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HI-NOBLE Second Quarter 2016 - The Official Publication of Khedive Shrine Center

KHEDIVE SHRINE ANNUAL RODEO

Friday & Saturday June 10 & 11 Flyer Inside Back Page

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Spring Ceremonial June 17 & 18 Schedule of Events

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Easter Egg Hunt Annual Event Photo Gallery

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Spring Ceremonial Schedule

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June 17 & 18 2016

SPRING CEREMONIAL CANDIDATE & CEREMONIAL SCHEDULE Friday, June 17, 2016

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Dress: Casual - No Jeans 6:30 PM Open House (ALL UNITS ROOMS ARE CLOSED) j Opening Remarks j Introduction of Candidates and their Ladies j Introduction Honoree Noble Dave Norton & Lady Carol j Shriners Hospital Program

Saturday, June 18, 2016 Dress: Casual - No Jeans 8:30 AM New Candidates Arrive 9:30 AM Ceremonial Begins (Unit Rooms Closed) 10:45 AM Unit and Club Check Presentations 11:30 AM Parade 12:15 PM Lunch

Ladies - Saturday, June 18, 2016

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In This Issue FEATURES 06 - Assistant Rabban 14 - Calendar May - August 05 - Chief Rabban 10 - Director of Transportation 39 - Easter Egg Hunt Photos 13 - Greenville Hospital Report 44 - Khedive Shirt Fundraiser 10 - Khedive Happenings 07 - High Priest & Prophet 40 - Hi-Noble Boosters 11 - Hospital Trips Report 30 - In Memory 31 - Million Dollar Club Donations 12 - Million Dollar Club Form 08 - Oriental Guide 37 - Petition For Membership 13 - Philadelphia Hospital Report 04 - Potentate’s Message 06 - Recorders Desk 35 - Shriners International Day 36 - Spring Ceremonial Prices 38 - St. Patrick’s Day Photos

UNITS & CLUBS

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16 - Autos 19 - Band 24 - Camaros 21 - Chesapeake Shrine Club 17 - Clowns 22 - Color Guard 16 - Corvettes 20 - Directors Staff 23 - Drum & Bugle Corps 25 - Fire Brigade 27 - Golf Club 28 - Hillbillies 18 - Khedive Carts 24 - Knights of Mecca 29 - Legion of Honor 30 - Mini 18 Wheelers 26 - Motor Corps 28 - Motor Patrol 32 - Peninsula Shrine Club 31 - Provost Guard 36 - Ritualisitc Divan 26 - Scooter Patrol 19 - Suffolk Shrine Club 27 - Swashbucklers 33 - Tidewater Shrine Club 25 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club 34 - Williamsburg Shrine Club 34 - Yacht Club

12 - An Evening Out Formal Affair 01 - Barber’s Tire & Auto Inside Front Cover - Beach Ford 11 - Cavalier Garage 23 - Chesapeake Shrine Club 18 - Creekmore Hardware 08 - Franklin Shrine Club 43 - J & The Band 20 - Jennifer Carr Photography 18 - Hoggard-Eure Associates 09 - Maguire & Sons Autos 33 - Philbrick Inc. 12 - Pro-Specs Home Inspections 16 - Ramsey Equipment Company 21 - Retirement Readiness Kit Back Inside - Rodeo Flyer 08 - Suffolk Shrine Club 12 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club

KHEDIVE SHRINE

BUSINESS MEETINGS CURRENT DUES CARD REQUIRED FOR ADMITTANCE

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

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

WEAR YOUR FEZ

DINNER: 6:30 PM - MEETING 7:30 PM

THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2016 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2016 SECOND QTR 2016


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Potentate’s Message By Woody Brown

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reetings Nobles!!! Wow, the first few months of 2016 have been a whirlwind. Many thanks for every Noble who came out and supported us on all of the Official Visits. Your support is overwhelming. The Potentate’s Ball was a HUGE success. We had 350 Nobles and their Ladies dressed to the nines celebrating “Mardi Gras.” The band was superb; food was delicious, and it was very evident many of you really enjoyed the Hurricane Bar. Terry and I really appreciate all of you who attended. I am sorry I had to miss the Saint Patrick’s Day parade this year. I was in Nashville, TN attending SASA Spring meeting. From the pictures and reports I have received, I know you all did Khedive proud. At least I did draw a great number for Khedive in the parade this year at Myrtle Beach. Nobles, the Divan has attended several lodges in our Oasis so far this year. This has been a huge success. We have been received with open arms. All of them are pleased of our “Strength in Unity” theme this year. Also, our visits have resulted in giving our Brethren many petitions to join us this year. So, I

ask each of you, attend your Lodge and let your members know that we are in this together. Nobles, we are now gearing up for a lot of unit fund raisers. Please support each other. Just remember, you can’t do it alone. Nobles, it is not too early to start thinking about MASA and SASA conventions this September. Our hotel is the Double Tree for MASA. We have moved our lodging for SASA. We are now at Captain’s Quarters in Myrtle Beach. If you are going to Myrtle Beach, you have to make your own reservations. The information for the hotel has been released. Just follow the directions on the flyer. I am hoping we will get a huge response. We have our Rodeo on June 10 & 11. This is a huge fund raiser for your Temple. Please support this with your “Rodeo Daddy” tickets. Our Spring Ceremonial is June 17 & 18. I am honoring Noble Dave Norton and his Lady Carol. Dave and Carol do an enormous amount of work for this Temple. So, get out those petitions and show Dave how much we appreciate them. Nobles, our Business Meeting is May

19. Our ladies are invited to join us for dinner, then, have a program while we are conducting Temple business. Every Officer of all Units and Clubs should attend these meetings. Again, THANK YOU ALL for your support in making Khedive Temple the best Temple in the land. “STRENGTH IN UNITY”!!!!!! Yours in the Faith, Woody Brown, Potentate 2016

Woody

POTENTATE’S BALL PHOTOS Oriental Guide Bill Hoggard & Lady Marion

Chief Rabban John Howe & Lady Valerie

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Woody & Acca Potentate

Pote Woody & Lady Terry


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Chief Rabban By John Howe

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reetings Nobles, I hope that this writing finds you enjoying the Spring weather. It’s hard to believe that a third of 2016 is already behind us. It seems that the older we get, the faster time flies by. As I was thinking about what to write for this issue of the Hi-Noble, I’d been watching the Presidential campaigns heat up approaching the party’s national conventions. The process brings to mind our own election process. When I was running for OG, something happened that I’ve never been able to forget that struck me as absolutely insane at the time, and my opinion hasn’t changed since then. An individual came up to me and said “I’m committed to (one of my competitors) on the first ballot but I think that you’re the right guy, so I’ll vote for you on the second ballot.” Does anyone not see the problem here? Is this how we should elect our leadership? Electing our leadership shouldn’t be like the national conventions. Shouldn’t we vote for the best-suited candidate on the first ballot? It’ll soon be time when those choosing to vie for OG will declare their candidacy and begin the campaign process. Each candidate will typically try to visit all of the Units and Clubs

and espouse their personal, work, Masonic & Shrine history, tell us that their Lady supports them, promise to do a good job if elected and ask for the support of those present. From my own experience, typically we thank them for coming and get on with the business of the Unit or Club. Since the successful candidate will become a member of the Temple Board of Directors, shouldn’t we take the opportunity to try to learn as much about each candidate as we can? Shouldn’t we have some challenging questions for them, or are we willing to elect someone just because he’s a good guy, close friend, or has a rich Masonic & Shrine history? Don’t we want to know that the person we are willing to vote for is capable of doing the job? In all fairness, most OG candidates can’t be expected to have a full grasp of the budget and business processes by which the Temple is run. The successful candidate gets to go to school as OG and AR, and serves on the Divan for four years before becoming Potentate to learn those things. We all, however, have an obligation to elect the individual best suited for the job. Shouldn’t we take the time to ask each of them about the issues facing the temple? Let’s start with revenue generation, membership

retention, and temple renovation, and how they believe that they can contribute to those? Shouldn’t we try to ascertain if they have some vision of how to implement their ideas over their Divan tenure? Perhaps through their answers we can learn something about them, and help us decide who is better qualified. Remember that they will be sharing responsibility with the rest of the Divan for managing your Temple. Make your vote count on the first ballot! Have a great summer, enjoy your vacations and come back safe. Val and I look forward to seeing you at the various functions and fundraisers. As always, please feel free to e-mail or call me. Yours in the Faith John Howe Chief Rabban

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Khedive Divan

Recorder’s Desk By Wayne Kelly

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obles all ~ it has been a busy time since the January 9th elections and YOUR Divan has hit the ground running. As a reminder, the Khedive Temple Rodeo is approaching fast and the Rodeo Committee, working with Nobles Joe Ramsey and Kenny Askew, are again trying to make this event a major Temple fundraiser. So Nobles, be a Rodeo Daddy and send the Rodeo tickets back with $30.00 or more. Or you keep the tickets and send the money in to support the Temple fundraiser. Noble don‘t forget your dues. We have approximately 260 Nobles who haven’t paid their dues for 2016. The Temple has to pay the per capita and hospital

Assistant Rabban

assessment regardless for Nobles who are on the rolls as of January 1st each year. Take a look in your wallet and if you haven‘t paid your dues, please do so. Remember we have to have a Temple before we can support our charity—the Shriner‘s Hospitals for Children. Come on out and support your Temple

hospitality during the Officail visits. In March Susan and I attended Assistant Rabban - School in Tampa. It was very interesting and great to share ideas with our counterparts. We have started the fund raising By Mike Coffman within our Clubs and Units. I hope that you will support these efforts of your fellow Nobles. Please remember your Temple Building Fund when dividing up your proceeds for your events. The Spring Ceremonial is just around the corner. It is incumbent on all of us to find new members so they we may continue the great work Shriners do for our Children and Hospitals. Again I want to thank you for the confidence that you have shown in me by electing me to Assistant Rabban and will continue to work for hard for Khedeve Temple. If I can be of help to any of you, please fill free to call or e-mail at any reeting Nobles, The first quarter time. of the year has gone by quickly. Yours in the Faith. The Divan hit the road running in Mike Coffman January and has not stopped yet. I Assistant Rabban want to thank all the Clubs for their

and enjoy the festivities. If you are a new Noble, or a Noble who doesn‘t belong to a Unit or Club, contact me and let me know and I‘ll introduce you to the Nobility. The Divan will also make you feel at home and you‘ll want to come back to all the Temple functions. If anyone would like to join a Unit or Club, call me (757-420-4510) and I‘ll break the ice for you plus give you all the details. Don’t forget our Spring Ceremonial on June 18th. You CAN ask a Master Mason to become a Shriner (and give him a petition). In closing, don‘t forget the Business Meetings May 19th, September 22th, and November 17th, 2016. Come on out and get all the news. For more information call the Recorder‘s Office at 420-4510. Es Selamu Aleikum, Wayne Kelly

POTENTATE’S BALL PHOTOS

Recorder Wayne Kelly & Cheryl

Asst. Rabban Mike Coffman & Susan

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High Priest & Prophet By Oscar Obsuna

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GENERAL MACARTHUR AWARD

obles, 3 months have come and gone with the Potentates Ball locally and out of town visitations, Official Visits, fund raisers for some Units and Clubs, and our first parade. This year is going by fast. As you all know, I am the Chairman of the 100 Million Dollar Club. The first quarter we enrolled 18 new members. 16 Nobles, Scooter Patrol and the Lady Hillbillies. Whether you sign up as a group or individual, your donation serves the same purpose, supporting our hospitals for children with special needs. You can be assured that your gift is going to the “Purist” philanthropies. What is the 100 Million Dollar Club? The Club was established in 1971. The Club got its name from its goal of adding 100 million dollars to the endowment fund by gifts or bequests of $100 dollars or more. This program was established with the goal of having 1. Johnny W. Avent 2. Arturo Bautista 3. Jonathan Beck 4. Willie Bradshaw 5. Troy Brown PP 6. Robert Cannon 7. Jim Canterbury PP 8. Robert Collins 9. S. Ray Connard

