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Chief Rabban

Randy Murphy Page 5

assistant rabban

Elwood Paschal Page 7

Our New Potentate Rick Underdown Page 3 New

Khedive Oriental Guide John Howe Page 10 high priest & prophet

Woody Brown Page 8

recorders desk Charles Lee P.P. Page 5

2013 Parade Schedule Page 6

Shrine Night with the Admirals Page 17

Richard Wright P.P. Receives 50 Year Pin 50 years Page 27


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Features

Ads

Units & Clubs

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Admirals Night Out Flyer

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Assistant Rabban

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Calendar

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Chief Rabban

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Greenville Hospital Report

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High Priest & Prophet

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Hi-Noble Boosters

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Hospital Transportation

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In Memoriam

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Oriental Guide

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Parade Schedule

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Potentate’s Message

34

Public Relations

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Recorders Desk

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Rodeo Flyer

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End of Year Reports

Thank You 08

Members 100 Million Dollar Club

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Flyer Stand Donation

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Picnic Shelter Donations

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Arab Patrol Autos Band Beach Bum Brothers Camaros Chanters Chesapeake Shrine Club Color Guard Corvettes Desert Patrol Directors Staff Drum & Bugle Corps Fire Brigade Franklin Shrine Club Golf Club Knights of Mecca Hillbillies Horse Patrol Mini 18 Wheelers Motor Corps Motor Patrol Provost Guard Roadrunners Scooter Patrol Suffolk Shrine Club Tidewater Shrine Club Virginia Beach Shrine Club Williamsburg Shrine Club Yacht Club

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Creekmore Hardware

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Miles of Seamless Gutter, Inc.

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The House of Eggs

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Indian River Garaage

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Maguire & Sons Autos

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Philbrick Inc.

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The Real Estate Group

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Suffolk Shrine Club

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Virginia Beach Shrine Club

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Zulekia Court Building

KHEDIVE BUSINESS MEETING 2013 Dues Card Required for Admittance NOBLES THIS IS YOUR TEMPLE. YOU NEED TO BE AT THIS MEETING. ISSUES COULD COME TO THE FLOOR FOR YOUR VOTE Attest: Charles E. Lee P.P. Recorder Yours in the Faith, Richard G. Underdown, Potentate

Wear Your Fez

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Message From The Potentate

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INSTALLATION HS P A R G O T O H P

Richard G. Underdown obles, words cannot express the heart warming feeling of having been elected Potentate of Khedive Temple for 2013. I pledge to measure up to the confidence you have placed in me to lead and represent our Temple, along with the capable Divan you also elected. We look toward moving Khedive Temple forward in 2013. The theme for this year is ”Measure Up For Kids”. It is the responsibility of each Noble to measure up for your Temple, your lodge and your Unit or Club. How! by stepping up and participating in Temple fund raisers such as the Rodeo, Seafood Fest and helping in the Golf Classic and Oyster Bowl. It is with the upmost importance that we keep our dues paid and up to date. Without these things we cannot ”Measure Up For Kids”. So come out and measure up with your fellow Nobles as we have fun while supporting the greatest 22 Hospitals that help kids have a future for themselves. Yours in the Faith,

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Rick receiving his Potentate’s Fez from Lady Marsha January 5, 2013

Left to Right: Bill Todd P.P. (2003), Potentate Rick Underdown and Joe Register P.P. (2012)

“The theme for this year is “Measure Up For Kids”. It is the responsibility for each Noble to measure up for your Temple your Lodge and your Unit or Clubs”.

The Installation of Officers for 2013

Thank You From Rick Underdown

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Thanks to each and every one that helped in the Khedive Ham Sale. It’s a great way to help your Temple. So I ask each of you to mark your calendar as a reminder to make your ham order to help the Chief Rabban for next year.

Rick Pledging to ”Measure Up For Kids” in 2013

Left to Right: Chief Aide Mike Coffman and Lady Susan preparing for a busy year with Potentate Rick


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fund-raising

It is natural to associate the fez with Shriners Hospitals for Children. Because of this, meticulous attention must be given to all fund-raising activities, including circuses, to make certain that a contributor is not led to believe that his money will be used for the Hospitals when all or a portion thereof will be used otherwise. The integrity of our charity and of our fraternity must remain above reproach. Your specific attention is called to the following fraternal and charitable by laws: §335.3 USE OF NAME "SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN." The use of the name "Shriners Hospitals for Children" or reference to the Hospitals in connection with any fund-raising activity by a temple or Noble without the written consent of the Imperial Potentate and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Hospitals is prohibited. §503.10 The use of the name "Shriners Hospitals for Children" or reference to the hospitals in connection with any commercial product or business enterprise is prohibited unless the written consent of the Board of Directors and Trustees has been first obtained. Now, therefore, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: 1. Fund-Raising for Fraternal Purposes: (a) No Noble (in his capacity as a Shriner), club, unit, organization of Nobles or affiliated or appendant corporations, shall engage in any fund-raising activity without the express written consent of the potentate of the tem­ple having jurisdiction thereof. (b) There can be no representation, express or implied, that the proceeds will be for the benefit of Shriners Hospitals for Children. (c) The temple potentate shall carefully examine all phases of the advertising, promotion and solicitation to determine that it complies with §335.3 and §503.9 of the fraternal and charitable bylaws. (d) The temple potentate must approve the terms and provisions of any contract for a fund-raising activity after receiving the advice of the temple attorney, and, addi­tionally, as may be required by the temple bylaws. (e) A copy of the temple potentate's written consent shall be mailed to the Imperial Recorder. Further, such written material pertaining to the fund-raising activity, as requested by the Imperial Recorder, shall be promptly mailed to him. 2. Fund-Raising for Charitable Purposes: (a) No Noble (in his capacity as a Shriner), club, unit, organization of Nobles or affiliated or appendant corporations shall engage in any charitable fund-raising activity other than for Shriners Hospitals for Children. Permission therefor must be first obtained in writing from the temple potentate. The temple potentate must then obtain written permission from the Imperial Potentate and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees. This request for written permission shall be sent to the Executive Vice President—Fraternal, Imperial Council, P.O. Box 31356, Tampa, FL 33631-3356.

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(b) 100% of the net proceeds from charitable fund-raising must be given to Shriners Hospitals for Children except for such portion thereof as may be permitted to be retained for the temple Shrine Hospital Patient Transportation Fund pursuant to the Special Purpose Funds provisions of any existing General Order. (c) The temple shall report the result of each charitable fund-raising activity within sixty (60) days of the activity, to Shriners Hospitals for Children, on the Shrine Charity Activity Form (CAF) provided to the temple. (d) This section shall not apply to activities exempt under §335.4(b) of the bylaws of The Imperial Council. (e) Each independent corporation or entity that receives the permission of the Imperial Potentate and the Chairman. of the Board of Trustees to raise money for Shriners Hospitals for Children, and which does not have its financial accounts audited pursuant to §§334.5 & 337.8 of the bylaws of The Imperial Council, shall have its financial accounts audited by a certified, chartered or licensed public accountant and shall submit such audit report to The Imperial Council within 120 days of the activity. 3. Statement of Purpose and Disclosure: (a) Every fund-raising activity must contain factual information on its solicitation material, tickets, programs and documents regarding the use of the proceeds. Examples “Proceeds are for the benefit of ( Temple) (Shrine Club) activities.“ “Proceeds are for the benefit of Shriners Hospitals for Children.“ (b) Every fund-raising activity which is not entirely for the benefit of Shriners Hospitals for Children shall prominently state on the solicitation material, tickets and documents that "payments are not deductible as charitable contributions." (c) There must be compliance with the Revenue Act of 1987 provision of any existing general order by U.S. temples. 4. Compliance with Applicable Laws: It is the responsibility of the temple potentate, after receiving the advice of the temple attorney, to determine that there is compliance with all applicable laws in its jurisdiction for the temple's fundraising activities. 5. Financial Records: (a) The temple shall maintain detailed financial records per­ taining to all fund-raising activities involving Nobles, clubs, units, organizations of Nobles or affiliated or appendant corporations. Details of all revenues and dis­bursements shall be maintained in such financial records. (b) The temple must retain such detailed financial records for a period of seven (7) years. (c) There must be compliance with the Financial Reporting on Charitable Funds and Activities provision of any existing general order. 6. Notification to Nobility: A copy of the Fund-Raising Activities provisions of this General Order shall be printed in the temple publication at least once every calendar year. If there is no temple publication, then a copy shall be mailed to each Noble in the temple not later than the last day in March of each calendar year. 7. Discipline: Any officer, Noble or temple which violates a provision of Fund-Raising Activities is subject to discipline pursuant to the bylaws of The Imperial Council.


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Recorder’s Desk Charles E. Lee P.P. obles one and all I want to thank you for your continued support for my election as Recorder for 2013. I will do my best to make Khedive Temple better and succeed in 2013. I know with the help from all of you Khedive can have a great year. lll Sir Rick has planned some fundraisers and in order to make them profitable it will take all the Nobilites help to succeed. Come on out and enoy all the festivities and be part of your Temple. Nobles check your dues cards and make sure they are current. The Recorders office spends a lot of money sending our reminders on

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Rodeo Tickets, Dues Notices, Seafood Tickets and Insurance (for Nobles who have parade insurance on their personal unit vehicles from the Temple). Nobles in closing a reminder to all Units/Clubs heads to turn in their 990 tax forms as early as possible. Be sure to sign the form and give me a phone number in case I need to call. Should anyone have any questions please give me a call or come by the Recorder’s office. Happy New Year to all from the Recorder’s office. Fraternally, Charles E. Lee P.P. Recorder

NOBLES

Check your dues cards and make sure they are current

Chief Rabban Randy Murphy irst of all, I would like to congratulate Ill. Sir Rick Underdown and all the members of the Divan on their newly elected positions. I would like to express my sincere appreciation to the Nobility for their support and trust in electing me as your Chief Rabban. I look forward to working with the each of you in 2013. The Potentate has appointed me as Chairman of the Rodeo this year. Again with the assistance of my two Co-chairs, Noble Joe Ramsey and Noble Kenny Askew, as well as your assistance, I know this will be as successful as it was last year. The 2013 Rodeo will be June 14 and 15 (see flyer page 40). Please mark your calendars as we are already in the early planning stages. Please do not hesitate to give me a call if I can assist any of you in any way. Always remember how we “MEASURE UP FOR KIDS”. Yours In The Faith, Randy Murphy Chief Rabban Home: 757-410-8392 Cell: 757-438-4746 Email: randymurphy@cox.net

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Recorder Charles Lee P.P. and Lady Joan attending the January 5, 2013 Installation

Randy Murphy, Lady Debbie and RJ attending the January 5, 2013 Installation


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Assistant Rabban Elwood Paschal would like to thank all of you who came out to the annual meeting and election of officers. Thank you for supporting my big step to Assistant Rabban. Congratulations to our two new Divan members – two great additions. Ill. Sir Rick has put me in charge of membership and informed me he would like to initiate at least 100 new Nobles this year. It’s a big task, but with all of us working together, I know we can accomplish this goal – after all, we are Khedive Nobles. We also need to work on our demits and suspensions for non-payment of dues. I understand we cannot stop the Black Camel, but ”we” do have a say in the other losses. As part of the Membership Committee this year, I would like all Blue Lodge Ambassadors and representatives from each of the Units and Clubs to be part of the

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committee. A date for the second meeting will be announced shortly. I do believe we have great leadership with Ill. Sir Rick and the other Divan members. We are all here to support YOUR Temple. As Nobles of Khedive Temple, we all need to ”measure up for our children”. If there is anything I can do for you feel free to contact me. I welcome your questions, comments and suggestions. Yours in the Faith, Elwood Paschal Assistant Rabban

