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HI-NOBLE FIRST QUARTER 2016

Chesapeake Shrine Club Oyster Roast Page 2

THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF KHEDIVE SHRINE

Drum & Bugle Fish Fry Inside Back

Band Spring Swing Dance Page 40

Khedive 2016 Divan

Left to Center: Treasurer Richard Wright, P.P. High Priest & Prophet Oscar Obsuna Chief Rabban John Howe

Autos Simonsdale Dance Page 40

Potentate Woody Brown

Right to Center: Recorder Wayne Kelly Oriental Guide Bill Hog gard Assistant Rabban Mike Coffman


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Chesapeake Shrine Club Oyster Roast

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In This Issue FEATURES 06 - Assistant Rabban 14 - Calendar February-May 34 - Ceremonial Prices 05 - Chief Rabban 09 - Director of Uniformed Units 12 - Director of Transportation 11 - Donation & Memorial Form 17 - Khedive Happenings 07 - High Priest & Prophet 36 - Hi-Noble Boosters 12 - Hospital Trips Report 23 - In Memory 07 - Million Dollar Club Donations 06 - Million Dollar Club Form 08 - Oriental Guide 35 - Petition For Membership 13 - Philadelphia Report 04 - Potentate’s Message 05 - Recorders Desk 17 - Shriners Social Networks

UNITS & CLUBS

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19 - Autos 18 - Beach Bum Brothers 20 - Band 18 - Chanters 22 - Chesapeake Shrine Club 21 - Clowns 21 - Corvettes 18 - Desert Patrol 24 - Directors Staff 25 - Drum & Bugle Corps 24 - Fire Brigade 28 - Golf Club 26 - Hillbillies 28 - Knights of Mecca 27 - Legion of Honor 26 - Mini 18 Wheelers 19 - Motor Corps 23 - Motor Patrol 29 - Ocean View Shrine Club 32 - Peninsula Shrine Club 30 - Provost Guard 30 - Scooter Patrol 29 - Suffolk Shrine Club 31 - Swashbucklers 31 - Tidewater Shrine Club 33 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club 33 - Williamsburg Shrine Club 34 - Yacht Club

40 - Autos Simonsdale Dance 40 - Band Spring Swing Dance 01 - Barber’s Tire & Auto Inside Front Cover - Beach Ford 13 - Chesapeake Shrine Club 02 - CSC Oyster Roast 06 - Creekmore Hardware Back Inside - Drum & Bugle Fish Fry 10 - Franklin Shrine Club 40 - J & The Band 08 - Jennifer Carr Photography 17 - G. Wilson “Bill” Nelligar 17 - Hoggard-Eure Associates 16 - Maguire & Sons Autos 11 - Moore Relocation Inc. 08 - Philbrick Inc. 32 - Ramsey Equipment Company 10 - Retirement Readiness Kit 10 - Suffolk Shrine Club 13 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club

KHEDIVE SHRINE

BUSINESS MEETINGS CURRENT DUES CARD REQUIRED FOR ADMITTANCE

Nobles This is Your Temple You Need to Attend All Meetings. Issues Could Come To The Floor For Your Vote.

Attest: Wayne Kelly, Recorder Yours in the Faith, Woody Brown, Potentate

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Khedive Divan

POTENTATE’S MESSAGE By Woody Brown

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reeting Nobles, First, please let me thank each and everyone of you for the confidence you have shown in electing me as your Potentate of Khedive Shriners for the year 2016. I promise that I will do my absolute best in managing your Temple for 2016. Now, I would like to give Illustrious Sir Elwood Paschal the praise he deserves for his leadership in 2015. Ill. Sir, your devotion to this Temple will be remembered forever. Lady Pat’s and your friendship means the world to Lady Terry and me. “WELL DONE” Illustrious Sir! I would also like to thank Illustrious Sir Charlie Lee for his 16 years as Recorder for this Temple. Ill. Sir Charlie and Lady Joan, you will be missed! This year I am taking a different approach in the Temple. My theme for 2016 is “Strength In Unity.” Nobles, I am not trying to take anything away for our mission of Shriner’s Hospitals for Children. That will always be our goal. However, I believe that we must take care of some issues now. That main issue is of course Membership. By reestablishing

our ties with the 62 Masonic Lodges in our Oasis, I believe that we can certainly attract new members to Khedive Shrine. These lodge members are our only resource pool. So, I am asking everyone to revisit your lodge; rekindle friendships, and make them aware of what Shrinedom is all about. If we all strive to do this, we will have “Strength In Unity.” My Lady Terry has a fundraiser this year. She has named it “Feed the Pig.” We will place piggy banks in the various Units And Clubs. All that she asks is for you just to drop your change in your pocket in these banks. All of the proceeds will benefit some renovations that are needed in the Temple. My congratulations to Noble Wayne Kelly and his Lady Cheryl Valeriano on his election as the Temple Recorder. I am looking forward to working with you both this year. Also, to Noble Bill Hoggard and his Lady Marion on his election as Oriental Guide. Both of you will be an asset to this Divan. And lastly, to the rest of the Divan and your Ladies on your advancement on this line.

In closing, I just want to say again, that this Divan works very hard to make this Temple succeed. And together we can have “Strength In Unity.” Yours in the Faith, Woody Brown Potentate 2016

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CHIEF RABBAN JOHN HOWE & LADY VALERIE

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ASSISTAN T RABBAN MIKE COF F MAN & L A DY SUSAN

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Khedive Divan

CHIEF RABBAN By John Howe

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irst, thank you for your support and confidence in advancing me to the office of Chief Rabban at the January business meeting. The time continues to fly by at an unbelievable speed. I’d like to reiterate a couple of points from a year ago. As the 2015 year closes

and we pay the final invoices, we change our focus to the current year. In order to repeat the success of 2015 efforts to provide a budget that has excess revenues over expenses we will have to meet our other revenue producing goals, mainly from fundraising (Rodeo & Seafood Fest) and building/property rentals. Question is, can we do that? Year-over-year, attendance at the Seafood Fest is down. Recent code changes for bleachers has resulted in some challenges this year that may increase the expense of the Rodeo, and subsequently reduce revenue. There is a need to improve the building so that we can offer a better facility that will provide more and better paying rentals. We need to examine these issues and find solutions. On another note, over Thanksgiving week, Val & I and Jimmy & Sandy Newby visited Kora Temple in Lewiston, Maine to look at the inner workings of a weeklong fundraiser that they do. Kora is approximately the same membership size as Khedive with the same age demographic,

so on the basis of worker availability it’s a match. Their net revenue from the event is in the neighborhood of a quarter million dollars each year. This was their 10th year and they’ve never lost money in any year. Later in the week Val & I visited Anah temple in Bangor, ME, again the same size as Khedive, and in their third year of the same fundraiser. This year they cleared a cool quarter million as well and haven’t ever lost money. We took a lot of notes and pictures. Sometime in the near future we’ll be presenting a brief to the Divan and others so that we can look at the possibility of doing the same or a similar effort at Khedive. Fundraisers like this do what I’ve been espousing for three years – they transfer the cost of operating and maintaining the Temple onto the public sector. More to follow on this… As always, please feel free to e-mail or call me. Yours in the Faith John Howe Chief Rabban

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RECORDERS DESK By Wayne Kelly

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obles one and all, I want to thank each of you for electing me as your Recorder for 2016. I look forward to this new adventure in my life and I will do my best to make Khedive Temple better and succeed in 2016. I know with the help from all of you, Khedive can have a great year. Ill. Sir Woody has planned some great fundraisers and in order to make them profitable it will take all the Nobility to support them. Come on out and enjoy all the festivities and an active be part of your Temple. The Potentate’s Ball and Reception will be held on Saturday, February 27th. Mark your calendar and make plans to attend this great event. This is one you do not want to miss. Nobles please check your dues cards and make sure they are

current. Also, the Recorder’s office spends a lot of money sending out reminders on Rodeo Tickets, Seafood Tickets and Insurance (for Nobles who have parade insurance on their personal unit vehicles from the Temple), so please send your payments in as soon as they are due. I look forward to seeing each of you on the street at our first parade on March 19th (Saint Patrick’s Day). Nobles, in closing a reminder to all Units/ Clubs heads to turn in their 990 tax form as early as possible. Be sure to sign the form and give me a phone number in case I need to call with any questions. Should anyone have any questions, please give me a call or come by the office From Lady Cheryl, and I, we wish each of you a very Happy New Year. Fraternally, Wayne Kelly Recorder

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Khedive Divan

ASSISTANT RABBAN By Mike Coffman

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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reetings Nobles, First I would like to thank you all for supporting me in the elevation to Assistant Rabban. Susan and I look forward to working with Ill. Sir Woody and Lady Terry as we bring

Strength in Unity to our Fraternity. Nobles, I ask that you support the Potentate this year. As you all know we have many projects around the Temple that need to be addressed. Please remember when you are doing your Fund Raising projects to put a little aside for Your Temple Building Fund. As always if any one of the Divan can be of assistance to you. Please feel free to call upon us. Thank you again for your support of me and all the Divan. Yours in the Faith Mike Coffman Assistant Rabban

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HIGH PRIEST & PROPHET By Oscar Obsuna

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n behalf of my Lady Violy and myself, I would like to thank all the Nobles for the continued support, encouragement and trust that you bestowed on us, allowing us to continue our journey as your High Priest and Prophet for 2016. We are so blessed to have such special people in our life and to be a part of this fine organization. Our congratulations to all the elected officers of every Unit and Club. Let us welcome our newly elected Potentate, Illustrious Woody Brown and Lady Terry. Let’s all come together and be a team to support their projects and make this year a successful one. This year I was assigned as your $100 Million Dollar Club Chairman. To be a member you can make a $100 dollar donation and receive a certificate and a tassel holder. You can also donate as a Unit like some of our Units and Clubs have done, and proudly display their certificate in their Unit room. Remember your donations goes to a good cause, our Shriners Children’s Hospital. Your blessings will multiply for what you do. Let me and Lady Violy be the first to support this endeavor this year. Please support this program and have your name or your Units name appear in the “High Noble” editions. Our utmost appreciation to Illustrious Elwood and Lady Pat for a memorable and exciting year. You will be missed. During Illustrious Elwood’s tenure, we started the “Go Getter Award” certificate for our first line signers, for recruiting new Nobles. Included with this program is a certificate and a pin from our Imperial Potentate. The continued support and hard work of

100 Million Dollar Club 1st Qtr Don Meyer David Conner Basilio Cachaper

our Nobles created 37 new Nobles, but not enough to compensate for our lost. We have a challenge ahead of us all. Be a “Go Getter” and start by helping our Blue Lodges find more good men to join our fraternity. Here are the names of our dedicated Nobles who gave their time and effort to help us grow. For the Spring and Fall Ceremonial 2015: a star denotes one Noble. 1) Manny Vergara * 2) Major Stephenson* 3) David Cunningham* 4) Gerald Hensley* 5) Joel Bradshaw* 6) Edward Usita* 7) S. Levinson* 8) Oscar Obsuna** 9) Robert Claud* 10) Thomas Walters* 11) Woody Brown* 12) Francis Mcgrath* 13) Kevin Dawkins*