1,000,000 Shriners each contribute $100 dollars to the Shriners Hospital for children. We have never reached that goal. Our membership went down from a high around 950,000 in the years after World War II to approximately 720,000 members. Presently the Shriners International has 257,000 members. Membership should be our main goal to keep this Temple and the Shriners International growing. The Units and Clubs are the backbone of our membership program. They provide the vehicle by which the members can participate in the various functions and the programs of the Shrine. They are the ones that have the activities to both recruit and retain members. Each unit and club should have a membership goal, both for the Temple and the Unit. Each of us must be committed to both these efforts. Last year Illustrious Woody Brown started visiting Blue Lodges in our oasis as well as various civic organizations, including the Lions Club to showcase the important role of the fraternity. To support this effort, besides the “Go Getter Awards Program” which was established last year, we now have the “General MacArthur Award,” recognizing all of our nobles who has recruited 5 or more Nobles as first line signers. This is how it works. For every new Noble recruited as the first line signer, you will receive a star on your certificate. 5 Nobles recruited denotes 5 stars that will make you eligible to receive the GM award. Why the “General MacArthur Award” and how did it come to be? As you know General MacArthur was made a Mason in the Philippines at Manila Lodge #1, F. & A.M. and a member of the Nile

10. David Davis 11. Charles Downing 12. Charles Fraley PP 13. Bill Gray 14. Ray Hall PP 15. Kenneth Hardison 16. Bill Hoggard Sr. 17. K.M. Hogge 18. William E. Irving

19. Felix Isip Jr. 20. Woodrow James 21. Ralph Johnson 22. Richard Jones 23. Charles Lee PP 24. Arthur Martin 25. Thomas May 26. Steven McGowan 27. Robert Metz

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Temple in Washington State. While brainstorming with Illustrious Dick Wright, we connected the 5 stars to the General and he told me it was a good idea. So I pursued the idea and talked to the Director of the MacArthur Memorial and to the Director of the foundation and asked if Khedive could use the image and the name of the General. Both said it is a fitting award. I received an email from Mr. Chris Kolakowski, Director of the memorial on February 18, 2016, giving his full support. On March 9, 2016, the Executive Director of the MacArthur Foundation, Mr. William Davis, Colonel, USMC, Retired, sent me a letter giving his approval. To date we have 43 Nobles who are eligible to receive the award. Nobles will be recognized at our next Spring Ceremonial in June. (see list below). Top line signers as of February 25, 2016, active members to date as recognized by the Tampa Headquarters official membership record. 43 members with 5 or more signed 20 members with 4 signed 30 members with 3 signed 70 members with 2 signed 169 members with 1 signed I will send notifications to the 289 members above so that you can work on your “Go Getter Certificates” leading to the “General MacArthur Award.” Lets start looking for prospects for the Spring Ceremonial and be a “Go Getter”. Lets have strength in unity. Do you want to be a “Go Getter”? Here’s a book that will inspire you to be one - “The Go Getter” by Peter B. Kyne. Yours in the faith, Oscar Obsuna High Priest & Prophet

28. Don Meyer PP 29. T. Dudley Myers 30. Oscar Obsuna 31. Joe Ramsey 32. Randolph Rodgers 33. Walter Pope 34. Chuck Schwender 35. Ronnie Shank 36. Clifton Smith PP

37. Joseph Stocks 38. Charlie Taylor PP 39. Stormy Thorson 40. Edward Usita 41. Manuel Vergara 42. Granville White 43. Jerry Whitlock

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Khedive Divan

Oriental Guide

theme is Strength in Unity. He and the Divan have been visiting the Blue Lodges for Shrine Nights. He has quite a few visits left and if you have a free night, come out to help show our support for the Blue Lodges and the By Bill Hoggard Shrine. reetings Nobles. It has been a Nobles, it’s Parade Season and time busy four months. Starting with for Temple and Units fundraisers. Come Official Visits, Divan Meetings, Pote’s out to support and participate in these Ball, Four Temples, Century Club and events. One of the things I learned in Shrine Nights at Blue Lodges. They were OG School was “EXPOSURE.” Let people good times mostly because we got to see who and what we are. meet and talk with many Nobles. How I would like to thank everyone for your could I forget receiving my “Red Peanut support by being a Hi-Noble Booster. Bucket” from Suffolk Shrine Club. With your support we will be able to Then in March it was off to Tampa for We received information regarding continue to have an award winning Oriental Guide School for myself and Marketing, Corporate Sponsorship and Magazine. You can also place an ad for Lady Marion. They covered Leadership, Sports Media. Renaldo Wynn gave a your business and your Unit fundraiser. Membership, Team Work and Shrine motivational speech and a presentation I want to thank everyone for all you do Law. We also had the privilage of being on the East-West Game was given by for our Hospitals, our Kids and Khedive with Imperial Potentate Jerry Gant and Tom Reeves. John Flueckiger, Director Shrine Center and for the privilage Lady Lisa. We also met several other and Julius Luciano, Sales Manager of to serve as your Oriental Guide. Lady Imperial Officers and their Ladies, and the Corporate Sponsorship for the Marion and I look forward to seeing many great Nobles and their Ladies. Shrine Hospitals Children’s Open Golf everyone at our upcoming events. This was a very informative school for Tournament also gave a presentation. Yours in the Faith myself and Lady Marion. The OG School and the Sports Seminar Bill Hoggard I also attended the Sports Seminar were outstanding. Oriental Guide in Tampa at Imperial Headquarters. This year Ill Potentate Woody Brown’s

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Khedive Transportation & Happenings

Director of Transportation By Cliff Atkinson

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hank you for your continued support of the Roadrunners. The Shrine Nite with the Admirals was once again a success. The proceeds from this event are used each year to provide a picnic for our patients. This year the picnic will be on Saturday, June 4th. If you are free that day, come on out and spend some time with us. We would love to have you. We have had numerous comments from outside sources about how well our transportation program runs at Khedive Shrine. Cincinnati has commented about how easy we are to work with. Members of the Greenville Board have asked questions about how our program is organized. Patients who have used transportation from other Shrine Centers have commented on how great our drivers are. We don’t

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you want your donation to stay at the hospital you donated it to, you must mark it for a specific project at that hospital. I suggest that when making a donation to a specific hospital that you either contact the Transportation Office or one of our Hospital Board members to find out what projects need funding. Give us a day or two to track down the projects available. This is my tenth year as Director of Transportation. During that time, your continued support has been phenomenal. During this time I have tried to give you a report showing do transportation for accolades from where we are in terms of how much in others; we do it for the love of the donations we are receiving versus how children. But it sure is nice when we get much we are spending. I think we are them. having a good year if we break even. I’ve There are several things you need to also tried to keep you apprised of what remember when making a donation to is going on with our hospitals, drivers, one of our hospitals. They work on an and patients. The Transportation Office annual budget with the funding coming door is always open and the coffee pot is from Imperial. When they get a donation, on. We are always willing to talk about they log it in and get credit for it, and what is going on in Transportation. then forward it to Imperial (Tampa). If Isn’t it great to be a “Khedive Shriner!”

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am never sure what month the magazine will hit the streets so I am going to guess June. So what is happening in June? The Khedive Rodeo is happening that’s what. It will be held on June 10th and 11th and as always we will be calling on everyone for their help. Stand by committee heads for an e-mail indicating when our first planning meeting will be held. We have been getting better and better working this thing out so let`s keep the ball rolling. The Spring Ceremonial is up next on

June 17th and 18th. Nobles you would have to be blind to see our numbers are shrinking why not reverse the trend and sign up a couple of people? Nobles there are things happening all around you. Remember you can only get out what you put in. So let`s get to putting in. For more information on upcoming events please visit www. khediveshrine.org. I hope to see you at the next function. Strength in Unity, Joe Ramsey


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Hospital Trips Reports

Hospital Trips Report By Nancy Lane Travel Coordinator

SELF DRIVE Trips/Pts

AIRWING Trips/Pts

JANUARY

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MARCH

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VAN Trips/Pts

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_____I Have added a provision in my Will leaving a Bequest (of $100 or more) to the SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN Endowment Fund. _____I prefer to make a cash donation at this time (of $100 or more). Make your check payable to: SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN Signed ___________________________ Temple __________________________ Address__________________________ City_____________________________ State_______________ Zip__________ Please have the membership certificate read: __________________________________ __________________________________

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Hospital Reports

Greenville Hospital Report By Jody Dudley

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o my Shrine Family, Greetings from Greenville. We just had our Annual Board Meeting, with more than 300

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attendees Friday night and nearly 600 Saturday. There were patient stories, hospital tours and much celebration. Folks, this is an annual event, always on the second Saturday in March. I urge you all to come next year and enjoy in the fun and activities. We have just hired our eighth physician who will start in October. We have submitted the budget for 2017 and 2018 to add another operating room. We are very busy. One thing that is great to hear from the Staff in Greenville is how nice our drivers are and how well they interact with the families. This is priceless, and what it’s all about. There have also been comments about how neat and clean our vehicles are. People do notice these things. As we travel into the future, let’s not forget who we are and what we stand for. Thank you for all of your support, Jody R. Dudley Board of Governors-Greenville, SC P.S. Remember our obligation, our children

Philadelphia Hospital Report By Lon Weber

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he day I write this and the day you are reading my message, we can appreciate that during each of those days, somewhere there are at least 1,000 children being transported to one of our hospitals. We are included in that count as was my brother Lee Weber who is a Roadrunner for the Zor Temple, Madison, Wisconsin. Just last week he made a round trip of 680 miles to and from our Twin Cities Hospital in Minneapolis-St. Paul with an 11 year old Amish boy and his father, which had him returning home past 12:30 AM. This scenario is not unfamiliar for our Khedive Roadrunners and stands as yet another reminder of the daily sacrifices put

forward by our noble Nobles, some of whom are our brothers as well as Brothers. Our Shrine Hospitals provide service to our children and do so because of the service the hospitals receive from countless numbers of selfless contributors, like those of you who are reading this message Too often requests are made for service and too often inadequate thanks are returned. Let this represent a thanks from HOSPITAL to YOU.

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The Virginia Gazette February 3, 2016

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Khedive Calendar of Events

MAY 2016 SUNDAY 1

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2 Mini 18 Wheelers Horse Patrol Drum & Bugle

3 Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

4 Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

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10 Portsmouth Band, Corvettes Fire Brigade POTE CRUISE

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POTE CRUISE

9 Autos, Arab Patrol Scooters Franklin SC POTE CRUISE

POTE CRUISE

POTE CRUISE

POTE CRUISE

14 Roadrunners WILLIAMSBURG SC GOLF POTE CRUISE

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Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

Band Clowns Yacht Club

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

19 Tidewater SC Directors Staff Divan Meeting 4:30 PM TEMPLE BUSINESS MTG 6:30 PM

WILLIAMSBURG SC SPAGHETTI DINNER

Holland Parade

23 Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle Eastern Shore SC

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25 Legion of Honor Hillbillies Suffolk SC

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28 Pungo Strawberry Parade

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MOTOR CORPS SHRIMP FEAST 8

Mothers Day

29

Memorial Day

POTE CRUISE 13 Virginia Beach SC

Provost Guard

Band Motor Corps

7

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

POTE CRUISE 22

6

Memorial Day Parade

JUNE 2016 SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

1

2

Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

9

5 PROVOST FAMILY PICNIC

6 Mini 18 Wheelers Drum & Bugle Horse Patrol

7 Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

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12

13 Autos Arab Patrol Scooters, Franklin SC Drum & Bugle

14 Portsmouth SC Band, Corvettes Fire Brigade

15 Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers Divan Meeting 11 AM

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20 Drum & Bugle Camaros Chesapeake SC

21 Band Clowns Yacht Club

22 Legion of Honor Hillbillies Suffolk SC

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27 Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle Eastern Shore SC

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Band Motor Corps

Knights of Mecca

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Fathers Day 26 HILLBILLIES PICNIC

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Provost Guard

FRIDAY 3

COLOR GUARD PICNIC 10

11

KHEDIVE RODEO

KHEDIVE RODEO

17 SPRING CEREMONIAL OPEN HOUSE @6:30 PM

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Virginia Beach SC

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SATURDAY 4 ACCA SPRING CEREMONIAL

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JULY 2016 SUNDAY

3

MONDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 2

9

7

8

July 4th Parades

6 Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

IMPERIAL SESSION

IMPERIAL SESSION

IMPERIAL SESSION

IMPERIAL SESSION

Virginia Beach SC GRAND PRIESTESS LOH VISITS

11 Autos Arab Patrol Scooters Franklin SC

12 Portsmouth SC Band, Corvettes Yacht Club Fire Brigade

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Camaros Chesapeake SC

Band Clowns Yacht Club

20 Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

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Peninsula SC Eastern Shore SC

Band Motor Corps

10 LEGION OF HONOR BBQ 17

SATURDAY

1

5 Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

IMPERIAL SESSION TAMPA, FL

4 JULY 4TH

TUESDAY

16 TEMPLE FUNDRAISER

Provost Guard

Divan Meeting 11 AM 27 Legion of Honor Hillbillies Suffolk SC with SUDAN

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23 SCOOTER PATROL LUAU

Directors Staff JOINT MEETING WITH ACCA & TIDEWATER SC 28

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UNITS & CLUBS MEETING & ELECTION

