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HI-NOBLE KHEDIVE SHRINE CENTER

Second Quarter

Attend the 2017 Imperial Session Page 2

Shriners International Awareness Day Inside Back Page

2017

The Imperial Member Directory Page 36

Khedive rodeo June 9th and 10th Flyer Page 1


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I N T H I S I SS U E FEATURES

UNITS & CLUBS

07 - Assistant Rabban

18 - Arab Patrol

16 - Calendar June - September

19 - Autos

06 - Chief Rabban

19 - Beach Bum Brothers

34 - Easter Egg Hunt Photos 25 - Ill. Sir Monell Fez Box 15 - Director of Transportation 11 - Director of Uniformed Units 07 - Donation Form

23 - Chesapeake Shrine Club

12 - Franklin Shrine Club

20 - Clowns 27 - Color Guard 22 - Drum & Bugle Corps

08 - High Priest & Prophet

20 - Golf Club

31 - Hi-Noble Boosters

18 - Khedive Carts

15 - Hospital Trips Report

29 - Legion of Honor

14 - In Memory 14 - Million Dollar Club Donations 09 - Oriental Guide 13 - Philadelphia Hospital Report 04 - Potentate’s Message

08 - Chesapeake Shrine Club 06 - Creekmore Hardware

12 - Khedive Happenings

05 - Imperial Session Hotel Info

Inside Front Cover - Beach Ford

24 - Band

21 - Directors Staff

13 - Greenville Report

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23 - Mini 18 Wheelers 26 - Provost Guard

24 - Jennifer Carr Photography 11 - Hoggard-Eure Associates 10 - Maguire & Sons Autos 06 - Philbrick Inc. 13 - Pro-Specs Home Inspections 19 - Ramsey Equipment Company

25 - Scooters

11 - Retirement Readiness Kit

26 - Suffolk Shrine Club

12 - Suffolk Shrine Club

28 - Swashbucklers

05 - Recorder’s Desk

28 - Tidewater Shrine Club

33 - Shrine Night Admirals Photos

27 - Yacht Club

08 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club 14 - Yacht Club

Khedive BUSINESS MEETINGS 2017 Dues Card Required for Admittance

May 25, 2017 Meetings on Thursday September 21, 2017 Dinner 6:30 pm November 2, 2017 Meeting 7:30 pm Attest: Wayne Kelly - Recorder Yours in the Faith, John Howe, Potentate

WEAR YOUR FEZ

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Potentate’s Message

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John Howe

llustrious Sirs & Nobles All, The first four months of my tenure as Potentate have flown by at breakneck speed. There aren’t enough hours in the day nor days in a week to get everything done that I’d like to. There have been a few distractions that weren’t planned along the way, not the least of which has been moving and settling into a new home, selling the old one, and the accounting issues that I spoke about at the January business meeting. By the time that you will be reading this, I hope to have all three behind us. I want to say a hearty “Thank You” to the Nobles and the Ladies that helped us plan and hold the Potentate’s Ball at the end of February. I’ve put the event in the “huge success” portion of the mental tally sheet. Our decorating committee did a world class job of dressing up temple and the hospitality room. The Chief Aide’s staff took great pains to make sure that the Ball came off as planned and did an excellent job of staffing and provisioning the hospitality room, as well as coordination transportation for our guests to and from the Hillbillies Breakfast and between the hotel and the temple. The band put on a performance and the caterer fed us a meal that could not have been better. Again, Val’s and my heartfelt thank you to those of you that worked so hard to make it a wonderful world-class event. Our Children’s Easter Egg Hunt also came off without a hitch. The Easter Bunny showed up and hosted the hunt, and left several Easter Eggs outside for the children to find. The Clowns made plenty of

balloon animals and other implements for them. They had a lot of fun playing on the blow-up rides, collecting the eggs, sitting on the Easter Bunny’s lap for pictures, and discovering the treasures that the Easter Bunny had placed in the eggs. After lots of fun and being filled up on sweets, they departed for home with smiles on their faces. Our next big event is or Spring Ceremonial on the 12th and 13th of May, followed a short four weeks later with the Rodeo on the 9th and 10th of June. I hope to see as many of you as possible come out for the open house on the evening of the 12th and for the Ceremonial on the 13th to properly welcome and support our new Nobles. The Rodeo is one of our biggest Temple fundraisers and is an “All Hands” event. It takes a lot of help before, during and after the event to set up for, execute and clean up after the event. I expect each unit and club to assist in putting this event on in some way. Each unit and club will need to have a representative at each of the planning meetings to discuss their part in the Rodeo. Let’s work together to make this a successful event for the benefit of all of us. Lastly, The Imperial Session is coming up in July in Daytona Beach, and MASA and SASA are coming up in September. Please watch for announcements in the near future regarding these important conventions. Again, I ask each of you to please talk to the Worshipful Master of your Lodge and ask him to invite us to come and talk. I’m willing to go myself, we have a Speaker’s Bureau member who was a patient when he was in his youth, and it’s possible to arrange for a Shriner’s patient & parent to attend and speak. I hope to see you at the various events at the Temple. Yours in the Faith John Howe


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Recorder’s Desk

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Wayne Kelly

reetings Nobles all - It has been a busy time since the January 14th elections and YOUR Divan has hit the ground running. As a reminder, the Khedive Temple Rodeo (June 9-10) is approaching fast, and the Rodeo Committee, working with Nobles Joe Ramsey and Kenny Askew, are again working to make this event a major Temple fundraiser. So Nobles, be a Rodeo Daddy and send your Rodeo tickets back with $30.00, or more. Or you keep the tickets and send the money in to support this Temple fundraiser.

The Khedive Temple’s Seafood Feast will be held on Saturday, August 26th. Mark your calendar. This is an event that you do not want to miss. Nobles, don’t forget your dues. As of this writing, we have 178 Nobles who haven’t paid their dues for 2017. The Temple must pay the per capita and hospital assessment regardless for Nobles who are on the rolls as of January 1st each year. Take a look in your wallet and if you haven‘t paid your dues, please do so. Remember we have to have a Temple before we can support our charity—the Shriner‘s Hospitals for Children. Come on out and support your Temple and enjoy the festivities. If you are a new Noble, or a Noble who doesn‘t belong to a Unit or Club, contact me and let me know and I‘ll introduce you to the Nobility. The Divan will also make you feel at home and you’ll want to come to all the Temple functions. Call me (757-420-4510) and I’ll break the ice for you, plus give you all the details. All Units and Clubs should be gearing up and making plans to attend the Imperial Session (July 8-13), Fall MASA (September 7-9) and Fall SASA (September 14-16). In closing, don’t forget the Business Meetings on September 21st and November 2nd, 2017. Come on out and get all the news. For more information call the Recorder‘s Office at 420-4510. Es Selamu Aleikum, Wayne Kelly - Recorder

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reetings Nobles. The first 4 months have been a whirlwind of activity. The Divan hit the ground running in January and has not stopped. At the official visits, we were received with great hospitality and fellowship. Your HP&P, Bill Hoggard, and I attended spring SASA meeting in Columbia South Carolina and the SASA leadership has some exciting new ideas for the upcoming meetings. Next year spring SASA will be held in New Bern, North Carolina at Sudan. We have begun the Parade season. We had a great turn out for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. I hope you will support all the upcoming parades and show Khedive Spirit to all who come out. Our Spring Ceremonial is coming up on May 1213. We need new members. I know that we will come through with petitions to keep our fraternity and temple running for the future. Most of our Units and Clubs have begun with their fundraisers. Support those that you can. I’d like to remind you when you split your money to remember your Temple. We have a Board of Trustees that are working hard on the repairs and upkeep of your Temple. We owe them a big Thank You for all their efforts. Please keep in mind that the Divan is here to serve you, the Nobles. If we can be of help, please don’t hesitate to call any one of us. Yours in Faith Mike Coffman - Chief Rabban


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Assistant Rabban Oscar Obsuna

ear Nobles and Ladies. As we approach the second quarter of 2017, your Divan under the leadership of Illustrious John Howe is on track charting the future of our Temple. Rest assured that we are behind him to fulfill his endeavors not only during his tenure but for years to come for the future of our Temple. I am sorry being inactive the past few months. My Lady and I have experienced a situation that’s beyond our control. First I would like to thank my Lady whole heartedly for the love and care she gave me during this difficult period. On behalf of Lady Violy and I, we would like to thank the whole Nobility and the Ladies for the prayers, phone calls, cards and flowers we received during this difficult moment in our lives. We truly appreciate everything.

