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

CHIEF RABBAN CRUISE

67TH OYSTER BOWL

ZULEKIA FISH FRY

June 18 - 28, 2017 Visit Alaska - Page 6

ODU Foreman Field November 26 - Page 18

Music by J and the Band August 21 - Page 17

S E AFOOD FEA ST August 27 - Page 2

GOL F CLA S S I C

September 29 - Page 44

FAL L FAM I LY P I C NI C October 9 - Inside Back Cover


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In This Issue

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FEATURES

UNITS & CLUBS

FEATURES

07 - Assistant Rabban

24 - Autos

14 - An Evening Out Formal Affair

20 - Calendar August - November

25 - Chesapeake Shrine Club

07 - Chief Rabban

24 - Clowns

06 - Chief Rabban Cruise

29 - Corvettes

13 - Director of Transportation

27 - Directors Staff

12 - Cavalier Garage

11 - Director Uniformed Units

28 - Drum & Bugle Corps

25 - Chesapeake Shrine Club

37 - Donation & Memorial Form 15 - Greenville Hospital Report 44 - Golf Classic Registration

01 - Barber’s Tire & Auto Inside Front Cover - Beach Ford

36 - Fire Brigade

24 - Creekmore Hardware

30 - Golf Club

14 - Franklin Shrine Club

29 - Hillbillies

19 - Khedive Happenings 08 - High Priest & Prophet 40 - Hi-Noble Boosters

26 - Khedive Carts

09 - J & The Band

30 - Knights of Mecca

08 - Jennifer Carr Photography

31 - Legion of Honor

13 - Hospital Trips Report

24 - Hoggard-Eure Associates

34 - Mini 18 Wheelers

16 - In Memory 14 - Million Dollar Club Donations 11 - Million Dollar Club Form

32 - Motor Corps

10 - Maguire & Sons Autos

32 - Motor Patrol

43 - North Pole Letters & Keepsakes

09 - Oriental Guide

38 - Peninsula Shrine Club

19 - Oyster Bowl Report

35 - Provost Guard

15 - Philadelphia Hospital Report

33 - Suffolk Shrine Club

04 - Potentate’s Message

33 - Swashbucklers

08 - Ramsey Equipment Company

05 - Recorders Desk

36 - Tidewater Shrine Club

Back Inside - Fall Family Picnic

22 - Rodeo Daddies & Moms

35 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club

39 - Rodeo Photo Gallery

26 - Williamsburg Shrine Club

17 - Zulekia Court Fish Fry

37 - Yacht Club

27 - Philbrick Inc. 14 - Pro-Specs Home Inspections

14 - Suffolk Shrine Club 25 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club

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MEETING S S E N I S S BU

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: 6:30PM - Meeting 7:30PM Thursday, September 22, 2016 Thursday, November 17, 2016


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Potentate’s Message By Woody Brown

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reetings Nobles, Wow, the first half of 2016 has really happened fast. The happenings at our Temple has been a lot of fun and of course work. Since my last article, Lady Terry and I along with 53 others journeyed to Cape Liberty, New Jersey to board the cruise ship Celebrity Summit for a 8 day cruise to the beautiful island of Bermuda. We all couldn’t have had a better time. The sail over to Bermuda was perfect; the weather in Bermuda for the 3 days there was superb—temps in the 70s with no rain. And the return voyage was calm as well. In other words, we had a great time. Wish you all could have joined us. Then we came back to finalize everything for our annual rodeo. Well, I was there anyway. Many, many thanks to the Co-Chairmen of this event; Nobles Joe Ramsey and Kenny Askew. At least I know just get out of their way. Also, thanks to the Chef ’s Committee for preparing our food for the workers; great job! Plus to all the Nobles and their Ladies for everything you did to make this a VERY successful event. The very next week, we had our Spring Ceremonial honoring Noble Dave Norton and his Lady Carol. Thanks over and over for all the Units that supported our Open House for the new nobles. To all that came out for our

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parade; just fantastic. The feast again prepared by our Chef ’s; top notch guys. You certainly have set the bar very high. Not one Temple that I have ever visited does this event better than all of you. Also, let’s all welcome our new Nobles by inviting them to one of your upcoming functions. Thanks again for everything!! When this article has posted, the Divan will have been to the 2016 Imperial Session on Tampa, Florida. I will give you all an update at our next business meeting. Nobles, it is not too early to start preparing for MASA and SASA. Let’s show to other Temples just how these events are done. Without a doubt, every Noble and their Ladies in this Temple has made my job a lot easier. Lady Terry and I can’t thank you all enough, especially our 2016 team led by Noble Stormy Thorson and Lady Linda. Every member of Khedive certainly knows that we have “Strength in Unity.” Please have a safe summer, and I am looking forward to the rest of 2016! Yours in the Faith, Woody Brown Potentate