Left: Chief & Assistant Rabban and their Ladies Right: Elwood and Lady Pat at the January 5, 2013 Installation

CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB “Dedicated to Helping Orthopedic Children” Social 6:00 PM

Dinner 7:00 PM

Ray Gates President Joe Ramsey Secretary-Treasurer

ILL Sir Rick informed me he would like to initiate at least 100 new Nobles this year

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High Priest & Prophet Woody Brown reetings Nobles!!! First, I would like to thank all who attended the business meeting on January 5 and supported me for election to the Divan of this great temple. I would like to congratulate Ill. Sir Joe on his leadership of the temple for 2012. You had a GREAT YEAR!!! Congratulations to Ill. Sir. Rick Underdown for his progression to Potentate of Khedive for 2013. Ill. Sir Rick, I pledge my full support to you. Nobles, I am also the Chairman of the $100 Million Dollar Club this year. For just $100.00, you can become a member of this great club. Just see me on our visits to your Unit or Club, or simply fill out the application in the Hi-Noble and mail it to the temple. Again, thanks to all who helped me attain this great and important position. If you need anything, I am just a phone call away. Yours in the Faith, Woody Brown High Priest & Prophet

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Members of 100 Million Dollar Club - First Quarter Russell T. Lambert Sr. Judy Foster Tom Dobson Edward & Helen Riley Jr. Buddy Bagley Bill Lauterbach Randy Murphy Thank Steve Owen John Howe You! William Sparrow Lawrence Stevens Jerry & Marcia Luchs

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Installation of Officers and Memorial Service

Photos January 5-6, 2013

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Oriental Guide John Howe irst and foremost, I wish to say thank you to everyone who supported me in the January election. It’s a very humbling experience to be elected to the Khedive Divan, and I certainly appreciate the confidence and trust that you have put in me. I’m looking forward to serving you, the Nobility, in the upcoming years. The Temple belongs to each and every one of us as a group and your thoughts on the issues that face us over the next few years will always be welcome. Please don’t hesitate to call, e-mail or drag me off to the side at an event if you have something on your mind. For the benefit of those of you who don’t know your new Oriental Guide very well, I’ll take this one opportunity to give you a little background. I was raised in a small town in eastern Maine, very close to the New Brunswick border. I enlisted in the Navy shortly after graduating from high school and served roughly 10 years of enlisted service and 19 years as an engineering officer, retiring in 1998. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration while in the Navy. I worked another 13 years as a Program Manager for a ship management company managing the maintenance and operation of Government-owned, contract-operated ships, retiring again in 2012. I’m a Senior DeMolay and Past Master Counselor, Past Master of Warwick Lodge #336 in Newport News, a member of Warwick Royal Arch Chapter and the Valley of Newport News Scottish Rite. In 2010 I served as President of the Peninsula Shrine Club and as Captain of the Motor Patrol in 2012. The Potentate has asked me to coordinate the HiNoble Booster Program this year. For a mere $10 a year, you can support our Temples quarterly publication that helps keep you up to date on the your Temple’s news, upcoming events, the musings of the Divan, Units and Clubs heads, a few commercials from Shriners and others businesses and a listing in each edition of the current Hi-Noble Boosters. I encourage each of the Units and Clubs to continue their tradition of becoming Boosters as a group, and also encourage those Nobles who are not members of a Unit or Club to sign up individually using the form in the most recent edition of the Hi-Noble. Yours in the Faith John Howe Oriental Guide

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Hillbillies Official Visit Legion of Honor Suffolk SC

Knights of Mecca

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Swashbuklers Ritualistic Divan

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Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg

Directors Staff Ocean View SC

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Hillbillies Legion of Honor Suffolk SC

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2 Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

3 Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

4 Directors Staff Ocean View SC

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Kena Potes Ball

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Band Clowns

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Hillbillies Legion of Honor Suffolk SC

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Band Clowns

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KHEDIVE BUSINESS MEETING

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Tidewater SC Directors Staff

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Saturday 4 Kazim Ceremonial 11 Roadrunners KHEDIVE SHRINE NIGHT AT THE .RACES 18 Holland Parade

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KHEDIVE transportation TO SHRINERS HOSPITALS TRIP REPORT by Nancy Lane, Travel CoordinatOR

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roadrunners By George O’Neal President

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ell it is the start of a new year. I would like to say thanks for making me president again. Let’s not forget that on MARCH 9 2013 is the night for the ADMIRALS HOCKEY NIGHT at the SCOPE the tickets are 11 bucks each. If you need tickets contact NANCY LANE in the transportation office. Be sure to come out and support us.

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I would like to say a special thanks to NOBLE JODY DUDLEY for a great job on the board of governors for keeping us informed on everything that going on at the GREENVILLE SHRINERS FOR CHILDREN keep up the great work.    President 2013 George O’Neal


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uring our annual meeting in January, the drivers were asked to raise their hands according to the number of trips they had completed. This was done in increments of 25, up to 100 trips. While this recognition was greatly appreciated, there are several Nobles who deserve special recognition: Noble Raeford Eure has over 250 trips flying patients to our hospitals, Noble Greg Taylor has about 250 trips, Noble Floyd Brogden has about 190 trips, and a newest member passing 100 trips Noble Ed McAlpine. It takes a lot of personal dedication to make that many trips. Well done, Nobles. Remember, it’s the drivers who really know what being a Shriner is about. Most of us are familiar with the general categories of conditions that we treat at our hospitals, but DID YOU KNOW there are many conditions within those categories that we treat?

For instance, did you know that we treat those reddish birthmarks? We see a number of them, but don’t give them much thought. Next time you see one ask the family if they would like to have it treated. Did you know that we treat ear deformities? How about minor and some uncomplicated moderate burns? How about scaring from dog bites, treadmill injuries, or lawnmower accidents? We treat all of these at our Burn Center in Cincinnati. Over the last couple of years we have delivered to our Greenville hospital 7 wheelchairs (2 powered), 3 walkers, and 10 pairs of new crutches. Our hospitals do not have a budget for repairing these items. If you have any of these items in like new condition and don’t know what to do with them, we’ll be glad to deliver them to one of our hospitals. However, the crutches must be the metal ones. Nobles, once again let me express

my appreciation for those who helped raise funds for Transportation during 2012. For the first time in about 4 years, we raised more than we spent. Here’s hoping that we can repeat the effort in 2013. Thank you for your continued support. Isn’t it great to be a ”Khedive” Shriner!

“Noble Raeford Eure has over 250 trips flying, Noble Greg Taylor has about 250 trips, Noble Floyd Brogden has about 190 trips, and newest member Ed McAlpine passed 100 trips”


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obles and Families, Greetings From Greenville! All is going well. Our patient count is up and we are busy! We would like to thank all of you for what you do to support the hospitals. Remember, each and every one of you are respresentatives of our Hospitals. Now that we know the world didn’t end in December (only the year did), we can welcome 2013 with open arms and a positive outlook. We are Masons, we are Shriners. We have the best hospitals, bar-none. This is no secret! We have all heard about the shot heard around the world and the greatest story ever told. What about us? We have our obligation, our children. Be proud of who we are and what we do. A whole lot of chidren are leading better lives because of us! My friends, it gets no better than that. Each and every one of us plays an important part in this. A lot of you have been giving a hundred and ten percent for a long time and are still giving. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I can’t say thank you enough! Remember the two western movies, ”Support Your Local Gunfighter” and ”Support Your Local Sheriff”? How about ”Support Your Local Shriner”? My Noble friends and families we need help getting the word out and reaching all of those children who need us. We can do it one child at a time. If you are uneasy approaching families (yes, we are strangers to some), we have info cards you can give to them! The cards speak for themselves. We have plenty of them. I would rather approach someone and be embarrassed, then do nothing

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he Arab Patrol send their condolences to the family of Noble Bill Coker. He will be missed by all members of the Khedive Shrine Temple especially the Arab Patrol. He contributed a lot toward the duties and obligations to the success of the Khedive Temple’s activities. As we approach the New Year, let us pause for a moment and look back on our projects and programs to see if there are any corrections or improvements we can make in our New Year’s projects. Congratulations are in order and are extended to the Illustrious Sir Richard Underdown as our Potentate to the Khedive Temple. The Arab Patrol wishes you good luck in your journey as our Potentate of the Khedive Temple.

Also, congratulations to all the other officers in the Divan. The newly elected officers of the Uniform Clubs and Units are to be congratulated and wished success in their endeavors in performing their duties in the ensuing year. At this time I would like to ask our God, the Great Architect of the Universe to provide us the widsom, strength, and ability to perform our obligations to the philanthropy of Shrinedom. The newly elected officers of the Arab Patrol for the ensuing year are: Captain Lee ”Jack” Ryals, First Lieutenant Hugh Spivey, Second Lieutenant Bill Huguenel, and Secretary-Treasurer Jim Smith. We welcome all the new members from the Fall Ceremonial and invite

them to come and visit us. We meet the second Monday of the month in the Arab Patrol Club Room of the Temple at 6:00 P.M. Yours in Faith, Jack Ryals Captain

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chanters chatter By Secretary Charles Downing

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obles, we hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year. Let me start this year off by congratulating our newly elected Potentate Illustrious Sir, Richard ”Rick” Underdown and his Divan. I know they will serve our Temple well. The Autos officers for 2013 were installed at our Christmas Party by Oriental Guide Elwood Paschal and they are Captain William (Willy) Creekmore, 1st Lt. Stanley Reames, 2nd Lt. Pete Wright, Secretary David Clark, Treasurer Charles ”Skip” Patnode. The Unit would like to welcome aboard our newest members, Joel Medlin and his lady Robin, along with Charles Elks and his lady Gail welcome aboard nobles. At this time we are preparing for our 22nd Annual Fun & Shine Car & Craft Show. The show will be on Saturday August 17th, at our Temple more to come later in the next issue of HI-Noble. Any Noble wishing to join a Unit or would like to visit, we meet the 2nd Monday of the month in the Autos, Provost, Directors Staff, Chesapeake Shrine Club room. Social 6:00 meeting 7:00 pm. Come on out and join us.

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he Chanters congratulate Ill. Sir Rick Underdown and his Divan on their promotion in the January election. We stand ready to support them in their endeavors for the the year 2013. In January, we presented our annual program for the Memorial Service. Scott, our Director directed us and gave the sermon as he is also the Chaplin for Khedive at the request of the Potentate. As you read this article, we are preparing for our first parade of 2013, St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 16th. The Chanters are looking for some new singers and non-singers. Will some Nobles please help? On a sad note, the Black Camel took Henry Williams from us. He was our oldest Chanter. We also lost Nitra Dunn, one of our widows. Secretary, Charles Downing chanters at the january 6th memorial service


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reetings Nobles! December turned out to be pretty busy for the Khedive Band. We held our first paper drive in a number of years at Pembroke Mall and even played some swinging Holiday Music while we were there. We also shared our swinging Holiday Music with our friends over at Beth Sholom near College Park. But even with all that, we’d like to thank the Ladies of Zulekia Court # 35 for allowing the Khedive Band to finish up 2012 in style. Our 17 piece dance band, the ”Khedive Notables”, played swing dance music for their Top Hats and Tierra’s New Years Eve Party held at the Lady Shrine Center. Everyone had a blast and the event was a success for the ladies. If you weren’t there you missed a great party and even missed hearing me sing. Well, maybe you didn’t miss that part so much. Even if you did miss it, you’ll have lots more chances to hear the band and hear me sing in 2013! Despite having a busy 2012, I’ve got a lot of things planned for the band this year. The Concert Band has already played at the annual meeting and our brass quartet also played at the memorial service. I’ve planned 9 paper drives at Pembroke Mall this year already. The Concert Band is gearing up for the Saint Patrick’s Day parade in March. The Dixieland band will be preparing for the Spring Open House. The Khedive Notables will start the year off by playing at the Band’s Annual Spring Swing Dinner & Dance Fundraiser at Khedive Temple on Friday, April 26 and again at Westminster Canterbury’s Dance on Friday May 24. If you haven’t heard the Dance Band then I suggest you get your tickets from any band member and come on out. I’ve been told by many that the Dance Band is just plain awesome and we should be playing a lot more. We’ve recently purchased some new sound equipment and we’d love to play for your group for any occasion or activity. Just give me a call at 831-1635 or email me at jeffscottdavis@hotmail.com and I’ll strike up the band for you!