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14) William Fleming* 15) William Hoggard Sr.*** 16) Miguel Poblete Jr.* 17) Charles Schwender** 18) David Daughtrey* 19) Kim Hall* 20) Joel Bundy* 21) Wayne Sherman* 22) William Gurley Sr.* 23) Brennen Ogletree* 24) Robert Metz* 25) Woodrow Keating Jr.* 26) Frank Creasy III* 27) Pablo Buraga* 28) Kevin Gilbert* 29) Marion Love Jr.* 30) Alex Kupetz* 31) Otis Childress* 32) John Glauner* Special thanks to Noble Chito Isip, Past Secretary of the Scooter Patrol for his untiring assistance. Thanks to Brother Dan Cubacub for his artistic freehand print of our “Go Getters” names on the certificates. If your name is on the list and have not received your certificates and pin, please see me or call my cell (408) 823-9622. In addition if you can recruit 5 Nobles, that will be 5 stars and you will receive the “MacArthur Award Certificate.” For our Nobles who have recruited 5 Nobles in the past, please come and see me to be recognized and receive the award. Lastly, I am the Liaison Officer for the following Units and Clubs this year. Chanters, Clowns, Franklin SC, Legion of Honor, Knights of Mecca, Fire Brigade, Tidewater SC, Roadrunners and Beach Bum Brothers. If I can be of any help or assistance, please let me know. I’ll do my best to assist you in any way. Yours in the faith, Oscar Obsuna High Priest and Prophet 2016

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ORIENTAL GUIDE By Bill Hoggard

Hi-Noble Booster Name _______________________________ Address______________________________ City__________________________________

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would like to thank each and everyone of you for your support at our January 9th Business Meeting. It was wonderful to see so many Nobles in attendance. Lady Marion and I are looking foward to the journey we are going on. Congratulations to Ill. Sir Woody Brown on being elected Potentate of Khedive Shrine and his Lady Terry. I look forward to supporting him and the Divan this year, along with my Lady Marion. The Potentate has appointed me Hi-Noble Booster Chairman this year. I’m asking all the Unit Heads, Club Presidents and the Secretary’s of all these organizations to help me in getting support for the Hi-Noble. Nobles without your help we would not be able to have an award winning publication, remember together we can do anything. Thank you again for electing me as your Oriental Guide. Lets make 2016 an outstanding year for Khedive Shrine. Yours in the Faith Bill Hoggard Oriental Guide

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llustrious Sir, Illustrious Sirs, Members of the Divan, and Nobles All: First, I would like to congratulate Illustrious Sir Woody on his nomination to the office of Illustrious Potentate, evidence of his hard work and dedication to the Khedive Shrine Center. Secondly, congratulations to the Divan for their election and advancement in leadership for 2016. I look forward to serving with Illustrious Sir Woody and the Divan in making this an exciting and fun filled year for Khedive. I would like to thank Illustrious Sir Woody for appointing me as Director of Uniformed Units for 2016. It is an honor to serve in this position once again. Mark Barham, Assistant Director, and I have a busy year ahead of us. We are working hard to encourage Khedive Units to attend as many functions as possible to provide needed visibility and recognition. The parade season begins with the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade at Ocean View on March 19th. A pre-parade breakfast will be hosted by Illustrious Sir Bill Kern. Refreshments will be served at the Knights of Columbus on Government Avenue after the parade. This parade is the first of many. Your participation in parades is vital. Whether a Shrine Mason is in uniform walking, riding cars, motorcycles, or floats, we have the opportunity to educate the public of the amazing work being done at the Shriner’s Hospitals for Children. To the right is a list of 2016 Temple parades and events. For further updates, visit the Temple web site and mark your calendars. There are many events to enjoy this year; the Chesapeake Oyster Roast, Shrine Night with the Admirals, Khedive Rodeo and the Oyster Bowl, just to name a few. I will make sure you have the information you need as each event gets closer. Please mark your calendars now to reserve the dates. Participation is very important as when we socialize and share our experiences of the Mystic Shrine and Masonry at any event, it helps to educate the public on what we are all about. Remember to utilize the Temple web site. It is a valuable resource that provides a calendar of events, articles, procedure manuals, photos, fund raisers, and much more to keep us informed. Contact Anne to add information to the site. A welldeserved thank you to Anne for all her hard work diligently maintaining this valuable resource. I look forward to working with each and every Unit Head as we support our Temple through increased visibility. I will provide appropriate leadership to the best of my ability and look forward to enthusiastic participation throughout the year. Yours in Faith, Alton Kinchen - Director of Uniformed Units

2016 Parade Schedule March 19

ST PATRICK’S DAY * Norfolk, VA

April 2

DAFFODIL Gloucester County, VA

April 23

NORFOLK NATO * Norfolk, VA

May 21

FOUNDERS DAY PARADE * Holland, VA

May 28

STRAWBERRY Pungo, VA

May 30

MEMORIAL DAY Portsmouth, VA

June 18

SPRING CEREMONIAL * Chesapeake, VA

July 2-7

IMPERIAL SESSION Houston, TX

July 4

CHESAPEAKE’S 4TH OF JULY Chesapeake, VA

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September 10

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September 17

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October 8

MASONIC HOME* Richmond, VA

October 15

FALL CEREMONIAL * Chesapeake, VA

November 5

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November 10-12

GRAND LODGE SESSION Richmond, VA *Temple Function

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Khedive Transportation

FROM THE DESK OF CLIFF ATKINSON By Chairman Khedive Transportation

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or the third time in two months, we’ve had to tell a parent that we could not get drivers to take them to the hospital. When I reviewed our driver’s list, I found we have a number of “official family” member listed (on our list for insurance purposes) and a number of drivers who only make a trip once a year or so. Recently, we’ve had couple of our drivers who have taken trips at the drop

of a hat decide it was time to slow down. The number of drivers who actually want to make trips is now relatively small. We are in need of drivers who are in good physical condition willing to drive on short notice. If you would like to be a driver, please contact myself or Nancy in the Transportation Office. I always like to look at our recent past to see how we are doing now. Sometimes we can spot trends that are not readily apparent. Over the last five years, we have provided van transportation to 532 patients with 491 trips, an average of 98 trips per year. Where five years ago we only had to provide 10 commercial air trips to Cincinnati with 7 air wing trips, this year we had to provide 16 commercial trips with only 1 air wing trip. The difference is we now only have 2 volunteer pilots available where before we had 10 or 12. In 2015, we spent over $30,000 on commercial air trips. It could have been

worse if we hadn’t made 5 or 6 trips to Cincinnati by van. I also like to look at how we are spending our money versus how much we are receiving. Over the last five years, through your efforts, the Transportation Fund has received just over $699,000. During that same period, we have spent $671,730, or about $ 27,500 less than we received. However, if we look at only the past three years, the Transportation Fund has received only $8900 more than was spent. Is this a result of our dwindling membership? This past year, the Transportation Fund received $10,000 less than our three year average. My dilemma is where do I cut spending without affecting the safety of our drivers and patients. At least we currently have a Transportation Program that has been recognized as one of the best by our hospitals. Isn’t it great to be a “Khedive” Shriner!

HOSPITALS TRIPS REPORTS By Nancy Lane Travel Coordinator

MONTH

JANUARY YTD

VAN Trips/Pts

9 9

9 9

SELF DRIVE Trips/Pts

1 1

1 1

AIRWING Trips/Pts

0 0

0 0

COMMERCIAL Trips/Pts

3 3

3 3

SHRINERS PATIENTS AT KHEDIVE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY

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Hospital Reports

PHILADELPHIA HOSPITAL REPORT By Lon Weber Member Board of Governors

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he importance of the position of Recorder at each Shrine Center cannot be overstated and with this writing we bid a fond Khedive Shrine and Masonic farewell to Charlie Lee who has served us with distinction for more than a decade and a half. Charlie has been the fulcrum around which all action of benefit to our Shrine Center has moved. He possessed the knowledge and historical perspective that will be difficult to replace in the coming years as difficult decisions concerning our hospitals everywhere will present themselves, including our own at Philadelphia. Having said that, Noble Wayne Kelley who by unanimous vote at our Business Meeting January 9, is a person, Mason and Shriner who by his experience and dedication brings to the position of Recorder the necessary strengths to build upon the foundation and move forward with new vigor and enthusiasm So it is with sincere thanks and appreciation to Recorder Lee and a hardy welcome to Recorder Kelley that this entry on behalf of the Philadelphia Hospital is dedicated. Lon Weber

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Khedive Calendar of Events

SUNDAY

FEBRUARY

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14

21

28

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY 3

THURSDAY

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2

Mini 18 Wheelers Horse Patrol Drum & Bugle

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard Beach Bum Brothers

8 Franklin SC Official Visit Autos, Scooters Arab Patrol Drum & Bugle

9 Portsmouth SC Official Visit Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

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15 Deadline Potes Ball Tickets Chesapeake SC Camaros Drum & Bugle

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18

Yacht Club Band Clowns

Divan Meeting 11 AM Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

Tidewater SC Official Visit Directors Staff

22 Peninsula SC Official Visit Eastern Shore SC Drum & Bugle

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25

Band Motor Corps

Suffolk SC Legion of Honor Hillbillies

Williamsburg SC .Official Visit Airwing Desert Patrol

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

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5

6

Ocean View SC Official Visit Directors Staff

Virginia Beach SC Official Visit

Roadrunners

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12

13

Provost Guard

RITUALISTIC DIVAN SWEETHEART DANCE 19

20 SHRINE NIGHT WITH THE ADMIRALS

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27 POTENTATE’S BALL

29 Drum & Bugle

SUNDAY

MONDAY

MARCH

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

2

3

4

5

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

Williamsburg SC Airwing Desert Patrol

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

Virginia Beach SC

SUFFOLK SC FISH FRY

10 CENTURY CLUB LUNCHEON 11AM Lake Drummond Lodge Shrine Night

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12

6

7

8

9

LEGION OF HONOR BBQ

Mini 18 Wheelers Horse Patrol Drum & Bugle

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Provost Guard

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SPRING SASA, NASHVILLE TN Divan Meeting 11AM Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

SPRING SASA, NASHVILLE TN

SPRING SASA, NASHVILLE TN

DESERT PATROL Franklin SC Autos PIZZA Scooters LOS Arab Patrol installation 2PM Drum & Bugle

Yacht Club Band Clowns

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Chesapeake SC Camaros Drum & Bugle