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SPRING CEREMONIAL P H OTO S

Recorder’s Desk By Wayne Kelly

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reetings Nobles ~ the warm summer is moving on and I’m sure we will be glad to experience some cooler weather. Nobles, I ask each of you to please purchase any and all tickets that the Temple mails to you. Buy your tickets and come on out and have a great time at your Temple. Call the office at 420-4510 if you need additional tickets for any event. This is the only way we can have a Fall Festival for you and your children and grandchildren, a Units and Clubs Party, a Christmas Stag Party and last but not least, this is how we maintain our fraternity. Without a fraternity we couldn’t have the greatest Philanthropy in the world and that is the Shriner’s Hospitals for Children. Also Nobles, if you know any member who hasn’t paid his dues for 2016, talk to him about paying now. The Temple has dues outstanding that total $25,088.00 as of July 2016. Khedive Shrine Temple needs your participation in its fundraisers and we all know that if you come out you will have fun and enjoy the festivities. Nobles have a great summer and support your Temple, for MASA and SASA in September and our Business Meetings in September and November. I look forward to seeing you around, and especially at our Seafood Feast on August 27th. Lastly, I’d like to thank all of the Nobles that have supported me in this position as YOUR Recorder. If there is anything that I can do for you, please feel free to contact me or stop by and ask. Fraternally, Wayne Kelly


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Chief Rabban Cruise

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Khedive Divan

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Chief Rabban By John Howe

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reetings Nobles, summer is full upon us and many of us will be vacationing during the peak of the traffic season. Every day that I drive from Hampton to the Southside and back I see someone on I-64/664 that, given a choice, I’d ban from driving. Some of the drivers out there are just plain crazy, inconsiderate or both. As you travel this vacation season, please be careful on the roads. Speaking of travel, the dates for our 2017 cruise to Alaska are now firm.

Assistant Rabban By Mike Coffman

We’ll be departing from Vancouver, BC aboard the Holland America ship M/S NOORDAM on June 18th, cruising the inside passage for seven days, then spending two days in Denali National Park and one day in Anchorage then flying home from there on June 28th. The cruise is open-ended, you can go to Vancouver early and/or stay late in Alaska should you desire to do more exploring. Ports during the cruise portion include Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay and Seward. This is a once in a lifetime adventure, and Val and I would be most honored for you to join us. Flyers are available in the Khedive Office for the cruise, a special offer from the travel agent and on-board drink packages. If you live out-of-town and would like a set of the paperwork, please call Anne and she’ll gladly mail or e-mail you the information. On the “how we do business” side, there’s a misconception about how our annual dues are dealt with that needs to be cleared up. Dues notices for 2017 will be mailed from Tampa in September/October of this year. Payment is due not later than December 31st of this year. If they

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reetings Nobles, Well we have had a busy spring with the Rodeo and Ceremonial. I want to thank everyone that worked both of these events. The Rodeo this year was a Huge Success and it could only happen with your hard work. The Ceremonial went off without a hitch. We welcome our new Nobles and their wives to this great fraternity. As I write this the Divan is in preparation to head to Tampa for the Imperial Session. I look forward to learning new information concerning our Hospitals and also our Fraternal side. When we return we will be getting ready for MASA and SASA. If you haven’t made your reservations,

7 are not paid by then, you will be in arrears and you cannot be issued a dues card until they are paid in full. Until your dues are paid and you are issued a dues card, you cannot attend any temple business meeting, attend or participate in any unit or club meeting or function, nor participate in any civic or Shrine parade and/or competition as a Shriner. Due to the expense involved with carrying forward a Noble who is in arrears, we are now suspending overdue Nobles for non-payment after one year instead of two. In the near term, this means that those of you who haven’t paid their current year dues will be suspended at the end of the year. I encourage all of you to make sure that your dues are up to date and thank you for your continued support of the world’s greatest philanthropy. Enjoy your summer vacations and please come back safe. Val and I look forward to seeing you at the various functions and fundraisers, as well as MASA and SASA. As always, please feel free to e-mail or call me with any questions or comments. Yours in the Faith John Howe Chief Rabban please contact our Recorder for all the information you need. Also we have the Seafood Feast and Golf Classic just around the corner. Please come out and help with these fundraisers. It is not too soon to be thinking about our Fall Ceremonial. Ill. Sir Woody has done an outstanding job speaking at Blue Lodges in our Oasis. We owe him a great Thank You for traveling and spending the time as the #1 Cheerleader for Khedive Shrine. Nobles if there is anything your Divan can do to help any of you, we are just a Phone Call away. Yours in the Faith, Mike Coffman Assistant Rabban


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High Priest & Prophet By Oscar Obsuna

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obles, six months has gone by fast. I can't believe that we are already starting the third quarter. We already accomplished so much. Rodeo was a resounding success. Congratulations to everyone involved. Spring Ceremonial went well. Let us welcome our new Nobles and their ladies. My congratulations to our first line signers. If this is your first time to recruit a Noble, you just earned a star