AUGUST 2016 SUNDAY

MONDAY 1

DRUM & BUGLE PICNIC

14 CABIRI PICNIC YACHT CLUB POTE’S CRUISE 21

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THURSDAY

2 Band Motor Patrol Color Guard Beach Bum Brothers

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Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

8 Autos, Arab Patrol Scooters Franklin SC Drum & Bugle

9 Portsmouth Band, Corvettes Yacht Club Fire Brigade

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11

15 Camaros Eastern Shore SC Drum & Bugle Chesapeake SC

16 Band Clowns Yacht Club

17 Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers Divan Meeting 11 AM

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22 Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle Eeastern Shore SC

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25

Band Motor Corps

24 Legion of Honor Hillbillies Suffolk SC

29 Drum & Bugle

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31

Mini 18 Wheelers Horse Patrol

7

TUESDAY

Provost Guard

FRIDAY

SATURDAY 6 Cardboard Regatta

5

Cape Charles Parade 12 Virginia Beach SC YACHT CLUB POTE’S CRUISE

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19

20

Roadrunners YACHT CLUB POTE’S CRUISE

AUTOS CAR SHOW

Tidewater SC Directors Staff 26

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Khedive Units

Khedive Autos

Khedive Corvettes

By Secretary/Treasurer Skip Patnode

By Secretary Larry Wells

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nother parade season is now underway, led off by the Ocean View St. Patrick’s Day Parade where we had 11 cars and 2 riders on the street. Since our Ladies can now ride with us in community events, we also had 5 Ladies enjoying the pre parade breakfast and riding with us in the parade. After the parade we made a pilgrimage to Doumar’s for lunch and a little camaraderie. Our 25th annual car show/craft show/flea market is only 4 months away and we are working hard to make that another success. We meet on the second Monday of each month at the Temple. If you have an old car, special interest car or just enjoy old cars, you are invited to come on out and check us out. Social at 6:00 pm and meeting at 7:00 pm.

Corvettes St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Autos St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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ere we are in the second quarter of the year where does time go? The St. Patrick’s Day Parade was great, as it always is and we can’t wait for the next one! We are still in need of members and have cars available so anyone interested in our unit please give myself or any other member a call and we can set it up so you can come out and try one of these little cars out. If you have never driven one of these little cars trust me you will love it and there is nothing more wonderful than seeing the faces of the children, young of older, when they see you go by in one of these cars. You are more than welcome to come out to our meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 PM in our meeting room at the Temple. Come on by and say hello! Yours in the Faith, Larry Wells - Secretary Khedive Corvettes 757-277-3755 - WLDWells49@aol.com

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Khedive Clowns By Joe Ramsey

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ow! Did you see all the Clowns at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade? The numbers are going up so you boys must be doing something right. Kind of looking like the good old days. Did anyone notice the mystery Clown (tall Clown photo right) in attendance? That was none other than Illustrious Sir Chris “Shorty” Fratello Past Potentate 2015, Al Aska Temple in Anchorage, Alaska. Boy did he stand out in a crowd. He even stopped by the Easter Egg Hunt the next day to lend a hand. Sorry I could not be there fellows but I have a bum wheel I had to deal with. There are Parades up the yen yang on the schedule why not come on out and make a few. Don`t forget the Rodeo is coming up on June 10/11 and Harry “BoBo” Tew will be calling on you to help out in the blow up area. And last but certainly not least Clown BBQ. You know you want some and you know we have some. So now is as good a time as ever to give one of the Clown members a call so he can hook you up with a pound or two. Or you can just drop by the Temple and get up with the “go to guy” Leroy Lane and he will be more than willing to help you out. Last but certainly not least the Clowns are always looking for smiling faces so if you would like to experience firsthand what it is like to see a child`s face light up with delight stop by one of our meetings. They are held in the Clown room on the 3rd Tuesday of the month around 7ish. Hope to see you on the street. “Keep Smiling” Jingles

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Khedive Carts By Captain Elwood Paschal, P.P.

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his is the first article from the Khedive Carts. The St. Patrick’s Day Parade was our first parade ever. There were four of us on the street – Captain Elwood Paschal, P.P., who was accompanied by First Lieutenant Joe Register, P.P.; Paul Scott, our Secretary/Treasurer; Chuck Taylor, accompanied by his father, Charlie Taylor, P.P., Chuck’s wife Lady Michaela and daughter Lauren; and Les Aker, accompanied by Lady Debbie Lewis. It was a great day to make our debut!! Our second parade, the Daffodil Parade, was a disappointing rain-out! The Carts has been formed as a parade unit – a fun unit. We will not perform any competition or stand inspection. The only requirement is that you own a golf cart that can be safely operated on the street. The Carts meet on the first Monday of the month in the Khedive Motor Patrol / Khedive Carts room at 7:00 pm. Our meetings are open to everyone – hope to see you there! Elwood Paschal, P.P. Captain Khedive Carts

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Khedive Shrine Band By Secretary Kevin Gilbert

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ello once again to all Khedive nobles and their ladies. It hardly seems possible but three months have already come and gone in 2016. The Shrine Brass Band has had a busy and exciting start to the year. Members of the Brass Band have been practicing our new music as well as some of our cherished standards. We have a busy month or two coming up relative to performances. Since we last checked in we performed on our float in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade alongside the other units from Khedive Temple. We would like to thank Noble Gary Sherman, member of the Roadrunners and the Chesapeake Shrine club for driving our float in the parade. Although the weather

was cold and damp our lively numbers energized the band members and crowd along the parade route. We also had a performance earlier in the year at the Bay Lake Retirement & Assisted Living Community. We especially like playing venues like Bay Lake. The residents really enjoy our music and we enjoy their company.

The band members participated with the Drum and Bugle Corps in a “paper drive” held in March where we collected for the Shrine at the Sam’s Club on Virginia Beach Boulevard. A good time was had by all who participated and money as always goes to a good cause. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control we have had to cancel our Spring Swing Dance that was to be held at the Khedive Shrine Center on May 7th. The Brass Combo Band is gearing up to participate in the Norfolk NATO Day parade and we will be performing with the Notables at the Pungo Strawberry Festival May 28th and at the Ocean view series Big Bands on the Bay on June 19th. Please come out and see us. There is plenty of the room for dancing and the music will be great. If you have played an instrument in the past or just want to be a part of a growing unit, we are always looking for new members. We need a full time driver for the parades and can always use help with equipment and other things. We rehearse at the Shrine Activities Building Tuesday evenings. For more information, please give me a call at (757)339-1986 or Band Unit Director, Jeff Davis at (757) 813-1635. Es selamu aleikum, Kevin Gilbert Secretary, Khedive Band

Suffolk Shrine Club By President Hunter March

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ear Nobles, Things are great in Surprising Suffolk. We had a successful Fish fry in March. It was very nice to see all the Nobles from the Temple come way out to Suffolk to fellowship with us. Because of the support from our Club and other clubs and units in the Temple, we were able to have one the best fish fry’s we have had in a long time. Thank You.

On April 14th, we had an Oyster Roast Social. We were trying to use this as a recruiting tool to attract Blue Lodge members. A good time was had by all. We have been constantly working on our building. We had a work day and painted the interior. We have many necessary project lined up for the near future. Come on out and grab a paint brush. Come on out to our monthly meeting

on the Fourth Wednesday of the Month @6:00 Pm Social and 7:00 Dinner. Yours in Faith, Hunter March SECOND QTR 2016


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Directors Staff By Director Watt Perley

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n 10 March 2016 at the invitation of Illustrious Sir Woody Brown, I attended my second Century Club Luncheon. The Century Club membership, with number 1 on the list dates from 1944 to number 100 on the list in 2016. The most senior member in attendance was James Evans, number 8, from 1948. These are the 100 most senior members of Khedive Temple in regards to length of service. There were 19 Century Club members in attendance, members of the Divan, and a select few Past Potentates, this is a fun time, with the fellowship and stories of the past 50 years, and a great lunch (photos).

The Potentate welcomed all in attendance, and recognized each Century Club member, and asked each to reflect on their 50 plus years as a member of Khedive Temple. Richard “Dick“ Wright, P.P., number 86 told of his first night in May 1962 as a member of the Directors Staff, when he had to climb up a ladder to get in the rear stage door to the old Shrine Temple, to become a Staff member, for the next 50 plus years. He also noted that the Staff is the only Unit or Club with two Life Members, and members of the Century Club, Richard Wright, P.P. and Watt Perley number 83. Henry “Hank“ Foiles, number 91, told how he played in the first Oyster Bowl game for Granby High School, a game Granby won. He said he saw all those “Old Men“ with funny Red Hats, who were working to support Shrine Hospitals for Children, and he knew that it was something he would like to do. Now a Master Mason and a

Shriner, and former Big League Baseball Player he told us how it changed his life. He then asked us to think about the changes that have taken place in our schools in the past few years, the removal of School Prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. He asked us to ponder this when we vote in November. Thank you Hank. Now for all the “Motor Heads,” congratulations to a second generation Staff member Robert L. “Bob” Parrish who has just become the President of the Antique Automobile Club of America, a national organization with 375 chapters and about 60,000 members, with about 300 in the Tidewater chapter, for the year 2016. Good Luck Bob and Dot, “ See the U.S.A. in your Chevrolet.” After the luncheon I had the opportunity to talk to our Chief Rabban John Howe, about the future membership, dues and the changes our Temple has endured in the past few years. The Temple has lost 279 Nobles in the year 2015. Where do we go from here, with under 2000 Nobles, how can we recruit our brother Masons, in these uncertain times and what can we offer them to make them want to become a Shriner in Khedive Temple. May God Bless our Shrine Temple and our Directors Staff.

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Chesapeake Shrine Club By Secretary Joe Ramsey

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ell the 2016 Oyster Roast is in the history books. Almost 2,100 people came through the gates not including the workers who were already inside the gate. I would like to send a special Club “shout out” to everyone who bought tickets, sold tickets or worked the event. We could not have made it happen without you. I personally would like to thank Bill Lauterbach and Randy Murphy who took care of business in my absence. I also want to thank everyone who attended the Hampton Roads Show for my special message. I have had good days and bad and that really brighten my day. And Randy the baked potatoes were great as well. Speaking about the Oyster Roast our very own “Chairman Emeritus” Eddie Hodges is currently rehabbing from heart by-pass surgery. Please keep Betty and Eddie and the family in your prayers as they work through this long healing process. Moving right along the Khedive Rodeo this year is on June 10th and 11th. The Club will once again be manning the concession tent. We generally have a good crowd of people assisting us I hope this year will be the same. July at the Club is Father/Son/Daughter night so grab your special little ones or as the case may be grown ones and come on out and join us. President Dave is still searching for the secret ingredient to get our monthly attendance back up. Do you have any ideas? If so please let us know. Every night is “Bring a friend night” at the Club. Remember your Lodge needs Masons and your Temple needs candidates have you signed anyone up lately? Chesapeake Shrine Club 3rd Monday of the month, social starts at 6:00 and the meal is a 7:00. We will leave the light on for you. Yours in the Faith, Joe Ramsey

Taking Care of Business at Oyster Roast - Left to Right: Bill Lauterbach, Eddie Hodges and Ill. Sir Randy Murphy, PP

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Color Guard By Secretary/Treasurer Pat Garrison Greetings from the “Number One Unit” of the Khedive Shrine! Congratulations to Chris Dell who back in December, took over as the 2016 Captain of the Khedive Color Guard. Of course, he then decided to go out in February and get in a motorcycle accident! Captain Chris is OK but did suffer a fractured ankle in the accident. He was very disappointed that he was unable to march in the St. Patrick’s Day parade with his unit however, thanks to the Khedive Clowns, he did proudly put on his uniform and ride the route in a golf cart in true Color Guard fashion!

St. Patrick’s Day parade - front is First Lieutenant Jason Rippard with L to R being PC Gary Smith, Pat Garrison, PC Ken Conley, and PC Tony Woods.

