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Almost 150 DeMolays and Advisors from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia met in Washington, D.C. to attend the 27th Annual Region II Mid Atlantic Tournament of Champions (MATOC) over the weekend of September 10-12, 2010. The 2010 MATOC was host to over 60 competing teams that performed more than 20 hours of DeMolay ritual in a single day!

TOURNAMENT SITE - All competition events took place in the heart of our Nation's Capital at the Almas Shrine Temple - located at 1315 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005-3307 (View Map). This beautiful building provided MATOC competitors with several competition areas and various other rooms for contests and support functions.

TOURNAMENT HOTEL - The Hamilton Crown Point Plaza was the official 2010 tournament hotel. Located adjacent to the tournament site at 1001 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005 (View Map), the hotel was conveniently located within walking distance of the White House, Smithsonian museums, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, and many other area attractions. The hotel is one block from the McPherson Square Metro station (blue and orange lines) and four blocks east of the Farragut North (Red Line) Metro station. It is 5 miles from Reagan National Airport. For more information about the hotel, visit the web site: http://www.crowneplaza.com/h/d/cp/1/en/hotel/WASKS/.

THE CONTESTS - As in previous years, MATOC offered competition in 3 divisions for 17 individual and team categories. See our contest archives for a list of this year's winning teams!

The Region II Mid Atlantic Tournament of Champions committee thanks the following DeMolays and Advisors who made this weekend possible by volunteering their time and efforts to judge the competitions: Wally Harden (Catonsville-Palestine - Maryland), Tom Sellers (Edwin Albert Mroz - Virginia), Sterling DeBold (Catonsville-Palestine - Maryland), Scott Solomon (Cmdr W L Herndon - Virginia), Richard Naegele (Maryland DeMolay - Maryland), Michael Morehouse (Virginia DeMolay - Virginia), JoAnn England (Maryland DeMolay - Maryland), Linda Aspinwall (General Torbert - Delaware), Lenny Demoranville (Woodlawn - Virginia), Lee Reich (Catonsville-Palestine - Maryland), John Stallings (Prince William - Virginia), Kristin Demoranville (Woodlawn - Virginia), Tom Labagh (Pennsylvania DeMolay - Pennsylvania), Rebecca Gotsch (Catonsville-Palestine - Maryland), David Berry (Elizabethtown - Pennsylvania), Lee Linder (Catonsville-Palestine - Maryland), Doug Aspinwall (General Torbert - Delaware), Christopher Gotsch (Catonsville-Palestine - Maryland), Randy Watson (Maryland DeMolay - Maryland), Dawn Hanlon (Catonsville-Palestine - Maryland).
     
 
This web site acknowledges the authority of, and yields allegiance to, DeMolay International, of which Frank S. Land was founder, and to the Executive Officers of Region II. This page was last updated on Wednesday, September 15, 2010. For questions or comments - thomas.sellers@gmail.com