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toward the MacArthur award. Your goal to receive the award is 5 stars. We had 43 Nobles who received the award in the Spring Ceremonial. We have 20 Nobles who are close to receiving the award with 4 stars. Illustrious Woody Brown, David Cunningham, Eric Dell, Irvin J. Gehrey Jr., Kenneth A. Gregory, Albert Liverman Sr., Marion C. Love Jr., Lank Malbone, Kenneth McAlpine, Parker L. McDaniel Jr., Carl W. Nolan, William Edwin Owens Jr., Robert L. Parker, John Richard Rawls, Richard T. Smith, Richard Stratton, James L. Taylor, Jeffrey L. Tuell, John Vincent and Patrick Alan Edmonston. I have a list of the first line signers in the one, two and three categories, so that our Nobles will know how they stand toward the MacArthur award. It will be displayed on the bulletin board at the hallway of the Unit rooms. To date we have 29 new members in the 100 million dollar club. Our third quarter new members are Nobles Lank Malbone and Jimmy Newby. I would like to thank everyone for their support. Your Divan representatives, the Scooter Patrol, a few other Nobles and their ladies went to the 142nd Imperial Session in Tampa, Florida. The Scooter Patrol (photo right) was the only unit

from Khedive. Thanks to Captain Jack Price for his enthusiasm and hard work for coordinating the trip for his unit. We left for Tampa with a sad note. Our Imperial Oriental Guide, Imperial Sir Wayne Lachut passed on to the celestial heavens above. He will be missed. We had our own loss. Twenty Nobles passed on ending the second quarter of this year. Yours in the faith, Oscar Obsuna High Priest and Prophet

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Oriental Guide By Bill Hoggard

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reetings Nobles! It is hard to believe this year is half over. Your Divan has been busy visiting other Temples Ceremonials, Blue Lodges, Units & Clubs meetings and our own special events. In May we enjoyed the Potentate’s cruise to Bermuda. A great time was had by all. While there, 18 of us attended Prince Alfred Lodge #233 for their monthly meeting, where we were extended a very warm welcome. After their meeting we were treated to a great meal and great friendship. To our new Nobles, you have become a member of the “Greatest Philanthropy in the World.” Congratulations and welcome! I invite you to come out and visit the different Units & Clubs so you can decide on the right one for you. I hope then you will become active in your choice and enjoy the fun. Thank you to our Nobles and Ladies

that came out and supported our Rodeo. Because of your help we had a very successful and fun filled weekend. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! Also a special thank you to our Co- Chairmen, Joe Ramsey and Kenny Askew. GREAT JOB!!! In July your Divan attended the Imperial Session in Tampa, Florida. It was a very busy time. We will be voting on the budget,

electing new officers and of course enjoying the 4th of July Parade. As we move into the next few months we will have several big events coming up. Our Seafood Fest is on August 27th which is a Temple function. We need to sell a lot of tickets and make it a successful event. The first part of September we have the annual MASA Convention in Virginia Beach, followed the next week with the annual SASA Convention in Myrtle Beach, SC. Let’s make these two conventions a big success. Next will be our Golf Classic on September 29th. We are moving the Classic to Red Wing Golf Course this year. We have sold it out the last few years, so let’s do it again! We look forward to seeing everyone this summer at our events. Remember: “THERE IS STRENGTH IN UNITY” Yous in the faith, Bill Hoggard Oriental Guide


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Director of Uniformed Units

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Director Uniformed Units By Al Kinchen

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reetings Nobles, I would like to THANK ALL the Nobles who have come out for our parades this year. We have had a couple of cancellations due to bad weather, but when the sun comes out so do we. I would like to thank Noble Mark Barham, Assistant Director of Uniformed Units for his help thus far this year. We are coming up on our busy season for parades. Beyond November 5th, there are still the holiday parades. Please come out and support your temple and local communities as this increases the public’s awareness of who we are and what we do for the children. Yours in the Faith Alton Kinchen Director of Uniformed Units 2016

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Khedive Transportation Reports

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Hospital Trips Report By Travel Coordinator Nancy Lane

MONTH

VAN Trips/Pts

SELF DRIVE Trips/Pts

AIRWING Trips/Pts

COMMERCIAL Trips/Pts

January

9

9

2

2

0

0

3

3

14

14

February

7

7

2

2

0

0

2

2

11

11

March

8

8

3

3

0

0

0

0

11

11

April

7

7

3

3

0

0

0

0

10

10

May

8

8

1

1

1

1

0

0

10

10

June

7

8

1

1

0

0

2

2

10

11

YTD

46

47

12

12

1

1

7

7

66

67

Director of Transportation By Cliff Atkinson

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TOTALS/MONTH Trips Patients

think the hardest task I have in this job is writing the quarterly article for the Hi Noble. It can be tough trying to think of something interesting to say to the Nobility. Another parent has received a bill for one of our hospitals. While this is only the third one that we know of, it is troubling. I hope that they took our advice and called the 800 number on the bill to request not paying the bill. It is a federal requirement that the Shiners Hospitals for Children make a reasonable effort to collect any amount not covered by a patient’s medical insurance. While sending the bill is mandatory, I do know that there are several people in Tampa whose job it is to find donors to cover these bills.

Once again, that is why we need to know if a patient receives a bill. I hope that our latest patient to receive a bill has successfully resolved the issue. Our smaller vehicles appear to be doing a good job transporting our patients. While a couple of patients indicate a preference for the big van, the majority appear to appreciate the more comfortable ride in the smaller Ford Flex and the Honda Odessey. So far this year we have only had a couple of times when the larger van was required. If you have any questions about transportation or the hospitals, come by the office for a cup of coffee and we’ll talk about it. Isn’t it great to be a “Khedive” Shriner!