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khedive band at pembroke Mall

In order to help grow the band, we’ve continued our recruitment efforts by inviting local musicians to play with us. As a result, I’m happy to say that 2 of those local musicians, Shelby Barber and Jim Hollinden, are in the process of joining the Masons and Shrine as a result. We look forward to having them become a part of our Masonic family. Our latest addition to Khedive Band is Right Worshipful Jerry Walters, past District Deputy Grand Master for 36th Masonic District. He came out to our dance band rehearsal with guitar in hand and had a blast. It’s just so nice to see our band growing. We’re coming up on the Khedive Band’s 100th anniversary in 2015 so if you play a musical instrument or have played one in the past, come out out to a rehearsal and join in the fun. Our Dance Band rehearses the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30 pm and the Concert Band rehearses on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 7:00 pm in the Temple band room. We’d love to have you join us. Finally, we’d like to congratulate our New Divan on their election and hope their year goes well. We’ll be here to help Khedive Measure Up For Kids in 2013! Sincerely, Jeff Davis Director, Khedive Bands

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he Beach Bum Brothers Unit would like to simply say ”Welcome to 2013” and let’s make it a 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 Richard G. Underdown and supporting his theme to ”Measure Up For Kids”. We also extend our congratulations to one of our own Beach Bum Brothers for being elected as Oriental Guide. Congratulations to Beach Bum Brother John Howe. If you have seen us riding in various parades, 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. 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 fourth year in Khedive and are excited about being a part of the various Shrine events. We are planning to participate in everything our schedules allow. This year, we are proud to have our 1st Lieutenant, Noble Arthur Gandy serving as Worshipful Master of Poquoson Lodge #49. Our Secretary/ Treasurer Noble Bruce Edwards is the Senior Warden of Poquoson Lodge #49 and Captain Richard Rawls is the Secretary of Poquoson Lodge #49 and the Junior Warden

at William J. McMahon Lodge #303. Our ”Just Plain Bum” Noble Scott Traner is now the Past Master of Achilles Lodge # 281 after having a wonderful year as Master in 2012. As you can see, the members of the Beach Bum Brothers Unit are very active in their Blue Lodges and are promoting the Masonic ideals that we are all taught. Having Fun….Helping Children…..being the best Master Masons we can be, that’s us, the Beach Bum Brothers Unit….the guys with the bright orange Hawaiian shirts, out and about having fun! 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 hopes everyone has an outstanding year! Noble Captain J. Richard Rawls 757-898-4484(Home) 757-630-7774 (Cell) Yorktown, VA


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T khedive camaros By Past Captain J. Leon Stocks

he Camaros are off to a great start. The new officers were installed with Noble John Conroy becoming the new Captain. Noble Bill Irving is our 1st LT; Noble J. Leon Stocks as our Secretary and Noble David Sawyer as Treasurer. We are having several of the cars repainted and performing major repairs getting ready for the upcoming Parade year. The Unit would like to congratulate Illus. Rick Underdown as the New Potentate and pledge their support for the upcoming year. We look forward to showing Shrine Colors on the streets. Noble, membership in both the Shrine and Units remains a problem. Many Lodges are busy raising new members and if every Unit would bring in just 2 new petitions, the next Ceremonial would be a great success. All units belonging to the Mid-Atlantic Motor Corp; please, let Noble Leon Stocks know of any concerns or ideas that you would like presented at their March meeting. If any Noble is looking for a Unit and wants to have a great time, please contact any Camaro member.


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CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB By Secretary/Treasurer Joe Ramsey

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ell 2013 is upon us. Out with the old and in with the new as they say. Congratulations to now “Past” President Eric Dell and his crew on a great year and good luck to President Ray Gates on keeping the ball rolling. When this rag hits the stands it will be just about Oyster Roast time. If you need tickets or are interested in working please contact any one of the Officers and or Board members and they can hook you up. If you are a committee chairman please nail down your workers list and forward it to Bill Lauterbach we are going be a little tighter on who gets a free workers pass at this event as well as the Seafood Feast. This year is going to be a record breaker as the event has been chosen one of the 50 events for 50 years by the City of Chesapeake. You don`t want to be caught at home when it goes down. January at the Club was Illustrious Sir Rick Underdown`s official visit and it was somewhat well received. Our numbers are still down from years past so once again if you have any ideas on how to rekindle the spark please let us know. We are actively looking for interesting speakers so if you know of someone please again let us know. March is ”Past Presidents Night” so all you Past Presidents get off your butt and come out and let us recognize you. Unfortunately our numbers are getting smaller.

chesapeake shrine club official visit january 21, 2013

April will be our Oyster Roast workers party. So whether you worked or just attended hope to see you there to celebrate what we hope will be one of the best Oyster Roasts ever. As I ramble on and on I realize that maybe we need some fresh blood writing this newsletter after all I have been doing it for over 15 years. If anyone out there thinks they got what it takes to breathe some life into this thing please contact me ASAP. Well I guess it is time to close for now. Remember if you have not paid your dues Ralph Johnson is gunning for you. Wait that was the wrong line to end on. Remember your Lodge needs Masons and your Temple needs (money) candidates. Chesapeake Shrine Club 3rd Monday of the month social is at 6:00 and the dinner is at 7:00. We will leave the light on for you. ”Call me now ya hear” Yours in the Faith, Joe Ramsey

Nobles, WHO MAKES THE BEST CHILI IN THE HAMPTON ROADS AREA? Well we are going to find out come February 24th as once again we will be holding the 3rd Annual Chili Cook off at the Khedive Shrine Center. Last year’s competition was fierce as Unit’s battle against Unit’s to see who made the best Chili. The Motor Corps came out victorious in the Noble Class by 1 vote while Noble Gary King’s daughter-in-law Cathy King took the prize for best overall for the 2nd year in a row. Now that’s some good Stuff!!! For those of you who were there last year know what a Great time we had, so here it is again!!! Have your Unit or Club come out and participate in this year’s event as we

are looking to double the number of entries as last year. So come out, decorate your area, display your Chili and let the competition begin. Also invite your friends and family members who think that they are known to make a good pot of Chili to the competition. Professional restaurants are also welcome This is absolutely the best time of year for spending a Sunday afternoon with your friends tasting Chili watching the Daytona 500 and sucking down a few cold suds supplied by Hoffman Beverage The Chili Cook Off is sponsored by the Khedive Shriners with all proceeds benefiting Khedive Shriners Transportation Fund. The Cook Off will be at the Khedive Shrine Temple on Sunday, February 24th starting @ 12:30 and going through 4:00, or the end of the race… Thank you and May God Bless You. Terry Riley Cell (757) 434-2932 or email @ Terry.rileys@yahoo.com


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khedive corvettes By Secretary Larry Wells

A color guard By Captain Tony Woods

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ell 2013 is here and the Color Guard is gearing up for an exciting activity and parade schedule. The new Officers were installed in December at the annual Christmas Party by Assistant Rabban Randy Murphy (Chief Rabban). After the Fall Ceremonial, the Color Guard picked up 2 new members. We would like to welcome Chris Dell and Jason Rippard to the # 1 Unit. We look forward to having them in the Unit and building our membership. Many thanks go out to our Past Captain Eric Dell for his leadership along with his Lady Brenda. Thank you again for a great year Captain! We are busy panning the Color Guard’s fundraiser for this year, the 4th Annual Beef Fest and Corn Hole Tournament will be held Saturday June 22nd, 2013. We ask for your support by attending this event. Everyone is excited to be a part of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. This will be the first parade of the year for the Color Guard please come out and join the fun! For any of the new Nobles that do not have a Unit or Club to call home, we meet the 1st Tuesday of each month. Social 6:30 meeting at 7:00 pm. Please come and check us out. See you on the street. Tony Woods Captain Color Guard

“The 4th Annual Beef Fest and Corn Hole Tournament will be held Saturday June 22nd, 2013”

s we start off 2013 we look back and think how can we improve over years past? The answer is never easy so we step forward with an open mind and willingness to do whatever it takes to keep our unit moving in the right direction to accomplish our goal. After all it's not about us it's about our children that need our help and we will do whatever we can to see that they get the help they need! We have several new ideas that we will be working on this year and will be posting them as they materialize. As always work on the cars is a never ending job and we will be scheduling some get together's to get them in tip top shape for the fast approaching parade season. We have several potential new members looking at our Unit and hope that they see their way to join us and enjoy what this unit has to offer. Anyone that might think they would enjoy our unit please feel free to come on out. We can put you in a car and see what ya think. Nothing like the feeling you get when you get into one of these little cars and go for a spin so give it a try. We have extra cars ready and waiting. If interested please come on out to our next meeting and get acquainted. Our meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month starting at 7 PM at the Temple. If interested give me a call or e-mail me or any of the other members, we are always eager to talk to anyone interested in out unit! Yours in the Faith Larry Wells Secretary Khedive Corvettes 757-277-3755 WLDWells49@aol.com


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desert patrol christmas party and election of officers

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reetings from the Desert Patrol fellow Nobles! First, we would like to send congratulations to the new Potentate Ill Sir Rick Underdown and his Divan. We are looking forward to another great year at Khedive! The Desert patrol hosted its Christmas Party and elected its new officers and we want to congratulate the following Nobles: Captain Parker McDaniel III and his lady Sarah, First Lieutenant Homer Kayton and his lady Teresa, Second lieutenant Shawn Kayton and his lady Duffy, Mark Warford was standing in for his brother Tim Warford and his lady Jackie as Secretary/ Treasurer. We also want to thank Noble Randy Murphy and his lady Debbie for attending the Christmas party and swearing us in.

The desert patrol would like to invite everyone out to our annual Pizza Fest on February 10th from 1pm to 4pm at the Temple! This was a great time last year and we are looking so forward to seeing you all there! Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for Children 12 years and under. Again, we wish all of you a Happy New Years and hope that this is the best one ever!! Captain Parker McDaniel and his Lady Sarah We look forward to seeing everyone at the St. Patrick’s Day parade and please LIKE us on Facebook so you can see all of our upcoming events! Have a good Quarter!!

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he Drum & Bugle Corps is getting ready for another great year under the direction of the newly elected Director, Terry Riley. To assist me this year Joe Harris has been elected as Asst. Director, with Drum Leader Mike Versic taking over the reins, two time Corpsman of the year, Darren Lehm as Bugle Leader, Quartermaster and mixologist Andy Winz along with Frank Grice, as our Secretary and Treasurer. We have already begun practicing for this year’s running of the 46th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade on March 16th. This is truly one of our favorite parades! Following the Parade, once again the Drum Corps will be playing Ocean View’s top hot spots including the Knights of Columbus, VFW, Democratic Club just to mention a few. Nobles mark your calendars again this year….April 21the Drum and Bugle Corps presents their World Famous Fish Fry!!!! That’s right; once again under the guidance of Frank Grice, we will once again be putting on the Temple Best Fish Fry!!! Franks Fish…Bob Finney’s Hush Puppies

(YUMMY) along with live entertainment the Ladies of the Drum Corps delicious deserts, door prizes, and ice cold beverages, so come on out, bring the family, friends neighbors and enjoy the food and fun and good fellowship, the price is still a mere $12, what a GREAT DEAL. Congratulations to Otis Meekins for the winner of the ”2012’s Corpsman of the Year” This is Otis’s first time as the Corpsman of the year and surely won’t be his last. GREAT JOB Otis!!! Please keep our sick and distressed in your thoughts and prayers and our Shriner Children as well. Also, never forget our military personal serving in harm’s way all over the world. We would like to invite all nobles to come out and join the Drum Corps on Mondays, 7:00 PM. May God bless you and your family during this upcoming year! We are ”Beat of Khedive”.