The Color Guard would like to take this opportunity to reach out to our fellow units in hopes that we may be able to raise some money by cooking or helping with some of their events/fundraisers. As many of you know, many of our members are involved in the kitchen supporting the Chesapeake Shrine Club throughout the year and would love to provide support for you. If you are interested in discussing the possibilities with the Color Guard, please contact either Captain Chris Dell at 757-401-5961 or member Pat Garrison at pgarrison@cox.net or 757-724-1406. The Color Guard is a very small unit and we are always looking for new members. As the “Number One Unit,” we are the first members of the Khedive Shrine that take the street and the first unit representing this great Temple! We provide our members with their uniform and our dues are currently only $10.00 a year! Fellow Nobles or our Masonic Brethren that would like to help or some additional information please let us know. We meet the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM (doors open by 6:30 PM) in our meeting room

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Captain Chris Dell riding with Clown Unit In St. Patrick’s Day Parade - He Was Unable to March Due to Fractured Foot.

at the Temple. Active or former military members as well as Nobles that can simply march/walk in count are more than welcome!! We have many flags that to be honest, haven’t been on the street in years and we want to get them back out there. Again – please consider helping the Khedive Shrine Color Guard march proudly! Speaking of new members – welcome to our latest Color Guard member – noble Chris Barnette! Chris comes to us from South Norfolk Lodge #339 where he is the Senior Warden. Thanks for joining us Chris and welcome aboard! Last but not least – we would be remiss if we did not congratulate our 2015 Past Captain Ken Conley and the members of the Color Guard on a fantastic year. In 2015 the Color Guard brought home trophies in both MASA (2nd Place) and SASA (3rd Place). Great job and we hope to do more of the same this year in support of Captain Chris. Please come and join us!! Fraternally, Pat Garrison - 757-724-1406 - pgarrison@cox.net

Officer Installation photo of Past Captains of the Color Guard. From L to R, in the front row is: Greg Taylor, Mike Harrell, and Paul Davis. Back rows: Tony Woods, Wayne Fager, David Davis, Eric Williams, Ken Conley, Gary Smith, Freddie Gardner, and Gary O’Brien.


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Drum & Bugle Corps By Assistant Director Richard Quintilone

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he Ocean View St. Patrick’s Day was a joyful success, with over two dozen strong. We proudly represented The Beat of Khedive. Our Energy wowed them at the Columbia Hall, VFW, & Democratic Society Club. It was a great time for everyone and we got the Shrine message out. The festivities were highlighted by the Nobles celebrating the wearing of the green literally with “Green Beards, Mustaches and Green hair.” Richard rolled with happiness behind Jack & Jimmy’s direction.

Drum & Bugle Corps in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Our Annual Khedive Drum & Bugle Corps Paper Crusade is traditionally held on Easter Weekend. This is the second busiest retail weekend, surpassed only by the Christmas retail shopping period. We meet the public to address our philanthropy for the Shiners’ Hospitals and Transportation Fund. With fantastic weather we exceeded our goals. We teamed with the Khedive Band, and comprised to get the message out: “Together in Unity!” The D & B annual Fish Fry was well-attended event that showcases our cooking talents that include: Franks Beans & Slaw, Clam Chowder, Hushpuppies, hot dogs, highlighted with Jacks & the Motor Corps’ Fried Fish. We were thankful for the services of the Churchland Jobs Daughters. The Combined Corps members and invited guest, “Jammed together” for outstanding patriotic and family tunes. The Ladies of the Drum & Bugle Corps put out an amazing desert table. We were entertained by the Footers’ auctioneer. All in all a great day was had by everyone at the Khedive Shrine Center. Sunday, April 2, 2017 is our next Fish Fry. Monday, May 2nd is the annual Drum & Bugle/18 Wheeler Golf tournament. The Ocean View Golf Course provides great refreshments and fellowship.

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The Holland Parade is quickly approaching; this is a short but happy parade. June 10th & 11th is the Khedive Rodeo, we will be playing the National Anthem with combined Bands. The Spring Ceremonial is June 17th & 18th, invite a new member. We will have special Meet-Eat-Greet-Drink-room to demonstrate the advantages of joining the Drum & Bugle Corps. Our Ladies of the Drum Corps should be recognized for their special project. For many-many, years they have cut and sewn colorful pillow cases with new pillows to donate to our hospital children. Our Roadrunners transported dozens of bags of pillows to Greenville. Previously they crafted Teddy Bears and Colorful Slippers. Please keep our Shrine children, sick and distressed in your thoughts and prayers. Remember to give thanks to the men and women protecting our country, past and present. Please pray to protect those in harm’s way. May your families be blessed with God’s graces. Take a moment to contact a Noble, bring him back to the Temple. We would like to invite all Nobles to come out and join the Drum & Bugle corps on Mondays, 6:30 PM. “We Are The Beat Of Khedive.”

CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB “Dedicated to Helping Orthopedic Children”

Social 6:00 PM

Dinner 7:00 PM

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Camaros By Captain Kyle Strickland

Camaros St. Patrick’s Day Photos

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reeting Nobles, We in the Camaro unit are excited for what the remainder of the year has in store. Parade season is already off to a bang and we are eager to continue supporting our Temple. We have many exciting activities upcoming. In addition to participating in the planned parades this year we are planning a paper drive in early June, a unit cookout (where all friends and those interested in the unit are welcomed), and a fundraiser sometime this summer.

Our competition chairman, Lt. John Conroy, is already preparing for competition at MASA and SASA. We hope to add a few new maneuvers and bring home some trophies. We also look forward to continuing to support our Potentate, Ill. Sir Woody Brown and our outstanding Divan. The future of Khedive Temple is in great hands for years to come. We will continue to exemplify “Strength in Unity” and support our Symbolic Lodges and Appendant Bodies, while promoting the Shrine. After another outstanding Oyster Roast, it reminds me of the fun and fellowship we can have, all while support an outstanding cause like our Shriner’s Children Hospitals. Remember

to support your Temple as often as you can. Especially with upcoming fun events like the Rodeo, we hope to see everyone there! We are always interested in new members to our unit, and encourage anyone interested to stop by the unit room on the third Monday of every month. Promote the Shrine to your Masonic friends and family. Our Spring Ceremonial is coming up quickly on June 18, with the open house the night before. Let’s get some new Shriners in our great Fraternity and hopefully welcome back some that haven’t been active lately. Es Salam Alaikum, Kyle W. Strickland Captain

Knights of Mecca By Secretary/Treasurer Ed Meise

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he Knights of Mecca held their spring meeting in March at the Black Pelican Resturant in Greenbriar Mall.. It was the official visit of the Potentate and his Divan. A good time was had by all. President Eddie Contada welcomed all and took care of some business before dinner. One point of interest was voting on three new members, who paid by cash, and where immediately accepted. Cash is good. The new members are Wor Walter “Dink” Pope, Wor John D Brown, and Wor. Richard Smith. A vote was taken to again support the Golf Classic, the Rodeo, and the Seafood Fest. We are working for a good year in support of our Potentate,

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Ill Sir Woody Brown. The Pote gave an interesting report and updated his calendar for the next few months. To all who are Past Masters and are members of the shrine, this club is for you. Call the secretary at 635-2927 or email him at edmeise@verizon.net for information. Just as I was writing this column for the Hi Noble, I was informed of the passing of a member of our club, Wor and PDDGM Winton Ward, who now rests in the Celestrial Lodge above. Wor Winton was 89 years young, and for many years an active member of the club. He will be missed. Our prayers are for his family Ed Meise Secretary


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Fire Brigade By Past Chaplain and Chief Rob Allen

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reetings Nobles! Spring has sprung and we’re off and running! We do wonderful things for those who need it; being a Philanthropist is a Noble thing. But it is easy to lose focus on the overall mission when we’ve departed from our Brothers. It’s all too easy to grow complacent, particularly after years of traversing offices and ultimately, holding the Chief’s gavel. After we’ve reached our pinnacle, human nature tends to look for the “next thing” or rest on the old cliché’, “Been there, done that.” Well, Brother Nobles, I’m here to tell you that it is really just the beginning of a journey. Once we master our skills, we owe it to each other, more especially up and coming Nobles to mentor and lead. If we don’t, we’re squandering our knowledge the opportunities to fellowship with our Brothers. We must all reinvigorate ourselves and remind each other why we became Shriners in the first place; it all starts with being PRESENT in the moment. If you’ve been on the sidelines or off of the field entirely, know that you are missed. So, come on out to some meetings if it’s been a while, enjoy dinner and fun times afterward. We are so looking forward to seeing you all again. A lot of good times are yet to come but it’s up to each and every one of us. Be counted, be heard - be present!

“Do more than belong: participate. Do more than care: help. Do more than believe: practice. Do more than be fair: be kind. Do more than forgive: forget. Do more than dream: work.” -William Arthur Ward We have some great events coming up come on out so keep your eyes peeled for Bob’s updates and the Khedive calendar of events! 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!! Contact Us: Secretary- Robert P. Travis, Jr. (Bob) (H) 426-6134 (Cell) 560-9746 fire4bills@cox.net Chief - Josh Ramsey Joshua.Ramsey@hii-nns.com

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Virginia Beach Shrine Club By President Scott Slocum

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reetings one and all, winter has come and gone and so has the first quarter and it was a busy one. Most everyone is aware of the Virginia Beach Shrine Club’s new address, Virginia Beach National Golf Club on Princess Anne Road. So far the reviews have been a resounding success. Not to say we don’t have a few wrinkles to iron out but we are well on our way. In February our Potentate Ills Sir Woody Brown stopped by for his official visit. Approximately 80 people were in attendance that night and it was just

about standing room only. A group somewhat larger than expected but we made it through the night and had a nice evening We are still on the hunt for a secretary. If you or someone you know is interested in this position please contact myself, Nominating Chairman Bill Keating or any officer for more information. That’s about all for now, remember to come out and support your club. Like I said before “it’s not has much fun if you’re not there”! YITF, Scott Slocum SECOND QTR 2016


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Motor Corps reeting Nobles - On February 20th Motor Corps once again performed death defying maneuvers with our superior driving skills on the ice during the Shrine Night with the Admirals fundraiser. What a great night, something we look forward to all year. Many thanks for a great turn out and to the Admirals for a great night.

excellent, and the entertainment kept the party going. Just like to thank Ill. Sir Woody Brown and everyone involved for making this a night to remember. Motor Corps once again participated in our Parade opener, The St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Ocean View. What a great day and with the large and sometimes overly enthusiastic crowds this is the super bowl of our parades. We would all like to thank Ill. Sir Bill Kern for again opening his home to us and providing us with an outstanding breakfast for the parade, always a good time.

I would be remiss if I did mention what a great time we all had at the Potentate’s Ball in February. I have to say it was one of the best to date, it was well planned out, the food was

The Chesapeake Shrine Club’s Oyster Roast was again a huge success this year, possibly the best event of the year. We would like to thank CSC for allowing us to promote our Shrimp

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Hats off to Ike Enriquez,Virgil Calderon and Basilio Cachaper for doing the Hors d’oeuvres for the Potentates Ball. It was an excellent job. Also Kudo’s for Ike Enriques, Virgil Calderon, Fred Veraque, Basilio Cachaper and Edward Usita for their participation in the Chesapeake Shrine Club Oyster Roast. These guys are always involved in these events. The Scooter Patrol Golf Tournament has been postponed - to be announced new date. It is expected that our neighbors from AGILA Shrine Temple in the Philippines will be in Tampa and the Scooter Patrol will endeavor to greet them and entertain them as they are Honorary members of the Scooter Patrol and we look forward to doing just that. Jack Price Captain

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he Scooter Patrol participated n the St. Patricks day parade and was well represented by Scooter members. The parade seems to get longer every year. We were ready with anticipation for the Daffodil parade but alas it was cancelled due to bad weather. Our next endeavor is the NATO parade coming up on 23 April in Norfolk and we are looking forward to it. NATO is a fast parade and the best parade of the year and it allows the Scooter members to open up their scooters to a fast speed. Our biggest project is getting ready for Tampa and the nighttime parade on the 4th.

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Feast during the event. This helps us get the ball rolling by getting the word out about our event to so many people, again thanks for your help. The first weekend in April the Motor Corps ladies headed to Nag Head for a girls only weekend of shopping, fine dining and getting away from us. I’m told everyone had a great time this year and they are looking forward to next year. Many thanks to Lady Judy Smith for making all the arrangements for the weekend. Motor Corps is a motorized unit with a NASCAR theme that is always looking for new active members. If you are looking for an active, fun and tight nit unit we are the unit for you. So come check us out, we meet the 4th Tuesday of the month, 6pm social, 7pm dinner and bring you wife, ladies go to diner at 6:30 while we meet. Well that all for now, look forward to seeing everyone on the streets. Yours In The Faith, Ernie Ayers PC Motor Corps

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Golf Club By Johnnie Chandler, Jr.