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Hospital Reports

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Philadelphia Hospital Report

Greenville Hospital Report

By Lon Weber

By Jody Dudley

ast February we celebrated George Washington’s 284th birthday. And on Saturday, June 25th we celebrated our Shriner’s Philadelphia Hospital for Children’s 90th birthday. So what’s the connection? Washington personified and was a model of good citizenship and the Shriner’s Hospitals has at its foundation one of the world’s greatest living examples of citizenship. Let me cite the message Washington wrote to the Citizens of Alexandria on March 23, 1797, just two years before his death: “No wish in my retirement can exceed that of seeing our Country happy; and I can entertain no doubt of its being so, if all of us act the part of good Citizens; contributing our best endeavors to maintain the Constitution, support the laws, and guard our independence against all assaults from whatsoever quarter they may come. Clouds may and doubtless often will in the vicissitudes of events, hover over our political concerns, but a steady adherence to these principles will not only dispel them but render our prospects the brighter by such temporary obscurities.” Yes, citizenship is at the vary base of our fraternity and the cornerstone of our hospitals. For that inspiration we thank our Brother Washington.

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ello folks. Greetings from Greenville. Summer is here, it is warm and we are very busy. We are still working on getting a third operating room. Patient wait times have dropped. We are down to drawing only 42% from the endowment. Special thanks to all the Clubs, Units and individuals who have contributed to the bullying book. The book will be filled with stories from the patients and illustrated by local children from Greenville schools. You folks from Khedive have made this possible, by fully funding the project. Thank you! I would like for you to check your calendars for our 2017 annual board meeting. It is the second Friday and Saturday in March. If you are unable to make it next year, the annual meeting is always the same time frame every year, and everyone is always invited to attend. We are also coming up on our 90th anniversary at the hospital. I will update you with more information, as soon as it is finalized. If you have any questions or concerns about Greenville, or if you would like to visit the hospital, please contact me at (757)620-7153 or cavaliergarage@gmail.com Remember our obligation, our children. Sincerely, Jody R. Dudley Board of Governors-Greenville, SC


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In Memory Of & Cabiri Photo Feature

Cabiri Luncheon

June 16, 2016

PAST POTE LUNCHEON WITH KHEDIVE AND ACCA

These We Do Not Forget The deepest sympathy of the Illustrious Potentate, Divan and Nobles of the Khedive Shrine is extended to the family and friends. • Brodie M Williams, Jr. - 4/30

• John K. Oast - 5/22

• Johnny B. Joannou - 5/6

• Kenneth R. Cornwall - 6/8

• Willim G. Emerick - 5/9

• Richard C. Braziel - 6/8

• Joseph N. Scott, Jr. - 5/10

• Clifton S. Hunter, Jr. - 6/25

• Samuel E. Kovacs - 5/16

• Marshal E. Walters - 6/30

• P.D. Galanides - 5/16

• Donald E. Howard - 7/16

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67th Annual Oyster Bowl

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Khedive Event Reports

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Khedive Happenings

Oyster Bowl Report

By Joe Ramsey

By Chairman Terry Riley

ow can you believe we are this deep into the summer already? I must say Illustrious Sir Woody is doing a great job keeping almost everybody fat and happy. First off Kenny Askew and I want to thank everyone who assisted in making this year’s Rodeo one of the best ever. The finals numbers are not out as of yet but I am expecting big things. I would be remiss if I did not thank the “Good Lord” for two great weather days. When he has your back nothing can go wrong that cannot be handled. Now on to the good stuff; Right off we have the Khedive Auto`s Car Show on August 20th. If you like old cars this is the place to be because they have the entire back lot full of beauties. And best part of all, admission is free. Next we have the Seafood Feast on August 27th. Please, please, please sell tickets. The event will not be a success without everyone again pitching in to make it happen. The Swashbucklers Pig Pickin shows up next on the calendar on September 24th. Nobles this event is growing and growing you do not want to miss it. I am going to put a plug in for the Family Fall Festival on October 9th. Steve Sims who owns and drives the “Stone Crusher” monster truck has agreed to bring out his ride along truck. So instead of a hay ride we are going to have a monster truck ride. How cool is that? The last event I would like to mention is the Hillbillies Chicken Feast on October 23rd. Come on out and get some of the best chicken this side of Momma`s house. That is about it for now don`t forget to attend the Temple Business meetings and the Fall Ceremonial. We always need candidates. Yours in the Faith, Joe Ramsey