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�Noble Dick now has the honor of being a fifty year member of Khedive Shrine and a fifty year member of Khedive Directors Staff� left to right: Joe Register 2012 Past Potentate, Richard Wright 1982 Past Potenate and Treasurer with Watt Perley Director of Directors Staff

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ongratulations to Illustrious Sir Richard "Rick Underdown and his Divan on their elections to our Temple for the year 2013. This year we had to elect a High Priest & Prophet, Noble Woody Brown and an Oriental Guide, Noble John Howe; congratulations to Woody and John. This will be the year to "Measure Up For Kids ". I would like to thank Illustrious Sir Rick Underdown 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 for this year. At the Staff's year end Christmas Party we enjoyed a special guest Illustrious Sir Joe Register and his Lady Holly; their company was enjoyed by all. I want to thank the Illustrious Sir Joe Register for allowing me the honor to present Noble Richard E. "Dick "

Wright, P.P. with his fifty year certificate and lapel pin for fifty years years of membership to Khedive Shrine Temple at our annual meeting, 5 January 2013. Noble Dick now has the honor of being a fifty year member of Khedive Shrine and a fifty year member of Khedive Directors Staff. For the second year in a row, the Shriners Hospitals For Children won in the voting for United Airlines Charity 10 Million Miles Giveaway. The voting ended 11:59 P.M. on 25 December 2012. Shriners Hospital was number one, Rotary International was number, two, and Wounded Warrior Project was number three. The miles for this year have not been published at this time. Last year the Shriners Hospital for Children received a donation of just over three million airline miles which were used to transport children needing our specialized medical care. God Bless our Shriners Hospitals for Children.

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left to right: Clif Smith 2007 Past Potentate with 2012 Fire Brigade Member of the Year Past Chief – Rob Allen

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appy New Year Nobles! We had a great 2012 and I know we’ll have a great 2013 as well. We had a really fun time during our annual Christmas party and installation. Thanks once again to Noble Jeff Ewell for opening his home to us for this event. I’d like to give very special thanks as well to John Presto for stepping up for the 3rd time in his career to be Chief! We really appreciate it. Lastly, a special someone (ME!) won the Fire Brigade Member of 2012. Thank you all for that honor. Let’s take a moment to congratulate our 2013 Officers! ~ John W. Presto- CHIEF, Joshua D. Ramsey – ASST. CHIEF, Kevin M. Gurecki - BRIGADE MASTER, Robert P. Travis, Jr. - SECRETARY / TREASURER, Robert T. Allen – Chaplain, Edward McAlpine (Big Ed)- 1ST Lieutenant, Gerald R. Moore, Sr. (Bob) - 2nd Lieutenant and Stephen T. Alcox – Sgt. at Arms. Well done Brothers! In case you didn’t know, Past Chief, Ray McCoy has stepped down as Secretary/Treasurer after many years in that position and we wish him the best. We look forward to spending time with him on a less official setting and continuing to have a lot of fun. Special thanks to Past Chief, Bob Travis, who has volunteered to step up to Secretary/Treasurer. We know and trust you will do an outstanding job and will help in any we can. Nobles, as our Officers have stepped up to perpetuate our fine Unit and philanthropy, please do all you can to support your Unit this year. It really does take each and every one of us to keep the wheels turning. There is so much negativity and stress all around us these days. We MUST remain diligent. Lead by example with hope and kindness and with fortitude and tenacity. Light beats back the darkness every time. We are entrusted to carry the lantern for our community and especially our children. They are counting on us and we are all the right men for the job. Be sure to stay abreast to our events by reading the emails Bob Travis sends you, checking the Khedive web page and on our Facebook page. 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 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!!

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Let’s get to it guys! As always, it’s for the children because “That’s How We Roll!” Contact Us: Secretary- Robert P. Travis, Jr. (Bob) (H) 426-6134 (Cell) 560-9746 fire4bills@cox.net and Chief– John W. Presto (Cell) 287-3095 jwpresto@cox.net

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franklin SHRINE CLUB By Secretary/Treasurer Randy Dean

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appy New Year to everyone from Franklin Shrine Club. The Franklin Shrine Club would like to congratulate Ill. Sir Joe Register. P. P. and his Divan on a successful 2012 year. The Franklin Shrine Club would also like to pledge our support and is looking forward to working with Illustrious Potentate Rick Underdown and his Divan for the year 2013. Congrats go out to Randy Murphy for his election to Chief Rabban, Elwood Paschal to Assistant Rabban, Woody Brown to High Priest and Prophet, and the new man on the block, John Howe, to Oriental Guide. The Franklin Shrine Club would like to thank and welcome the new members that joined the club last year. Their names are as follows; Joel Bradshaw, Robert Cutchins, James Hart, and Steve Thomas. Franklin Shrine Club’s Christmas Party was held on December 10th at Fred’s Restaurant in Franklin. We had a great meal and lot of fun with the White Elephant Christmas Gift Exchange. The newly elected officers were installed by Randy Murphy, Assistant Rabban. The installed FSC officers are as follows: President, George Poston, Vice President, Welton Deshields, SecretaryTreasurer, Randy Dean and Board of Directors, Kevin Insull, Kim Hall, Gator Ferguson standing for Ronnie Lusk and Kenny Askew. The Franklin Shrine Club is always looking for new members, please come out and see how much fun and camaraderie we are having with each other. We meet

at Fred’s Restaurant in down town Franklin. We meet on the 2nd Monday of each month. We have social from 6:30 to 7:00 PM and the meeting starts at 7:00 PM. If you need direction or have any questions, please contact President George Poston on his cell phone, 757-635-8111.

The elected 2013 Officers’ of Franklin Shrine Club are as follows from right to left; President George Poston, Vice President Welton Deshields, Randy Dean as Sec/Treas, Board of Directors; Kevin Insull, Kim Hall, Gator Ferguson standing in for Ronnie Lusk and Kenny Askew

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reetings from President Ron Shank. I was honored to be installed President of Knights of Mecca at our December dinner/ installation of officers at Elizabeth Manor Country Club along with Noble Ray Soltis Vice Pres., Noble Ed Meise Sec/Treas. It was a well-attended fun night. Noble Edward Usita has volunteered to be our Paper Drive Chairman for 2013 and is asking for members to help staff the event. A May date to be determined and announced later.

We have our 1st meeting Feb 28th at Frankie’s in Va Beach. Our May 30th meeting place will be discussed at this meeting. August 29th meeting will be at Khedive Shrine Center and Dec 26th installation and dinner will be back at Elizabeth Manor. Please mark your calendars and join your club members for good fellowship and dining. This club is only as useful as you make it. If you have suggestions or comments please send to me at ronnieshank@ cox.net phone 757-472-9934, or Ed Meise at edmeise@verizon.net phone 757-635-0333. The Knights of Mecca congratulate Illustrious Richard G. Underdown and

his Divan on recent elections and pledge to support them in any way we can. We join Ill Rick with his motto for 2013: ”Measure up for Kids” Nobles, if you know of a Past Master that would like to be a part of our club, please encourage him to join us. We are unique in that our wives attend all our dinner meetings with us and are recognized as being an integral part of all our successes. Fraternally, Ronnie L Shank


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hedive Golf Club’s 2012 season concluded at Honey Bee Golf Course on November 20th 2012. Due to several weeks of rain-outs this outing became our Club Championship, Banquet, Turkey Blitz and Election of Officers for 2013. It was a long day but enjoyed by all. When play concluded our five flight winners were announced and they received their winnings. After a great luncheon President Johnnie Chandler and Treasurer Rod Rushford gave their annual reports and

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reetings from the shack Nobles. We finished last year with a bang, bringing home a nice big trophy from M.A.S.A. We also had a great time at S.A.S.A. in Myrtle Beach and the Suffolk Peanut Festival.The fall ceremonial went very well. Our open house is always a hoot.Our annual fundraiser, the Hillbillie chicken feast was one of the best we've ever had.Urbanna was very nice as well, I wonder if the people in the crowd knew we were towing two vehicles with Rocky Top because we had to or just for the looks of it. Either way it worked out great. The Christmas party was beautifully done.The food was excellent and a great time was had by all. Thanks to Past Director Jim and Lady Marlene. Special thanks to all the Ladies who do so much for our unit to make all these events so special. A lot of hard work has gone into this Unit from a lot of people over the years. From cooking, cleaning, building and maintaining parade vehicles, loading gear, taking out trash to heavy

were thanked by members present for their outstanding leadership over the years. Club members voted and approved a motion to give $7,000 to the transportation fund from our treasury. Election of Officers was held with the following officers elected; President Parker McDaniel, Secretary-Treasurer Woody Brown, Activities Director Warren ”Danny” Collins, and Chaplain T. Dudley Myers. Former Secretary Rod Rushford withdrew from the position after many years of dedicated service to our club. Past President Johnnie Chandler Jr. will assist with activities. We would like to commend Past Potentate Joe Register and his Divan for the outstanding leadership and success they afforded Khedive Shrine during 2012. Our Club looks forward to 2013 under the direction of Potentate Richard G. Underdown and his Divan and we wish them great success. Our first golf outing this year will be on March 19th at Red Wing Golf Course at 0900 in Virginia Beach. So far almost 90 members have signed up. As the new season approaches we look forward to a prosperous new year filled with unity, fellowship and good health. We all know that one way to stay healthy is to watch your diet and get plenty of exercise. Golfing with Khedive Golf Club is an excellent way to burn calories, make a birdie or two and help a needy child and family during their time of hardship. Yours in the Faith, Noble Jerry P. Edwards Vice President lifting. Someone is always there and eager to help get things done.The band is always great and puts on one heck of a show at many events throughout the Temple.I'm very proud to be serving as Assistant Director. Looks like the new year promises to be another good one. Congratulations to Pote Rick and the Divan We are really looking forward to all the upcoming events and are preparing our vehicles this winter for the parade season. You can usually find some Hillbillies around the shack on any Wednesday evening but our regular business meeting is on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7, with supper at 6. See y'all around the shack. left: New Director of Hillbillies Bud Marchman right: 2012 Director Jim Larsen and Lady Marlene


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HORSE PATROL By Secretary/Treasurer Randy Dean

The Installing Officers’ and newly elected 2013 Khedive Horse Patrol Officers are as follows from right to left; Ill. Sir Jim Canterbury, Gator Ferguson as Captain, George Poston as 1st LT., Kenny Askew as 2nd LT., Randy Dean as Sec/Treas, Paul Scott as Parade Master/ Board of Director, Pete Wahl as Board of Director and Ill. Sir Bill Todd.

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edive Horse Patrol wishes everyone had an enjoyable holiday and is ready to get started with 2013. I want to welcome our newest member, Kevin Poland and his lady, Sandy. He will be a ground crew member to start with, but hopefully later on, he will become a riding member. Kevin became a Shriner at the 2012 Fall Ceremonial Session. Khedive Horse Patrol’s Christmas Party was held on December 15th at the home of Pete Wahl. The elected officers were installed by Ill. Sir Jim Canterbury, and Ill. Sir Bill Todd read the proclamation. The elected officers are as follows: Captain, Gator Ferguson, 1st Lt., George Poston, 2nd Lt., Kenny Askew, Secretary-Treasurer, Randy Dean, Parade Director, Paul Scott, and Board of Directors, Bill Davis, Pete Wahl and Paul Scott The Horse Patrol congratulates Ill. Sir Joe Register and his Divan on a successful 2012 year. We pledge our support and look forward to working with the Illustrious Potentate Rick Underdown and his Divan for the year of 2013. Congrats go out to Randy Murphy for his election to Chief Rabban, Elwood Paschal to Assistant Rabban, Woody Brown to High Priest and Prophet, and John Howe to Oriental Guide. The Horse Patrol is always looking for new members, Riders or Non-Riders. We meet in the Horse Patrol Clubroom at Greenbrier on the 1st Monday of each month at 7:00 P.M... If you have any questions, please give Captain Gator Ferguson a call on his cell phone, 757-286-8105.