For the Units and Clubs functions that I have missed, I am truly sorry. During my absence recuperating, it gave me time to re-energize and reassess my dreams and vision for our Temple. I want to visit all Units and Clubs in the coming days to make up for the days that I’ve missed. It is sad to know that Noble John Glauner already left us for the celestial lodge in heaven. I was recuperating and it was too late when I found out. He was a brother chief, a confidant and a true brother . I always enjoyed the short discussions and the short time we’re together. I will miss him so much and I will keep him in my heart . Yours in the faith, Oscar Obsuna Assistant Rabban

Khedive Shrine Center, 645 Woodlake Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23320

DONATIONS AND MEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Donation in honor of Donation in memory of Khedive Shrine Transportation Fund $____________________ Khedive Shrine Building Fund $____________________ Khedive Shrine Center $____________________ Shriners Hospitals for Children $____________________ Hospital? Cincinnati____ Greenville____ Philadelphia____

$____________________ 100.00_______________ $100 Million Dollar Club $________ *Given by: Address City State Zip Phone # *Please acknowledge my gift to: Address City State Zip


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Bill Hoggard

obles, what a four months it’s been and now looking forward to a busy summer. Looking back I want to thank you Nobles for the hospitality extended to myself, Lady Marion and the Divan on all of our visits with the Nobility. I have traveled to Tampa with Terry Riley for the Sports Seminar, which was held at Shriners International Headquarters, where a lot of good information was passed on by the participants and guest speakers. My second trip was to Spring SASA in Columbia, S.C., a productive meeting, but I was not so lucky in the drawing

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for parade position in Myrtle Beach, number 14, sorry but it could have been number 20. Nobles we are starting our busy season with parades, fundraisers, the Rodeo, Seafood Feast and Golf Classic. Your Temple needs your participation to make our Temple successful. We need all of you! Nobles, check the calendars for events. Some important ones, Business meeting May 25th, Spring Ceremonial May 12-13. We need candidates, visit your Blue Lodge, talk to a brother and give him a petition. It’s the only place we can get members. We also have several parades, NATO April 29, Holland May 20, Strawberry May 27 and the Ceremonial parade. These parades are a good way for to be visible in our community. We need good participation in all of the parades. Nobles, as the Million Dollar Club Chairman, I want to thank all of you that have given to the endowment in the past and this year. This endowment as you know, supports our Hospitals. Anyone who would like to contribute, can call the office and Anne will take of it for you or Wayne or myself can also do it when we visit. Nobles, we have some work to do, on membership, fundraising and taking care of our building. If we all work together we can make Khedive really great again. With that being said, participation will bring our Temple forward. See you on the street! Yours in the faith Bill Hoggard

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PLEASE ENROLL ME AS A MEMBER OF THE 100 MILLION DOLLAR CLUB _____I previously made a Will leaving a Bequest (of $100 or more) to the SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN Endowment Fund. _____I Have added a provision in my Will leaving a Bequest (of $100 or more) to the SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN Endowment Fund. _____I prefer to make a cash donation at this time (of $100 or more). Make your check payable to: SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN Signed _______________________________ Temple ______________________________ Address______________________________ City_________________________________ State_________________ Zip___________ Please have the membership certificate read: __________________________________ __________________________________

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Mark Cook

y wife continues to be excited about the Oriental Guide position since I am gone at least two nights a week. Visiting units, clubs and Divan meetings make for a pretty full calendar. I recently attended Oriental Guide school in Tampa with 177 members from the 199 Temples throughout Shrine International, it was a good school. I was fortunate to attend with Oscar and my peers from the other 3 Virginia Shrine Centers. We toured Shrine headquarters and saw many things of interest, including the guns John Wayne used in most of his movies. If you are visiting Tampa take the time to visit, and also the hospital. This article marks the halfway point of our magazine. Printing costs are absorbed through our contributions to the Hi Noble Booster’s Club. It is never too late to join. The cost is merely ten dollars. Join today and see your name in print. To anyone joining for the last two issues of the Hi Noble; you will receive a free pass to the next business meeting. Thank you for your help.

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Director of Uniformed Units Rick Smith

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reetings Nobles, Amazing how time seems to fly by. We are entering the Second Quarter and do we have a lot going on?! As you know, we kicked off the Parade Season with the 50th Annual Ocean View Parade. Mother Nature kept trying to put a halt to our Parade but we managed to get through it. I would like to thank all of the Units that came out and supported our First outing of 2017. As we head into the upcoming spring and summer months, our schedule will continue to be busy, not only with Parades but also with various Unit fundraisers. I encourage each Unit and Club to get out and support one another whether it be attending or lending a much-needed hand. After all, we are all in this together. The following is a listing of upcoming Parades for the Quarter and I will continue to keep you abreast of any changes or cancelations, as I am made aware of them. May 20 - Founder’s Day Parade, Holland May 27 - Strawberry Festival Parade, Pungo May 29 - Memorial Day Parade, Portsmouth July 4 - Chesapeake July 4th Parade, South Norfolk Faithfully and Fraternally, Smitty, DOU 2017


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o you need to know what`s happening around Khedive Temple? Then you came to the right place. Where should we start? The Khedive Shrine Rodeo this year will be held on June 9th and 10th. Nobles and Ladies this event is getting bigger and better every year and it never fails to show what we can do when we all work together. As the Rodeo Co-Chairman along with my life partner Kenny Askew I am going out on a limb to thank each and everyone who plans to come out and help. From selling tickets, cooking food to cleaning up the mounds of trash each and every one of you is important. Can you tell I am passionate about this event? Join me it’s a blast. The following week is the Potentate`s cruise which is

setting sail on May 17th. I don`t know for sure but there may be a couple cabins waiting just for you. Jumping ahead a few weeks the Scooter Patrol Luau shows up on July 22nd. Plenty of tickets are still available and believe me those cats know how to have a good time. July 26 is the date of Suffolk Shrine Clubs annual joint meeting with Sudan Temple. Come on out and enjoy the fellowship with our Brothers from south of the border. Next I am going to stretch this out all the way to August. August 19th to be exact which is the date of the Auto`s Car & Craft Show. If you like cars, crafts and good food and fun this is the place for you. Best of all “IT`S FREE”. I just saw 3,500 Shrine ears perk up. The following week is our annual Seafood Feast. Nobles this event is slowly dying on the vine. I need your help reviving it. Come on one more time for old time’s sake. Buy your tickets; sell your tickets just do something with your tickets. Nobles and Ladies, Masonry and the Shrine are not dying they are just sleeping. Lower your feet down from your recliner and come help wake them up. Events are happening all around you and I hope to see you out and about. Yours in the Faith - Joe Ramsey

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Joe Ramsey

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Meets 2nd Monday of Each Month at Fred’s Restaurant Joel Bradshaw - President Kevin Dawkins - Vice President Kevin Insull - Secretary/Treasurer


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Injury Care Coming to Greenville Shriners Hospital Philadelphia Hospital Report

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Lon Weber

he Philadelphia Hospital and all our hospitals take great care in providing surgical procedures considered to be the finest children can receive anywhere. It is also our responsibility to reflect that same sense of excellence as it relates to the appearance and condition of the physical plant in which those services are delivered. With that as a given, the SHC-P will soon undertake a major renovation and make-over of the main entrance lobby and adjacent areas. The space will be designed employing a color scheme and artful adaptations aimed at engaging children, their parents and indeed all visitors with an uplifting atmosphere. First impressions are important and the new look will contribute significantly to that end. Further, the work place environment will also contribute to more efficiency and effectiveness throughout the hospital’st atmosphere. Our hospitals provide extraordinary service. They also are cognizant of the need for an appearance to match.