he 67th Annual Oyster Bowl Football Game is less than a 5 months away!!! The Old Dominion Monarchs will be playing host to the Florida International Panther’s @ Foreman Field Saturday, November 26th, kick off time has yet to be determined. Tailgating will begin 4 hours prior to kick off at the Kauffman Mall between 49th and 48th street next to Hampton Blvd. This year’s VIP Tailgate Gate Party will once again be headed up by Noble Andy Bell, so come out and see Andy and his crew as they will be sure to entertain you from 8:00 till 12:00. If you don’t get your fill of food and beverages there, visit Wayne Sherman and members of the Chesapeake Shrine Club as they will open the Oyster Pit once again inside the Stadium with a menu of Oysters and all the fixing’s available. This is the Old Dominion Monarchs 6th appearance in the Oyster Bowl with 4 victories behind them, they’ll be looking for number 5. The Monarchs losing to Florida International a strong opponent last year in regular season play 41-12 will certainly be looking to avenge that defeat. Nobles, once again we have 500 tickets to this year’s game for the low price of $32, so let’s make plans to come out and support the Oyster Bowl one again. We need to sell all of them by the 16th of November. These tickets will go on sale the first of September. See Anne Harriman at the front desk to sign up for tickets today!!! I’d like to thank all the Nobles and their ladies, Units and Clubs who came out and supported the Oyster Bowl last year through tickets purchases, donations and sponsorships, without you, we wouldn’t have a game. Thank you again for your continued support and May God Bless you and your Family More exciting news to follow!!! Terry Riley, Oyster Bowl Chairman

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MONDAY 1

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

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Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

11

Drum & Bugle Mini 18 Wheelers

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard Beach Bum Brothers

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10

Drum & Bugle Picnic

Drum & Bugle Franklin SC Autos Arab Patrol Scooters

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Provost Guard

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17

Cabiri Picnic

Camaros Drum & Bugle Chesapeake SC

Band Clowns Yacht Club

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

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23

24

Eastern Shore SC Drum & Bugle Peninsula SC

Band Motor Corps

Legion of Honor Suffolk SC Hillbillies

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30

31

Drum & Bugle

Band

Yacht Club Pote’s Cruise 21

28

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 5

6 Cape Charles Parade

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13

Virginia Beach SC

Roadrunners

Yacht Club Pote’s Cruise 18

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Yacht Club Pote’s Cruise 20

Tidewater SC Directors Staff

Autos Car & Craft Show

Divan Meeting 11 AM

25

SATURDAY

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27

ANNUAL SEAFOOD FEAST

SEPTEMBER 2016 SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY 1

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

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3

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10

Virginia Beach SC

MASA Parade

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

4

5

6

7

Drum & Bugle Mini 18 Wheelers

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

LABOR DAY

8

MASA FALL - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 11

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12

13

14

Drum & Bugle Franklin SC Autos Arab Patrol Scooters

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Provost Guard

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20

21

22

Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

Band Clowns Yacht Club

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

Divan Meeting 4:30 PM

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Suffolk SC Legion of Honor Hillbillies

Knights of Mecca

Eastern Shore SC Drum & Bugle Peninsula SC

Band Motor Corps

15

16

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SASA FALL - MYRTLE BEACH, SC 23

Swashbucklers Pig Pickin

TEMPLE BUSINESS MEETING 7:30PM DINNER 6:30PM

27TH ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC

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OCTOBER 2016 SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY 1 Motor Patrol Gala Peanut Festival Parade

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4

5

6

Provost BBQ

Drum & Bugle Mini 18 Wheelers

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

Williamsburg Airwing Desert Patrol

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

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10

11

12

13

KHEDIVE FALL FAMILY PICNIC

Drum & Bugle Franklin SC Autos Arab Patrol Scooters

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Provost Guard

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19

Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

Band Clowns Yacht Club

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

23 Hillbillies Chicken Feast

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Band Motor Corps

Suffolk SC Legion of Honor Hillbillies

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Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle Eastern Shore SC

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8 Masonic Home Family Day Parade

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KHEDIVE FALL OPEN HOUSE @ 6PM Virginia Beach SC

KHEDIVE FALL CEREMONIAL @ 9AM

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Directors Staff Tidewater SC

Williamsburg SC Spaghetti Dinner

Suffolk SC Fish Fry

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Divan Meeting 11 AM

PE EXAM - TEMPLE CLOSED

Drum & Bugle

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TUESDAY

THURSDAY

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Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

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Provost Guard

GRAND LODGE

GRAND LODGE

GRAND LODGE

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Drum & Bugle Mini 18 Wheelers

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SATURDAY

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

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Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

Band Motor Corps

Suffolk SC Hillbillies Legion of Honor

THANKSGIVING

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CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING & POT LUCK

Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle Eastern Shore SC

Knights of Mecca

5 Urbanna Oyster Parade

Virginia Beach SC

Divan Meeting 4:30 PM

Band Clowns Yacht Club

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FRIDAY

1

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Drum & Bugle Franklin SC Autos Arab Patrol Scooters

WEDNESDAY

19 Roadrunners

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2016 Rodeo Daddies & Moms

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Thank you Rodeo Daddies & Moms For Supporting Khedive Annual Rodeo WILLIAM G ADAMS