Band Motor Corps

Suffolk SC Legion of Honor Hillbillies

Cabiri Official Visit

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Knights of Mecca

AUTOS SIMONSDALE DANCE PAGE 40

Tidewater SC Directors Staff

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CASUAL DRESS Daffodil BEGINS Day Parade 4 Mini 18 Wheelers Horse Patrol Drum & Bugle

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Franklin SC Autos Scooters Arab Patrol Drum & Bugle

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Divan Meeting 11 AM

Lynnhaven Lodge Shrine Night

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DRUM & BUGLE FISH FRY INSIDE BACK PAGE

Chesapeake SC Camaros Drum & Bugle

Yacht Club Band Clowns

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

Tidewater SC Directors Staff

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10 PROVOST BBQ

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Williamsburg SC Airwing Desert Patrol

7 Ocean View SC Directors Staff Berkely Lodge Shrine Night

8 9 Virginia Beach SC HI-NOBLE 2ND QTR DEADLINE

Provost Guard

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23 Nato Day Parade

UNITS & CLUBS MEETING 6:30PM

Band Motor Corps

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Mini 18 Wheelers Horse Patrol Drum & Bugle

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard Beach Bum Brothers

Williamsburg SC Airwing Desert Patrol

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

Virginia Beach SC

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10 Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

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9 Franklin SC Autos, Scooters Arab Patrol Drum & Bugle

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Chesapeake SC Camaros Drum & Bugle

Yacht Club Band Clowns

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

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MAY MOTOR CORPS SHRIMP FEAST 8

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MEMORIAL DAY

Band Motor Corps

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Provost Guard

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Holland Day Parade

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KHEDIVE HAPPENINGS By Joe Ramsey

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is here and ready to go. Newly elected Potentate Illustrious Sir Woody Brown is itching to get things going. Let’s get it started. The St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts things off on March 19th. This is the parade everyone waits for and Khedive Temple is a huge part of it. Come on out and have a jello shooter or six. Next up on the 20th is the Children`s Easter Egg hunt bring your kids, your grandkids heck any bodies kids out to search for eggs and enjoy the fun. If we are lucky there may be some Khedive Clowns and balloons there. Hold on to your hat the next event is the max daddy of them all the Chesapeake Shrine Oyster Roast on March 26th from 1:00 to 4:00. Folks this is the event where everyone gets to break out of that cabin fever blues and have a great time. Be there or be square. I could go on and on forever with good things happening and I would stop there but I will run through a couple of high lights in April. April 10th is the date of the Provost Barbeque. The following weekend on the 17th will be the Drum Corp. Fish Fry. Still want more fish? The Ladies Shrine well be holding their Annual Fish Fry on April 24th. Check the Khedive web page for the exact times and prices. Remember you only get out of it what you put in so let`s get active. Yours in the Faith, Joe Ramsey

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CHANTER CHATTER

DESERT PATROL

By Charlie Downing

By Secretary/Treasurer Parker McDaniel, Jr.

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hedive Chanters Christmas Party was on Saturday, December 19th. We had a total of nine who attended: Past Potentate Elwood Paschal & Lady Pat, Charlie & Elisabeth, Larry Pugh, Mike and his two sons. On the Bank Candy Fund the following had paid: Joe, Ken, Mike, Skip, Justin, Bob, Marshall and Charlie. This may be my last report. We are still in the market for a singing Chanter and a non singing Chanter. Will the reader of this message volunteer to join the Chanters? Charlie Downing 2015 Secretary/Treasurer

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reetings Nobles and Happy New Year to all. We would like to congratulate our newly elected Potentate Ill. Sir Woody Brown and his Divan and hope they have a very successful 2016. We also want give shout out to our new Oriental Guide Noble Bill Hoggard and Temple Recorder Noble Wayne Kelly that they have an easy transition in their new positions. We would also like to thank Ill. Sir Charlie Lee for his hard work and dedication as our Temple Recorder for the last 10+ years and hope he enjoys his retirement. In December we elected and installed our new officers for 2016 Captain Raymond McDaniel, 1st Lt. Brian Long, 2nd Lt. Mel Allmond (PC) and Sec/Tres. Parker McDaniel, Jr. (PC). I would like to take this opportunity to thank Noble Tim Warford for his dedication as our Sec/

BEACH BUM BROTHERS By Captain J. Richard Rawls

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rom the Beach Bum Brothers Unit “Welcome to 2016” and let’s make it yet another great year. We extend are congratulations to the newly elected and installed Potentate and Divan of Khedive Shrine. We look forward to working with Illustrious Sir Woody Brown and supporting his theme of “Strength in Unity”. If you have seen us riding in various parades in the past, we do our best to interact with the folks along the parade routes, especially the young children. Their expressions as we ride up to them and speak with them are amazing.

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We as Beach Bum Brothers do our best to spread the good cheer and message of Khedive to everyone we see along the parade routes and have been well received by all. Having fun and spreading the message about the great work of the Shriners is what we do best. The Beach Bum Brothers are beginning their seventh year in Khedive and are excited about being a part of the various Shrine events. We are planning to participate in everything that our schedules allow. The officers of the Beach Bum Brother’s Unit for 2016 are Captain,

Tres. for the last 10+ years and I will be picking his brain for the knowledge he has buried there over the years. It’s getting near the time for our annual Pizza Fest which will be held on March 13th from 1pm to 4pm at the Shrine Center, tickets available from any member. We are in the process of getting the bikes ready for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and look forward to seeing all the units. Any Noble interested in joining the Desert Patrol we meet on the 1st Wednesday of the Month and we have bikes available. Yours in the Faith Parker McDaniel, Jr. (PC) Secretary/Treasurer

Desert Patrol Pizza Fest March 13th 1 - 4 PM @ Khedive Tickets Available From Any Member

Noble Richard Rawls, 1st Lieutenant, Noble Arthur Gandy and Secretary/ Treasurer Noble Bruce Edwards. Our other members include Noble Robert Parker, Noble John Howe and Noble Nick Raffaele. As you can see we are small in numbers but do all we can to represent Khedive and Shriners whenever possible in the area. Having Fun….Helping Children….. being the best Master Masons we can be, that’s us, the Beach Bum Brothers Unit. If you are interested in becoming a Beach Bum Brother and sharing in our fun, please feel free to contact Noble Richard Rawls, Captain, at 757-630-7774. The Beach Bum Brothers Unit hope everyone has an outstanding year! Noble Captain J. Richard Rawls 757-898-4484(Home) 757-630-7774 (Cell) Yorktown, VA


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KHEDIVE AUTOS By Secretary/Treasurer Skip Patnode

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reetings and Happy New Year from the Khedive Autos. We are a group of motor-heads/old car nuts. We don’t have to walk in parades, we ride in our old cars. We also work hard all year to put on our Annual Car and Craft show the third Saturday in August. 2015 was an extremely successful event with nearly 350 cars attending. 2016, being our 25th year is going to be even better. We had very successful and well attended Ladies Night and Christmas Parties this year. We are sponsoring a dance at the temple on March 12th for a Group named Simonsdale (page 40), the proceeds from which go directly to the Transportation Fund. Come on out!!

Our ladies are also very active supporting the Potentate’s lady’s charities. We meet at 7:00 pm with a social hour at 6:00 pm on the 2nd Monday of the month at the Temple. If you have an Antique, Classic, Custom, Street Rod or Rare or Limited edition car or just like cars and want to ride instead of walking, please consider joining THE AUTOS!

MOTOR CORPS By Past Captain Ernie Ayers

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ll of us with the Motor Corps hope everyone had a very joyous holiday and are looking forward to the new year. First we would like to thank now Past Potentate Ill Sir Elwood Paschal and his lovely lady Pat for a successful 2015. Next we would like to congratulate our new Potentate Ill. Sir Woody Brown and all the Divan members. Under you leadership we are looking forward to another prosperous and fun year. We would also like to congratulate one of our own and a very good friend Wayne Kelly for a successful election to the Divan as recorder. Lets give our new Potentate and all the Divan members the support they deserve in the upcoming year. On December 12th the Motor Corps held it's annual Christmas Party and installation of officers at the Smithfield Station and we are pleased to congratulate our new Captain, Curtis Mainwaring. Curtis is a long time member of the Motor Corps and we are looking forward to a great year under his leadership. Under "Captain Curt" Motor Corps mission is to boldly go where no Shriner has gone before and along with our new 1st Lt. Dave Beatty we are ready to beam out into the universe. Congratulations to all of our new officers, Captain Curtis Mainwaring, 1st Lt. Dave Beatty, P.C. Steve Smith as our new Treasure and George Messenger, Sec. Under the leadership of such qualified individuals Motor Corps will again be the best unit anywhere. Before the end of the year Motor Corps participated in the Virginia Beach Christmas Parade, The Lynnhaven Colony Christmas Parade, The Smithfield Christmas Parade and one of our favorite, the Urbanna Oyster parade and by the time you read this we will have performed on the ice at the Scope for

Shrine Night with the Admirals. Well that's all for now, Mark you calendars for our Shrimp Feast, May 1st at the Temple, so until then never forget why we are Shriners. Yours in the Faith PC Ernie Ayers Khedive Motor Corps

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KHEDIVE BAND By Secretary Kevin Gilbert

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e are pleased to report that Jeff Davis was re-elected as director of the Khedive Band and Buddy Creasy was appointed and accepted the position of assistant director. Kevin Gilbert was elected secretary and Rubin Kravitz was re-elected treasurer. We celebrated our 100th year as the Khedive Shrine Band and two nobles saw their 50th anniversary as Shriners, Granville White and George (Bud) Keen, 3rd. Congratulations to both of them for all they have done for Shriners International over the past 50 years. Also within the last year the concert band was transformed into a smaller combo group because the instrumentation makeup of the band significantly changed. The combo band is reminiscent of many club bands that performed in the 1960’s and 70’s playing jazzy versions of contemporary pop hits. The band plays a wide mix of tunes ranging from standards like “Stand by Me” to fun tunes like “Margaritaville” providing a range of numbers sure to spark fond memories and create new ones for audiences young and old. As the band enters its second century of providing quality entertainment for a good cause our goal is to spread good cheer through our performances throughout the Tidewater region. We are excited that the Band added four nobles in 2015 including, Kevin Gilbert and James Hollinden on trombone, Adam Haney and Jeff Haney on trumpet, all welcome additions to our brass section. We are excited to see how our band grew this past year. Members of the Brass Band played in two Christmas music performances in December. We entertained the residents at Westminster Canterbury and Atlantic Shores Retirement Community. Both groups indicated a grand time was had by all who were in attendance. The band participated in both MASA and SASA in September this year for the first time in a long time. Unfortunately, our parade effort was rained out for SASA but we did manage to entertain on the patio of the hotel for two evenings playing many upbeat contemporary numbers enjoyed by all. The band joined in with the Chesapeake Shrine Club attending the annual Christmas party. We had a grand time celebrating and installing our officers for 2016. Our “Spring Swing” dance will be held at the Khedive Temple on May 7th, 2016 featuring dance songs from our “Notables”