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By Dr. Michael Wattenbarger

or decades, Greenville Shriners Hospital has been synonymous with expert care for specialized orthopaedic conditions like scoliosis, cerebral palsy, club foot and hip dysplasia. But injury care? It’s simply not been our focus – until now. We are excited to announce that starting tomorrow, Thursday, March 30, from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. we will be receiving our first appointments for injury care. This expansion of services brings us closer to our ultimate goal of transforming in to a leading source of comprehensive pediatric orthopaedic expertise. By offering injury care, we are answering the call from many of our current patients, as well as local referring physicians, for us to expand our capabilities to regularly attend to this sub-specialty. With the recent additions of Drs. Keith Gettys and Lauren Hyer, we now have the manpower to successfully respond to this request. Physician Assistant Erin Howell, who managed an injury clinic in Charlotte, NC for eight years, will bring additional depth of experience and knowledge to our patients. We are setting out on this venture after the successful launches of similar programs within the Shriners Hospitals for Children system. Northern California as well as Spokane have both offered positive reports following the expansion of their services to include injury care. In addition to this being a fantastic opportunity for us to help more kids, the branded slings and boots that our patients will wear during their treatment – complete with our logo – will be another avenue to help make even more people aware that Greenville Shriners Hospital is here in their community and ready to help. As we begin, we will only take appointments referred to us by the child's physician. As time progresses, we will adjust the program to best meet the needs and demands of our patients. We are looking forward to injury care being yet another way we honor our commitment to caring for kids. “This expansion of services brings us closer to our

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These We Do Not Forget The deepest sympathy of the Illustrious Potentate, Divan and Nobles of the Khedive Shrine is extended to the family and friends. John A. Pipkin, P.P. - February 24 Harvey B. Harrell, Sr. - February 26 Marvin L Murden - March 1 Joseph R. Ryan - March 5 Robert J. Baird - March 7 William F. Worrell - March 7 David L. Dennis - March 9 Randolph Rodgers, Sr. - March 26 John G. Glauner - April 5 James T. Lunn, Jr. - April 7 Aquino L. Cantal - April 10 Vernon T. Rice, Sr. - April 13 Steve M. Jones - April 19 Harry W. Collins, Sr. - April 29

100 Million Dollar Club Donations First Quarter 2017 Michael Ballard Jeffrey Woolard Thomas Lane Marion Love James Bowen Jason Hoggard Miles Cochran Joel Bradshaw Hansford Floyd Vernon Dockins Gerald Frey Robert Clark Roy Olson Robert Hitt

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Hospital Trip Report Travel Coordinator Nancy Lane

MONTH

VAN Trips/Pts

SELF DRIVE Trips/Pts

AIRWING Trips/Pts

COMMERCIAL Trips/Pts

TOTALS/ MONTH Trips Patients

JANUARY

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0

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FEBRUARY

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2

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MARCH

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0

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0

0

14

14

APRIL

5

5

3

3

0

0

1

1

9

9

MARCH

4

5

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0

0

0

3

3

7

8

34

35

9

9

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7

50

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Cliff Atkinson - Director of Transportation

ancy received this from one of our patient’s grandparents who has moved out of state: “…. (Khedive) Shriners have helped the whole family. Til we moved to another state (we did not) realize that all Shriners are not the same. You guys are the best. Thank you.” Most drivers will recognize who the patient is. They found that other Temples do not sit with or converse with the patient families where we do. We call it just good manners or plain ol’ “Southern Hospitality.” We have had in the past and continue to have some of the best drivers around. Last year we submitted an application to the

“Q” Foundation for a grant to purchase a new van. Unfortunately, despite several inquiries, we have not gotten a response. I hope we hear something soon. We currently have over 270,000 miles on our oldest van and it is starting to show it’s age. I’d like to thank all of the Nobility who expressed their regrets over the flooding of my house back last October. Many of you not only expressed regrets but went out of your way to offer your help or helped. It made me feel not only humble but very proud to be a member of this great organization. I am proud to be a “Khedive Shriner!”


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TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

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KHEDIVE RODEO

KHEDIVE RODEO

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Ocean View SC Directors Staff

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Beach Bum Brothers Band Color Guard Motor Patrol

Khedive Carts Mini 18 Wheelers Drum & Bugle

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Franklin SC Autos Arab Patrol Scooter Patrol Drum & Bugle

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Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

POTENTATE’S CRUISE 6/18 - 6/28 25

26

Eastern Shore Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle

7 Williamsburg SC Desert Patrol

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Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Provost Guard

Tidewater SC Directors Staff

20

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Clowns Yacht Club Band

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

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Portsmouth SC Motor Corps

DIVAN MTG 11 AM

Hillbillies Suffolk SC Legion of Honor

SATURDAY

Knights of Mecca

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RURITAN BLUE CRAB FEAST

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Khedive Carts Mini 18 Wheelers Drum & Bugle

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Franklin SC Autos - Scooters Drum & Bugle

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Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

24

Eastern Shore Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle

31

4

Chesapeake & Yorktown Parades Band Color Guard Motor Patrol

11

Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

IMPERIAL SESSION 18

5

Williamsburg SC Desert Patrol

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Portsmouth SC Motor Corps

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

13

Provost Guard

19

Clowns Band Ritualistic Divan Yacht Club Swashbucklers Beach Bum Brothers

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Virginia Beach SC

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Joint Meeting TSC and ACCA Directors Staff

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Joint Meeting SSC Unit & Clubs and SUDAN Meeting Hillbillies - LOH

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MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

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South Norfolk Lodge Shrine Night Band Color Guard Motor Patrol

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7

Khedive Carts Mini 18 Wheelers Drum & Bugle

13

20 Drum & Bugle Corps Picnic

27

14

Franklin SC Autos Scooter Patrol Drum & Bugle

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Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

THURSDAY

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3

Williamsburg SC Desert Patrol

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

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15

16

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22

23

24

28

29

30

31

Camaros Portsmouth SC Chesapeake SC Motor Corps Drum & Bugle Band

Tidewater SC Directors Staff

Hillbillies Suffolk SC Legion of Honor

5 Cape Charles Parade

17

Clowns Yacht Club Band

SATURDAY

4

Provost Guard

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers DIVAN MEETING

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Khedive Carts Mini 18 Wheelers Drum & Bugle

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Franklin SC Autos Scooter Patrol Drum & Bugle

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Band Color Guard Motor Patrol

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Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

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Williamsburg SC Desert Patrol

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Directors Staff

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Provost Guard

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FALL SASA

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Portsmouth SC Motor Corps

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Eastern Shore Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle

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Arab Patrol

Khedive Shrine’s Oldest Unit is now…Khedive Shrine’s Newest Unit!!

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s many of you may remember, at our January business meeting, Noble Hugh Spivey announced that after many years the Arab Patrol would be putting away their marching shoes permanently. The thought of seeing the very first unit of Khedive Temple go silently by the wayside, and the loss of so much history with in the temple, was unbearable to many members. Several Nobles stepped up to the plate and joined the Arab Patrol, in an effort to keep the unit active. The current members of the Arab Patrol, would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude and say THANK YOU, to the remaining members of the original “PATROL” for all of your years of hard work and dedication. We have had quite a bit of interest from the Nobility in what they could do to keep the unit active. After several months of discussions, at our April meeting the membership voted to make a change. Formed in 1909, Khedive’s original marching unit “The Arab Patrol” is on the move! We invite you to come out and join us as we transition from a marching unit to the most super cool, awesome collection of JEEPS to ever hit the roads, woods and beaches in the Tidewater area. We are looking forward to the great possibilities of next generation of the Arab Patrol.

Our next meeting will be held at Froggies Cantina 3656 Shore Dr. Virginia Beach, VA Monday - June 12th at 7:00 PM For More information contact: Robert Collins, Captain (757) 613-3293 Dave Adams, Secretary (757) 567-8014

Khedive Carts

Captain Elwood Paschal, P.P.