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reetings Nobles, Ladies, & Air Horn fans. The Mini 18 Wheelers would like congratulate to Illustrious Rick Underdown on being elected and installed as Khedive’s newest Potentate. We look forward in assisting you any way we can through out the year to make Khedive bigger and better. We would also like to congratulate Nobles Woody Brown, and John Howe on being elected their respective offices. The Mini 18 Wheelers would also like to thank all of the members of the Divan and their ladies who,came out to our officers installation this past December. We hope everyone enjoyed the ”Best Clam Chowder in Tidewater” We are currently gearing up for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and hopefully the crowd will be as big as it was last year, so remember the rules of the road “when the Mini 18

Wheelers are on the street...no talking on your cell phone”...we have very loud horns and are not afraid to use them! We normally meet on the first Monday of the month, we invite all Nobles to come out and visit with us while we sit around and tell tall stories about how good we look in the parades :) Es Selamu Aleikum Dave Adams Khedive Mini 18 Wheelers


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mOTOR CORPS By Captain Ernie Ayers

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reetings Nobles and Happy 2013 to all. Let me start off by congratulating our newly elected Potentate ILL. Sir Rick Underdown and his Divan for 2013. We look forward to supporting you in the ensuing year. I would also like to take the opportunity to thank our new PC Les Aker and his Lady Linda for a great 2012 and wish him success in his new position as President of the Virginia Beach Shrine Club. Motor Corps participated in the Oyster Bowl Parade and later sold Programs during the game. It’s good to again be partnered with ODU and to see the event be so successful. Later in November we headed to Urbanna to participate in the Oyster Festival and had a great weekend of fun and fellowship. PC Kevin Dawkins always brings his BIG screen outdoor theater system and plays movies into the wee hours of the night. This year we even had the owners of the Motel come out and join us, what a great weekend. In December we were invited to participate in the Lynnhaven Colony Christmas Parade, the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Christmas Parade and the Smithfield Christmas Parade. Our annual Christmas Party and Installation of Officers was again held this year at the Smithtfield Station. I would like to thank everyone that attended the party. It

was nice to have so many friends there. I would also like to thank my Installing officers, ILL Sir Joe Register and ILL Sir Buddy Curran and to congratulate all the newly elected Officers of the Motor Corps. We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Potentate’s Ball and in March at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. So until then stay safe and never forget our real purpose. Ernie Ayers Captain

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ow that the Holidays are behind us & the elections are over it’s time to get started on another Shrine year. Congratulations to Illustrious Sir Rick on his election as Potentate. The KRD sends all our best wishes

and pledge of support to Ill. Sir Rick and his entire Divan and Official Family. As for us, Bobby Clark was elected as our Director, Todd Knight as Assistant Director, Ill. Sir. Cecil Doughtie as Treasurer, and yours truly will once again attempt to be a good Secretary. We are all excited about the upcoming year and will be practicing hard in preparation for the Spring Ceremonial. We were saddened to hear of the passing of Noble Bill Coker. Bill was indeed a GREAT Shriner, a true

friend of the KRD, our Temple, and our beloved philanthropy Shriner’s Hospitals. We will miss you Bill! On a lighter note, we would like to welcome our newest members, Gary Nye and Frank Craft, Jr. The KRD is on the move! Our focus this year will be to spruce up our float to make more impressive at parades. If anyone has a desire to participate with us, we meet on the third Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm in our Unit room at the Shrine Center. There are speaking parts and nonspeaking parts and we have great fun riding in parades and participating in the fellowship that goes along with it. So, whether you want to get on stage or just have fun with your fellow shriners, feel free to stop by and visit anytime. We welcome you all! See you on the street! Es Selamu Aleikum!


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provost guard By Sergeant Wesley King The Provost Guard held their annual Christmas Party and Officer Installation December 15th, when Captain Rob Richards dismissed his committees and thanked everyone for all of their support last year. Installed as Officers for 2013 were Captain Wayne ”Chowder” Sherman, 1st Lieutenant Mike Warlikowski, 2nd Lieutenant Woody Keating, Sergeant Wesley King and Secretary /Treasurer Bill Lauterbach Jr. The Christmas Party was a great success thanks to Captain Rob, his staff and the Ladies.. We congratulate Illustrious Sir Joe Register on the fine job last year and we look forward to a fantastic year with Illustrious Rick Underdown (one of Provost own) and the Divan. Congratulations to all the new officers in their Clubs and Units Lets all step up and make this year the success our Kids and Temple deserve. Illustrious Rick has set the tone now it is up to every Shriner to make the year a true success. We are looking forward to the first parade of the year, the St. Pat’s day parade on March 16th. This is always a fun parade for everyone. Our annual Bar-B-Que will be Sunday, April 14th, 2013.

suffolk shrine club By President Steve Matthews

Suffolk Shrine Club Famous Fish Fry March 9th

Schedule your calendar early. All Provost members will have tickets and tickets will be available at the door. SASA Provost spring meeting is being held in Nags Head N.C. this year with Khedive Provost Allan Cannon as the Chief of SASA Provost. Allan has planned a fantastic weekend with everything from Golf to tours. Khedive Provost wishes to congratulate and thank Col.. Gary Meyers for 50 years of service to Masonry. Gary received his 50th year certificate at his Lodge located in Crew Va. Several Provost members made the trip to Crew for Gary’s presentation. Remember the road to success is always under construction. 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.

”Our annual Bar-B-Que will be Sunday, April 14th, 2013. Schedule your calendar early. All Provost members will have tickets and tickets will be available at the door”

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appy New Year from the Suffolk Shrine Club Officers and Members. We would like to congratualate Sir Richard (Rick) Underdown on being elected Potentate of Khedive Temple and the Divan for being moved up to their new duties. Suffolk Shrine Club looks forward to new and better projects for the new year. Past President Steve Wright has joined the Board of Directors to help out this year. Our new officers for 2013 are, President Steve Matthews, Vice President PaulScott, Secretary/ Treasurer Gary Meyers, Assistant Secretary/ Treasurer Greg Taylor. The

Board of Directors are Pete Wahl, George e Poston, Freddie Gardner, Kenny Askew, Wesley King, Steve Wright, and James (Shorty) Salyers. Upcoming Events: Famous Fish Fry, March 9th 2013; Sudan/Suffolk joint meeting, July 24th 2013. We have received great support from the Temple this past year, our many thanks!!! The Club is is always for rent, if you need a place for a special event, give us a call. We need your continued support Nobles. Come visit and break bread with us, you are always welcome. Yours in the Faith, Steve Matthews


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reetings Nobles. Illustrious Sir Rick Underdown has appointed me as the Chairman of the Public Relations Committee and the Khedive Speaker’s Bureau, replacing John Howe, who was elected as our new Oriental Guide at the January business meeting. At the Units and Clubs Association orientation meeting, John spoke about what constitutes a public relations event. Whenever we participate in a parade, hold a fundraiser or appear at functions such as the Oyster Bowl activities where the public is in attendance, it’s a public relations function. In that regard, each and every one of us are ambassadors of the Temple to the public. It’s incumbent on each one of us to ensure that we all represent the Temple in a favorable light, and to be especially aware of the message that our appearance and actions send into the public domain. Public relations isn’t just providing information to the external public. There’s also a significant amount of information that is disseminated to the internal organization, i.e., to the Nobility. In that regard, Noble Wayne Kelly maintains an e-mail list that

we all use to send out information to the Nobility, including information ranging from the Imperial Potentate’s monthly updates to sickness and distress, meeting dates and fundraiser information that pertains to the Temple. If you’re not on the list, please sign up with Wayne. The Hi Noble is our internal publication, mailed to every Noble four times a year. It includes articles from each member of the Divan, the Units & Clubs, the Temple calendar, information regarding upcoming fundraisers and yes, even some advertising paid for by various businesses in the Tidewater area. We need to ensure that the message that we send to the public, especially during our parades and temple events. Please look at your signage and your displays. The words ”handicapped”, ”crippled” and ”disabled” are out. Phrases such as ”Returning Childhood to the Children” and ”We Work/Ride/Walk so that Children can Walk” are in. If you have any questions in this regard, please give me a call or stop by the Temple and we can discuss your specific issue.

There are some exciting opportunities coming up this year to present ourselves in the best possible light to the public, the first being Shrine night at the Admirals on March 9th. I’m looking for volunteers to help man our two Khedive Information Booths at the Scope during the evening. If you would like to help, please give me a call. Don’t forget that we can provide public relations material for your unit or club functions. There’s a pretty good supply in the Golf Office, but if you need a large quantity of anything, I can have it drop-shipped right to your door. Please visit our Khedive website at www.khediveshrine.org and the Imperial website for Shriners at www. shrinersvillage.com. You can refer your friends and Masonic Brethren to www.beashrinernow.com for further information on becoming a Shriner. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call at 757-635-2599 or drop me an e-mail at shepherd4kids@gmail.com if you need assistance in publicizing your event or with any public relations type questions. Es Selamu Aleikum! Cliff Atkinson Public Relations Chair

Imperial Shrine Websites

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SCOOTER PATROL By Secretary Gem Pagaduan

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e had a very successful installation party December 22, 2012 which was attended by 205 guests. Congratulations to newly elected, appointed and installed Nobles. Elected Nobles: Captain Basilio Cachaper First Lieutenant Fred Veraque Second Lieutenent Jack Price Secretary Gem Pagaduan Treasurer Freudian Fernandez As we head to coming spring SCOOTER PATROL is very optimistic in joining more parades and events under the new leadership of Captain

Basilio Cachaper and his Lady Bonny Cachaper. For you Nobles, Ladies and all lets be happy, loving, forgiving, stay healthy and keep this Nobility going. Nobles come join us on our Spring Fund Raising GOLF 0700 am 23 Mar 2013 at Kempsville Green with lunch at Hibachi Hrille for $60 each.

When sun is almost cooking the desert come join us and refresh your spirits at our LUAU 7:00-12:00pm 27 July 2013 for $15 each.

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reetings Nobles and Ladies, I would just like to give each and every member of the Motor Patrol, ”the members we see often and the members we want to see more often in the coming year” a very Big Thank You! for being a member of this unit. Thank you all for making 2012 a successful year.