Top Photo L to R: Kevin Gilbert - Secretary, Jeff Davis - Director and Bud Keen (Proxy for Ruby Kravitz) - Treasurer

Big Band. Doors open at 7:30 with music from 8-10 PM. Horsd'oeuvres and drinks will be provided. It’s BYOB and admission is $15.00 per person or $25.00 for couples. Lace up your dancing shoes and come join us for a fun evening of dancing and music. If you have played an instrument in the past or just want to be a part of a growing unit, we are always looking for new members. We need a full time driver for the parades and can always use help with equipment and other things. We rehearse at the Shrine Activities Building Tuesday evenings. For more information, please give me a call at (757) 339-1986 or Jeff Davis at (757) 831-1635. Kevin Gilbert Secretary Khedive Band

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KHEDIVE CLOWNS By Joe Ramsey

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reetings from everyone’s favorite unit the Khedive Clowns. First off I would be remiss if I did not give a honk of a Clown nose to all of the Clowns who came out and supported the Christmas Party. Y’all sure can light up a room. Thanks. The St. Patrick’s Day Parade is our units first big test. And we are chomping at the bit to get at it. Come on guys let’s show Norfolk what Clowning is all about. The very next day on March 20th we have the Children’s Easter Egg hunt which is always a fun time. Folks the Clowns are always looking for smiling faces. So if you want to see what it is like to look into a child’s eyes and make them smile or laugh out loud this is the unit for. I have been there and I have done that and there is no better feeling in the world. We have people that can help you learn the art of make-up and even help you make up that first time. Last but certainty not least we have the world renowned “Clown barbeque.” Often imitated but never duplicated as the saying goes. Give Harry Tew AKA “BoBo” a call and he will hook you up. Or if you just want to drop by the Temple then look up our go to guy, Leroy Lane, knows where the secret stash is. Hope to see you on the streets. Keep Smiling, Joe Ramsey AKA Jingles

Clowns at Samaritan House Christmas Party - Top Photo: Ed Clifton, David (Gonzo) Davis, David McClellan, Bill Manier and Harry Tew

KHEDIVE CORVETTES By Secretary/Treasurer Larry Wells

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irst we want to extend our congratulations to our new Potentate, Illustrious Woody Brown and all elected and appointed officers. We will do our best to help in making this a year to remember! We would also like to thank Charlie Lee for all the assistance he has given us over the past several years as Recorder. Charlie has always been there for us when we needed some advice or just a little friendship. If there is ever anything we the Corvettes can do for you please let us know. We are excited to start 2016 and are starting off the new year with a new member. We welcome Noble William (Trey) Phelps to our unit and we look forward to having him participate with us and help us grow. We are getting our cars in order and will be ready for the St. Patrick's Day Parade! We are still in need of members and have cars available so anyone interested in our unit please give myself or any other member a call and we can set it up so you can come out and try

one of these little cars out. If you have never driven one of these little cars trust me you will love it and there is nothing more wonderful than seeing the faces of the children, young of older, when they see you go by in one of these cars. You are more than welcome to come out to our meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 PM in our meeting room at the Temple. Come on by and say hello! Yours in the Faith, Larry Wells Secretary Khedive Corvettes 757-277-3755 WLDWells49@aol.com

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CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB By Secretary Joe Ramsey

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ell it’s 2016 and I guess it is time to start from scratch again. Before we do all of us at the Club would like to give Past President Wayne Sherman a big “high five.” What a great year he had. The sad part is that a lot of ya’ll missed it by not showing up. We had a great Oyster Roast; we had boat trips, magicians, hearty meals shucks I could go on and on. The best part about it was that Wayne was right in the middle of it all getting his hands dirty. Now don’t you run off Wayne we need you now more than ever and hell we could use a bunch more or you if you know where we can find them. Okay that is enough of my man crush. What??? Great job “Chowda” no kidding. Next up let’s talk about the Oyster Roast. First off I cannot express how happy we are around the Club now that Eddie Hodges, Chairman Emeritus, is on the mends. It would not be a Roast without him giving us his world famous battle cry “Sell Tickets.” Now back to business the Oyster Roast is March 26th from 1:00 to 4:00. Club members should be receiving their tickets shortly. If you need more tickets we have plenty. PP Charlie Taylor already has us scheduled to be on the “Hampton Roads Show” March 24th. Nobles, being on the show is a great time to get together with friends and have fun. After the show there may be a breakfast on the horizon. If you are planning on working the event please

make sure you have signed up with your committee chairperson to get your name on the entry list. Let’s see if we can top 3,000 people through the gate again. Our April meeting will be our workers party, come on out and pat each other on the back and talk about another job well done. Our monthly meeting in May will be Ladies Night. President Dave has tentatively scheduled a trip on the American Rover out of Waterside normally going out on a Sunday. Nobles there will be a cutoff date for reservations and payment if we don’t have enough people we aren’t going simple as that. I will say it is a great time of as they say, “food, fun and fellowship.” I am planning on taking deposits well in advance so keep your ear to the ground. I am on a roll and I go on forever but my mouth is getting dry so it is time to wrap things up. In closing I would like everyone to take a second and say a pray for all the sick and afflicted in our group. Illustrious Sir Buddy Curran and Illustrious Sir Bob Foxwell come to mind right away please. Prayer does work and unfortunately we have quite a number among us who could use it right now. Nobles if you have an idea for theme for one of our meetings or a guest speaker we may be interested in hearing please let one of the Officers or Board members know and we will see what we can do.

Top Photo Left: Incoming 2016 Chesapeake Shrine Club President Dave McClellan with Wayne Sherman 2015 President Photo Bottom: CSC 2016 Officers

Also anyone who wants to become more active please contact me we truly want to see some new smiling faces and the Chesapeake Shrine Club is the best place to do it. Right off the bat I will tell you we need hors d’oeuvre preparers for our monthly meetings. What a great way to meet the guys. Remember your Lodge needs Masons and your Temple needs candidates. Chesapeake Shrine Club 3rd Monday of the month doors open at 6:00 and dinner is severed at 7:00. “We’ll leave the light on for ya.” Until Next Time - Regards, Joe Ramsey

CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY WITH UNIT & CLUB OFFICERS

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MOTOR PATROL By Captain Roger Hartman

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reetings and Happy New Year from the Khedive Motor Patrol. I was honored to be installed as Captain of the Motor Patrol by my father in law Illustrious Sir Charlie Taylor, P.P. at our December meeting. Also installed were Noble Eric Williams 1st Lieutenant, Noble Jim Allen 2nd Lieutenant, Noble PC Steve McGowan Secretary and Noble PC Phil Williams as Treasurer. The Motor Patrol would like to congratulate Illustrious Sir Woody Brown and his Divan on their recent elections and offer our support for 2016. On December 13th 2015 the Motor Patrol participated in a Christmas Parade in Chester VA, with the ACCA Shrine Motor Patrol. It was a fun parade and a joy to see all those White Harleys together on the street. It was a real crowd pleaser. The ACCA Motor Patrol is planning to join us for the St. Patrick’s day parade in March. The Patrol is making preparations to compete at the

International level in 2017 at the Imperial session in Daytona Beach Florida. We will be representing Khedive Shrine Center, and supporting our member Howard Helwig who will be President of the International Association of Shrine Motor Corps. We look forward to putting on a good show and to bring home a few trophies. The Motor Patrol meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in our unit room. If you own a Harley Davidson Motorcycle and looking to join a great unit, come visit as we are always looking for new members. Fraternally, Captain Roger Hartman

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The deepest sympathy of the Illustrious Potentate, Divan and Nobles of the Khedive Shrine is extended to the family and friends.

STANLEY HOGGE 10/19

FRED ALLEN, P.P. 12/7

JERRY HOLDEN 10/31

LEWIS BARLOW 12/16

DONALD JEWELL 11/10

F.M. FRIAS, JR. 12/16

RICHARD D. WRIGHT 11/20

WILLIAM CONGLETON, SR. 11/26

ROBERT STILLMAN 11/29

EMANUEL YAVNER 1/20

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DIRECTORS STAFF By Director Watt Perley

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ongratulations to Illustrious Sir Woody Brown and his Divan on their election to serve our Temple for the year 2016. I would like to thank Illustrious Sir Woody Brown on my appointment to the position of Temple Director, I consider it an honor to serve with this Divan. The Staff is looking forward to working with you and your Divan, if we are asked to serve. There is "STRENGTH IN UNITY.” The officers for the Staff did such an excellent job in the year 2015, I asked them to serve for the year 2016. Director, Watt Perley, President, Donald Respess, and Secretary and Treasurer, James Kiphart and I thank them for service. Saturday 9 January 2016 the Temple was opened for business and the election of Officers, Representative to the Imperial Council and members of the board of Trustees, and a report on the Temple membership. It was reported that we started the year 2015 with 2099 Nobles, we added 51 Nobles, for a total of 2150 Nobles, that is the good news, now the bad news we lost a total of 279 Nobles for a total of 1871 Nobles. We are now under 2000 Nobles. I do not know the answer on how we can sell the Shrine to our Brother Masons, in these hard times.

Charles E. "Charlie" Lee, P.P. did not stand for election to the position of Temple Recorder, this ends 16 years as Temple Recorder and as the Potentate for the year 1993. Thank you Charlie for your service to Khedive Temple and being a friend for 30 years, and a Homestead neighbor. Sunday 10 January 2016 the Devotional and Memorial Service was held at the Khedive Shrine Center, if you did not attend, it was a beautiful service followed by breakfast. As in the past years the reading of the names of 72 deceased Nobles, Taps and closing remarks. The service is open to all Nobles and their Ladies, and family. The service was conducted by the Temple Chaplain, the Reverend Noble Scott Foxwell. God Bless our Shriners Hospitals for Children.

CHARLES E. “CHARLIE” LEE, P.P. DID NOT STAND FOR ELECTION TO THE POSITION OF TEMPLE RECORDER, THIS ENDS 16 YEARS AS TEMPLE RECORDER AND AS THE POTENTATE FOR THE YEAR 1993. THANK YOU CHARLIE FOR YOUR SERVICE TO KHEDIVE TEMPLE.