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an you believe it’s almost summer – probably will be by the time you read this! The Khedive Carts had a great time at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade – three of us were there. It was wet – we were wet – we were chilly – but we had a fantastic time.! We had planned on participating in the Daffodil Parade, but unfortunately, it didn’t work out! The Carts are looking forward to being in the Norfolk NATO Parade, the Founders Day Parade in Holland, the ever- popular Pungo Strawberry Festival

Parade and the Farmer’s Day Parade in Union, West Virginia. And of course, we will be out in full force for the Spring Ceremonial Parade May 13th. If you’re looking for a fun unit with few requirements, we are the Unit for you! Any golf cart able to be safely driven on the street is the only need – no special color or equipment. We meet the 1st Monday night of each month at 7:00 in the room we share with the Motor Patrol. Come on out and join us! Remember – It’s All About the KIDS! Elwood Paschal, P.P.


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Secretary Skip Patnode

i Nobles, Greetings from the Khedive Autos. Our big project now is preparing for our 2017 Car Show on the 19th of August. We are looking for another great show with over 300 cars on the field. The new parade season is in full swing. We usually have 15 cars or more on the street for the St. Patrick’s Day parade but this year due to the dampness we only had 4. We started with 5 but due to the weather, we had one (who will remain anonymous) back out and go home early. But, it was success with all the seats full in all our cars. We are looking forward to participating in as many parades as possible throughout the year. We are also planning on handling the parking at the Khedive Rodeo on the 9th and 10th of June. We meet at the Shrine Center on the second Monday of the month. 6:00 pm Social, 7:00 pm meeting and we try to be done by 8:00 pm. If you have an old car, convertible, unique car or are just old and sick of walking in parades, come join us. We can always use new members, riders and workers! Whatever you do, join a unit or club or both. That’s where the fun is! See ya on the street

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Captain J. Richard Rawls

he Beach Bum Brothers Unit of Khedive Shrine Center was founded in 2010. It is amazing that we have been together that long. We are a small Unit and enjoy participating as much as possible. In this issue, we would like to mention two of our Associate Members that have been so supportive of our Unit over the years. Neither of them rides a Segway, nor have they expressed a desire to do so. But they like what we are doing and are proud to say that they are part of our Unit. Noble Nicholas Wright Raffaele and Ill. Noble John Howe have continued to be a part of our Unit and we are happy to call them Beach Bum Brothers. We very much appreciate their support. To the new members of Khedive Shrine who have joined in the Spring Ceremonial, we say Welcome. You have joined a great organization who provide tremendous support of the Shrine Hospitals. Caring for the children is the main reason many of us joined and we hope that you have the same feelings. As with every Ceremonial, every Unit and Club will be trying to get you to join their respective groups. We are no different, but would ask that you strongly consider what each group provides and make a choice based on your own personal desires. Every Unit and Club at Khedive does outstanding work and they all would be pleased to have you become a member of their groups. The Beach Bum Brothers Unit continues to support the activities of the Peninsula and Tidewater Shrine Clubs. If you are a Shriner and have an interest in riding a Segway and being a part of the Beach Bum Brothers Unit, we would love to hear from you. Having fun, spreading the news of the Shrine Hospitals and supporting the children are what we do. Come be a part of our fun! Please feel free to contact Noble Richard Rawls, Captain, at 757-630-7774 for more information.


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Golf Club

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Joe Ramsey

he Clowns have definitely been busy during the first part of 2017. First off how about the St. Patrick`s Day Parade? The rain held the crowds down somewhat but not the enthusiasm especially with the Clown unit (photo top). We had six no seven no eight, heck I don’t know how many. We had a lot of Clowns there and we had a blast. If you missed it well you missed it. Next up was the Easter celebration at the Temple. The unit always does a go job at this event and is always well received by the children. Worshipful Bill Manier along with several of the guys visited Lake Drummond on the Lodge’s family night. See it never hurts to have a clown around. The Unit is always looking for new members. If you are fun loving guy and would love to see a child’s eyes light up with laughter. Please contact one of our members or better yet stop by one of the monthly meetings. We meet on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 in the, where else, Clown room. Last but certainty not least Clown barbeque. You have tried the rest now try the best. And at $6.00 a pound it is a steal. Why not buy a couple pounds or ten and serve it at your next function. We won’t tell your guest that you did not make it yourself. You can thank me later. Just give Harry “BoBo” Tew a call or better yet stop by the Temple and see Leroy Lane. He can hook you up he knows where the secret stash is. As always until we meet again have a “Blessed Day.” See ya on the street, “Jingles” - AKA - Joe Ramsey “ If you are fun loving guy and would love to see a child’s eyes light up with laughter. Please contact one of our members or better yet stop by one of the monthly meetings.”

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Johnnie Chandler, Jr.

reetings from The Khedive Shrine Golf Club and the 2017 golf season started off as a wet season. Our first outing for the season was scheduled to be played at the Ocean View Golf Course in Norfolk on March 14, 2017, but it was a complete wash out due to the rain. Since then the weather god has been good to us and we have gotten in five games with an average of 100 players per outing. Our sixth game for the season is scheduled to be played at the Suffolk Golf Course and we have approximately 30 teams signed up to play, but it appears we might get rained out for the outing on April 25. We have not had any Hole–In-One’s yet, but there have been some real close to the pin shots that have been less than an inch from going into the cup for a Hole-In-One. Here it is the end of April and we are just getting all of our last year members back for the 2017 season; some have been on leave or vacation. We have had several members drop out of the Khedive Shrine Golf Club this year and now we have several opening for new membership. Remember Shriners are to be considered first and then guest for new membership. Each Guest member has to be sponsored by a Shriner of the Khedive Golf Club. Please notify J.W.Wilson or Johnnie Chandler for information on new membership applications. April 18, 2017 at the Red Wing Lakes Golf Course two of the Khedive Shrine Golf Club members, Buddy Walker and Linny Fentress, on behalf of the Law & Disorderly organization, made a $1,000 donation to the Khedive Transportation Fund. A Big Thanks Goes To the Law & Disorderly Organization. Note: Duffer’s Dictionary: Practice Green. Warmup putting surface that is twice as slow or three times faster than any actual green on the course Until the next Hi-Noble, Golfers never diet they just exist on greens, have fun, play hard, drink plenty of fluid and work hard helping the kids.


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Director Watt Perley

ow Khedive Shrine Temple lost its Directors Staff after 92 years, the Staff was formed in 1925. The events play out like a tragic “Two Act Play”, with a move to become “Political Correct” and the need for the Temple to find additional storage space, It played out as follows. ACT ONE - On 20 October 2012 the Temple received a notice from Noble Jack H. Jones, PIP, the Imperial Recorder, with an Order to modify the Second Section of your ceremonial of initiation to comply with all “anti-hazing” laws, nor condone any activity or conduct that may cause a candidate embarrassment, distress or injury. From this date on our Temple has been in full compliance with this order. Our last traditional Second Section Ceremonial was 2 June 2012. The Directors Staff stands by the Potentates decision, to move away from the traditional ceremonials. The non-traditional ceremonials rituals are provided the Ritualistic Divan. Act TWO - On 21 January 2017, at the Units and Clubs meetings, without any notice I was told by the Temple Recorder and the Potentate that the Directors Staff would have to surrender our storage room so the Temple could use it for their record storage, on 25 January 2017, the temple took over the room and started to remove all of its contents. The Directors Staff used this room to store our stunts, building materials for our stunts, a refrigerator and a microwave oven. The Staff can live without the stunts, and building materials, now that we no longer have second section ceremonials. The Staff holds quarterly Pot Luck Dinners, without our refrigerator and microwave we will not be able to continue this practice. Without the duty of a second section ceremonial and the lost of our pot luck dinners, the Directors Staff has been ”RENDERED OBSOLETE,” after 92 years. If the Temple required additional storage, the Divan made the correct decision, but a painful one for the Staff. The