We want each and every VOLUNTEER member to come out in ”2013” and to be an inclusive part of this NEW Year. YOU ARE ALL WANTED AND NEEDED!!! Thank you Charles Lee P.P., for presiding over and making my installation dinner on December 4th a success. Your refresher course on Shrine Protocal and enormous expertise were greatly appreciated. I would also like to thank Joseph Register, Potentate, and all members of our Official Family and Ladies for being in attendance. Thank You Motor Patrol members and Ladies for being in attendance. A special shout out to ACE and young Mr. Riddick for all your help. Last but not least many thanks to my wife Dot for her hard work and support. We are now half way through January and already we have participated in three parades. Dec 7th, we participated in the evening Poquoson Christmas Parade Dec 8th, we participated in the Edenton NC Christmas Parade. Dec 9th, we participated in the ACCA Christmas Parade in Chester, VA. Fun was had by All! January 5th, elections for the Divan were held for ”2013.” Congratulations to John Howe for becoming a new member. Best of Luck to you and your lovely lady Valerie. Please tell all your friends, family and neighbors about our organization. Lets work on our recruitment and membership in ”2013.” Please, all members lets get together and have some fun!!! We ride for the Children. Yours in the Faith Tommy Rice


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virginia beach SHRINE CLUB By President Les Aker

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appy New Year to all from the Virginia Beach Shrine Club. We have a full schedule planned for the Club this year and invite all the Khedive Nobles and their Ladies to join us. Our monthly meetings are held on the second Friday of each month, except June and December when it is the first Friday of the month and September when we do not meet at all. We are located at the Fraternal Order Police Lodge No. 8 on S. Birdneck Rd., corner General Booth Blvd, Virginia Beach, VA. Social hour is from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, our catered dinner is served at 7:00 PM, and upon completion of our meeting everyone is invited to stay and socialize. The new VBSC officers were installed at the VBSC Annual Christmas/Installation of Officers meeting which was held at the FOP Lodge No. 8 on Friday the 7th of December 2012. The newly installed officers are as follows: President Noble Les Aker 1st Vice President Noble Jimmy Newby 2nd Vice President Noble Jody Dudley Sergeant At Arms Noble Scott Slocum Treasurer Noble William Harold Jones Secretary Noble Lank Malbone, Past President 1 Year Board Member Noble Edward Usita, Past President 1 Year Board Member Noble Paul Beck 2 Year Board Member Noble Bill Lehm 3 Year Board Member Noble Bill Hoggard 3 Year Board Member Noble Charles Schwender Chaplain Noble Page Eaton, Past President The 2013 officers were sworn in by then Oriental Guide Elwood Paschal, and the Installing Marshall was then Assistant Rabban Randy Murphy. They did a great job. It was also a pleasure to have our Ladies included in this evolution. All the Divan were present and our special Ladies enjoyed the evening which included an extremely well catered dinner, favors for the Ladies, poinsettias were all given to the Ladies. The January meeting was held on the 11th at the FOP Lodge No. 8. During this meeting our Chaplain, Noble PP Page Eaton, most proficiently conducted our Annual

Photo top: New President Les Aker and Outgoing 2012 President Edward Usita Photo Bottom: The Installation of the 2013 VBSC Officers

Memorial Service remembering our departed Nobles whose labor here on earth ended in 2012. I would also like to extend a thank you to the members of the Khedive Motor Corps who assisted with the service. We would also like to thank our bartender, Lady Debbie, who does and outstanding job at each meeting. We are constantly looking for new members and remember LADIES you are invited too. Everyone who attends will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and socializing as well as a good meal. The Virginia Beach Shrine Club is looking forward to the upcoming Potentate’s Ball and providing the Illustrious Sir Rick Underdown, his Lady Marsha and the Divan with unparalleled support during the 2013 Year. Yours in the Faith, Les Aker, President 2013

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TIDEWATER SHRINE CLUB By Noble Scott Traner

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APPY NEW YEAR Nobles and may this be your personal best year and also the best for our wonderful fraternity. I would like to congratulate the Divan on the election to their positions. Special congrats to Noble John and Noble Woody on their entrance to the Divan. I know they will do a fantastic job. Illus. Sir Rick has come up with a great motto for the year and it should be noted that we will have BIG duties to fill this year to show the kids already enrolled in our Hospitals and the new kids to come that we will never let them down. The Divan is the face of our Temple but we all are the body. We will have to be willing to work harder this year just to keep up with the progress we have made in years past. With the Divans leadership and the membership

pitching in the sky is the limit. I do not believe that I have met one noble who is in the Shrine for their own benefit. All the Nobles are working only for our kids and with that said know that I am especially proud of our Temple and all our Units and Clubs. Thanks to each and every Noble for all you do. The Tidewater Shrine Club is already full ahead on our plaque program and we will be looking for a record setting year thanks to leaders Jon Beck and Randy Rogers. The Paper Drive is already scheduled and we will need volunteers for that. We will be pitching in to help the PSC at the Langley Speedway event and we have other plans to bring in New Money to the coffers. We meet the third Thursday of the month and we have added a new venue for the meetings. This year we will have a monthly meeting and also our Ladies Night at the Brickwood Grill (formerly Goodfellas) on Rt. 17 about 6 miles from the Coleman bridge. The Feb. meeting will be at Nicks at the bottom of the bridge and the March meeting at Brickwood Grill. If you get confused give me a call at 804-694-7074 for details on where we meet. Enough said for now my Brother Nobles, come and join us and other Units and Clubs through the year. Make this the year you join and work with everyone. I look forward to seeing all of you throughout the year at our many events. Finally Nobles as we always say, AIN’T IT GRAND TO BE A SHRINER. Noble Scott Traner TSC

The Following made a sizeable donation toward the expense to bring the Picnic shelter up to Chesapeake Fire Code. Ray Clyburn - Yacht Club James Kiphart - Directors Staff Zulekia Court - Lady’s Shrine Bill Lauterbach - Provost Guard Woody Keating - Provost Guard Chesapeake Shrine Club South Norfolk Ruritan Club

Color Guard Don Meyer Pote 2011 Provost Guard Khedive Motor Corps Roadrunners

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he Williamsburg Shrine Club would like to congratulate Illustrious Rick Underdown on his assent to Potentate, to Randy Murphy and Elwood Paschal on their advancements, to Noble Woody Brown on being elected High Priest and Prophet, and to Noble John Howe on being elected Oriental Guide. What a great group of officers our Temple has, and what a bright future. In November Ms. Susan Kern, who has served as an archaeologist for the Thomas Jefferson Foundation and is currently a Visiting Professor at W&M, presented the program for our Club. She talked about her book, The Jefferson’s at Shadwell. This book brings out some fresh and relatively unknown facts about Thomas Jefferson and his beginnings, as Shadwell was Jefferson’s birthplace and the home of his parents. In December we had our annual Ladies Night and Christmas Party. This year it was held at the Colonial Heritage dining room and at the conclusion of the evening, then Chief Rabban Rick Underdown, installed our 2013 Club officers, with the assistance of Ill. Joe Register. It made for a fitting conclusion to a great evening. The program for the Club’s January meeting was presented by Noble Cliff Atkinson, from the Speaker’s Bureau, who presented a program on our Hospitals and who gave us even more knowledge to add to our treasure-trove of information about our Hospitals and their operation. Finally, a huge THANKS to Illustrious Joe and the 2012 Divan for a great year, and all of the support they gave the Williamsburg Shrine Club. The Club accomplished much this past year, and without your support, it would not have been possible. And what a joy it was to have the Divan and their

families at our various functions throughout the year. As always, we hope you will take the opportunity to come over and see us. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at the Holiday Inn on Bypass Road (US 60) in Williamsburg. The social hour begins at 6:00PM with dinner at 7:00PM. Come enjoy the fun, fellowship and food. Directions to the Holiday Inn are easy. Take I-64 to Williamsburg. And when you get here, take the “Camp Perry” exit . Turn onto Rt 143 EAST. Pass through the first stop light, then turn right at the next stoplight, and then turn right again at the next stoplight. That is Bypass Rd., or US Rt 60. The hotel is located at the top of the hill, on the right, next to the Knights Inn 1776. Please call Noble Dick Jones (757-566-0506) by the Friday before the meeting to make a dinner reservation.

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Thank You Oscar Obsuna and lady Violy for the beautiful handcrafted flyer stand you made for Khedive Temple


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Yacht CLUB By Vice Commodore Bill Hammett

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ravis Twiford set the 2013 course for the Yacht Club as he assumed command as Commodore at the Club’s 2012 combined Christmas party and installation. He was also installed as the Fleet Captain, Mid-Atlantic Association of Shrine Yacht Clubs (MAASYC) last September. The installing officer was then Chief Rabban Richard Underdown and our now newest past potentate Joe Register and Lady Holly were in attendance. The photo above includes (L-R) Ill Richard Underdown, Commodore Travis Twiford, Vice Commodore Bill Hammett, Rear Commodore Clyde Dixon, Past Commodore Don Super, Secretary Ray Clyburn, and Treasurer Ron Filer. For the past three years Khedive Yacht Club has won the prestigious Evers trophy awarded for the most outstanding MAASYC Yacht Cub as well as the Burroughs trophy as the most outstanding Yacht Club participating in the annual MAASYC rendezvous. There are several criteria used in determining which of the Yacht Clubs that comprise the MAASYC organization receive these awards.

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Membership participation is critical to winning; however, there is a far bigger award that comes with participation. By attending member club Commodore Balls and the MAASYC annual rendezvous many Yacht Club members have established friendships over a wide geographic area some of which have lasted many years. This is one of the many unwritten benefits for any active Shriner. Participation is the key. A happy Shriner is an active Shriner. The biggest reward all MAASYC member Yacht Clubs receive is the attention given to our Children’s Hospitals and burn centers during the MAASYC rendezvous. Part of this event includes boat decoration competition. The MAASYC commodore chooses a theme for the decorations. For example, last year the theme was Christmas in July. Others in the host marina notice the decorations and aside from the friendly competition it is a proven and effective way of spreading the word about the great work we do for our children. It is one of the ways the Khedive Yacht Club measures up to our kids. Like any Unit or Club the Yacht Club is always looking for new members. Although we are a boating organization, boat ownership is not a requirement for membership. The Yacht Club is looking for Shriners with an interest in boating. With or without a boat, club members provide invaluable support. For example, during boating season the club hosts several boating rendezvous to various marinas located within the lower Chesapeake Bay area. Ground support plays an important part in the success of these rendezvous. Anyone interested in Yacht Club membership is highly encouraged to contact any of the club officers or the Khedive’s business office. Our ladies attend the meetings. Meetings are normally held the second Tuesday of the month either in an area restaurant or a member’s home. A social hour precedes the meeting followed by dinner.

January 28, 2013

Eastern Shore Shrine Club Official Visit


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hi-noble boosters ARAB PATROL JACK & MARTHA RYALS WOODIE & TERRY BROWN JAMES CARTER JR. JAMES CARTER SR. HARRY & MARTHA HAVERTY BILL & EVELYN HUGUENEL JIM JONES & MARGARET IVY & JEAN MORTAN JIM NATH & LOIS JIM & ARLENE SMITH HUGH SPIVEY & MARGIE JOHN SMITH

AUTOS Duke & Pat Allen RICKEY AKERS & ALICE GREG & NORMA ALLEJOS CIFF & EVELYN ATKINSON GARY & JANET BACKUS MICHAEL & BETH BAILEY ALAN & CANDIE BROWN Braint & Joan Capps DAVID & KAY CLARK DEAN & BELINDA CLARO GREG & BARBARA COWELL BRIAN CRAWFORD WILLIAM & JEANETTE CREEKMORE Jody & Lisa Dudley GEORGE & JESSIE EASON Charles & Gail Elks MURRAY GOODWIN WAYNE & NANCY HALL JAMES & MARINA HARWELL HOWARD & ANN HELWIG ROBERT & CINDY HORTON DENNIS & FAY HYLTON BOB LAMBERT LEROY & NANCY LANE LARRY ROUNTREE & LAVONNE ED & KATHY LEGGETT TIM & SUSAN MAGUIRE ALEX MARTIN AI & TRISH MAYES Joel & Robin Medlin WILLIAM MORSE MIKE & BARBARA MOSELER CHARLES & SHIRLEY NISSEN DAVE NORTON GEORGE & PATRICIA NOTTINGHAM JOEL Q’HERN & KATHY CHARLES PATNODE JACK & DEBBIE PEED  WILLIAM & MARIA PEED DAVID & GINGER PICKETT STANLEY & NANCY REAMES  RUDY & LAVERN RUDIBAUGH RONNIE & MELISSA SHANK JACK & DIANE SMITH MARTY AND SHERRY TWOMEY ROGER & MAUREEN WARD PETE & DEBORAH WRIGHT