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reetings again from The Khedive Shrine Golf Club. Back when the club was planning our 2016 golf season, we sent out 173 letters to our last year members (Shriners & Guest Members) and guess what, just about all of last year’s members have rejoin and paid their dues for the 2016 season. Several of the last year’s members dropped out and these openings were filled with last year (2015) prospective members that were on the last year’s waiting list. The Khedive Shrine Golf Club is still taking prospective applications, but remember we have to fill any opening first with Shriners and then with guest members as we get openings. We played our first outing on March 15, 2016 at the Cahoon Plantation Golf Course and the Illustrious Potentate, Woody Brown was there to greet and thank all the members for their support and donations helping our Kids and the Khedive Transportation Fund. We had over 120 players signed up to play the first outing this year, but it rained the day before our outing and we were playing cart path only that day. Normally we would lose approximately 35 to 40 percent of the players when it is cart path only, but we still put 114 players on the golf course that day, which made the Pro at Cahoon Plantation very pleased. This 2016 golf season has started out being a very wet and unusual. The first 3 outing the golf courses were wet and the fourth outing at Kempville Greens was canceled due to rain, snow, 40 mile winds and low 40 degree temperature. We had over 110 player signed up to play that morning, but

due to the weather conditions only three cold hearted teams decided they were going to play any way. These guys are what we call cold weather golfers or some might just called them crazy. These three teams must enjoy golf that much, but I think they don’t want to go home or they can’t go home because it is the wife’s day without the husband. Until the next Hi-Noble issue, hit them straight, keeping them in the fairway, putt- true and mostly enjoy the fellowship we have with Khedive Shrine Golf Club. Note: Duffer’s Dictionary of Advice: As defined by the rules of golf, “any counsel or suggestion made by one golfer to another about the choice of club, method of play or means of executing a shot, which contains no more than five errors of fact, contradictory statements or harmful recommendations. Six or more such pieces of misinformation or misinstruction shall constitute a formal golf lesson.” Khedive’s Potentate and the Temple wants to give a Big Thanks to all its members (Shriners and Guest Members), the different organizations and businesses for supporting and making donations to the Khedive Shrine Transportation Fund supporting the 22 Shriner Hospitals for Children. Yours in the Faith, Khedive Shrine Golf Club Johnnie Chandler Jr.

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hile in Port, I’ll find time to write to ya’s and update you on Swashbuckler doin’s. Other than Pirate’n and Pillagin’, we’re doing a mighty fine job of having fun. Having fun and raising money for or Shriner Kids is what it’s all about and we’re very proud in doing just that. We sailed in the Parade season opener, The O.V. St. Pat’s Day Parade. What a blast!!! I believe that was the most attended parade ever. Take note of the picture right. That’s Swashbuckler Smitty with one of our Shriner Kids Gabi. Gabi, along with her Mother and Sister had the time of their lives sailing aboard The Bounty of Hope (our Ship). We’re gearing up for some Shipwrecks. If you’re wondering what a Shipwreck is, that’s our name for Pirate Parties. Thank You Lady Pirate Wendy and Swashbuckler Jo for hosting our 1st Shipwreck of the

year. The Buckler’s are steady planning for our 5th Ever Pig Pickin’. This Fundraiser will take place September 24th, 2016 2-5pm. See the flyers posted all over the Temple walls. The Swashbucklers meet the 3rd Wednesday of each month. We socialize from 6-7pm. C’mon out and visit. I hear cannon fire!!! Gotta go!! Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!! SECOND QTR 2016


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Hillbillies By Asst. Director Scott Slocum

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reeting from the Shack, Spring has sprung and so have the Hillibillies. To get an early start we held our first ever Hillbillie flap-jack breakfast on the morning of the Potentate’s Ball at Applebee’s on Kempsville Road. The breakfast was so well received it will be an annual event set on the morning of the Potentate’s Ball. But hold on, there’s more, another flap-jack breakfast is being planned for this summer. If all goes well this too will become an annual event. With the Pote’s Ball and flap-jacks aside, we headed into March and the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The unit pulled Rocky Top, the band bus, Charlie, and the Caddy out of mothballs, dusted “em” off and away we went. Unfortunately the Caddy had other plans and watched the parade from the sidelines. Our ladies didn’t watch the parade from

the sidelines. They hopped on board and paraded with the guys and a lot of fun they had. Don’t know what they enjoyed more, the parade or all the jello shooters they collected. Following the parade we had a good old fashioned Hillbillie corn beef and cabbage dinner prepared by world renowned chef extraordinaire David Swoop. The Shack was packed that night and I don’t think a morsel was left behind. A big Hillbillie thank you also goes out to all y’all lovely ladies that contributed to making this event memorable. However, I think everyone thought the Amish potato salad was the best, it was my potato salad and I’m typing this article, so a little room if you please Dave! On March 23rd the Hillibillies hosted Potentate Ills Sir Woody Brown for his official visit along with the Divan. This proved to be a very informative meeting and looks like Khedive is moving forward with some great leadership. Until next time brethren, Assistant Director Scott Slocum

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reetings from the Khedive Motor Patrol. It is that time of the year when things start to happen around the Shrine Center with parades, unit fundraisers, and other events. Remember to support your Temple, units and clubs. In January several of our members took a road trip to Sunbury N.C., in the snow I might add, to visit our member Vernon Rice who is under the weather. We had a good visit and hope to see him soon. Take care Vernon! The Patrol would like to congratulate Ill. Sir Woody Brown on a successful Potentates Ball. The members who attended had a great time with fun, good food and fellowship.

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It is sad to report that the Khedive Horse Patrol has disbanded after 38 years. They will be missed. The Motor Patrol welcomes our new roommates, the Khedive Carts and wish them the best. A special thanks to the members who helped with the long overdue renovation of our unit room. Because of their hard work and donations it turned out great. Come by and check it out at the Khedive Spring Open House June 17th.

Hillbillies St. Patrick’s Day Parade The Motor Patrol participated in the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Ocean View March 19th. It is by far one of the best parades we do all year. Our friends from Acca Shrine Motor Patrol in Richmond joined us. It was very impressive to have fifteen white Harleys on the street. They had a good time and plan to come back next year. Our competition team has started practicing for the MASA and SASA conventions. We are also in the early planning stages for the Imperial session in Daytona Beach Florida next year. The Motor Patrol Meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. in our unit room. If you own a Harley Davidson motorcycle and looking to join a great unit, come by and visit us. We are always looking for new members. Fraternally, Captain Roger Hartman


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s always, the Second Quarter was a busy time for the Legion of Honor. During our first business meeting in January, CDR John Jones had the pleasure to install our three newest members, Noble Herbert Hearst, Harold Campbell, and J.J. Willis. Also, 1st Vice CDR Greg Gustafson started a monthly program about what happened on this day in the military for each branch of the service. On February 20th we presented the colors for the Shrine Night with the Admirals. Colors were presented by SASA Adj./PC/Ill. Pete Gordon, PC R.G. Brown, PC Jack Laursen, 1st Vice CDR Greg Gustafson, and photo by CDR John Jones. On March 6th the LOH had there annual BBQ, with entertainment provided by the Khedive Hill Billy Band and the Suffolk Peanut City Cloggers. We had a great turnout from the Legion and special thanks to their Ladies for selling the 50/50 and desert table: Judith Ewell, Barbara Holden, Guida Whisner, Betsy Golden, Betty Cunningham, Jean Ervin, Sue Darden, Helen Lee, Harriet Garland, Erlinda Dela Cruz, Violy Obsuna, Nancy Pennybacker, and LaVerne Kingsley. From the LOH CDR John Jones, 1st Vice CDR Greg Gustafson, 2nd Vice CDR Dave Conner, PC R.G. Brown, LN John Glauner, LN Jack Kingsley, PC Forrest Garland, PC Pete Gordon, PC Paul

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Pennybacker, LN Dave Cunnigham, PC Bill Ervin, LN Herb Hurst, LN Harold Campbell, PC Ron Lee, LN Ted Dela Cruz, High Priest & Prophet Oscar Obsuna. Special thanks go to Willie Vitug from Victory Daylight Lodge and Scooter Patrol for his help in the kitchen and PC Herb Troupe, LN Dave Cunningham, and LN Phil Fulger each sold over $100.00’s worth of tickets. On March 19th we participated in the 49th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Ocean View. Participating in the parade were CDR John Jones, 2nd Vice CDR Dave Connors, PC Forrest Garland, PC Ron Lee, PC R.G. Brown, PC Paul Pennybacker, PC Don Super, and PC Jack Laursen. On March 24th we installed our fourth new member this month Noble Willmont Griffin. Khedive High Noble Booster Program LOH Manager PC Milt Midgette wants to thank all LOH Nobles that signed up for the 2016 High Noble Booster Program. This was his fifth year at running the program. Also, a Happy Birthday goes out to Milt for his 96th. We are always looking for new members. The LOH meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month in our Unit Room at the Khedive Temple. Social starts at 6:00 PM and meeting at 7:30 PM. Yours in the Faith, Forrest Garland “IT IS INDEED AN HONOR TO BELONG TO THE LEGION OF HONOR”

LOH Officers for 2016 - F.O./PC Don Super, 1st Vice CDR Greg Gustafson, CDR Jones , 2nd Vice CDR David Conner and IALOH Adj. Emeritus/Adj Ron Lee

Shrine Night with the Admirals - PC Ill. Pete Gordon PC, R.G. Brown 1st Vice CDR, Greg Gustafson PC and Jack Laursen

BBQ -Pote Woody Brown & Lady Terry, Assistant Rabban John Howe & Lady Valerie, Gustafson CDR Jones and 2nd Vice CDR David

CDR John Jones, 2nd V CDR Connor, Adj Ron Lee and Newest Member Willmont Griffin

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Three New Members - Herbert Hearst, CDR John Jones, J.J. Willis, and Harold H. Campbell

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Mini 18 Wheelers By Noble Mike Johansen

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ur unit wishes to thank you for your participation in the numerous events and worthy causes supported by the Khedive Temple. Please, if you are friends with other Master Masons, invite them to further enjoy Freemasonry by joining our Temple. Our order is in need of new members if we are to continue our efforts to support Shrine charitable activities. Our year has started out with members socializing with our fraternal brothers and sisters sharing in the Khedive Temple’s festivities. Included was the Potentate’s Ball and reception with the Divan and Illustrious Woody Brown and Lady Terry, Shrine night with the Admirals, Simonsdale Dance, and Chesapeake Shrine Clubs Oyster Roast. The initial highlight of the 2016 parade season kicked off with ”The Saint Patrick’s Day Parade” in Ocean View on March 19th with an impressive decorated convoy of our members mini rigs. We look forward to taking part in the upcoming Gloucester Daffodil Parade, The NATO parade, the Holland Parade and the Strawberry Festival Parade. We are moving forward on our concentrated effort improve our golf tournament scheduled on May 2nd. Again it will be held at the Ocean View Golf Course in Norfolk. Florida best ball, four person teams, sixty dollar entry fee per person. We are still looking for “Hole Sponsors” starting at $50 per hole. We are also looking forward to our units’ participation in the Khedive Rodeo June 10th & 11th.

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As always we have space for a few new members to add to our fleet of truckers. We invite you to drop on by “The Truck Stop” meeting room. We gather together on the first Monday of each month at seven o’clock in the Chesapeake Khedive Shrine Temple.

o N D ot Forget e W e s e Th The deepest sympathy of the Illustrious Potentate, Divan and Nobles of the Khedive Shrine is extended to the family and friends.

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ARNOLD E. LEWIS, JR. 2/8

LARRY W. JENKINS 3/25

HIRAM E. PERKINSON, JR. 2/27

JOHN E. SUMNER 3/29

DOUGLAS H. JONES 3/5

WINTON R. WARD 3/31

WILLARD C. MEIGGS, JR. 3/9

EUGENE F. LOVITT, SR 4/3

JOSEPH J. TRUHLAR 3/15

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Provost Guard By Captain Wesley King

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he first quarter is complete under the leadership of Illustrious Woody and his Divan It has been with great success and we look forward to continued success. The Theme for the year “Strength thru Unity” will with the many visits planned to the Blue Lodges expand the cooperation and understanding between the Temple and the Lodges. These visits hopefully will encourage growth in membership. It is with heavy hearts that we must honor and recognize the passing of Past Captain Winton Ward (1995). Captain Ward served the Guard for many years in numerous appointments and received Provost of the year in 1997 and was a life member. Captain Ward continued as Chairman of the Bylaws committee for many years because of his fair and level evaluation of issues brought before the committee. Captain Ward was a Gentleman’s Gentleman and will be sorely missed.