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Staff will continue to operate as a Unit and support our Temple and our Shriners Hospitals for Children. THE END OF OUR PLAY. The Directors Staff is a small unit, but it has provided the Temple with three Potentates: Ill Stanley Brinson, 1944, Ill Herman Nowitsky, 1947, and Ill Richard Wright, 1982.I would like to thank the Staff for their years of service to our Temple: Clayton Cartwright, 44 years, James Kiphart, Secretary/Treasurer, 16 years, Herb Myers, 7 years, Watt Perley, Director, 56 years,Donald Respess, Assistant Director, 28 years, Albert Thereault, 34 years, Richard Wright,P.P.,Life Member, 55 years, for a total of 240 years of service to our Temple. A special thanks to Leroy Lane for all of his help to the Staff. On 15 March 2017 I attend my third Century Club Luncheon, hosted by Ill Sir John Howe. This luncheon for the 100 members of Khedive Temple, by length of service. This is a fun time, with the fellowship and stories of the past 50 years, and a great lunch. I sat between two old friends, Century Club member and former Major League Baseball Catcher, Henry “Hank“ Foiles, and a friend of 55 years, a Century Club Member and a life Member of the Directors Staff Richard “Dick“ Wright, P.P., it does not get any better then that. Dick told the group that the Staff is the only Unit or Club with two Life Members and Members of the Century Club. I would like to thank Century Club Member Willie V. Bradshaw for all of his kind words about the Directors Staff. Happy Birthday to two Staff members, Albert A. Thereault, 12 April and Clayton E. Cartwright, 23 April. May God Bless our Temple, our Units, and our Century Club.

161 Years of Shriners. Past Captains of the Arab Patrol, left to right Woody Brown, P.P., Hugh Spivey and James Jones with Ill Sir John Howe 2017 Potentate at The Century Club celebrating the 100 Khedive Shriners who have been members the longest. They are standing in front of a display in our foyer dated 1912 presented to the Arab Patrol by Crescent Shrine.


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Drum & Bugle Corps Director Richard Quintilone

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he Ocean View St. Patrick’s Day was a success with two dozen strong. The rain cleared and Jack proudly led “The Beat of Khedive.” Our Energy wowed them at the Knights of Columbus Hall. It was a great time for everyone and we got the Shrine message out. The festivities were highlighted by the Nobles celebrating the wearing of the green literally with “Green Beards, Mustaches and Green neck ties”. This was the first parade for our newest Tenor Drummer Ernesto Soriano (Lady Tess). The Drums sounded the entire parade route without fault. Our Annual Khedive Drum & Bugle Corps Paper Crusade is traditionally held on Easter Weekend. This is the second busiest retail weekend, surpassed only by the Christmas retail shopping period. We meet the public to address our philanthropy for the Shiners’ Hospitals and Transportation Fund. With fantastic weather we exceeded our goals. The Drum & Bugle Corps Annual Fish Fry was well-attended event that showcases our cooking talents that include: Frank’s and Charlie’s Beans & Slaw, Clam Chowder, hot dogs, highlighted with Jack’s cooking crew & the Motor Corps’ Fried Fish and Hushpuppies. We were thankful

for the services of the Churchland Jobs Daughters. The Combined Corps members and invited guest, “Jammed together” for outstanding patriotic and family tunes. The Drum & Bugle Corps Ladies put out an amazing desert & craft table. New this year was face painting by Rachel. We were entertained by Eddie’s D.J Tunes and Bruce Barefoot from Footers’ Sports Pub served as the auctioneer. All in All a great day was had by everyone at the Khedive Shrine Center.

Sunday, April 18, 2018 is our next Fish Fry, so mark your calendars. Monday, May 22nd is the annual Drum & Bugle/18 Wheeler Golf tournament. The facilities at The Greenbrier Golf Club provided great refreshments and fellowship. Everyone enjoyed that day. The Holland Parade (May 20) is quickly approaching; this is a short but happy parade. May 21st we will

help Festevents at Town Point Park for the Brew Fest. June 9th & 10th is the Khedive Rodeo, we will be playing the National Anthem with combined Bands. August 20th is our annual picnic. It is with a heavy heart that I report that Lady Nancy I. Curles Quintilone was called home to be with the lord. Her 2 ½ year battle with cancer ended. The loss of our Directors wife placed a toxic strain on his health with recovery in the distant future. I sincerely thank the Khedive & Zulekia family for their prayers and support through her journey. She was proud to be a Lady Shriner. We are all going to miss her purple hair and artistic talents. The Drum & Bugle Corps had the honor of playing a Military tribute to Joseph “Ranny” Ryan at his Celebration of Life Ceremony. He will be truly missed as he retired his Glockenspiel to be with his creator. It seemed that he was present every Monday with his words of wisdom. Our prayers are with Lady Doris and her family. The Drum & Bugle Corps were shocked at the passing of Aquino L. Kenney” Cantal, He played the Tenor drum with great Flare at the Fish Fry. He was Corps Man of the year in 2003. We wish Lady JoAnn and his family our prayers. The Corps had the honor of playing a graveside tribute. Please keep our Shrine children, sick and distressed in your thoughts and prayers. Remember to give thanks to the men and women protecting our country, past and present. Please pray to protect those in harm’s way. May your families be blessed with God’s graces. Take a moment to contact a Nobel, bring him back to the Temple. We would like to invite all Nobles to come out and join the Drum & Bugle corps on Mondays, 6:30 PM. “We Are The Beat Of Khedive.”


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Chesapeake Shrine Club

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lease support the numerous Khedive Temple festivities during 2017. There are many family events and fund raisers throughout the upcoming months you’ll find enjoyable and just may give you an opportunity to invite a fellow mason from your blue lodge to participate. Apologies to Nobel Terry Putt and Lady Nena for my misnaming “The Matthews County Christmas Parade” last issue. Many thanks for the hospitality and participations in Norfolk’s Ocean View Saint Patrick Day Parade on March 18th (photo top). It was a foreboding Saturday morning filled with wind and rain. Waiting for the start, many of us wore gear or plastic barrel liners, the clouds parted and the rain stopped as we caravanned our way through Ocean View. This was a wonderful parade with plenty of excited young people, parents and old friends. We look forward to the Spring Ceremonial May 13th, The Holland Founders Day Parade May 20th, The Pungo Strawberry Festival Parade May 27th The Portsmouth Memorial Day Parade may 29th and the South Norfolk 4th of July Parade and the Cape Charles Parade August 5th if our tires and horns hold up. Captain Dink Pope sends this reminder: Our Golf Tournament will take place on May 22nd at the Greenbrier Golf Course in Chesapeake, VA. Tickets and information are available through Khedive. Please lend your support to our charitable activities. We invite you to drop on by “The Truck Stop” meeting room. We gather together on the first Monday of each month at seven o’clock in the Chesapeake Khedive Shrine Temple.

Secretary Joe Ramsey

ow! Were you at the Chesapeake Shrine Club Oyster Roast? It was a blast. The ”Good Lord” blessed us with great weather; the workers did a great job keeping the food and drinks flowing. No one was arrested. Come on really? Are they ever? Heck what more could you ask for? Oh yeah, and we made money. I want to send a special shout out to the guys and gals at Xenith Bank for their help by selling more tickets than I care to mention. In fact let`s give a big shout out to everyone that sold tickets. We had almost 2,300 come through the gates. Which to tell you the truth is probably all we can stand and still provide the great service we are so proud of. May is Ladies night and President Al has already reserved the American Rover for an “Elizabeth River Sunset Cruise.” The boat fills up quick so grab Al or ”Chowda” Sherman and make your reservations. Our next big undertaking is the Shrine Rodeo which is June 9 and 10. The Shrine Club will once again be setting up on Thursday the 8th and taking down Sunday morning the 10th. Oh did I forget to mention; cooking the food for the concession area on Friday and Saturday. We could really use some help on Sunday morning taking stuff down. I know you`re tired who isn’t. Moving on July is our annual Father/Son/Daughter/ Grandkids/Neighbor’s Kids/Dogs whomever you want to bring. Just please bring someone because just like everything else this event is slowly fading away. Nobles we need to stop the bleeding now not tomorrow. August is slated as Ladies Night and also our annual Crab Feast. So grab your special lady and come on out and pick some crabs. Reaching way out to September 7, 8 and 9 will be MASA at Virginia Beach. The Shrine Club will as always be in the middle of the hospitality room from start to finish. We need a lot of help with this one from set up to take down and everything in between. Again contact “Chowda” Sherman (God I love that guy) to see where you fit in. Rumor has it that once he retires, which the way Sears is going may be sooner than later, he is throwing his hat in the ring for Oriental Guide. You didn’t hear that from me though. Okay I have had enough and I am sure you have as well. Remember your Lodge needs Masons and your Temple needs candidates. Chesapeake Shrine Club 3rd Monday of the month hors d`oeuvres are at 6:00 and dinner is at 7:00. We`ll leave the light on for you. The Best is yet to come!