BEACH BUM BROTHERS BRUCE EDWARDS ARTHUR GANDY RICHARD RAWLS SCOTT TRANER

CAMAROS LANDIS & VIVIAN NEAL LEON & MARGIE STOCKS BILLY & BEVERLY IRVING DAVID & DEBBIE SAWYER JOHN & LAURA CONROY KENNY & WANDA STEPHENS BUDDY & SAVONNE WHITTINGTON TERRY & CHERYL BLEDSOE HERB & DONNA MYERS JOE & NORMA TAITANO HENRY & FLORENCE PARKER

CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB Bill Hoggard Sr. Alan Brown Ray Connard Ron Clobridge In Memory of Murry Buck Past Presidents Officers & Board of Directors

COLOR GUARD JOHN & MIDIA TEWALT FLOYD BROGDEN & EVELYN ALAN & SHARON CANNON KEN CONLEY & AMY ERIC DELL & BRENDA BUDDY DARDEN & DOT DAVID DAVIS & ROSEMARY FREDDI GARDNER & MITZI PAT GARRISON & LINDA TOMMY GOODMAN & PAM MIKE HARRELL & LYDIA BILL KERN P.P. & CAROL RICK MERCER & PATTI DAVID MONELL P.P. & DONNA BRADLEY NOVINGER PAT O’BRIEN & TRICIA GARY O’BRIEN & MARTY ALAN ORMOND & CAROL WILLIAM REED & KATHY GARY SMITH & DALLA GREG TAYLOR & COLLEEN RODNEY ROUNTREE & KATHY STEVE WRIGHT & GAIL

CORVETTES Jim & Barbara Baker Jim & Fran Carr Scottie & Spring Dyer Alex & Joyce Kupetz Rusty Miller Eric & Diane Nathan Brian & Renee Blankenship Charles & Jeannie Taylor Larry & Barbara Wells

FIRE BRIGADE ROB ALLEN ROBERT P. TRAVIS JR. ROB KAYLOR RAYMOND H. MCCOY JR. BOB MOORE SR. “BIG ED” MCALPINE PHIL TAYLOR SR. BOB SMOYER

DESERT PATROL MEL & GRETCHEN ALLMOND MARVIN & ALICE BEACHAM DAN AND DEANNA BOARD JEFF CLARK BILL CONWAY JIMMIE & PAT DAVIS ROGER HUTCHINSON & RUTH BUDDY & TERESA KAYTON SHAWN KAYTON

PARKER & MARY MCDANIEL JR. PARKER & SARAH MCDANIEL 3RD RAY & JEWEL MCDANIEL SEAN & SHEREE MCDONNELL JEAN-MARC & CAROL OUIMET W. SCOTT & TERESA SLOCUM PETE & BRIDGETTE SPHAN MARK & ROCKEY WARFORD TIMOTHY WARFORD & JACKIE

DRUM & BUGLE CORPS ROBERT & BETTY BROWN LEN & CAROLE CARTER GEORGE & SUE CRISPEN CLYDE & MARY ALICE DALTON P.P. GOODY & JESSIE GLASSMAN MIKE & PAT KUDSK

HENRY & CAROL MCCOY CALVIN S. NEWBY JR. GEORGE & JOANNE RHUDY RANNY & DORIS RYAN CLIF & SHARON SMITH P.P. TONY & MARY VERSIC

FRANKLIN SHRINE CLUB Kenny & Debbie Askew Johnny & Judy Avent Linwood & Priscilla Baker Joel & Unha Bradshaw Jim & Jerri Canterbury David & Dot Darden Randy & Claudette Dean Welton & Lottie Deshields Bryan & Elaine Fenters Gator & Mary Ferguson Kenneth & Iola Gay Melvin & Barbara Gray Kenneth & Dot Griffith Kim & Pat Hall Curtis & Anne Mae Holland

HILLBILLIES CHARLIE & BARBARA AMICK TERRY & CHERYL BLEDSOE BUCK & JEANNETTE BRAY RICK & MYRNA BRYANT RAY & PAT CONNARD ROGER & JANET CORT BUDDY & SYLVIA CURRAN BOB HITT BILL & SANDRA HAMILTON DON & SANDY HOWARD CHRIS JAEGER HAROLD & IMGARD JONES AL & SANDY KINCHEN SHEP & SUE MCCLENNY JOHN KOONCE JIM & MARLENE LARSEN ANDY LITTLE LANK & BARBARA MALBONE BUD & BARBARA MARCHMAN DON & BETTY MEYER BILL & SARA NOLAN ALLEN & PAMELA PIERCE CHARLES SCHWENDER BOB & DONNA STANEK DAVE & PETE SWOOPE BRIAN ZIMMERMAN

Edward & Martie Howell Kevin & Mary Insull Bob Lambert Charlie Lupton Ronnie & Madge Lusk John & Kay Meditz George & Debbie Poston Lynn & Patricia Rothwell Ralph & Rachel Tayloe Gerald & Jeannie Whitley Stephen & Gale Wright

PENINSULA SHRINE CLUB ROGER WARD PAGE NEALE PAUL HAMPTON RICHARD RAWLS JERRY WHITLOCK STUART WHITEHEAD TOMMY JOY LEONARD MAYO RICHARD BENNETT PETE EURE VAN WILSON FRANK JACKSON CHUCK SUTPHIN BRUCE EDWARDS HAROLD JOYNER DAVE GWALTNEY ARTHUR GANDY MITCH DUNSTON MICHAEL DUNSTON “SKIP” PARKER


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Kenny & Debbie Askew Jesse & Bonnie Bell Bill & Yolanda Davis Randy & Claudette Dean Jim & Susan Dominesey Gator & Mary Ferguson Ronnie & Madge Lusk Jim & Lanice Peach Kevin & Sandy Poland George & Debbie Poston Paul Scott Pete Wahl & Maryann

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LES AKER & LADY LINDA GARY & CHERYL EMERICK ERNIE & DANA AYERS NICK & JACKIE AZARANSKY MARK & CARRIE GUYER DAVID & DONNA BOYD ALAN & CANDI BROWN BUDDY & SYLVIA CURRAN P.P. KEVIN & CHERYL DAWKINS BILL & MARION HOGGARD LOYD HOLBROOK WAYNE KELLY & LADY CHERYL BILL & CAROL KERN P.P. GARY & RUTH ANNE KING LEROY & NANCY LANE RAY & BRENDA MCLAUGHLIN BERY & TINA MELCHOR GEORGE & BONNIE MESSINGER DON & BETTY MEYER P.P. RANDY & DEBBIE MURPHY ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL STEVE & JUDY SMITH CLIF & SHARON SMITH P.P. RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER MIKE & SANDY DONOFRIO CURT MAINWARING & LADY VICKI PAUL & KATE BECK MIKE & SUSAN COFFMAN ILLUSTRIOUS JOE REGISTER & LADY HOLLY

LEGION OF HONOR BILL & LORETTA AMBROSE EDDIE BARKLEY CLAUDE BLACKWELL HENRY “HANK” BORN CHESTER & MICHELE BUTLER JOHN & “DI” CADDY DAVE & BETTY CUNNINGHAM TED & ERLINDA DELA CRUZ RUDY & ROSALINDA DELAROSA HARRY “BILL” & JEAN ERVIN ILL. CHARLES & BETTY FRALEY PHILLIP FULCHER JR FORREST & HARRIET GARLAND FLOYD GILBERT JOHN GLAUNER PETER & HELEN GORDON JERRY & BARBARA HOLDEN HARRY & JANE HUGGINS DONALD “DON” JEWELL CHARLIE JOHNSON JACK & LAVERNE KINGSLEY JACK & DEBBIE LAURSEN RON & HELEN LEE JOHN & ROSE MALONE DONALD & BOOTS MCBRIDE ALTON “RED” MCKEITHAN DAVE & GALE MEEKINS MILTON MIDGETTE ILL. DONALD & BETTY MEYER CLETE & BARBARA NESTER WAYNE & NANCY NOVAK ROBERT “BOB” OLSON PAUL & NANCY PENNYBACKER ILL. JOHN & JOYCE PIPKIN RUSSELL & MARGE SAWYER ILL. CLIF & SHARON SMITH DONALD & PHYLLIS SUPER REMY & GREGORIA TALA BOB & GALE THOMAS EDWIN & AURORA TISDALE HERB & JEAN TROUPE MARSHALL & GUIDA WHISNER

MINI 18 WHEELERS WARREN & BETTY TUCKER BOYD B. BRITT DAVID & LISA ADAMS SAMMY & BARB KOVAX ROBERT & SUSAN COLLINS WARREN D. COLLINS & GLENDA FROSTY & MARIE HARRISON LARRY & KATE LAWRENCE GIL & MARYLEE SAWYER WILEY & PAULA JERNIGAN HARRY WILLIAM COLLINS BOBBY & KATHY JOHNSON JEFF & DEBBIE HAGUE ILL JAMES CANTERBURY & LADY JERI DAN & MARY HONAKER GARY & JOYCE UMPHLETT

Chris & Dianna Beehler George & Kay Black Floyd & Evelyn Brogden Alan & Candie Brown Tom & Carol Carter Herbert & Sylvia Curran Jr. P.P. Mitch & Barbara Dunston William “Bill” Coker Jimmy Evans Forrest & Harriet Garland John Glauner Roy Gregory Delbert, Audrey, Graig Harris

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CURLEY BYLER DAVID & JENNY BYLER MIKE & ANNETTE CLARK CHARLIE & BARBARA CURTIS PAUL & BONNIE DAVIS TOMMY & RHONDA GALE ARTHUR & KAREN GANDY MORRIS & FRANCES GLOVER FLOYD & PAT GOFF ROGER & LINDA HARTMAN HOWIE & ANN HELWIG JOHN & VALIERIE HOWE STEVE & CATHY HUDGINS JIM & ANNETTE KELLY ART & BETTY KOHN

Steve & Becky Owen Bobby & Jody Clark Paul & Daneen Doughtie Mitch & Carol Cohen Gary & Max Nye

John Henry & Michelle Martin Roy & Beth McKinney Rick & Patty Mercer Gary & Mary Meyers Linwood & Nora Nelms John & Kelly O’Donnell Ed Owens & Linda Clint & Simone Post Jim Remley & Eleanor Captain Wayne & Shirley Sherman Bobby & Brooke Smith Marjor & Pam Stephenson Jay & Donna White Bill Batten Mike and Lisa Warlikowski

ROADRUNNERS Chris & Robin Anders Cliff & Evelyn Atkinson Roy & Penny Baisden David & Donna Boyd Floyd & Evelyn Brogden Dan & Glenda Collins Tom & Dobson Jody & Lisa Dudley David & Laura Fazendin Petro Ficare Ray & Crystal Forehand Pete & Helen Gordon

STEVE & DEBBIE MCGOWAN TOMMY MORTON JIMMY & RITA PINNER TOMMY & DOT RICE VERNON & INA RICE ED & GAY RIDDICK MARK & CHRIS SAWYER MIKE SHEEHAN CLIF & SHARON SMITH P.P. ACE & JOYCE STOKES JAY & DONNA WHITE ERIC & SHANA WILLIAMS PHIL & BARBARA WILLIAMS

RITUALISTIC DIVAN Cecil & Mary Doughtie, P.P. Rob & Jan Lockwood Todd & Diane Knight Ken & Sonia Gregory

Al, Eleanor & Teresa Kennell Wayne Kelly & Cheryl Bill & Carol Kern Lank & Barbara Malbone Alex Martin Milt Midgett Elwood & Pat Paschal Skip Patnode George & Debbie Poston Fred & Linda Rudiger Warren & Nancy Stewart Ray & Virginia Teller Wally & Nancy Timmons Memory Deceased Nobles Ocean View Shrine Club