FIRE BRIGADE By Past Chaplain and Chief Rob Allen

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reetings Nobles! HAPPY NEW YEAR! Please join me in congratulating the Fire Brigade 2016 Officers! • Josh D. Ramsey – Chief • Kevin M. Gurecki – Assistant Chief • Bob Travis Jr – Brigade Master, Secretary & Treasurer • Paul G. Orvis – Chaplain • Big Ed McAlpine – 1st Lt. There are lots of opportunities to fellowship this year so be sure to stay abreast to our events by THOROUGHLY reading the emails Bob Travis sends you, checking the Khedive web page and on our Facebook page. A sample of some upcoming events – • Shrine Night with The Admirals - Feb 20th • Potentate’s Ball & Reception - Feb 27th • St. Patrick’s Day Parade – March 19th • Easter Egg Hunt – March 20th We are always looking to build our ranks. If you would like to ride with the best unit around, drop by before one of our monthly meetings or give us a call. We meet the second Tuesday of every

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month at the Khedive Shrine Center (Rm #7) at 7pm. Fellowship and dinner is served promptly at 6:15. If you haven’t checked out our Facebook page, come on over and “friend” us. Search for us as http://www.facebook.com/khedive.firebrigade. See you online and everywhere else!! Contact Us: Secretary - Robert P. Travis, Jr. (Bob) (H) 426-6134 (C) 560-9746 fire4bills@cox.net Chief - Josh Ramsey Joshua.Ramsey@hii-nns.com


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DRUM & BUGLE CORPS By Assistant Director Richard Quintilone

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he Drum & Bugle Corps is stepping up for another great year. The 2016 officers are: Director: Joe Harris, Assistant Director: Richard E. Quintilone, Leader of Drums: Michael R. Versic, Leader of Bugles: Darren R. Lehm, Secretary/Treasurer: William F. Grice, Assistant Secretary: William J. Lehm, and Quartermaster: Eduardo I. Cantada. During our well attended Christmas Party we were proud to Honor Bill Lehm and Frank Grice for their outstanding service. Terry M. Riley was awarded the Drum & Bugle (and Glock) Corpsman of The Year. We greatly appreciate all of his outstanding work. Officiating over the swearing in was the Past Potentate Illustrious Clifton E. Smith. Robert and Lady Liz Metz and did an excellent job with the Poinsettias and table set ups. Lady Nancy Quintilone’s Bows and inspiring Christmas Gift Bags set the holiday tone with cool beads. Jimmy Newby was given the Skins Puzzle. We ended 2015 with the Oyster Bowl led by our distinguished Past Director

Terry Riley. This was a huge success, great attendance, Shrine participation and spring like weather. We owe tremendous graditude to the Hillbillies, Clowns, Swashbucklers, and the Chesapeake Shrine Club for presenting an over the chart presentation of Oysters and other comfort foods. We thank Chris and Charlie for tending the refreshments, Richard, Mike and Jessie controlled the gate. The Drum & Bugle Corps preformed at Footers Sports Bar & Grill to Honor all who served on Veterans Day. It was an honor and privilege to play a tribute to all that have served and those presently serving.We must always keep them in our prayers. A rendition of Taps by Jeff Davis was very passionate and respectful. Congratulations to our newest Snare Drummer, Oliver Fix and his lady Marlene, we have great expectations from our talented Boot. We put our feet on the street by introducing the Christmas season with the Lynhaven Colony Christmas parade we

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were the Guest performers at the Zulekia 75th Anniversary Christmas Celebration. Let us say we had a great time playing for our supper. Excitement is buzzing for the St. Patty’s Day Parade in OV. We will have our Green on and great Irish Tunes. Join us at the VFW, Knights of Columbus and Democratic Club. A great Parade to start the year. Nobles mark your Calendars again this year… Sunday, April 17th the Drum & Bugle Corps presents our World Famous Fish Fry! That’s right: Once again under the direction of Frank Grice, The Temple’s Best Fish Fry, To include: Jack Bell’s Fried Fish, Hush Puppies, Frank Grice’s secret beans and Slaw, Ladies of the Drum & Bugle Corps deserts, 50/50, live auctions, Ice Cold Beverages, AYCE Yummy food with Live entertainment. Bring a Friend, Family, Neighbor, or just show up. The price is still only $15.00 and we can process credit cards. The highlight of the day is The Drum & Bugle Corps with invited musicians for a Patriotic Jam Session. This is an encore performance by the award winning Drum & Bugle Corps with a special tribute to our Veterans. Join us for the annual Paper drive at Sam’s Club before Easter, Golf Tournament; work the TGOV in Ocean view, the Norfolk Beer festival, Holland day Parade, MASA and SASA. We would like to invite all Nobel’s to come out and join the Drum & Bugle Corps on Mondays, 7:00 PM. 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. The Drum Corps will be working hard this year helping our children… That’s what it is all about. May your families be blessed with God’s grace throughout the year. “We Are The Beat Of Khedive” Richard Quintilone Assistant Director Khedive Drum & Bugle Corps

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HILLBILLIES By Assistant Director Scott Slocum

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eetings one and all; By the time you read this the holidays will have come and gone and it’s back to work doing what we do best, supporting our hospitals and children. December 19th was the Hillbillies Officer Installation and Christmas gathering. Congratulations to Sam McAfee on his installation as Director of Hillbillies and his fellow officers for year 2016. Sam enters his directorship with a lot of new and innovating ideas that will be both profitable and enjoyable. Congratulations gentleman! There is however one other individual that whole heartedly deserves recognition. This individual guides, works,

directs, sets up and completes many various task in support of our hillbillie unit. I have personally observed this individual at work and their heart is truly HILLIBILLIE! Who is this indispensable person you ask? Why it’s none other than our very own, Nancy McAfee! Nancy has worked as Directress for past Director Andy Little and now in support of her hubby Sam McAfee. She also stepped up to the plate in support of Past Director

Kim Hall and his lady Patty as needed. Nancy, thank you for all that you have done and will continue to do for our unit, you are truly one of a kind. Having said this I would be remiss if I did not thank all of our wonderful ladies who have tirelessly helped make our unit has great as it is. Thank you ladies for your care and support. YITF Assistant Director Hillbillies

MINI 18 WHEELERS By Noble Michael Johansen

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reeting Nobles and Ladies, Our members congratulate Illustrious Elwood Paschal and Lady Pat for their outstanding leadership and participation in numerous events and worthy causes. We appreciated his generous support of the Khedive Temple’s charitable enterprises as Potentate throughout 2015. Our Captain Noble Gill Sawyer led our merry band of motorized brothers in the Urbanna Oyster Festival Parade, Christmas Parades in Gloucester County, Mathews County, Lynnhaven Colony (Best in the Parade award), and the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Christmas Parades. Many members and officers in our unit enjoyed sharing in the festivities at Grand Lodge, the Fall Ceremonial, the Stag Party and Children’s Christmas Party. We extend fraternal greeting and best wishes for a successful 2016 to all of our masonic family at the Khedive Shrine. Special congratulations to Illustrious Woody Brown and Lady Terry for accepting the awesome responsibility as Potentate and Lady of Khedive Temple. We had our annual Christmas Party and installation of officers at Froggy’s Restaurant on Shore Drive in Virginia Beach conducted again by Illustrious Jim Canterbury, Past Potentate. We have space for a few new Nobles to add to our fleet of trucks as we grow our unit. We invite you to drop on by the Truck Stop.

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LEGION OF HONOR By Past Commander Forrest Garland

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s always, the First Quarter was a busy time for the Legion of Honor. On November 6th - 8th we attended the International Assocation Legion of Honor Arlington Wreath Laying Memorial. It was attended by IALOH Adjutant Emeritus/MASA PC/PC Ron Lee and his Lady Helen, PC/Ill. Paul Pennybacker, PC Forrest Garland and his Lady Harriet, SASA Adj./PC/Ill. Pete Gordon, CDR R.G. Brown, PC Jack Laursen, and former LOH Noble Kevin Wilkerson. Khedive Fall Ceremonial Open House was held on November 20th and 21st. The Legion of Honor provided the bar and the Swashbucklers provided the food along with the Drum and Bugle Corps. LN John Glauner did a fine job with the bartending. CDR R.G. Brown presented a check for $2,500 to Potentate Elwood Paschal. Participating in the parade on Saturday were PC Forrest Garland, SASA Adj./PC/Ill. Pete Gordon, CDR R.G. Brown, PC Jack Laursen, SASA PC/PC Don Super, IALOH Adjutant Emeritus/MASA PC/PC Ron Lee, and 1st Vice CDR John Jones. SASA PC/PC Don Super and his Lady Phyllis and PC Forrest Garland and his Lady Harriet attended the Khedive Oyster Bowl game at Old Dominion University on 28 November. Also in attendance was LN/Oriental Guide Oscar Obsuna. Old Dominion lost to Florida Atlantic University.

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On December 5th we held our Installation of Officer’s at Gus & George Spaghetti House. We had a good turn out with 34 Nobles and their ladies. Our Officers elected and installed were Adjutant IALOH Adjutant/MASA PC/PC Ron Lee, Finance Officer SASA PC/PC Don Super, 2nd Vice CDR David Conner, 1st Vice CDR Greg Gustafson, and CDR John Jones by Chief Rabban Woody Brown. Also in attendance were his Lady Terry, Oriental Guide Oscar Obsuna and his Lady Violy. From ACCA Temple in Richmond were PC Al Rock and his Lady Betty and PC Bill Sears and Lady Peggy. The Black Camel hit the LOH, PC Jerry B. Holden on October 31st. Services were held on the 5th of November in the HollomanBrown Chesapeake Chapel with Masonic Rights. Interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Khedive High Noble Booster Program LOH Manager PC Milt Midgette wants to thank all LOH Nobles that signed up for the 2016 High Noble Booster Program. This is his fifth year at running the program. If you have not signed up, please send your check for $10.00 or contact PC Milt Midgette at 757-490-3407. 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 “IT IS INDEED AN HONOR TO BELONG TO THE LEGION OF HONOR”

PC IALOH Claude Meade, Imperial Potentate Jerry G. Gantt and IALOH Adj. Emeritus Ron Lee at Arglinton

CDR Brown and Past Potentate Elwood Paschal Receiving Check for Transportation Fund

PC Garland, Emeritus Adj Ron Lee, PC Jack Laursen, PC Ill. Pete Gordon, PC Don Super and CDR R.G. Brown- Fall Ceremonial

Potentate Woody Brown and Lady Terry LOH Installation

Potentate Woody Brown Installing CDR John Jones and Lady Andrea LOH Installation

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KNIGHTS OF MECCA By Secretary/Treasurer Ed Meise

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e wanted to try something different in 2015 with regard to our Annual Installation of officers for 2016. We asked Chesapeake Shrine Club and Brother Joe Ramsey if the Knights of Mecca could be included along with other Units in its Annual Installation of Officers. He agreed and our officers in the group were installed.

GOLF CLUB By Johnnie Chandler, Jr.