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Khedive Band

Secretary Kevin Gilbert

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e are now well into 2017 and the band unit has been busy working on some new charts for our upcoming performances. Look for the Notables performance at the upcoming Strawberry Festival in Pungo. We will be performing on the bandstand May 27th. Come out and listen to some of our standards as well as some of our new material. The brass band will also be performing in several parades and at performances held in assisted care facilities throughout the region. A few of the band members helped with the Drum and Bugle Corps at their Fish fry performing on bugle and bass bugle. It is always fun performing with this high energy unit. We also assisted with their spring paper drive fundraising for Shriners International. It is with sadness that I report the loss of one of our long-time Notables performers. Mr. Drake Akroyd passed away March 25th after a longtime battle with Parkinson’s disease. He played with the Notables before becoming disabled.

He also played in the Tidewater Concert Band, Hampton Roads Metro Band, plus, for a few years, he managed his own Big Band ensemble and was quite the saxophone player in his day. If you played an instrument in high school or college and would like to see if you still have what it takes we can find a spot for you in our unit regardless of your level of playing. Even if you don’t play an instrument but would like to be in an active unit we are always in need of “roadies” to handle our equipment trailer, drive the float truck and keep us organized at events. We are a very active unit with rehearsals at least two or three times a month and an average of one outside performance per month. We enjoy good music and great fellowship wherever we play. If you are interested in joining us, please contact Pat McVicker or Kevin Gilbert and we’ll provide answers to any questions you may have regarding the unit. We are one of Khedive Shrines oldest units and for good

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ILL. SIR DAVID L. MONELL Noble Pat Garrison of the Color Guard was honored to present Illustrious Sir David L. Monell with his Fez Box. Read Story About This Fez Box Page 27 - Color Guard Article

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he season has begun and our Captain will be returning from the Philippines on May 2. Before he left he wished to thank all the 2016 Officers for a good job last year but it didn’t make it into the 1st qtr Hi Noble. The first parade of the year (St. Patricks) had a poor showing by the Scooters but was successful anyway (photo right). The next parade is the Nato parade, and I am looking for a good turnout. Support your unit. We are looking forward to the upcoming events especially the Imperial Session in July as well as the LUAU also on July 22. We need participation at these events and other future parades coming up this year. The By-Laws committee is working on the By-Laws and we are now at the Rules for Scooters. I would appreciate any comments or suggestions on that part

of the By-Laws before we change them. Send your comments to me by Email by the End of May. Check your Scooters for the upcoming parades and advise me of your problems. Let’s welcome Ike back with enthusiasm and make the rest of 2017 a great year.

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Provost Guard

Past Captain Wesley King

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he first quarter is complete under the leadership of Illustrious John and his Divan with great success and look forward to continued success. Many new efforts are being reviewed to expand our fund raising efforts for the many needs of our Temple. Provost participated in the Saint Patrick Day Parade with all of the glitz and glamour of a local Mardi Gras. A great time was had by all from breakfast to the refreshment tent at the end. Our Ladies were invited to ride in the parade along with several patients, All accepted the invite and truly enjoyed the event and opportunity. Hopefully this will become an annual opportunity for our Ladies and special children. Kudos to our Captain for including the children. Provost members traveled to Greenville S.C. April 20 thru 23 for the Spring SASA Provost Meeting hosted by Hejazz Temple. The event was attended by 17 members and Ladies who enjoyed a weekend of Hospitality rooms, Hospital tours, BBQ’s, golf match(Khedive took 2nd) and a Prime Rib dinner with a dance. Mike Warlokowski was elected to the position of Captain with Major and Chief yet to come. Congrats Mike. The Spring BBQ fund raiser was a great success thanks to all of the nobility and friends who came out and supported the Provost in this endeavor. French fries by our Fry Masters Butch Casper and Roy McKinney were again consumed with enthusiasm as 100 + lbs of spuds were fried to perfection. They were assisted by Mike Cannon. A great breakfast was provded for the workers. Thanks to all who assisted from Friday grinding (fresh BBQ) until final cleanup Sunday. Thanks to all the ladies for again providing a fabulous dessert table. The Captain continues to furnish dinners before the meetings. Drop by and check us out. We are always looking for a few good men, come join us, we meet the 2nd Wednesday, of each month at the Temple. Social is at 6:30 PM. “The Spring BBQ fund raiser was a great success thanks to all of the nobility and friends who came out and supported the Provost in this endeavor.”

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reeting all from Surprising Suffolk. Suffolk Shrine Club has been busy this quarter. We have continued to work on our property. We meet the 4th Wednesday every month, unless otherwise noted. Our meeting stats a 6:30 with a social and 7:00 PM Dinner. We welcome everybody out and hope you will make at least one visit in the coming year. We welcome all Nobles and Masons. We hosted an oyster roast in March with great attendance from the Temple. A great time was had by all. We enjoyed Steamed oysters, fried oysters, fried fish, frog legs, and hush puppies. Thanks for coming out and making it a fun filled afternoon. Special thanks to Brother George Poston who set up a tent with heat. It was the coldest day of the winter as we had planned. We also supported the Potentate John Howe and the rest of the Divan in their election in January. Congrats to our new Divan, you will do great. In February a group from Suffolk Shrine Club went to Elizabeth City for their annual Venison feast. We were successful in out bidding the Chesapeake Shrine club to get a delicious cake. Needless to say, it was gone before we left the building. Suffolk Shrine Club held its Official Visit our new Divan was held January 25, 2017. This year we combined with Portsmouth Club for a Joint Visit. The meeting was well attended and a good time was had by all. We want to congratulate our new Potentate, Illustrious Sir John Howe. We look forward to working with the entire newly elected Divan and having a great year. The new OG Mark Cook was given a bucket to hold surprises for you at all upcoming events. We also had a group of Nobles travel to other official visits around the Temple. We took a group to the Pote’s Ball. What a great job Potentate John Howe did throwing that party. It is such a pleasure to come together as Nobles and Socialize. Once again, GREAT JOB. Lastly, we attended the Roanoke/Chowan Shrine Club Fish muddle. The catfish muddle was out of this world. Along with fried fish and trimming, it’s hard to beat that event. Look forward to seeing you all at our upcoming meetings. Faithfully Yours - Hunter March, President


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n December 2016 the Khedive Color Guard held their annual Christmas Party and Installation of Officers for 2017. On behalf of Illustrious Sir Woody Brown, Illustrious Sir David Monell was the Installing Officer for the event and did a magnificent job. However, unbeknownst to him, the Color Guard had a surprise in store for him as well (page 25). You see, Illustrious Sir David is also a Past Captain of the Khedive Color Guard. In fact, he was the first Color Guard Past Captain to be elected Potentate of the Khedive Shrine. The members of the Color Guard were justifiably proud to purchase and present the Illustrious Sir with his Potentates Fez at his installation. Illustrious Sir David joined the Order of the Mystic Shrine in 1991 and the Color Guard in 1995. He worked his way up through the ranks to become Captain of the unit in 1998. He also served on the Khedive Board of Trustees for 3 years (96-98), was President of the Portsmouth Shrine Club in 1995, and served as President of the Khedive Units and Clubs Association in 1997. He then went on to become Potentate of the

