dues: $ 45.00
Initiation Fee: $ 15.00

Parlor Scholarships
Deadline: February 27, 2021

* Cabrillo College Application
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High School Application

 

Santa Cruz No. 26 - Santa Cruz

Instituted March 17, 1888

Santa Cruz County

The Parlor was named Santa Cruz because of the Santa Cruz mission and the name of the city. Santa Cruz in Spanish means "city of the holy Cross."

The official seal of Santa Cruz Parlor was designated by a native son, Charloes M. Maderia, an artiist, who tried to depict the great beauty and abundance of California. The golden sun, rising from the purple hills, represents the wealth of California's soil. In the background is a banner upon which the bear of our state flag appears. in the foreground, standing beside a stream of life-giving water, are our pioneer mothers. One is sowing and the other reaping, but bother are helping their loved ones to settle this peaceful land. Arching above the banner are twenty-one stars, while encircling all is the golden chain of friendship.