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reetings from The Khedive Shrine Golf Club, hope that all had a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Year. The 2015 Khedive Shrine Golf Club season ended on November 17 and this year the weather was very exceptional to us, with almost no rain outs and allowing us to get our 36 scheduled outings in. We did have one outing (Greenbrier C.C) that we started and got as many as 14 holes played before the rains came and stopped us from finishing. We had our last outing for the season at the Ocean View Golf Course where we had lunch, announcement of the club winners and prizes being given for the six different flights, plus announcing the Club Champion for 2015. The Club Championship this year went to two of our members, because they were tied with same net scores. Bruce Lowery and Phil Hopkins were tied with a low net score of 67 each (include handicaps) for the two round of golf that were required

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The officers of the Knights of Mecca for 2016 are Edwardo I. Cantada, Past Master of Churchland 276, as President, John F. Skinner Jr., Past Master of Portsmouth 100, as Vice President, and Edward Meise, Past Master of Lynnhaven 220, as Secretary/Treasurer. Our Board of Directors are Edward Usita, Woody Brown, Ronnie Shank, and Stormy Thorson, all Past Masters. We pledge our support to Illustrious Woody Brown, Potentate of Khedive Shrine for 2016, and wish him well for a successful year.

to be played. The low Gross Score during the season was won by Freedie Veraque with a 66. During this last outing we had one of our guest members, Dave Paul get a Hole-In-One on the number four hole. Dave is 87 years young and shot an 82 for his round and got a Hole-In-One for the closest to the pin for that hole. So there it is still hope for some of us getting a HoleIn-One. After the presentation of the winners and prizes, the Illustrious Potentate Elwood Paschal installed the New Officers of the Khedive Shrine Golf Club for the 2016 season. The newly elected Officers of the Khedive Shrine Golf Club are: President, Bill Hoggard; Vice President, J.W. Wilson; Secretary/ Treasurer, Clif Smith; Chaplin, Ben Scofield (Appointed); Director of Activities, Johnnie Chandler Jr.; and Board Member, Past President Parker McDaniel. As per last year, most of the members that won a prize donated their winnings back to the Club, approximately $900 dollars. During this 2015 golf season, the Khedive Shrine Golf Club with its Shrine and Guest Members with their donations each week, plus with their donated winnings back to the club, the Khedive Shrine Golf Club was able to make a donation of $ 8,500 to the Khedive Transportation Fund, after all bills were paid. We also have members of the Golf Club who own businesses or belong to an organization that during the 2015 season made separate donations to the Khedive

Shrine Transportation Fund. The Law and Disorderly made a $1,000 donation and the Pungo Service Center made a $451.00 donation, as well as several individual members of the Golf Club that make personal donations. Khedive’s Potentate and the Temple wants to give a Big Thanks to all its members (Shriners and Guest Members), the different organizations and businesses for supporting and making donations to the Khedive Shrine Transportation Fund supporting the 22 Shriner Hospitals for Children. News Letters and applications for the 2016 season will be sent out around the first of February, 2016. The Khedive Shrine Golf Club will be taking existing Shriner’s and Guest applications from the 2015 membership list first for the 2016 season and then we will be taking prospective membership applications for the 2016 golf season starting in February. Note: New Members: Shriners will be selected first and then guest members will be selected to fill opening for membership that become available. Note: Duffer’s Dictionary of Practice Tee. Mysterious place found on most golf courses where for some unknown reason players who are incapable of hitting 97 shots in under 5 hours can easily hit 100 balls in less than 10 minute. Yours in the Faith, Khedive Shrine Golf Club Johnnie Chandler Jr.


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OCEAN VIEW SHRINE CLUB By Secretary Alan Brown

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appiest of New Year Nobles, congratulations to our New Potentate, our newly elected Oriental Guide and to the rest of the Divan that moved up a position. Happy retirement to Recorder of Khedive Temple P.P. Charles Lee and congrats and welcome to the newly elected Recorder. OVSC wishes all the very best for 2016!! Let me introduce the 2016 officers of OVSC. President- George “Liggy”

Ligenfelter, Vice President-Richard “Smitty” Smith, returning to the Secy. Tres. & Sgt @ Arms positions are, respectively Alan Brown, Wayne Kelly & John Glauner. Together we will make 2016 a great year for OVSC. I’d like to give a Big THANKS to our outgoing President- Capt. Alex Martin. Capt. Alex held this great club together with his great leadership skills. The year of 2015 brought a lot of new membership to the Club, too

many to list!! Welcome New Members all!! OVSC is looking for more members. As I have mentioned in past letters in Hi Noble issues, we have Khedive Nobles that live within walking distance to where we hold meetings. If you’re reading this, c’mon out and visit and join!! OVSC meets the 1st Thursday of each month unless otherwise notified. We meet at Mom & Pop’s Family Restaurant, 331 East Bay View Blvd. at 6pm. Please come visit. Fraternally, Alan K. Brown

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SUFFOLK SHRINE CLUB By President Hunter March

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reeting all from Suffolk Shrine Club. We are excited about our upcoming year. We look forward to having each and every Noble come out and visit us this year. We meet the Fourth Wednesday every month at 6:30 PM social and 7:00 pm dinner. In December we had our Annual Christmas party with our

Left to right: Illustrious Sirs Joe Register, Bill Todd, Charlie Taylor, 2016 Potentate Woody Brown, Richard Wright, David Monell, Rick Underdown and Randy Murphy.

Ladies. Members of the Divan were present and Potentate Woodrow Brown installed the new officers. They are Hunter March, President, George Poston, Vice President, Gary Meyers, Sec/Tres, and Greg Taylor Assis. Sec/Tres. A good time was had by all. Our official visit was held January 27th at the Suffolk Shrine Club (photos bottom). We welcomed the new Divan for 2016. A fine meal was served and great fellowship was had by all. Yours in the Faith, Hunter March

Left to Right: Oriental Guide Bill Hoggard and President Suffolk Shrine Club Hunter March

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SCOOTER PATROL By Captain Jack Price

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he Scooter Patrol will be very busy this year as we gear up for the parades with St. Patricks parade in March. Our aim is to increase the participation in the parades this year. We also intend to add a parade this year with the Potentates blessing of course. The Scooters will be heading for Tampa this year for the Imperial Session in early July and of course have our LUAU for our fundraising event later in July. There

PROVOST GUARD By Captain Wesley King

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he Provost Guard held their annual Christmas Party and Officer Installation December 12th. The Party was held at Virginia Wesleyan College and the evening was much enjoyed by all. Thanks to the Captain and his committee for a superb Social and meal. Captain Woody Keating dismissed his committees and thanked everyone for all of their support last year. Thanks to all of the Ladies who provided the decorations for the event. Installed as Officers for 2016 were Captain Wesley King, 1st Lieutenant Gwinn Dunbar Jr., 2nd Lieutenant Bill Batten, Sergeant Mike Phelps and Secretary/Treasurer Larry Hale. Installation was by Illustrious Rick Underdown assisted by Assistant Rabban John Howe. Congratulations to Noble and Guard member Gwinn Dunbar Jr. for being selected as Provost member of the year for 2015. We congratulate Illustrious Sir Elwood Paschal on the fine job last year and we look forward to a fantastic year with Illustrious Woody Brown and the newly elected Divan. Congratulations to all the new officers in their clubs and units. Let’s all step up and make this year the success our Kids and Temple deserve. Illustrious Woody has set the tone, now it is up to every Shriner to make the year a true success. As we have all heard Temple membership is at an extreme low and it is up to us to attract new Nobles from our Blue Lodges. Let’s make this year one of extraordinary growth.

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will be many changes to in the Scooters this year as we try to expand our meeting place and form committees to make some necessary changes to our By Laws and other ways we do things. The Scooters will support the Potentate and his events and we hope to have a great year. I would like to express my gratitude and thanks to all the Scooter members and their ladies who provide their services in all our events and dedicate their time and energy to make sure everything run smooth. You know who you are and there are too many to name. Looking for a great year. Captain Jack Price

We are looking forward to the first parade of the year, the St. Pat’s day parade on March 19th. This is always a fun parade for everyone. Our annual ALL YOU CAN EAT Bar-B-Que will be Sunday, April 10th, 2016. Schedule your calendar early. All Provost members will have tickets and tickets ($10 P/P) will be available at the door. BBQ, Baked Beans, Hush Puppies, Cole Slaw, French Fries, Desserts and Beverages. There is no limit to what can be accomplished if those involved have no care as to who receives credit for the accomplishment. We are always looking for a few good men, come join us, we meet the 2nd Wednesday, each month at the Temple. Social is at 6:30 PM.

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TIDEWATER SHRINE CLUB By Treasurer Scott Traner

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ello my fellow Nobles, this is hoping you all had a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and are ready for another great year of taking care of our kids. I want to congratulate our new “Pote” and his Divan and wish him and them great success in this coming year. I also want to congratulate all new Units and Clubs officers for they play just as important a role in our endeavors for 2016. Have to brag a little about our Tidewater Shrine Club as we had a great plaque and other programs this year and gave over 12,000.00 to the Temple. I do want to talk about one special thing I have been fortunate enough to do. I get to be the “Santa” for the Temple (photo top). This has been the third year I have done this labor of love. Over the years all the patients gain a place in our hearts and Santa is no exception to the rule. I want

to talk about one such patient this year. I believe she might have been the first child to sit on Santas lap three years ago. Allison gave Santa a present (a Santa pin) before asking for anything for herself. I keep that pin on the dash board of my sleigh. She was born with problems with her legs and arms. That first year she was so beautiful I did not even notice the problems with her legs and almost tipped her over when I sat her down which did not phase her at all as she just rolled on. The second year she gave Santa a note written on a napkin that she had done with her feet.This also became a jewel for Santa and is on the wall in a frame at the North Pole. Both of these presents meant the world to me but this year she gave Santa the best present I have ever received. She called my name and when I looked over, with the help of her father, she was walking. I cannot begin to explain the joy this put into my heart

and my wish is for every Noble to feel this. Nobles come out to the kids parties or activities and get involved directly with them. The rewards to your hearts can never be measured or duplicated. This is what we do. I love being a Shriner, I love to help our kids and I want for all my brothers to have their hearts filled with the love I feel when we help ”OUR KIDS.” Enough for now, come on out and visit us the third Thursday of the month at Nicks restaurant at the bottom of the Coleman bridge in Gloucester. Social hour @6:00 pm and dinner at 7. Happy New Year brothers and always remember “Aint it Grand to be a Shriner.”

