40TH REIGN OFFICERS
HISTORIAN – John Walmsley
SERGEANT AT ARMS – Ryan Connelly
CONSTITUTION ADVISOR – Craig LaChance
MINISTER OF PROTOCOL /SHOWS – Anne De Pressent
KEEPER OF THE CROWN JEWELS – The 3 Monarchs
KEEPER OF THE LIGHTS AND PROPS – Rae
PAGENT CHAIR – Craig LaChance
PRESIDENT OF BOARD – Doug Flanders
VICE-PRESIDENT OF BOARD – Greg Campbell
TREASURER – Craig LaChance
SECRETARY – Anne Henderson
BOARD MEMBER – Jim Hartley / Summer
BOARD MEMBER – Ryan Connelly / Shamrock
BOARD MEMBER – Aaron Talbert / Veronika
BOARD MEMBER – Emperor Eddy Del Ray
MONARCH MEMBER – Jose Martinez / Percilla
MONARCH MEMBER – Cary McCarthy / Marilyn
MONARCH MEMBER – Kyle Rolland / Seranatee
MONARCH MEMBER – Reba McEnwhat-Bixler
DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF MONARCHS
JERRY SWETT ADMINISTRATORS
Gregory Campbell / Bridgette
Jimmy Canada / Andrea
Ryan Connelly / Shamrock
Richard Tuttle / Tsunami
Kyle Rolland / Seranitee
Aaron Talbert / Veronika
Richard Tuttle / Tsunami
JIMMY MOORE ADMINISTRATORS
Scott Lewis / Reba
Jose Martinez / Percilla
Jim Hartley / Summer
Cary McCarthy / Marilyn
The Imperial Sceptre of the ISGCI was originally designed by the ISGCI King Father, Ken Litz-Bixler many decades ago. This original Sceptre was first acknowledged and used when the ISGCI Queen Mother, Victoria, reigned as Gem Empress XIX. sceptre2
Ken states that when Victoria had the Sceptre that it wasn’t completely finished yet, so a part of the staff only had velvet wrapped around it. Victoria would hide this ‘issue’ with her hand while holding the Sceptre.
Gem Empress XVII, Brittany, was the last Monarch to have and use the original Sceptre. During her reign the Sceptre broke and a replacement was fashioned from parts of the original.
The gem that adorns the ISGCI’s current Sceptre is a replacement of the one that was donated by Gem Emperor II, Glenn, for the second-designed Sceptre. The current version was adorned to the the Sceptre when Glenn’s gem broke.
Imperial State Empress Crown
The Imperial State Crown is the second design incarnation for the Gem Court’s imperial regalia, with the original crown design — whom some refer to affectionately as “the dog dish” or, more simply, as “the ashtray” — having been retired during Reign 25.
It was our Wonderful Gem Empress XXII and XXV Marilynn who designed our current State Crown for the ISGCI’s 25th Anniversary. Marilynn has said that she wanted something everyone could remember and identify as Idaho.
The State Crown gets passed from Empress to Empress on the night of crowning.