PROVOST WELCOMES new member John Brown and his lady. John has come on board ready and willing to be an active part of the Guard as evidenced by his participation in the St Patrick day parade and the Chesapeake Oyster roast. Welcome John. Provost participated in the Saint Patrick Day Parade with all of the glitz and glamour of a local Mardi Gras. A great time was had by all from breakfast to the refreshment tent at the end. It was the first time Our Ladies were invited to ride in the parade and several accepted the invite and truly enjoyed the event and opportunity. Hopefully this will become an annual opportunity. The Spring BBQ fund raiser was a great success thanks to all of the nobility who came out and supported the Provost in this endeavor. French fries by our Fry Masters Butch Casper and Roy McKinney were again consumed with enthusiasm as 100 lbs of spuds were fried to perfection. They were assisted by Mike Cannon. Allan Cannon, Jay White and Gwinn Dunbar provided a great breakfast for the workers. As Captain I personally thank all members who assisted beginning with the grinding of fresh BBQ on Thursday to final cleanup Sunday.

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Thanks to all the ladies for again providing a fabulous dessert table. Thought for life: Live your life so that when someone speaks poorly of you those hearing it will not believe it. We are always looking for a few good men, come join us, we meet the 2nd Wednesday, of each month at the Temple. Social is at 6:30 PM. Captain Wesley King

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Peninsula Shrine Club By President Bruce Edwards

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obles, Welcome to Spring! As they say, in the Spring an old man’s fancy turns to, tuning up the lawn mower, planting their gardens, swinging a golf club or firing up the barbeque for a cookout. And a young man’s fancy turns to …...... well I hope you are not too old to fill in the blank. Anyway Nobles, may this Spring find each of you and your loved ones in good health and looking forward to the Summer months. This year has moved very fast for most of us. To briefly recap, in January Noble Jerry Burks, of Burks Accounting, Bookeeping and Tax Service made a timely presentation about changes in the tax regulation. In February we were honored to have our Potentate, Illustrious Woody Brown and the Divan make their offical visit to our Club. They discussed the Potentate’s theme of “Strenth in Unity.” During our March meeting, Worshipful Brian Croteau made an informative presentation on Masons that fought at the Battle of Yorktown. Our April meeting was our Annual Ladies night with a special dinner and a sweet treat to honor their support of the Club. Mr. Robert Miller and his son presented a moving program about their experience at one of our Shriner Hospitals. I hope each of you have enjoyed our meetings this year. For those members that have not been with us, I encourage you to attend. As you can see we have informative programs and it is a good opportunity to get reaquainted with your brothers. We meet the 4th Monday of each month at Steve’s Steak House, 11847 Jefferson Ave., Newport News. Social at 6:00 p.m.; dinner at 6:30 p.m. As part of Illustrious Woody Brown’s theme for “Strength in Unity,” he is asking each of us to visit our Blue Lodges, rekindle friendships and make our Lodge members aware of what Shrinedom is all about, including our

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Transportation Program and the 22 Shriner Hosipitals that we work to support. Nobles, membership is the key to all our our Masonic organizations. Don’t be shy about being a proud Shriner. Mention to a friend or neighbor about the good work we do. Tell them about a Shrinner Hospital story you may know, or ask, did you see the moving TV commercial about one of our Shrinner Kids? And last, but not least, occasionally boast about what Masons and Shriners are all about. Nobles this success story continues through our dedication and hard work. As fund raisers for 2016 the PSC will once again team with the Tidewater Shrine Club and continue with our Vidalia Onion Sales. For the last two years this fund raiser has proven to be a very successful project. Last year we sold 200 10 pound bags of onions and hope to sell at least that many this year. The exact time of the sale will depend on when the farmers ship the onions (usually May). Our continued success depends on you. I would appreciate your active participation in the Vidalia Onion Sale Fund Raiser. Please commit to buying or selling at least two bags. Pre-sales are very important, so please start taking orders now. May will be here soon. We will also have a “Paper Drive” on Friday and Saturday, June 3rd, and 4th at Pop’s Restaurant in York County at the corner of Route 17 and Denbigh Blvd. For those who are not familiar with or have not participated in a “Paper Drive,” this may be one of our easiest fund raisers. We normally set up a table and contribution bucket at the entrance to a local business/restaurant. We wear our Fez and Shrine shirts and solicit money for the Shriner Transportation Fund. I have never had a bad experience and have always been well received by the public, often receiving compliments for

the good work we do. We also meet many Brother Masons. I will have sign up sheets available at our next meeting. Shrine Plaque sales are another opportunity for our club to raise money for the Shriner Hospitals. The plaque can be displayed in your home, office or business. Please consider renewing your plaque for 2016 or becoming a first time plaque owner. Plaque sales are not limited to Shrine members. Consider approaching a friend or business owner about purchasing a tax deductible Shriner Hospitals plaque. The cost is $100 each. Our Fishing Trip for this year will be Thursday, June 23rd. It will be a charted fishing boat leaving out of downtown Hampton at 6:30AM and returning at 11:30AM. Cost is $35 per person which includes bait, rod and reel. Coolers are allowed. This is not only a fun outing but a fund raiser for our Club. I have taken my grandchildren several times and there is nothing better than the smile on their face when they reel in a fish. Please contact Jerry Whitlock (H) 757-851-6775 or (C) 757-912-2602, if you are interested in signing up. Nobles, I am proud to be a Shriner and your Brother in this great Fraternity. I look forward to seeing each of you at our meetings and fund raisers. “Together Nobles” Bruce Edwards 2016 PSC President


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Tidewater Shrine Club By Treasurer Scott Traner

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reetings and Salutations my fellow Princes of the Desert, Tidewater Shrine Club wishes you all a scintillating Spring. As you read this we have completed our paper drive and I am happy to report we have reached our $2000.00 goal. We want to thank all the brothers who supported us as usual and also thanks to all the donors. As you have read here before I have been lucky enouth to benefit myself tremendously from activities like this. I would like to single out one of our donors from Easter weekend. We received many generous donations but one stood out in my mind. One lady came up to me and was speaking so kindly of the Shriners, she said she did not have much but felt like she had to give. She reached into her pocketbook and pulled out a roll of pennies. It was obvious to me that she didn’t have much as she had rolled her change to come shopping. My brothers she didn’t have much but she donated to our cause. It is moments like this that makes all our work worthwhile and I can only ask of everyone that they participate in activities like this so they can receive the thanks I really felt at that moment. I truly believe you will feel thanked and worth wile even while we help our kids. The Daffodil Parade was cancelled, but Noble Mitch Dunston had prepared his famous clam chowder so we were still the recpiants of good food. Every month I would like to spotlight one of our members so I will mention Mitch now. Mitchell “Powhatan” Dunston does so much for our club. He makes the chowder, he has maintained his dump truck and the old truck for many years. He is responsible for getting our cards out for sympathy or remembrance or whatever the occasion. I feel blessed to know and learn how to be a charitable person from Mitch and we can all take a lesson from him. We have our onions coming in the first or second week of April, weather permitting, and we will let all know then they can have a chance to get the super sweet Vidalia onions. The club has a picnic in the planning, a ladies night and also more fund raisers as the ideas roll in. We are busy but it is all for a worthwhile cause. “Our kids.” That’s enough for this issue, hopefully I am leaving you wanting more. I love this Fraternity and we look forward to working with the Temple and other clubs and units to fulfill our main reason for being - all our children. Come see us at Nicks restaurant at the bottom of the Coleman bridge on the Gloucester side the third Thursday of the month. Social hour is at 6:00 p.m. and dinner is at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Happy spring to you all and always remember “Ain’t it grand to be a Shriner.” Noble Scott Traner

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Williamsburg Shrine Club By Gary Palmer

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reetings again from the Northwest corner of Khedive territory! The Williamsburg Shrine Club has had a very busy first Quarter of 2016. Our new leadership team guided by Noble President Tom Damon has set forth a very aggressive list of fundraising activities for the year. During 2016 we plan on having two spaghetti dinners, two paper drives, and coming up on May 14 we’ll once again be hosting our annual Golf Tournament at the Kiskiack Golf Club in Williamsburg. Coupled with the golf tournament will be a Titleist Demo Day hosted by the Kiskiack Club Pro and Shriner Supporter Mark Houston. Please come out and participate if you can. Foursome and Hole Sponsor forms are available at the Kiskiack Pro Shop or from any Williamsburg Shrine Club golf committee member.

We’re happy to say that at the upcoming Spring Ceremonial we’re going to we have four new candidates join our club and the Khedive family. We welcome Brothers Tom Lane, Jim Yates, Warren West, and Larry McGuiness. If you can make it up to our neck of the woods all are welcome at our meetings. We meet the first Wednesday of the month (except August & December which are our Ladies Nights) at the Holiday Inn on Bypass Rd. Social hour starts at 6:00, dinner at 7:00. Take Rte #64 west to the Camp Peary exit and make a left, then a right at the 2nd light on to Rte #132 to By-Pass Rd. Make right on By-Pass to the Holiday Inn. Fraternally, GFP

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his article is being written to honor a great past member of Khedive Yacht Club. While reading the March 2016 “Shriner Magazine” I saw an article about President Jimmy Carter and his wife being announced as ambassadors for Shriners Hospitals for Children. My thoughts go back a few years and I believe that a former member of our club could possibly be responsible for the Carter’s feelings for the Shriners’ Hospital.

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Our Former member, and Past Commodore, Howard N. Larcombe, Jr. (Lou) was a roommate of Mr. Carter when they both attended the U. S. Naval Academy. Over the years their paths crossed many times and Barbara and Lou and Jimmy and Rosalynn remained close friends. We in the Yacht Club knew of this relationship, but it was a private matter and was not talked about. That was the example that Lou expressed about everything in his life. Lou and I sat on the back of our boats many evenings discussing world affairs, local politics, how deep could a submarine go and many other questions to a learned man. Two answers that I never got from Lou. How deep can a submarine go? Are you a democrat or a republican? Their friendship, The Carters and the Larcombes, continued until Lou’s Death in July of 2005. Noble Lou and Lady Barbara were in the presence of President Carter many times throughout the years and this writer believes that Lou’s love of Masonry and of the Shriner’ s Hospitals was evident in his example and likely was an influence in this matter. A great man Noble Howard N. Larcombe, Jr. Raymond G Clyburn Secretary an PC Yacht Club Notice to all Nobles The Yacht Club will be hosting an Open House for any Noble wishing to come to the Top Rack Marina on May 14, 2016. Happy Hour will be at 4PM to 6PM and Dinner on your own at 6PM at the Amber Lantern Restaurant. Visit fellow Nobles on their Boats during Happy Hour. Bring your Family and Fellow Nobles.


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Shriners International Awareness Day

Show Your Fraternal Pride on Shriners International Awareness Day

ON JUNE 6, 1876, the Imperial Council, the governing body of the Shriners fraternity, was founded. To celebrate and recognize this important milestone in our history, Shriners International has declared June 6th Shriners International Awareness Day. On this day, nobles everywhere are encouraged to celebrate their great fraternity and raise awareness of the importance of our organization in their communities. The leadership of Shriners International is mindful that June 6 is also honored as D-Day, the day in 1944 when Allied forces landed on the beach in Normandy to begin the invasion of northern France. This event is considered to be a turning point in World War II, as it forced the German Army to fight on two fronts simultaneously. While Shriners International certainly honors the valor and courage of everyone who served on D-Day, many historic events happen on a single day. And June 6 also holds a separate special meaning for our fraternity, as the day we first had a governing body. Shriners International urges all nobles to display their pride in the fraternity by wearing a fez (when appropriate), hat, shirt, lapel pin, or other item with the fraternity’s logo. In addition to wearing Shriner apparel, Shriners International encourages all temples and Shrine clubs to organize special events at their temples and in their communities to honor the achievements of the organization. These events will also support membership efforts. The more information we share about our fraternity, the more we build potential for membership growth.

Share Your Pride and Celebrate Our Heritage

“Shriners International Awareness Day is the perfect opportunity to showcase our great fraternity. Please honor our history by sharing both our heritage and your own story of being a Shriner, as well as our mission to improve the lives of children and make the world a better place,” said Jerry G. Gantt, Imperial Potentate. “Highlighting the different ways our fraternity impacts the world around us will also inspire our nobles and motivate potential members to learn more about us.” This international day of recognition is an annual opportunity for Shriners to share information about the fraternity, its history and the benefits of becoming part of an organization dedicated to fun, fellowship and philanthropy.

Plenty of Ways to Participate Here are a few ways both nobles and temples can get involved:

 Wear your fez on Shriners International Awareness Day when appropriate (during an official Shriners function).

 Show pride in Shriners International by wearing a hat,

shirt, lapel pin, or other item with the fraternal logo. Your family members can also wear appropriate clothing items that promote the fraternity.