CLARENCE L CLODFELTER JR

HANSFORD B FLOYD

MANUELITO D ALIP

DAVID R CONNER

CHARLES R FOREHAND `

VINCENT P ANNARINO JR

ROBERT D CONNER

DAVID L FRANCIS

CLIFFORD N ATKINSON

M W COOK 3RD

PHILLIP R FULCHER JR

NICHOLAS AZARANSKY

JAMES C COPELAND

WARREN L FURLOUGH

ROBERT G BAGLEY PP

KENNETH R CORNWALL

DAVID E GASTON

ROBERT N BAKER 3RD

BRIAN C CRAWFORD

JOSEPH P GEORGE

JOHN B BARTLETT JR

ROY L CRAWFORD

OTHELO D GERVACIO

ALVAH L BASSETT

LAWRENCE W CROCKER

CARLTON L GILL JR

E LEE BAYNOR

EDD A CURNUTTE

FLOYD GOFF

JONATHAN L BECK

ALLEN P CUTCHIN SR

PETER J GORDON

CARTER M BORDEN

HAROLD L DAVIDSON

EDISON B GRANGER JR

HAROLD R BOWMAN

JAMES B DAVIS

JOHN F GREEN

CHARLES W BRADFORD JR

CARY S DAVIS

JOHN C GREENE

EARL F BRAY

KEVIN L DAWKINS

ROY T GREGORY

BERKLEY B BRISTOW JR

DICKIE J DAY

LARRY D GRIMSTEAD

ILL WOODROW L BROWN

DAVID M DENNY

OTTIE D GRIMSTEAD

JOHN D BROWN

MICHAEL J DIAZ

KIM E HALL

ROBERT E BROWN

DANIEL I DIXON

WILLIAM J HAMMETT

ROBERT G BROWN

SALVADOR A DIZON

HOWARD A HELWIG JR

WILLIAM P BURKE JR

AUBREY D DUGGER

CHARLES H HILSTROM SR

JAY S BURTON

CHARLES F EDWARDS

DON C HODGES

CHESTER A BUTLER

EARL W EDWARDS 3RD

WILLIAM E HOGGARD SR

DAVID P BYLER

JOHN C EGGERT

WILLIAM M HOLLAND

JOHN W CAKE III

EMITERIO M ENRIQUEZ

VERNON E HOLLOMAN JR

JAMES E CANTERBURY PP

JIMMIE R EXUM SR

HARLAN K HOLMES

JAMES A CASPER

DAVID R FAULKNER

JAMES R HOSKING

ROBERT S CLARK

PETRO B FICARE

DONALD E HOWARD

JAMES R CLARK

RONALD L FILER

JACK R HOWELL

If we missed your name we apologize. Thank you for your donation supporting Khedive Annual Rodeo.


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GRESHAM HUTCHINGS JR

GARY D MEYERS

BOBBY L SMITH

GEORGE INSLEY JR

DAVID L MONELL PP

STEPHEN H SMITH

CHRISTOPHER J JAEGER

KERRY R MOORE

ROY E SMITH JR

LAWRENCE M JAMERSON

JOHN A MORGAN JR

ALLEN SOKOLIK

THOMAS C JOHNSON

STEPHEN L MORRIS

HUGH E SPIVEY

RICHARD D JOHNSON

HERBERT L MYERS

RICHARD L SPORE

HENRY A JOHNSON

DAVID L NORTON

JOHN B STERRY

JOHN D JOHNSTONE

OSCAR M OBSUNA

ALLEN N STRIGLE

JACK G JONES

CLIFFORD A PARKER PGM

LAWRENCE L SUTTON

WILLIAM H JONES

ROBERT L PARKER

DUANE C TATE

THOMAS JOYNT SR

ELWOOD PASCHAL PP

JAMES L TAYLOR

ROBERT P KAYLOR

CHARLES V PATNODE

CHARLIE B TAYLOR SR PP

WAYNE E KELLY

PAUL W PENNYBACKER

WAYNE G THOMAS

R C KENDRICK JR

DENNIS L PHELPS SR

WILLIAM D TODD 3RD

ALTON W KINCHEN

ALLEN R PIERCE

ROBERT P TRAVIS JR

WESLEY S KING

JOHN R PIERCE

HERBERT H TROUPE

THOMAS H KING

JOSEPH B RAMSEY

JAMES A TURNER

ALVIN S KNIGHT

ELMER W RAPER

TRAVIS W TWIFORD

WOLFGANG W KNUEPPEL

EDWARD M RILEY JR

DERK VAN MARTIN

M DONALD KOLLATH

BUDDY L ROGERS

FREDDIE M VERAQUE

JOHN T KOONCE JR

FREDERICK W RUDIGER

JOHN R WARD

MICHAEL A KORB JR

JOSEPH T SALT

THOMAS E WEST

RAFAEL LARA

NICK A SANIDAS

HUGH A WEST

GEORGE W LAUTERBACH JR

RUSSELL E SAWYER

THOMAS J WEST JR

WILLIAM E LEHR

GILBERT C SAWYER

E STANLEY WHEELER 2ND

ARNOLD H LEON

MARK W SAWYER

JOHN W WHITE USN RT

REUBEN M LEONARD

DAVID W SAWYER

WENDELL A WHITE

G MARSHALL LEWIS

DWIGHT C SCHAUBACH

HARVEY A WHITE

JOSEPH C LINEBERRY JR

ALLAN K SCHUGELD

GERALD E WHITLEY

H JOSEPH LOWENTHAL JR

G W SCREWS JR

WILSON D WIDGEON

WILLIAM R MANIER

RONNIE L SHANK SR

WILLIAM R CASH JR

CLARENCE W MCCOY

RICHARD S SHOCKLEY

HUGH C WINTERS

ROY H MCKINNEY

HARRY C SLAUGHTER

RICHARD E WRIGHT PP

JOHN M MEDITZ JR

ROBERT D SLYCORD

LARRY W ZIMMERMAN

MARTIN D MEYER

CLIFTON E SMITH PP

FRED C ZIMMERMAN II


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Khedive Clowns

By Secretary/Treasurer Skip Patnode

By Joe Ramsey aka “Jingles”