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SWASHBUCKLERS By Captain Alan Brown

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rrrrrrrrrr, I look out the port hole of my Captain’s Quarters, I am elated of the calmness of the Sea. This gives me a great opportunity to write to the Great Nobility of Khedive Shrine and give update on Swashbuckler’s doings. I am honored to serve as Captain to this Fine Unit in this year of 2016. I give congratulations to the newly elected Potentate and to the Divan, including the newest Oriental Guide. I look forward to be service under your command. Allow me to introduce the officers that will lead the sailing

of the Bounty of Hope (Our Ship) in the year of 2016. My subordinates are as follows: 1st Mate Brian (Crawfish) Crawford, Boatswain Mate Eric Farrer. Holding on another year from walking the plank are Secy. Phil (Puddin’ Cup) Cromartie & Tres. Grant (Domingo del Red) Smith. Hopefully I, Capt. Alan (Doming del Black) Brown will lead these officers and the crew to a prosperous fun year. I express my dearest Thanks to our Capt. 2015 Keith (Stump) Williams and his Lady Lynda for a great year. We again had a great fundraiser, our 4th Ever Pig Pickin’ and fun at a lot of Shipwrecks and the Ladies enjoyed the dinners out lead by Lady Lynda. Arrrrrrrrrrrr to a great 2015! The Swashbucklers are setting the course for this year. We plan to Parade, Party & Participate! We’re already making plans for out 5th Ever Pig Pickin’ held in September. We welcome our new members and open our gang plank for many more. We meet the 3rd Wednesday of each month in OUR Swashbuckler room at the end of the hall at 6pm, come visit! Enough said,I see cannonball acoming! Arrrrrrr, DDB

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PENINSULA SHRINE CLUB By President Bruce Edwards

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appy New Year and good health in the coming year to everyone from the Peninsula Shrine Club. On behalf of the Peninsula Shrine Club, I would like to congratulate Illustrious Sir Woody Brown for being elected Potentate of Khedive Shrine for 2016. Also congratulations to the 2016 Divan, especially our own Chief Rabban John Howe. The Nobles of the Peninsula Shrine Club look forward to working with and supporting Illustrious Brown and the Divan, assuring a very successful year. We will welcome Illustrious Brown at our February meeting. And to our new Oriental Guide Bill Hoggard... stock up on peanuts, M&Ms and chocolate raisins. Many thanks for a job well done to Illustrious Sir Elwood Paschal for serving as our Potentate for 2015. The Peninsula Shrine thanks you for your leadership and the great success you had during your year as Potentate. I would also like to thank Noble Arthur Gandy for his hard work and distinguished service as President of the Peninsula Shrine Club in 2015. Arthur is a good friend and trusted brother, I wish him continued success.

I AM WORKING WITH KHEDIVE TO HAVE A FAMILY SPEAK ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE AT OUR HOSPITALS. PLEASE PLAN ON ATTENDING AND BRING YOUR LADY.

The Peninsula Shrine Club held its annual Christmas dinner December 14, at Artie and Tony Steak House in Newport News. The attendance of our Ladies made it a very festive and special night. Also in attendance were Assistant Rabban John Howe and his Lady Valerie, along with High Priest & Prophet Mike Coffman and his Lady Susan. After enjoying an interactive social time, a delicious dinner, along with the dispensing of an abundance of door prices to lucky winners, the newly elected officers for both the Peninsula Shrine Club and Beach Bum Brother Unit were installed. The 2016 officers for the Peninsula Shrine Club are: President, Noble Bruce Edwards; Secretary, Noble Pete Eure; and Treasurer, Noble Van Wilson. Unfortunately at this time, the Club does not have a Vice President. The 2016 officers of the Beach Bum Brothers Unit are: Noble Richard Rawls, Captain; Noble Arthur Gandy, 1st Lieutenant; and Noble Bruce Edwards, Secretary/Treasurer. Our first meeting of the New Year will be January 25th. We are fortunate to have Noble Jerry Burks of Burks Accounting Bookkeeping and Tax Services as our guest speaker. Jerry will be speaking on the changes to the 2015 tax regulations. We will also be electing our board of directors at the January meeting. For our February meeting we will host the Divan for its official visit. Their visit and comments will be our February program. April will be Ladies Night. I am working with Khedive to have a family speak about their experience at our hospitals. Please plan on attending and bring your Lady. This is an excellent opportunity

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to show our Ladies what the Shrine is all about. Nobles, it is important to have interesting and fun meetings. If you have a particular program that you know of, or a subject that you would like discussed, please do not hesitate to let me known. This is our club and your opinions and interest matter. Fund raisers are always front and center for making our club a success. If you have ideas for a fund raiser, or just a fun event, please let me know your ideas. I do not have a firm date yet but we will be having our Vidalia Onion sale again this year probably around the end of April. I will try to coordinate this with a Paper Drive that will help with the onion sales. Our fishing trip has always been a fun event for our Nobles and their families. Unfortunately the fishing boat company has relocated to the south side. However we will continue to pursue this event in 2016. Shrine Plaque sales are another opportunity for our club to raise money for Shriner Hospitals. As we begin the new year please consider renewing your plaque for 2016 or becoming a first time plaque owner. Plaque sales are not limited to Shrine members. Please consider approaching a friend or business owner about purchasing a tax deductible Shriner Hospital plaque. The cost is $100 each. As a Past Master I know and appreciate the importance of the Blue Lodge. The Blue Lodges are the roots and trunk of the Masonic tree that feeds all the branches of our appendant bodies. The Blue Lodges, like us need members, and we should do everything in our power to grow our numbers not only in our Lodges, but also in the Temple as well. Remember from whence our membership comes. When you visit your Blue Lodge spread the word about our 22 Shrine Hospitals and the good work we do to support the hospitals where “all care and services are provided regardless of the families ability to pay.” Nobles, in closing I want to enlist the help of every Noble in making this a successful year for the Peninsula Shrine Club. Please support our fund raising activities. For those who we have not seen for a while, our stated meetings are on the 4th Monday of each month. We meet at Artie and Toni's (Steve's) Steakhouse, 11847 Jefferson Ave., Newport News, social time: 5:45 – 6:30; dinner meeting at 6:30. Come on out, have fun, and enjoy the camaraderie of new and old friends. “Together Brethen” Bruce Edwards - 757-868-8220 - ble822@gmail.com


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WILLIAMSBURG SHRINE CLUB By Gary Palmer

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reetings from the Northwest corner of Khedive territory! The Williamsburg Shrine Club extends its congratulations to Illustrious Sir Woody Brown on his election to Potentate for 2016, and to all the members of the Divan in their new positions. A special welcome to Bill Hoggard on his election as Oriental Guide. We look forward to the Official visit in February, we can taste the Peanuts already! Congratulations go to Wayne Kelly, our new Recorder. Our club extends sincere thanks to Past Potentate Elwood Paschal for his leadership during 2015 and for all the years he served on the Divan, and to Lady Pat for her support during Elwood’s years of service. We also extend our sincere thanks to Illustrious Charlie Lee, Recorder Emeritius for his many years of service as Recorder.

2015 was a good year for our Club. Activities included two Spaghetti dinners, two paper drives, and our annual Golf Classic. The total funds raised and turned over to Khedive for the hospitals, transportation fund, and building fund was over $13,000. Our goal is to beat that number in 2016. During 2015 our membership grew considerably. We welcomed 5 new Nobles into our fold: Welcome to Warren West, Larry Spore, Tom Lane, Bud Barnett, & Jim Yates. On December 2, 2015 we held our annual Christmas Party and Installation. Officiating our installation was High Priest & Prophet, Williamsburg’s own Mike Coffman. Mike administered the oath of office to Noble Tom Damon - President, Noble Gerry Frey - Vice President, and

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Noble Richard Stratton - Treasurer, and to our incoming Board of Directors. On a side note, this is Richard’s 25th year as Treasurer – Thank You Richard !! 2015 was a fun year in Williamsburg and 2016 will be even better. If you can make it up to our neck of the woods all are welcome at our meetings. We meet the first Wednesday of the month (except August & December which are our Ladies Nights) at the Holiday Inn on Bypass Rd. Social hour starts at 6:00, dinner at 7:00. Take Rte #64 west to the Camp Peary exit and make a left, then a right at the 2nd light on to Rte #132 to By-Pass Rd. Make right on By-Pass to the Holiday Inn. Before signing off, the Williamsburg Shrine Club extends a sincere thank you to Noble Tom Lasher for the many years he devoted to this column. Be assured we’re not going to let Tom sit idle, after a well-deserved rest (30 days should be enough), we’ll find him a new challenge. Fraternally, Gary Palmer

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VIRGINIA BEACH SHRINE CLUB By President Scott Slocum

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reetings, I hope you had a festive and enjoyable Christmas and New Year celebration. Most certainly it is a very busy time of year for all of us. As we move in into 2016 there’s plenty more to do and the Virginia Beach Shrine Club is right in the mix. On Friday, January 8, 2016, we held our annual Memorial Service honoring

our departed brethren. This date also marks the final time the Virginia Beach Shrine Club will meet at the FOP Club on Birdneck Road. We have all lived through it and if time has taught us anything it’s that change is inevitable. The first time my parents saw the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show they were certain we were doomed. Where’s Guy Lombardo, Mitch Miller and Lawrence Welk? Well, they didn’t turn into the Grateful Dead or Rolling Stones, they went the way of the dinosaur and so will we if we don’t evolve and evolve we shall! Welcome to the new home of the

Virginia Beach Shrine Club. Our new location is the Virginia Beach National Golf Club “Black Angus Restaurant” 2500 Tournament Drive, Virginia Beach. Our first meeting at this location will be Friday, February 5, 2016, at 6:00 PM for the Potentates official visit. This would not have transpired without the assistance of our very own Mike and Chris Savvides. Thank you for your assistance and continued support of our club. The Virginia Beach Shrine Club is looking to fill the secretary’s office. If you or someone you know is interested in this position, contact any club officer or nominating chairman Bill Keating. Yours in the Faith, Scott Slocum

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YACHT CLUB By Past Commodore Ron Filer

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he Yacht Club cast off on June 4th for a land cruise to Union, West Virginia to participate in the annual Farmers Day Parade on June 6th. The Yacht Club "Snappy" and "blue boat" we're towed up for the Parade. The weather was perfect for a parade and we had the honor of having our Potentate, Illustrious Sir Elwood Paschal, and our Chief Rabban, Woody Brown, riding in the "blue boat" with Past Illustrious Sir Dick Wight riding shotgun in the tow vehicle. Past Illustrious Sir Jim Canterbury, our Past Commodore, captained "Snappy" (see photo right). Past Commodore Ray Clyburn was captain of the "blue boat" and Past Commodore Ron Filer was skipper of the tow vehicle. In addition to the Yacht Club, the Potentate's personal aid, Paul Beck and several other Khedive Units traveled to Union, West Virginia for the Parade, including Motor Corps and Motor Patrol. "Khedive Shrine Center was well represented!" Khedive Nobles and their ladies were treated to dinner the night before the Parade by the Greenbrier Shrine Club, and lunch after the Parade was provided by the Monroe Masonic Lodge. Everyone in Union welcomed Khedive Nobles and their ladies and stood ready to assist in every way possible. The fellowship and the friendship extended was unparalleled making for an outstanding weekend. The Yacht Club has been very active this summer. We have had great cruising including traveling by boat and land cruisers, to honor our Potentate Illustrious Sir Elwood Paschal and Lady Pat to Smithfield Station on the Pagan River. While the weather threatened it did not disrupt any scheduled activities. As a result, everyone enjoyed themselves and had a chance to relax to also enjoy the Shrine fellowship, good food at the hospitalities and Smithfield Station. After the Potentate's Cruise, preparations began for the annual MAASYC rendezvous at Great Oaks in Chestertown, MD. The Yacht Club was represented by four boats, who made the very long cruise, and several land yachts. The Yacht Club did extremely well in the competitions as evidenced by the following awards: BOAT PARADE.... First Place, Don Super, P.C., Third Place, Jim Canterbury, P.P., P.C.; BOAT DECORATIONS..... First Place, Jim Canterbury, P.P., P.C., Second Place, Travis Twiford, P.C., Third Place, Don Super, P.C. The Yacht Club also won the Burros Trophy and Ever's Trophy for the sixth straight year. These Trophies are for the best yacht club at the MAASYC Rendezvous and for the most points accumulated during the year for competition awards, attendance at Commodore's Balls, MAASYC meetings, etc. These Trophies are the top two awards in MAASYC. The Yacht Club participated in the MASA parade at Virginia Beach and won First Place for Division 1, Yacht Club Float. Needless to say our trophy case is overflowing. The Yacht Club's final cruise was down the Intercoastal Waterway to the Albermarle Sound for the "Albermarle Loop.“ The first half of a scheduled 8 day cruise was great weatherwise;

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however, the weather seriously deteriorated on day 5 resulting in cancellation of the last half of the cruise. Sometimes Mother Nature can change conditions rather quickly and you must adjust to accommodate, but the fellowship was still great. The Yacht Club is a family oriented club who enjoy boating, good fellowship, and spreading the word and purpose of the Shrine and the hospitals they provide. Membership in the Yacht Club is available to all Shriners, whether you own a boat or not. Just contact any member for an application and join us on our cruises by boat or land yacht. The fellowship is outstanding!