Khedive Shrine in 2002 and President of the South Atlantic Shrine Association (SASA) in 2009. He is currently an honorary member of the Khedive Provost, Hillbillies and Legion of Honor. Upon becoming a Past Potentate in January of 2003, Illustrious Sir David gave his Potentates Fez back to the Color Guard to be displayed in the Color Guard’s trophy case. In early 2016, it was noted that we had a Potentates Fez in our Trophy case without identification and therefore, no one other than the Color Guard knew who it belonged to. With the blessing of the unit, Noble Brother Pat Garrison sat out to rectify that by finding a box for that very important Fez. Finally, after the completion of the Installation of Officers, Noble Pat asked Illustrious Sir David to come off the stage where the beautiful and long overdue Fez Box was presented. So if you get a moment, please wander down to the end of the Uniformed Units hallway and look in the Color Guard trophy case and check out the Fez box the unit was proud to present to Illustrious Sir David L. Monell, our first Color Guard Captain to become Potentate of the Khedive Shrine and President of SASA. The officers and members of the Color Guard are extremely proud of the accomplishments of Illustrious Sir David over the years and happy to call him one of their own.

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Jim Canterbury, PC, P.P.

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n 1962 I went to work as an apprentice pipefitter. I was assigned to a supervisor who was one of many working on the commissioning of the USS America. Sitting on the dock by the ship were several Utility boats that would be loaded on board to be used by the officers and crew when visiting the many foreign ports. I said to myself, one day I’ll own me a 40 footer like that. Fast forward to 2006 a young family friend of ours who owned Quality Boats on Victory Blvd. in Portsmouth said to me “Mr C why don’t you come and buy the 40 foot PE that is on our lot?” I bought the boat and he gave me a bay in the boat yard to do the conversion to turn it into what it is today. A double cabin, pilot house cruiser complete with central heat and air conditioning, and a bath and half bath.

In honor of the boats history having served aboard the aircraft carrier, USS America, we named her “Miss America.” We have cruised with the Khedive Yacht Club to many ports up and down the coast as far north as Fairley creek north of Baltimore and South to Edenton N.C. She is resting in her boat house at my dock loaded, fueled up and ready for another fun filled summer of crusing with the Yacht Club. Come join us. We would love to have you.


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obles, it has been a great year so far. We had a fantastic time sailing the high seas of the Ocean View St. Patrick’s parade (photo right). The natives were restless that day and we took on heavy cannon fire along the journey in the form of Jell-O shooters but I’m happy to report we had no injuries and the Bounty of Hope sustained no significant damage! We had a great turnout of Mates for the Potentate’s Ball and Chesapeake Shrine Club Oyster roast. I trust the CSC had a very profitable day because the turnout was incredible! Down river, we arrrr looking forward to supporting the Provost BBQ and Motor Corp Shrimp Feast. I hear the Provost has the 2nd best BBQ in Khedive next to the Swashbucklers of course!! We’re also looking forward to the Spring Open House and Ceremonial and Rodeo in June where you’ll find us slingin’ peanuts and drinks to the crowds in the stands. Speaking of pig, we will have arrr 6th “Ever” Pig Pickin to be held September 30th from 2 – 5. This event just keeps growing every year and we really appreciate the support. This year we arrrr happy to have The Baddadz back for arrrr band.

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reetings to all my Noble Brothers ,this report has me pretty happy as we have just concluded our annual paper drive. In two days on Easter week-end at the Gloucester Wal-Mart Noble Rob Parkers team amassed a grand total of $2200.00 + for the transportation fund.It was two beautiful days but the Nobles freely gave of their time on this important family week-end and we showed how strong the Tidewater Shrine Club’s commitment is for our children. I will go ahead and put in my plug for our Shriner of the quarter by calling out Noble Rob Parker. Rob has served as president twice, Paper Drive co-ordinator more times than I can count, Chief cook and bottle washer many many times and just all around be there guy. We are so lucky to have so many members like him that are always ready to give their time and talent. Thanks Rob and thanks to all my brother nobles. The Daffodil parade was a little sparse for us this

Be on the lookout for fliers posted around the Temple and we will have tickets for sale soon. Any new Nobles, anyone not in a Unit, or anyone thinking about affiliation, feel free to come visit. Also any Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, Master Mason, is welcome to come visit with us during any monthly social hour and have some great fellowship Pirate style. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month in the Uniformed Units wing at the Temple. Social @ 1800 and meeting at 1900……or 6 PM and 7 PM for you landlubbers. Yours in the faith, Cap’n Crawfish aka Brian Crawford

year but we did have the food and the parade and all in attendance seemed to have a good time. The annual picnic will once again be at Noble Woody James beautiful home and we will have a phone tree with directions and instructions. The onions are on their way and we expect to have the same excellent results as always. This fund raiser helps us to maintain our club but all the customers enjoy the product and we are definitely in the “ Public Eye “for a proud reason. Never hurts to be in the public eye. This summer will be full of many events, don’t forget the Rodeo. It will be almost impossible to attend all the Temple, units and clubs events that are out there. All I can say is the food is always great, the entertainment out of this world and best of all the comraderie we share is unbeatable. So have a good summer for yourself. As always feel free to join us at Nick’s in Gloucester at the bottom of the bridge every third Thursday. Fellowship at 6:15 dinner and meeting at 7:00. All are welcome and we hope to see you there. And remember my Noble Brothers, “ AINT IT GREAT TO BE A SHRINER”


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s always, the Second Quarter was a busy time for the Legion of Honor. On March 4th we presented the colors for the Shrine Night with the Admirals. The Colors were presented by CDR Greg Gustafson, PC Jack Laursen, 1st Vice CDR Dave Connor, and 2nd Vice CDR Harold Campbell. On March 5th we presented the Colors for the LOSNA Zulekia Court 35 installation of the 2017 High Priestess. Colors were provided by CDR Greg Gustafson, SASA CDR/Ill/PC Paul Pennybacker, PC Jack Laursen, and 2nd Vice CDR Harold Campbell. On March 12th the LOH held their annual BBQ, with entertainment provided by the Joe Singer and The Good Ol’ Boy’s and the Suffolk Peanut City Cloggers. We had a great turnout from the Legion and special thanks to our Ladies for selling the 50/50, raffle tickets for a 39” HDTV, three gift basket and deserts: Betty Cunningham, Helen Lee, Harriet Garland, Barbara Holden, Vanya Conner, Helen Gordon, Nancy Pennybacker, Glenda Reed, and LaVerne Kingsley. From the LOH CDR Greg Gustafson, 1st Vice CDR Dave Conner, PC John Jones, PC Forrest Garland, PC Pete Gordon, PC Paul Pennybacker, LN Dave Cunnigham, LN Herb Hurst, 2nd Vice CDR Harold Campbell, PC Ron Lee, PC Don Super, LN Herb Hurst, and LN Randy Reed. Also in attendance were PC Milt Midgette, PC Chuck Fraley, LN Jack Kingsley, and LN Phil Fulcher. A special thank you goes to LN Randy Reed’s granddaughter Hailey Reed for help in setting up. This year she is Honor Queen for Job’s Daughter’s Bethel 40. We would also like to thank Izzy and Bella.