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reetings from the Khedive Autos. Our annual car show on the 20th of August is fast approaching and we are busy getting last minute details ironed out. We are always looking for new members and more help. So if you have an old car, convertible, etc and would like to join our Unit or would just like to help with the many tasks at the car show, your efforts will be greatly appreciated! Come to our meeting, the 2nd Monday of the month, social at 6:00 pm and meeting at 7:00 pm. Since we are a car unit, we ride in parades, not walk. Our next parade will be the community parade in Cape Charles on August 6th. Then in September we have MASA competition on the 9th and the MASA parade on the 10th. We’ll see you on the street!!

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hings are moving slow around the Clown room these days as we slip into the dog days of summer. A few of the guys are catching a parade every now and then. On behalf of Harry Tew I would like to thank everyone who came out and assisted at the Rodeo. It is a rough job handling all those kids and any and all volunteers are appreciated. I would like to send out our thoughts and prayers to Bill Mainer as he goes into the hospital for a tune-up on the old ticker. Hurry back Bill we need you. That is about it for now. The only thing left is some of that good Clown barbeque. We are cooking up a fresh batch right now just for you. If you are interested in purchasing a couple of pounds just look up Chief Chef BoBo or any Clown member and we will hook you right up. Also if you want to just stop by the Temple and pick some up just see the Khedive go to guy, Leroy Lane, and he can help you out. As always Nobles we are always looking for more smiling faces to join our group. Just stop by one of our meetings on the third Tuesday of the month and get a feel for what we are all about. See ya on the streets. Keep Smiling, Jingles


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Chesapeake Shrine Club By Secretary Joe Ramsey

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reetings from Khedive Shrine`s number one Club. We certainly hope your summer is rolling along smoothly. The Club has really been hopping. Let`s recap: First off our May meeting was Ladies Night and it was held once again on the American Rover and boy did we have a night of smooth sailing, fun and fellowship. In June the Club took care of the concession area at the Rodeo. Many thanks to everyone who came out and worked the event we pulled it off again without a hitch. As if I expected it to be any other way. Great job guys and gals. I hope to see you all at the Seafood Feast. July was Father/Son/Daughter Night and it was truly a blessing to see so many smiling faces. August is again Ladies night and as is our tradition it is Crab night. So bring your knockers out and bust a few big ones open. September we will be dark but we are planning a Mack daddy of a hospitality room at MASA. Everyone will be there how about you?

CHESAPEAKE SHRINE CLUB “Dedicated to Helping Orthopedic Children”

Social 6:00 PM

Dinner 7:00 PM

October is 1st Vice Presidents night and the nomination of Officers. We are looking for a dedicated Noble to take the position of Sergeant at Arms. Are you that person? Attendance is still down at our regular meetings so if you think you have the answer to bring us back to life please give one of the Officers a call and we will help you put your plan into motion. Got to go now but remember your Lodge needs petitioners and your Temple needs candidates. Chesapeake Shrine Club 3rd Monday of the month social begins at 6:00 and the dinner is served at 7:00. We will leave the lights on for ya. Best Regards, JoeRamsey

“We are looking for a dedicated Noble to take the position of Sergeant at Arms. Are you that person?”

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Khedive Carts By Captain Elwood Paschal, P.P.

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E ARE GROWING!! A couple of new members have joined our Unit. It is great to see the different carts that the members have purchased. If you own a golf cart or intend to buy one, we are your Unit. Our only requirement is that the cart can be safely driven in a parade. The Carts have been busy in the past several months. We participated in the NATO Parade in Norfolk – providing transportation for our Divan members. We rode in the Pungo Strawberry Festival Parade (photos right). And finally, several of our members ventured to Union, WV, for the Farmer’s Day Parade. We also had a wonderful time at the Ceremonial Open House sharing the room with the Motor Patrol. As always, there was lots of good food, plenty of drink, and even more good times with great friends! Congratulations to our new Nobles. We welcome each of you and encourage you to join a unit – any unit – and be an active member of the Temple. Only then can you fully appreciate the grand purpose we are all here for – “It’s All About the KIDS.”

Williamsburg Shrine Club By Noble 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 Half of 2016. Noble President Tom Damon has successfully led us through six months and three important fund-raisers. We held our annual Golf Classic in May, as well as our first Paper Drive and our Spring Spaghetti Dinner. These events enabled us to turn in over $6,000 at the Spring Ceremonial. We’ll continue to work hard for the kids during the second half of 2016. Also at the Spring Ceremonial the Club was pleased to announce the addition of three new members to our Shrine family, and one Noble who transferred his membership from another Shrine Temple. We welcome Nobles Tom Lane, Warren West, Vern Dockins, and Jim Yates.

