officiate

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officiate (as something) (at something)

to serve as an official or moderator at some event. They asked me to officiate as a judge at the contest. Laura will officiate as parade marshal.
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For example, religious leaders often serve as licensed wedding officiators and serve a prominent role in supporting covenant marriages, but they do not have any say as to the judicial determinations on legal issues surrounding actual legal marriage or separation or divorce, which requires judicial intervention.
The contest features a huge prize package that includes his and her wedding bands, the Clearwater wedding venues ceremony site and officiator, a certified wedding specialist, the reception site, help with coordination, elegant centerpieces, food and beverage and of course- the wedding cake.
The package includes an officiator, wedding license appointment, flowers, live music, a photo CD, wedding cake and champagne with keepsake crystal flutes.
Officiator information can be accessed through your civic centre of choice.
Vandever and the ceremony officiator were on hand to help the 3-millionth couple celebrate the milestone event.
Vandever, the ceremony officiator, and the 3-millionth wedded couple.
While the number of guests at a wedding can range from the bride, groom and wedding officiator to a cast of thousands, the majority of those polled (53%) prefer to have fewer than 100 guests.
Robert Henry Darville III and Dennis Patrick Darville, the ceremony's officiators, welcomed guests before the groom and groomsmen descended the rotunda balcony.
More than 120 disabled young people aged between 14 and19 took to the court for the dramatic competition which was supported once more by top outfit Glamorgan Gladiators, who supplied expert referees and officiators on the day.