The Grand Master's medallion depicts Freemasonry in the great state of Pennsylvania. The altar is in the center
with the Holy Bible, Square and Compasses and the Three Great Lights of Freemasonry. In a triangular form about this
altar are the three lesser lights of Freemasonry representing the sun, the moon and the Worshipful Master.
On the outside of the keystone are two Brazen Pillars, one engraved with the word "Masonry" and the other with the
word "Family." Both are joined together with two branches of laurel, representing the love that Freemasonry and our
families share, and the words "United Together as One." All are under the vision of the All Seeing Eye, which
enters the innermost recesses of the heart and rewards us according to our faithfulness and merit.