SPRING CEREMONIAL JUNE 17 OPEN HOUSE JUNE 18 CEREMONIAL DUES 2016 INITIATION TOTAL DUE

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Petitition For Membership

To become a Shriner, you must be a Master Mason in good standing. If you are not yet a Master Mason, just contact us and we will direct you accordingly. However, if you are currently a Master Mason, please complete Petition for Membership, and mail to: Khedive Temple, 645 Woodlake Dr, Chesapeake, VA 23320, or call 757-420-4510 (ext: 303) and ask for our Membership Noble Bill Gray. Pd.

Petition for Initiation and Membership Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine KHEDIVE TEMPLE 645 Woodlake Drive Chesapeake, VA 23320

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To the lllustrious Potentate, Officers and Nobles of Khedive Temple, Situated ln The Oasis of Chesapeake, Desert of Virginia: l, the undersigned, hereby declare that l am a Master Mason in good standing in Lodge, No. , AF. & AM., located at (COPY OF DUES CARD REQUIRED). Furthermore, I do not now and never will, hold membership in or allegiance to any Body claiming to be Masonic that has been declared clandestine. I have resided within the jurisdiction of your Temple, or in unoccupied territory, not less than six months, as required by the Constitution of the Imperial Council, and that I am not under suspension or expulsion in the Body prerequisite to this Order, and respectfully pray that I may be made a Noble of the Mystic Shrine, and become a member of your Temple. If I be found worthy, and my request granted, I promise to confirm to all the Ceremonies, Engagements, Constitutions, Regulations and Edicts of the Imperial Council; together with those of your Temple. Birthplace

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WILLIAM J. ALLSBROOK PHIL & POLLY ANNARINO ERWIN & NENA ARELLANO BUDDY & PEGGY BAGLEY, P.P. MARK & TERESA BARHAM JOHN & LINDA BARTLETT CHARLES BATEMAN LINDSAY R. BAZEMORE CHARLES “PINKIE” & NANCY BLAND JOEL BUNDY WILLIAM & SUZETTE BURKE JAMES CARR BUTCH & LEAH CASPER EDNA CATES ROBERT & JEAN CLAUD MILES COCHRAN, JR. MAURICE COHEN LEROY T. COLEMAN FRED & BETTY CRAWFORD MARY ALICE DALTON KENT DAUGHTREY G.E. “MIKE” DUNCAN, JR. JAMES EICHELIBERGER HAROLD G. FARRELL W.L. FENSKA, JR. RON FILER YACHT CLUB

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JUDY FOSTER CESAR B. GELLE JOANN & CARLTON L. GILL, JR. EARL & HELEN GRAY DIXIE J. GRINNALDS H.F. HAZELWOOD BILL & PHYLLIS HENLEY VERNON HOLLOMAN, JR CLIFTON HUNTER, JR. ROSA LEE HUNTER J.W. JEFFRIES DON J. JEWELL JIMMY & VANESSA JONES R. TIMOTHY JONES PORTSMOUTH SHRINE CLUB M. DONALD KOLLATH MIKE & PAT KUDSK ROBERT LAMBERT JOHN T. LAWSON WILLIAM D. LEWIS JAME T. LUNN, JR. GEORGE C. MAIN DERK V. MARTIN MICHAEL “ASHLEY” MARTIN BILL & ESTER MCCLARE DAVE MCCLELLAN

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Black & White Advertising Rates FULL PAGE - $600 - 1 year for 4 quarters HALF PAGE - $400 - 1 year for 4 quarters 1/4 PAGE - $220 - 1 year for 4 quarters 1/8 PAGE - $140 - 1 year for 4 quarters 1/16 PAGE - $100 - 1 year for 4 quarters

ANNUAL RATES FOR FOUR ISSUES Contact Khedive Office 757-420-4510 info@khediveshrine.org 1ST QTR 2016


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The Khedive Band Spring Swing Dan

KHEDIVE AUTOS PROUDLY SPONSORS

featuring The Khedive Notables Dance Band &

The Virginia HarmonHeirs Barbershop Quartet at the Khedive Shrine Center

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THE ANNUAL SIMONSDALE DANCE SATURDAY MARCH 12TH 8:00 PM till 12:00 PM Khedive Temple Ball Room 645 Woodlake Drive, Chesapeake, VA

MUSIC BY COOL-OUT BYOB and Munchies Set Ups Furnished Tickets $20.00 per person

For more info call (757) 831-1635 or Visit us at https://www.facebook.com/khediveshrineband

Contact Robert Horton 757-439-6721 - rehorton1967@gmail.com

Net proceeds from this event are for the benefit of the Khedive Shrine Band. Payments are not deductible as charitable contributions.

Proceeds to the Khedive Transportation Fund

HI-NOBLE


• Khedive • drum & Bugle Corps

Sunday, March 22

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Khedive Shrine Center 645 Woodlake drive • Chesapeake Va For InFormatIon ContaCt: Joe harris: 575-0931 • Richard Quintilone: 478-1355 • Frank Grice: 499 4552

Fried Fish • hush puppies • Baked Beans • Cole Slaw Clam Chowder • Beverages • hot dogs (for Children)

Entertainment! Come Enjoy Good Food, 50/50, Auctions & Much More! Proceeds from this activity are not for the benefit of the Shriner's Hospitals


KHEDIVE SHRINE Phone: 757-420-4510 Fax: 757-420-5352 info@khediveshrine.org www.khediveshrine.org

KHEDIVE SHRINE CENTER 645 WOODLAKE DRIVE CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320 Time Value Material

2015 DIVAN POTENTATE Woody Brown (Terry) woody1485@aol.com (H) 255-4386 (C) 288-5035 CHIEF RABBAN John Howe (Valerie) johnfhowe@cox.net (H) 825-1569 (C) 592-5584 ASSISTANT RABBAN Mike Coffman (Susan) scoffman5@cox.net (H) 253-0168 (C) 903-9692

APPOINTED DIVAN

OFFICIAL FAMILY

AIDES STAFF

FIRST CEREMONIAL MASTER Steve Owen (Becky) (H) 427-3641

HIGH PRIEST & PROPHET Oscar Obsuna (Violy) macxusn@yahoo.com (H) 483-5009 (C) 408-823-9622

SECOND CEREMONIAL MASTER Todd Knight (Diane) (C) 439-9400

CHIEF AIDE Stormy Thorson (Linda) Stormythor@aol.com (C) 737-2156

ORIENTAL GUIDE Bill Hoggard (Marion) poppah@cox.net (H) 426-7110 (C) 435-4984

TEMPLE DIRECTOR Watkins “Watt” Perley (Trina) (H) 424-3009

ADVISOR TO POTENTATE William Kern, P.P. (Carol) (H) 587-1037

MARSHALL Mel Allmond (Gretchen) (C) 403-5380

SCRIBE Ray Soltis (Connie) (C) 438-5248

CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD Wesley King (Nancy) (C) 354-6432

HOUSING CHAIRMAN Wayne Kelly (Cheryl) (C) 567-4283

Mark Barham Paul Beck Alan Brown Basilio Cachaper Dave Clark Eddie Contada Mark Cook Chris Dell Michael Denny Mike Donofrio Page Eaton Pete Gordon Sam Gray Larry Hale Petey Johnson Bill Lehm Ed McAlpine Jimmy Newby George O’Neal Chuck Schwender Wayne Sherman Ray Soltis Major Stephenson Scott Traner Bob Travis

TREASURER Richard E. “Dick” Wright, P.P. pote82@verizon.net (H) 482-2912 (C) 615-2911 RECORDER Wayne Kelly (Cheryl) (H) 855-3454 (W) 567-4283 wekelly@cox.net

HI-NOBLE Official Publication of Khedive Temple, Chesapeake, VA. Published quarterly. Potentate: Woody Brown Editor: Wayne Kelly Production: Anne Harriman All material should be sent to the Hi-Noble: khedive.shrine@aol. com or mail to 645 Woodlake Dr., Chesapeake, VA 23320, and is subject to editing or rejection by committee. Notices are sent to clubs or unit heads prior to each addition.

OUTER GUARD Gwinn Dunbar, Jr. (Lisa) (H) 588-6506 CHAPLAIN Scott Foxwell (Sharon) (C) 536-1659

TRUSTEES CHAIRMAN Alan Brown (2018) VICE CHAIRMAN Harry Tew (2020) SECRETARY Wayne Kelly MEMBERS Leroy Lane -Trustee Emeritus Ray Teller (2019) Brian Crawford (2019) David Norton (2020)

PERSONAL AIDE Scott Benton (Amy) (C) 353-9403

DIRECTOR OF UNIFORMED UNITS Al Kinchen (Sandy) awkinchen@yahoo.com (C) 373-4016 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF UNIFORMED UNITS Mark Barham (Teresa) Markbarham757@ hotmail.com (C) 438-2696 ACTIVITIES CHAIRMAN Chester Butler (Michelle) (C) 404-4208 DECORATIONS Scott Slocum (Teresa) (C) 427-6038 PHOTOGRAPHER Cheryl Emerick (H) 306-9427

Freddie Veraque

CHEFS COMMITTEE Kenny Askew Kent Daughtry Wesley King Hunter March Steve Matthews James Salyers Ray Soltis

Hi-NOBLE 1ST QTR 2016  

The Official Publication of Khedive Shrine Center

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