 Organize an event at your temple or in your local

community. Inviting the public to participate will increase awareness and interest in both your local temple and Shriners International.

 Promote Shriners International Awareness Day on your temple website and social media pages. Announce the date at all club and unit meetings to ensure all nobles are informed.

 Distribute the Shriner Primer and pocket petition to potential prospects during community events.

 Hold an Open House at your temple.  Host a Media Night.  Ask family members to take fraternal literature (brochures, etc.) to their place of employment, if permitted.

We hope that every Shriner and every temple will participate in this important opportunity to honor our fraternity. Share your pride in a future issue of this publication. Send a brief summary of your temple’s Awareness Day activities to shrinepr@shrinenet.org for consideration.

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Khedive Units

Ritualistic Divan By Secretary Steve Owen

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REETINGS from the KRD. The KRD is on a roll!!! We are growing by leaps and bounds and have been quite busy since last Fall. First of all, congratulations to our new Director, Todd Knight. Todd along with the other officers and members of the unit look forward to a GREAT 2016. We have already started off with a bang with our first annual New Year’s dance followed up by a repeat of the Sweetheart Dance in February. The New Year’s dance lit up the temple on New Year’s Eve with over 200 people in attendance. In February, despite the snow, our Sweetheart Dance once again turned out to be a fantastic evening and successful event for us. A great time was had by all who braved the weather. We thank all who attended these events to support us and Shrinedom. We would also like to welcome three new members to the KRD: Nobles Howard Sawyer, Ray Stanfield, and Jim Clark. These Nobles have already jumped right in by participating in the St. Patrick’s Day parade and we look forward to having them at future parades and ceremonials as well as we continue our support of Shriners Hospitals and our great Temple.

Ritualistic Divan St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Preparations are under way for the Spring Ceremonial. We invite all Shriners (and if the Potentate declares it to be an Open Ceremonial, their Ladies and family) to come out and enjoy watching the KRD at work during the initiation ceremony in June. We work real hard to put on a first rate performance and will do our best to make sure our incoming Nobles “get their money’s worth.” We will also be out there on the Street in 2016 at parades, the Shrine Paper Drive, our Rodeo, MASA, at temple and unit fund-raisers, and wherever else Shriners are out having fun and raising awareness for our hospitals. Please come join us and JOIN The Fun! Last, but certainly not least, we welcome all Shriners (and Masons who may be interested in becoming Shriners) to

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stop in and see us. Come enjoy a little hospitality and good fellowship and see what it is that we do. For the aspiring thespian, there are speaking parts and non-speaking parts in the Ceremonial. Also, we have great fun riding (not walking) in parades and participating in the fellowship that goes along with it. We are also active supporters of our Temple and the Shriner’s Hospitals. So, whether you want to get on stage or just have fun with your fellow Shriners, feel free to stop by and visit anytime. Our meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month starting at 6:30pm in our unit room at the temple. We welcome you all! See you on the street! Es Selamu Aleikum!

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

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

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

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

Date of Birth

Spouse/Significant Other Profession or Occupation Have you previously applied for admission to any Temple of the Order? lf so, to what Temple? Residence Mail Address

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ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE

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WOODY & TERRY BROWN HUGH SPIVEY & MARGEE IVEY & JEAN MORTON JIMMIE JONES & MARGARET JIM & LOIS NATH BILL & EVELYN HUGUENEL

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RICKEY AND ALICE AKERS DUKE AND PAT ALLEN CLIFF AND EVELYN ATKINSON GARY AND JANET BACKUS JOEL AND SUSAN BUNDY BRIANT AND JOAN CAPPS DAVE AND KAY CLARK DEAN AND BELINDA CLARO WILLY AND JC CREEKMORE JODY AND LISA DUDLEY SCOTTIE AND SPRING DYER GEORGE AND JESSIE EASON CHARLES AND GAIL ELKS MARRY GOODWIN WAYNE AND NANCY HALL JIM AND MARINA HARWELL ROBERT AND CINDY HORTON MIKE JOHANSEN BOB LAMBERT AND SUE DARDEN LEROY AND NANCY LANE ED AND KATHY LEGGETT AL LIVERMAN TIM AND SUSAN MAGUIRE ALEX MARTIN AND CLAIRE TOM MAY BUDDY MORSE MIKE AND BARBARA MOSELER SKIP PATNODE BILL AND MARIA PEED DAVID AND GINGER PICKETT LARRY ROUNTREE AND LAVONNE RUDY AND LAVERNE RUDIBAUGH RONNIE AND MISSY SHANK DALE AND TAMMY SHENK JACK AND DIANE SMITH MARTY AND SHERRY TWOMEY BOB AND SANDY WADSWORTH ROGER AND MAUREEN WARD PETE AND DEBBIE WRIGHT

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BRUCE EDWARDS ARTHUR GANDY ROB PARKER RICHARD RAWLS

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TERRY AND CHERYL BLEDSOE BUDDY & SAVONNE WHITTINGTON J. LEON & MARGIE STOCKS LANDIS & VIVIAN NEAL HERB & DONNA MEYERS DAVID & DEBBIE SAWYER OSCAR & VIOLY OBSUNA KYLE & AMBER STRICKLAND BILLY & GWEN MUTTER HENRY & TAMMY STRICKLAND BUTTERBEAN & SUSIE STRICKLAND BILL IRVING JOHN CONROY

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TONY WOODS & PAM GARY SMITH & DARLA RODNEY ROUNTREE ALAN ORMOND & CAROL KEN CONLEY CHRIS DELL & AMANDA ERIC DELL & BRENDA FREDDIE GARDNER & MITZI PATRICK “PAT” GARRISON & LINDA WILLIAM “LITTLE JOHN” REED & KATHY JASON RIPPARD & KELLY ALAN CANNON & SHARON STEVE WRIGHT & GAIL DAVE “GONZO” DAVIS MIKE HARRELL & LYDIA GARY O’ BRIEN & MARDY PAT O’ BRIEN & TRISH KEVIN O’ BRIEN JOHN DOWNS NICHOLAS SIMMONS

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JIM & BARBARA BAKER ALEX & JOYCE KUPETZ RUSTY MILLER WILLIAM PHELPS (TREY) CHARLES & JEANNIE TAYLOR LARRY & BARBARA WELLS

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ROBERT & BETTY BROWN LEN & CAROLE CARTER GEORGE & SUE CRISPEN GOODY & JESSIE GLASSMAN CESAR & JANET GELLE MIKE & PAT KUDSK HENRY & CAROL MCCOY BOB & LEZ METZ CALVIN S. NEWBY, JR. GEORGE & JO ANNE RHUDY MIKE & GIRLIE POBLETE RANNY & DORIS RYAN CLIF & SHARON SMITH, P.P.

FIRE BRIGADE

DESERT PATROL MEL & GRETCHEN ALLMOND JOHN & AMY BANKS JIMMIE & PAT DAVIS ROGER & RUTH HUTCHINSON BUDDY & TERESA KAYTON JIM & SUSIE KNECHT BRIAN LONG & KATHERINE PARKER & MARY MCDANIEL, JR. PARKER & SARAH MCDANIEL, 3RD. RAY & DENICE MCDANIEL SEAN & SHEREE MCDONNELL JEAN-MARC & CAROL QUIMET RON & JENNA SCALZO TIM WARFORD & JACKIE

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DIXIE GRINNALDS JOSEPH W. JEFFRIES PRESTON ROGERS CHARLES W. BRADFORD, JR. CHARLES W. BRADFORD III

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KENNY & DEBBIE ASKEW CHARLES & NANCY BLAND JOEL & UNHA BRADSHAW ROBERT & JEAN CLAUD RANDY & CLAUDETTE DEAN KENNETH & IOLA GAY MELVIN & BARBARA GRAY KEVIN & MARY INSULL JOHN & KAY MEDITZ RALPH & RACHEL TAYLOE GERALD & JEANNIE WHITLEY

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KENNY & DEBBIE ASKEW JESSE & BONNIE BELL BILL & YOLANDA DAVIS RANDY & CLAUDETTE DEAN GATOR & MARY FERGUSON RONNIE & MADGE LUSK JUSTIN MATHEWS JIM & LANICE PEACH KEVIN & SANDY POLAND GEORGE & DEBBIE POSTON PAUL SCOTT PETE WAHL & MARYANN

CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB -- BILL HOGGARD -- IN MEMORY OF MURRAY BUCK -- OFFICERS & BOARD OF THE SHRINE CLUB -- PAST PRESIDENTS -- CAPT. ALEX MARTIN -- MIKE WARLIKOWSKI

CLYDE & BARBARA DIXON GARY & SUSAN PALMER PHIL & KATHY TAYLOR ROB & SAMANTHA ALLEN BOB & LIZ TRAVIS ED & SHIRLEY MCALPINE RAY & ROBIN MCCOY ROB & GINNY KAYLOR

TIM BERKIMER BB BRISTOW JR. ROGER & JANET CORT TODD DEFORD PAGE & NINA EATON ADAM GRAY KIM & PAT HALL WILLIAM & SANDRA HAMILTON ROBERT HITT BILL & MARION HOGGARD SR. DON AND SANDRA HOWARD WILLIAM & IRMGARD JONES AL & SANDY KINCHEN JIM & MARLENE LARSEN LANK & BARBARA MALBONE SAM & NANCY MCAFEE DON & BETTY MEYER ROBERT & ANNE MORTENSON CHUCK SCHWENDER JOE & KERRI SINGER SCOTT & TERESA SLOCUM ALLEN & PAMELA PIERCE DAVID & ANNALISA SWOOPE JR. THOMAS N. THOMAS MATT & LELIA WATTON BRIAN ZIMMERMAN MEMORY DECEASED MEMBERS HILLBILLIE UNIT

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WARREN & BETTY TUCKER WARREN D. COLLINS & GLENDA DAVID & LISA ADAMS SAMMY & BARB KOVAX ROBERT & SUSAN COLLINS JOSEPH DAIGLE & LADY BARBARA FROSTY & MARIE HARRISON KAY LAWRENCE GIL & MARYLEE SAWYER WILEY & PAULA JERNIGAN HARRY WILLIAM COLLINS BOBBY & KATHY JOHNSON JEFF & DEBBIE HAGUE ILL. JIM CANTERBURY & LADY JERI DAN & MARY HONAKER WALTER “DINK” POPE MIKE JOHANSEN GARY & JOYCE UMPHLETT


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EDWARD USITA WOODY & TERRY BROWN R. TIMOTHY JONES ANTHONY WAYNE HALL BEN O AUSTRIA MICHAEL & SUSAN COFFMAN JOANN & CARLTON L. GILL, JR. WILLIAM R. GURLEY RAYMOND & ANN MCCOY STORMY & LINDA THORSON ED & DORIS MEISE

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WILLIAM AMBROSE & MARY PAST COMMANDER R. G. BROWN J. T. BUNDY & SUSAN DAVID CUNNINGHAM & BETTY THEODORE DELACRUZ & ERLINDA RODOLFO DELAROSA & ROSALINDA DONITA B. DIEGO PAST COMMANDER HARRY “BILL” ERWIN & JEAN -- *PAST COMMANDER WILLIAM EWELL BY JUDITH -- ILLUSTRIOUS PAST COMMANDER CHARLES FRALEY & BETTY -- PHILLIP FULCHER, JR., -- PAST COMMANDER FORREST GARLAND & HARRIET -- FLOYD GILBERT -- *ILLUSTRIOUS PAST COMMANDER GEORGE GOLDEN BY BESSIE -- PAST COMMANDER PETER GORDON & HELEN -- GREGORY T. GUSTAGSON -- HARRY HUGGINS & JANE -- COMMANDER JOHN JONES & ANDREA -- JACK KINGSLEY & LAVERNE -- PAST COMMANDER JACK LAURSON & DEBBIE -- PAST COMMANDER RONALD LEE & HELEN -- JOHN W. MALONE & ROSE -- DONALD MCBRIDE & ELIZABETH -- ALTON MCKEITHAM & MARY -- DAVID MEEKINS & GALE -- PAST COMMANDER MILTON MIDGETTE -- ROBERT P. OLSON -- PAST COMMANDER PAUL PENNYBACKER & NANCY -- PAST COMMANDER DONALD SUPER & PHYLLIS -- PAST COMMANDER REMY TALA & GREGORIA -- PAST COMMANDER EDWIN TISDALE -- PAST COMMANDER HERBERT TROUPE & JEAN -- *PAST COMMANDER MARSHALL WHISNER BY GUIDA *DENOTES DECEASED -------