PROVOST GUARD Bobby & Daphine Allen Berkley B. “BB” Bristow Alan & Sharon Cannon Mike & Barb Cannon Bob Cannon Butch & Leah Casper Gwinn & Lisa Dunbar Larry Hale Ralph & Ann Johnson William R. “Bill” & Missie Keating Woodrow T. “Woody” & June Keating Mason & Pam Keeter Wesley & Nancy King G.W. “Bill” & Sharon Lauterbach

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Wayne Kelly & Cheryl Valeriano SAM & PAM PATRICK

Tom & Kathy Griffith Wayne & Nancy Hall Robert & Cindy Horton Lee & Lucille Herrington Ralph & Ann Johnson Richard & Sara Madson George Main Ed & Shirley McAlpine Ed & Doris Meise Don & Betty Meyer Greg Muir George O’Neal Elwood & Pat Paschal Skip Patnode Fred & Linda Rudiger Ron & Missy Shank Wayne & Shirley Sherman Harold & Kathy Smith Jack & Diane Smith J. Leon & Margie Stocks Ray & Virginia Teller Stormy & Linda Thorson Edward & Claudette Usita Jim & Lynda Wagner John & Susan Whiteman

KNIGHTS OF MECCA RAY & CONNIE SOLTIS TEO & ERLINDA DELACRUZ RON & MELISSA SHANK MIKE & SUSAN COFFMAN STORMY & LINDA THORSON WOODY & TERRY BROWN RAY & ANN MCCOY ED & DORIS MEISE BILL & DORSEY GURLEY


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HI-NOBLE BOOSTERS SCOOTER PATROL Monchita & Nellie ABAD Manuelito & Evelyn ALIP Greg & Norma ALLEJOS Marrk & Caroline ANCHETA Willie & Anita AUSTRIA Dom & Juanita BALASON Denis & Aurora BARAO Lenn & Liberty BARLAAN Art BAUTISTA Nicke & Eulalia BERNAS Bobby & Janie BURAGA Basilio & Venracion CACHAPER Vigil & Virgie CALDERON Conrad & Fely CALPITO Nicke & Nilda CASTILLO Dean & Belinda CLARO Ray & Jean CORSINO Joe & Marilyn DELAZO Bobby & Modesta DIZON Ike & Jean ENRIQUEZ Winfred & Tess ESCALANTE Rene & Cecile FELIAS Freudian & Nelly FERNANDEZ Oscar & Estella GADOR Art & Vicky GARDUQUE Manolo & Carina GATBONTON Rey & Marilyn GUTIERREZ

Ernie & Lourdes HOFILENA Chito & Anne ISIP George & Ellie JARDINES Charles & Joan LEE June & Fe LUNA Ben & Shirley MABALOT Lank & Barbara Malbone Justo & Salvacion MANGLICMOT Dan & Nita MANUEL Seth & Gloria MESA Bernie & Sisinia MOLINA Pat & Miriam NATIVIDAD Oscar & Violy OBSUNA Gem PAGADUAN Roger & Lydia PANELO Lee & Esther PARRILLA Jess & Beth PAULE Jack & Dorothy PRICE Joe & Millette SALONGA Joey & Naty SANTOS Ernie & Tess SORIANO Remy & Jing TALA Edward & Claudete USITA Freddie & Lydia VERAQUE Manny & Christine VERGARA Wilfredo & Corine VITUG

SWASHBUCKLERS ALAN BROWN & CANDIE ALLEN SOKOLIK & lINDA JACK FARRER WILLIAM HAMMETT & MARLENE DAVID E. BOYD & DONNA E. LEE HERRINGTON & LUCILLE RAYMOND TELLER JR. & VIRGINIA KIETH WILLIAMS & LYNDA RICK SMITH & LUANN FREDERICK FARRER & VICKI BRIAN CRAWFORD

PHILIP CROMARTIE & MARILYN DONALD & BETTY MEYER

VIRGINIA BEACH SHRINE CLUB Clif & Evelyn Atkinson Les Aker & Linda Daniel J. Bigelli John & Juanita Baker Joe Beck, Jr. & Debbie Paul & Kate Beck David & Donna Boyd Randall Brackett Lloyd H. Burton Richard & Susan Carlson lll Jim & Barbara Caton Miles Cochran Phil & Marilyn Cromartie Herbert & Sylvia Curran, Jr. David & Mary DeCook Dan & Nancy Dixon Scottie & Spring Dyer Herman Dennis 11 & Ruby Page & Nina Eaton Dennis & Nadine Edwards Gary & Cheryl Emerick Charles & Carol Evans Clifford & Hannah Evans Thomas & Karen Fitz Wayne & Mary Ann Flora Floyd & Gayleen Gilbert Edison & Frances Granger, Jr. Claude & Norma Gregory, Jr. Ken & Sonia Gregory Bill & Dorsey Gurley, Sr. Khalil & Laura Habr Don & Katherine Hodges Stanley & Jane Hogge Thomas B. Hope Sr. W. Jerry & Jerry Holcomb Harold & Irmgard Jones Buddy & Teresa Kayton Bill & Missie Keating Gary & Ruth Anne King vernon King Sr.

H. Grady Kolb, Jr. Thomas C. Kyrus Bill & Sharon Lauterbach Ricky & Bonnie Lavrischeff Royal C. Madry Jr. Al W. Madsen George Main Lank & Barbara Malbone George Marion Ernest & Bonnie Marrow Ed & Doris Meise Jr. George & Bonnie Messinger Don & Betty Meyer Raymond & Evelyn Mountford Dan & Donna Murphy Randy & Debbie Murphy G. Wilson & Judy Nelligar Jim & Sandy Newby Lloyd E. Nicholson Wayne & Nancy Novak Oscar & Violeta Obsuna Steven & Becky Owen Walter & Rachel Padon Jack & Gladys Pallett Elwood & Pat Paschal Robert & Dell Roberts Fred & Linda Rudiger Michael Savvides Cecil & Elsie Simpson Steve & Judy Smith Allen & Linda Sokolik Ray & Virginia Teller Wally & Nancy Timmons Edward & Claudette Usita Ralph & Donna VanNostrand Chad & Lamonica White Wendell White Ed & Shirley Williams Memory Deceased Nobles

TIDEWATER SHRINE CLUB MICHAEL DUNSTON ROBERT WILLIAMS MARK COOK KEITH WEBB SCOTT TRANER BILL COKER

JOHN MARTIN MARSHALL LEWIS JON BECK ROBERT THOMPSOND DAVID (DOC) WHITE W.F. (Bucky) Clements

TOMMY WALTERS DAVID CROCKETT WOODY BROWN BILL LEARY Donald Kinkade BEN GARRETT

INDIVIDUAL WILLIAM J. ALLSBROOK Phil & Polly Annarino BUDDY & PEGGY BAGLEY JOHN BARTLETT LINDSAY R. BAZEMORE FRED BOUNDS THOMAS BOYCE WOODY & ELIZABETH BROWN P.P. JIM & JERI CANTERBURY P.P. BUTCH & LEAH CASPER EDNA CATES MILES COCHRAN JR. MAURICE COHEN LEROY T. COLEMAN FRED & BETTY CRAWFORD MARY ALICE DALTON KENT DAUGHTREY

WILLIAM F. DUNN JEAN EDWARDS JAMES EICHELIBERGER HAROLD G. FARRELL DAVID FENN W.L. FENSKA JR. EDWARD FOSHAY CARLTON & JOANN GILL JR. TIM JONES EARL & HELEN GRAY DIXIE J. GRINNALDS H.F. HAZELWOOD BILL & PHYLLIS HENLEY CLIFTON HUNTER JR. J.W. JEFFRIES - EASTERN SHORE SHRINE CLUB DON J. JEWELL

ROBERT LAMBERT John & Anne Lawson BILL & SHARON LAUTERBACH, JR WILLIAM D. LEWIS JAME T. LUNN, JR. GEORGE C. MAIN DERK V. MARTIN JOHN HENRY MARTIN BILL & ESTER MCCLARE DAVE MCCLELLAN RON & HELEN LEE JOSEPH PARRISH BETTY PHILBRICK JOE & MARY RAMSEY JOHN W. RAYFIELD GEORGE & JOANNE RHUDY

NORRIS & MARY ROBERTS CHUCK SCHWENDER ALLAN K. SCHUGELD CLIF & SHARON SMITH P.P. TEENY SMITH DONALD & BETTY SOMERS P.P. JOHN & JANE STERRY EDWIN & AUROA TISDALE PRENTICE G. TUCK, JR. EDWARD USITA ARTHUR WAHL T. JERY WALSH CAROL WICKS WILSON & LINDA WIDGEON WILLIAM JASON WILSON DICK & THELMA WRIGHT P.P. YACHT CLUB - RON FILER


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POTENTATE Richard G. Underdown (Marsha) 549 Willowbend Drive Chesapeake, VA 23323 (Home) 487-6373 (Cell) 761-6891 CHIEF RABBAN Randy Murphy (Debbie) 221 Tree Fern Drive Chesapeake, VA 23322 (Home) 410-8392 (Cell) 438-4746 ASSISTANT RABBAN Elwood Paschal (Pat) 5516 Fairwood Lane Virginia Beach, VA 23455 (Home) 464-0143 (Cell) 536-2118 HIGH PRIEST & PROPHET Woody Brown (Terry) 1485 Bridge Point Trail Suffolk, VA 23432 (Home) 255-4386 (Cell) 288-5035 ORIENTAL GUIDE John Howe (Valerie) 205 Dunn Circle Hampton, VA 23666 (Home) 825-1569 (Cell) 592-5584

Official Family Trustees CHIEF AIDE Mike Coffman (Susan) PERSONAL AIDE

Parker McDaniel (Mary) ADVISER TO THE POTENTATE William E. “Bill” Todd P.P. (Sandy) DIRECTOR OF UNIFORMED UNITS Johnny Avent (Judy)

ASST. DIRECTOR OF UNIFORMED UNITS Paul Beck (Kate)

CHAIRMAN David Norton 2016 204-4991 VICE CHAIRMAN Ralph Johnson (Ann) 2017 547-8670 MEMBERS Leroy Lane (Nancy) 2014 Bill Keating (Missie) 2015 482-4569 Mike Coffman (Susan) 2018 903-9692

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FIRST CEREMONIAL MASTER TEMPLE PIPER Steve Owen (Becky) 427-3641 Rob Lockwood (Jan) SECOND CEREMONIAL MASTER TREASURER ACTIVITIES Todd Knight (Diane) 721-6011 Richard E. “Dick” Wright, P.P. (Thelma) & PAPER CRUSADE TEMPLE DIRECTOR 276 Bridgeview Circle Lank Malbone (Barbara) Watt Perley (Trina) 424-3009 Chesapeake, VA 23322 DECORATIONS CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD (Home) 482-2912 (Cell) 615-2911 Mike Donofrio (Sandy) Wayne Sherman (Shirley) 804-687-4743 RECORDER PHOTOGRAPHERS Charles E. “Charlie” Lee, P.P. (Joan) OUTER GUARD Portrait 3651 Sea Breeze Circle Mike Warlikowski (Lisa) Mike Harrell (Lydia) Virginia Beach, VA 23452 Parade and Special Events 233-6938 (Home) 340-7487 (Work) 420-4510 Oscar Obsuna (Violy) MARSHAL Mel Allmond Gem Pagaduan (Gretchen) 486-6164 Photographers Emeritus CHAPLAIN Herb Troupe (Jean) Scott Foxwell (Sharon) Bill Nolan (Sarah) Official Publication 490-2797

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