On March 18th we participated in the 50th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Ocean View. Participating in the parade were CDR Greg Gustafson, 1st Vice CDR Dave Connors, PC Forrest Garland, PC R.G. Brown, PC Paul Pennybacker, PC Don Super, and LN Willmont Griffin. A special thanks goes to 1st Vice CDR Dave Connors for towing the trailer. At our meeting in March LN Will Griffin donated a complete POW/MIA table for the unit room. LN Alton L. McKeithan, USN (Ret.), 94, passed away on March 26, 2017. The family received friends at HollomonBrown Funeral Home, Kempsville Chapel on Friday March 31st. The funeral service was held at 1 p.m. Saturday April 1st in the funeral home chapel. Entombment followed in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens. LN John Godfrey Glauner, USN (Ret.), 85, passed away April 5, 2017. The family received friends at HollomonBrown Funeral Home, Tidewater Drive Chapel on Saturday, April 8, 2017, from 1 to 3 p.m. with Masonic Rites at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Khedive Temple, 645 Woodlake Dr., Chesapeake, VA 23320. Our new Khedive High Noble Booster Program Manager LN Kevin Wilkerson is asking all LOH members to sign up for the 2017 High Noble Booster Program. If you have not signed up, please send your check for $10.00 or contact him at 601-569-6915. We are always looking for new members. The LOH meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month in our Unit Room at the Khedive Temple. Social starts at 6:00 PM and meeting at 7:30PM. Yours in the Faith, Forrest Garland

Shrine Night With the Admirals

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

BBQ-Suffolk Peanut City Cloggers

BBQ-Ill. Sir John Howe and Lady Valerie

BBQ-Ron and Helen Lee and CDR Gustafson

PC Garland/LN Reed/1st VCDR Conner/PC Gordon


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Get Ready to Share Your Fraternal Pride on June 6 On June 6, 1876, the Imperial Council, the original governing body of the Shriners fraternity, was founded. To honor this important milestone in our history, Shriners International has declared June 6 as Shriners International Awareness Day. On this day, nobles everywhere are encouraged to celebrate their great fraternity and raise awareness of its importance in their communities. The leadership of Shriners International is mindful that June 6 is also honored as D-Day, the day in 1944 when Allied forces landed on the beach in Normandy to begin the invasion of northern France. While Shriners International certainly honors the valor and courage of everyone who served on D-Day, many historic events happen on a single day; and June 6 also holds a separate, special meaning for our fraternity.

A Time to Honor and Celebrate Our Rich Heritage

On June 6, Shriners International asks all nobles to publicly display their pride in their fraternity by wearing a fez (when appropriate), hat, shirt, lapel pin, or other item with the Shriners International logo. In addition to wearing Shriner apparel, Shriners International also encourages all temples and Shrine clubs to organize special events at their temples and in their communities to honor our fraternity’s incredible history and achievements, and invite others to participate, as well. Along with increasing awareness, these events will also support membership efforts, because the more information we share with our communities about Shriners International, the more potential we build for membership growth. Participating in this international day of recognition will motivate potential members to learn more about us, and also inspire our current members to become more involved. Shriners International Awareness Day is the perfect opportunity to showcase our pride; share information about our fraternity and the benefits of becoming part of an organization dedicated to fun, fellowship and philanthropy; and highlight the different ways our organizations impact the world around us. On this day, we ask you to honor our history by sharing both our heritage and your own unique story of being a Shriner, as well as our philanthropy’s mission to improve the lives of children and make the world a better place.

Get Involved

Here are a few ways both nobles and temples can get involved: ▶ Wear your fez on Shriners International Awareness Day when appropriate (during an official Shriners function).

▶ Show your pride in Shriners International by wearing a hat, shirt, lapel pin, or other item with the fraternal logo. Your family members can also wear appropriate clothing items that promote the fraternity. ▶ Organize an event at your temple or in your local community. Inviting the public to participate will increase awareness and interest in both your local temple and Shriners International. ▶ Promote Shriners International Awareness Day on your temple website and social media pages. Announce the date at all club and unit meetings to ensure all nobles are informed. ▶ Post information about our organizations on your own social media pages on June 6. ▶ Distribute fraternal literature and pocket petitions to potential prospects during community events. ▶ Hold an Open House at your temple. ▶ Contact your local media about your Shriners International Awareness Day events. ▶ Host a Media Night. ▶ Ask family members to take fraternal literature to their place of employment, if permitted.

During this time, we hope you also take the time to reflect on why the fraternity is important to you personally, and why you became a member. We are all a part of the greatest organization in the world – we should be proud to share our enthusiasm for the fraternity with the world around us, and Shriners International Awareness Day is a great opportunity to do so. We hope that every Shriner and every temple will participate in this important opportunity to honor our fraternity. OSAPR17GRTS


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2017 DIVAN POTENTATE John Howe (Valerie) johnfhowe@cox.net (H) 825-1569 (C) 592-5584 CHIEF RABBAN Mike Coffman (Susan) scoffman5@cox.net (H) 253-0168 (C) 903-9692 ASSISTANT RABBAN Oscar Obsuna (Violy) macxusn@yahoo.com (H) 483-5009 (C) 408-823-9622 HIGH PRIEST & PROPHET Bill Hoggard (Marion) poppah@cox.net (H) 426-7110 (C) 435-4984 ORIENTAL GUIDE Mark Cook (Valerie) muddybeach2170@aol.com (C) 804-815-0910 TREASURER Richard E. “Dick” Wright, P.P. pote82@verizon.net (H) 482-2912 (C) 615-2911

APPOINTED DIVAN FIRST CEREMONIAL MASTER Steve Owen (Becky) (C) 510-2649 sgo@courthouselawgroup.com SECOND CEREMONIAL MASTER Todd Knight (Diane) (C) 439-9400 efknight3@cox.net TEMPLE DIRECTOR Watkins “Watt” Perley (Trina) (H) 424-3009 wsperley@gmail.com MARSHALL Bobby Clark (C) 681-9426 robertsclark@cox.net CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD Gwinn Dunbar, Jr (Lisa) (C) 793--5368 gunbar8@cox.net

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CHAPLAIN Scott Foxwell (Sharon) (C) 536-1659 rsbfoxes@cox.net

PHILADELPHIA HOSPITAL Lon Weber (H) 229-0168 lonweber@aol.com Official Publication of Khedive Shrine, Chesapeake, VA. Published quarterly. Potentate: John Howe Editor: Wayne Kelly Production: Anne Harriman

OFFICIAL FAMILY CHIEF AIDE Al Kinchen (Sandy) (C) 373-4016 awkinchen@yahoo.com PERSONAL AIDE Jimmy Newby (Sandy) (C) 404-3319 newbjr@cox.net

ASSISTANT PERSONAL AIDE Paul Beck (Kate) (C) 754-2658 paulb@arcet.com ADVISORS TO POTENTATE Ill. Bill Kern, P.P. (Carol) (C) 587-1037 crkern@aol.com Ill. Randy Murphy, P.P. (Debbie) (C) 438-4746 randymurphy@cox.net DIRECTOR OF UNIFORMED UNITS Rick Smith (Luann) (C) 676-7450 richardtsmith@cox.net ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF UNIFORMED UNITS John Brown (Donna) (C) 201-0780 jayndeebrown @verizon.net DECORATIONS CHAIRMAN Dave Adams (Lisa) (C) 567-8014 dadams139@cox.net

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SEAFOOD FEST Co-Chairman Joe Ramsey (Mary) (C) 621-1654 tireman1954@yahoo.com Co-Chairman Bill Lauterbach (Sharon) (C) 420--5300 gwl@beachmarine.com RODEO Co-Chairman Kenny Askew (Debbie) (C) 478-2828 bellyacresfarm@aol.com Co-Chairman Joe Ramsey (Mary) (C) 621-1654 tireman1954@yahoo.com SPORTSMAN’S RAFFLE Chairman Roger Hartman (Linda) (C) 819-8998 rdhar@cox.net GOLF CLASSIC Chairman Bill Hoggard (Marion) (C) 435-4984 poppah@cox.net OYSTER BOWL Chairman Terry Riley (C) 434-2932 terry.rileys@yahoo.com

FAMILY PICNIC Chairman PHOTOGRAPHER Joe Ramsey (Mary) Bill Nolan (Sara) (C) 621-1654 (C) 467-2252 tireman1954@yahoo.com cnolan11@cox.net ACTIVITIES PORTRAIT Chairman Chester Butler PHOTOGRAPHER (Michelle) Cheryl Emerick (C) 404-4208 (C) 428-1600 chet_butler@msn.com wgefrogman@aol.com

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