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LES AKER & LADY DEBBIE 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 MICHAEL & KARYN DENNY 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

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---RITUALISTIC -DIVAN ---- WRIGHT & JOYCE BELL --- BOBBY CLARK --- MITCH COHEN & CAROL COHEN --- FRANK & LISA CRAFT -- ILL. SIR. CECIL & MARY DOUGHTIE, ---- PAUL & DENEEN DOUGHTIE -- KENNETH & SONIA GREGORY -- JOHN KELLAM & YVONNE HEIMAN -- TODD & DIANE KNIGHT --- TOMMY & ROBIN LEE --- ROB & JAN LOCKWOOD --- GARY & MAX NYE --- STEVE & BECKY OWEN --- PAUL JR & MAUREEN SAWYER --- JONATHAN & JENIFER STONE -- WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL VALERIANO ---- JEFFREY & WENDY WOOLARD ----OCEAN VIEW SHRINE CLUB --- ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL -ALAN & CANDIE BROWN --- SKIP PATNODE MITCH & BARBARA DUNSTON -- FRED & LINDA RUDIGER JOHN GLAUNER WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL VALERIANO -- RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER -- ALEX MARTIN & CLAIRE LEROY & NANCY LANE LANK & BARBARA MALBONE

JIM & CALMETTA ALLEN DAVID & JENNY BYLER MIKE & ANNETTE CLARK CHARLIE & BARBARA CURTIS PAUL & BONNIE DAVIS TOMMY & RHONDA GALE ARTHUR & KAREN GANDY MORRIS & FRANCES GLOVER FLOYD & PAT GOFF JIM & CATHY HART SR. ROGER & LINDA HARTMAN HOWIE & ANN HELWIG JOHN & VALERIE HOWE STEVE & CATHY HUDGINS JIM & ANNETTE KELLY STEVE & DEBIIE MCGOWAN RICK & DANIELLE PATTERSON JIMMY & RITA PINNER TOMMY & DOT RICE VERNON & INA RICE ED & GAY RIDDICK KEVIN & THERESA RIDDICK MARK & CHRIS SAWYER CLIF & SHARON SMITH ERIC & SHANA WILLIAMS PHIL & BARBARA WILLIAMS

PENINSULA SHRINE CLUB BRUCE EDWARDS ARTHUR GANDY DAVE GWALTNEY PAUL HAMPTON HAROLD JOYNER PETE EURE PAGE NEALE RICHARD RAWLS CHUCK SUTPHIN JERRY WHITLOCK VAN WILSON

PORTSMOUTH SHRINE CLUB WOODY BROWN & TERRY MICHAEL COFFMAN & SUSAN MAJOR STEPHENSON & PAM ED MARTIN & GAYLE STORMY THORSON & LINDA JIM CANTERBURY & JERI RAY SOLTIS & CONNIE JOHNNY JOANNOU RICK SMITH & LULU TIM JONES ROY MYERS SCOTT BENTON & AMY ART YBARRA & DOT LELAND BASSETT

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BB BRISTOW BILL & CINDY BATTEN JOHN & DONNA BROWN ALAN & SHARON CANNON MIKE & BARBIE CANNON BUTCH & LEAH CASPER JODY & LISA DUDLEY GWINN & LISA DUNBAR, JR. LARRY HALE BILL & MISSIE KEATING WOODY & JUNE KEATING MASON & PAM KEETER WESLEY & NANCY KING BILL & SHARON LSUTERBACH, JR. WING & DOROTHY LEE JOHN & HENRY MISHELLE MARTIN RICK & PATTY MERCER GARY & MARY MEYERS ROY & BETH MCKENNEY ED & LINDA OWENS MIKE PHELPS CLINT & SIMONE POST BOBBY & BROOKE SMITH JEFF & TRACI TUELL MIKE & LISA WARLIKOWSKI JAY & DONNA WHITE

SWASHBUCKLERS -----------------

ALAN BROWN & CANDIE RICK SMITH & LUANN ARTHUR MARTIN WILLIAM HAMMETT & MARLENE BRIAN CRAWFORD DAVID E. BOYD & DONNA EDWIN “LEROY” LANE & NANCY RAYMOND TELLER JR., & VIRGINIA ALLEN SOKOLIK & LINDA JACK FARRER ERIC FARRER & VICKI JO & WENDY GUFFEY CHARLES NISSEN III & SHIRLEY JASON EISEL & KELLY PHILIP CROMARTIE & MARILYN DAVID L. NORTON & CAROL

SUFFOLK SHRINE CLUB ----------

HUNTER MARCH PAUL SCOTT KENNY ASKEW STEVE MATHEWS GREG TAYLOR GOERGE POSTON GARY MEYERS JAMES SALYERS STEVE WRIGHT

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KENNY & DEBBIE ASKEW CLIFF & EVELYN ATKINSON TERRY & CHERYL BLEDSOE MIKE & BARBARA CANNON JODY & LISA DUDLEY TOM DOBSON PETE FICARE RAY & CRYSTAL FOREHAND TOM & KATHY GRIFFITH WAYNE & NANCY HALL ROBERT & CINDY HORTON LEE & LUCILLE HERRINGTON RALPH & ANN JOHNSON GARY MEYERS ED & SHIRLEY MCALPINE KEN & CAROLE MCCULLOUGH JIMMY & SANDY NEWBY GEORGE O’NEAL GARY & SUSAN PALMER ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL SKIP PATNODE JAMES & RUTH PIERCE, SR. DEBBIE & DAVID SAWYER CHUCK & CHARLEE SCHWENDER RON & MISSY SHANK JACK & DIANE SMITH J. LEON & MARGIE STOCKS RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER BOB & LIZA TRAVIS EDWARD & CLAUDETTE USITA JIM & LYNN WAGNER PETE & DEBBIE WRIGHT R.G. BROWN

WILLIAMSBURG SHRINE CLUB ------------

JERRY HENSLEY JACK JONES TOM DAMON GERALD FREY TOM WEST DAVID GASTON BENTLEY DAVIS GARY PALMER VICTOR SHUMAKER LARRY SPORE RICHARD STRATTON

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LES AKER & DEBBIE GERALD & NANCY ANDERSON CLIFF & EVELYN ATKINSON JOHN BAKER BUDDY & SHIRLEY BARCO JOHN & KAY BARNES PAUL & KATE BECK WRIGHT & JOYCE BELL RANDALL BRACKETT WOODY & TERRY BROWN JOEL & SUSAN BUNDY JUNI & VENERACION CACHAPER JR JOHN & DIONYCIA CADDY JIM & BARBARA CATON JIMMY & JILL CLARK DAVID & VANYA CONNER PHIL & MARILYN CROMARTIE ILL. SIR HERBERT & SYLVIA CURRAN DAVID & MARY DECOOK DAN & NANCY DIXON BOBBY & MODESTA DIZON HERMAN DENNIS III & RUBY PAGE & NINA EATON BENNIE & JANE ETHERIDGE CHARLES & CAROL EVANS CLIFFORD & HANNAH EVANS WAYNE & MARY ANN FLORA FLOYD & GAYLEEN GILBERT CLAUDE & NORMA GREGORY JR. KEN & SONIA GREGORY LARRY & BRENDA GRIMSTEAD OTTIE GRIMSTEAD BILL & DORSEY GURLEY, SR. KHALIL & LAURA HABR LARRY HALE DON & KATHERINE HODGES BILL & MARION HOGGARD SR. THOMAS & SALLY HOPE SR.

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HARRY & MARY HONAKER JESSE & ERIKA HUGHES ED HURD HAROLD & IRMGARD JONES BUDDY & TERESA KAYTON WOODROW & JUNE KEATING GARY & RUTH ANNE KING THOMAS & ELAINE KYRUS WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL VALERIANO GARY & RUTH ANNE KING BILL & SHARON LAUTERBACH RICK & BONNIE LAVRISCHEFF JACK & DIANNE LAWLIS HAROLD & NITA LEONARD REINO & ANDROULLA LINDROOS EUFROSINO & JUANITA LUNA LANK & BARBARA MALBONE ROYAL MADRY ERNEST & BONNIE MARROW ED & DORIS MEISE RAYMOND & EVELYN MOUNTFORD G. WILSON & JUDY NELLIGAR OSCAR & VIOLY OBSUNA JACK & GLADYS PALLETT ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL FRED & LINDA RUDIGER JOE RUSSO JR. CHARLES SCHWENDER & CHARLEE SCOTT & TERESA SLOCUM STEVE & JUDY SMITH JIM & MARY TAYLOR RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER HORACE & STACY VANNOSTRAND JR. RALPH & DONNA VANNOSTRAND WENDELL WHITE JEFF & WENDY WOOLARD MEMORY DECEASED NOBLES

TIDEWATER SHRINE CLUB --DAVID CROCKETT --PEPPER LOVE --SCOTT TRANER --FRANK BEVERIDGE --WOODY & NANCY JAMES --CHARLES & JO ANN GARNER --GARY COUNASSE --DAVID CONNER --MITCH & BARBARA DUNTSON --JON BECK --THOMAS BECK --THOMAS WOODARD

--MARK COOK --BOB WILLIAMS --ROB PARKER --JOHN MARTIN --KEITH WEBB --RICHARD RAWLS --BOB & LINDA TILLER --DAVID & RUTH WHITE --TERRY PUTT --BUCKY & MARIAN CLEMENTS --MARSHALL & BONNIE LEWIS

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MONCHITO & NELLIE ABAD MANNY & NELLIE ALIP MARK & CAROLINE ANCHETA WILLIE & ANITA AUSTRIA DIONY & NORMA BACANI DOM & JUANITA BALASON DENIS & AURING BARAO LENN & LIBERTY BARLAAN ART BAUTISTA BERKLEY BRISTOW BOBBY & JENNIE BURAGA JUN & VENING CACHAPER VIRGIL & VIRGINIA CALDERON NICK & NIDA CASTILLO DEAN & BELINDA CLARO REY & JEAN CORSINO BOBBY & MODESTA DIZON IKE & JEAN ENRIQUEZ FRED & TESS ESCALANTE RENE & CECILLE FELIAS OSCAR & ESTELA GADOR ART & VICKY GARDUQUE MANOLO & CARINA GATBONTON REY & MARILYN GUTIERREZ ERNIE & LOURDES HOFILENA FELIX & ANN ISIP GEORGE & ELISA JARDINEZ JOHN & EMMA JOHNSTONE CHARLES & JOAN LEE, PP JUN & FE LUNA BEN & SHIRLEY MABALOT LANK & BARBARA MALBONE JUSTO & SALVACION MANGLICMOT DAN MANUEL SETH & GLORIA MESA BERNIE & SISINIA MOLINA OSCAR & VIOLY OBSUNA GEMNINIANO PAGADUAN ROGER & LYDIA PANELO ILL ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL LEE & ESTER PARRILLA JESS & BETH PAULE JACK & DOROTHY PRICE BILL & LYNN RAMSEY JOE & MILETTE SALONGA JOEY & NATY SANTOS CHUCK & CHARLEE SCHWANDER CLIFF & SHARON SMITH, PP ERNIE & TESS SORIANO REMY & GING TALA EDWARD & CLAUDETTE USITA FRED & LYDIA VERAQUE MANNY & CHRISTINE VERGARA

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

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

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Khedive Shrines Shirt Fundriaser

Khedive Fundraiser

Khedive Shriners Shirt SIZES S-M-L-XL-XXL-1X-2X $35.00 SIZES 3X-4X $40.00 PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY. ONLY AVAILABLE IN BLACK WITH THE PERFECT SIZE FOR YOU! FULL NAME PHONE NUMBER EMAIL CHARGE CARD # EXPIRATION CIRCLE YOUR SIZE

SECURITY CODE

S M L XL XXL 1X 2X 3X 4X

TO PLACE YOUR ORDER MAIL YOUR ORDER TO KHEDIVE SHRINE - 645 WOODLAKE DRIVE - CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320 OR CALL THE KHEDIVE OFFICE AT 420-4510 TO PLACE YOUR ORDER. IF PAYING BY CHECK MAKE YOUR CHECK PAYABLE TO KHEDIVE SHRINE YOUR SHIRT WILL BE AT KHEDIVE WHEN READY FOR PICKUP. WE WILL CALL AND OR EMAIL YOU THAT YOUR SHIRT IS READY TO PICKUP. FOR THE BENEFIT OF KHEDIVE SHRINE AND NOT TAX DECUCTIBLE

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

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

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

APPOINTED DIVAN

OFFICIAL FAMILY

AIDES STAFF

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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The Official Publication of Khedive Shrine Center

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