August 6 will be our Summer Ladies Night dinner/ dance with Music by Billy Mitchell, all are welcome, please contact Noble Dick Jones. If you can make it up to our neck of the woods all are welcome at our meetings. We meet the first Wednesday of every 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 at the end of the ramp; Make 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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Directors Staff By Director Watt Perley

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ongratulations to our 21 new Nobles of the Spring Class of 2016. Now Is the time to seek out and join a unit of Khedive Temple and become active in your Temple. As outlined in his article, in the second quarter Hi-Noble, our Recorder, Wayne Kelly has offered to “break the ice for you, plus give you all the details“ to introduce you to the Nobility. You can call him at Khedive Shrine Center, at ( 757 ) 420-4510. Thanks Wayne. Shriners Hospitals for Children has announced former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Mrs. Carter have become ambassadors for Shriners Hospitals for Children. They have appeared in a public service announcement, aired on cable TV, for our hospitals. Another ambassador for Shriners Hospitals is NASCAR car driver of the number 23 Toyota, David Ragan, who is a member of Oasis Temple in Charlotte, North Carolina. David participated in the Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, New Year’s Day on the Shrine Hospital float, with his Fez, lettered “NASCAR AMBASSADOR.” The float received the Volunteer’s Trophy in recognition of the best floral design of the parade theme for under 35 feet in length. David Ragan is following in the tire tracks of another NASCAR Shriner, David Pearson. David Pearson raced in NASCAR from 1960 to 1980, driving for the Wood Brothers, number 21 Mercury he finished with 105 wins, second only to Richard Petty with 200 wins, David is a member of a Shrine Temple in South Carolina, and is a member of their Directors Staff. Nobles there are 260 Nobles who have not paid their dues for the year 2016. The Temple has to pay the per capita and hospital assessment for all Nobles who are on the rolls as of 1 January. it is like the lottery, check your dues card for the winning number 2016. May God Bless Orlando, Florida.

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Drum & Bugle Corps By Assistant Director Richard Quintilone

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he Khedive Drum & Bugle Corps is gearing up for our second half year push with several events coming up. So much to do: Drum & Bugle Corps Picnic, Khedive Family Picnic, Khedive Seafood Feast, Drum & Bugle Stag Oyster Roast, Shrine Golf Tournaments, Oyster Bowl at ODU, “Footers Sports Bar” Veteran’s Day Ceremonial, Chili Cook Offs, MASA in Virginia Beach, SASA in Myrtle Beach, Urbanna Parade, Cape Charles’ Parade, Suffolk Peanut Festival Parade, Fall Ceremonial Parade, Christmas Parade, and our highly anticipated Country Club Christmas Social. We will be working at the TGIOV with Festevents. Come out and enjoy good music, refreshments and great food on the banks of the Chesapeake Bay with a great Ocean View Flavor. This is a great way to spend your Friday evenings during July through August. Bring a Lawn chair to the Ocean View Beach Park, 300 W. Ocean View Ave. across from Farm Fresh and relax. We send our greatest appreciation to the many Volunteers like George “Buddy” Barco (photo top right), Past Director (98-99) has supported and supplied breakfast and the freshest Fish. Chris Shackleford and his Fryer crew stepped it up this year helped make Our Fish fry a great success. Bruce Barefoot, “Auctioneer” raised the bar and the list of sponsors and supporters are too great to publish. We thanked all with a great gathering at “Footers Sports Pub” the following Monday. Please note that April 2, 2017 is our next Fish Fry. The Drum & Bugle Corps/Mini 18 Wheeler’s Golf tournament had great weather and partictpation on the Chesapeake Bay at the Ocean View Golf Club. All of the Golfers seemed to enjoy the pasta dinner. Open House and Spring Ceremonial proved to be a great feast from our Ladies of the Drum Corps (second photo from top). I was told by many who visited that It was one of the finest turnouts in a many a year. The food, drink and company were outstanding. Bruce Lowery demonstrated bartending skills never seen in any Temple. We welcomed in two new members from the Spring Ceremonial, Drummer Cesar Balot & Lady Marilow and our newest Horn Player Noel Corneja & Lady Janette. They are well recommended and of good report. We are still on the search for new members with fresh legs. The Drum Corps will be working hard this fall helping our children… That’s what it is all about. Please keep our Shrine children, sick and distressed in your thoughts and prayers. Many of our members are

addressing major medical emergencies that are in the hands of the creator of the universe. Please join us and asking his healing hands in our hour of need. May God shed his healing light, and All Good Children say “Amen.” Remember to give thanks to the men and women protecting our country, past and present. Please pray to protect those in harm’s way, freedom is not free. We would like to invite all Nobles to come out and join the Drum & Bugle Corps on Mondays, 7:00 PM. Take a moment to contact a Noble, bring him back to the Temple. We had the honor to play the National Anthem at the Khedive Shrine Annual Rodeo. It is always a great privilege to play in public because: “We Are the Beat of Khedive.”


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Hillbillies By Assistant Director Scott Slocum

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shout from the shack! Wow going into the end of this quarter has really been busy. A great time was had by all at the Pungo Strawberry Festival (photos top), that festival happens to be “one” of my personal favorites. Then on to the Rodeo. What an exciting time that was! A job well done and “Thank You” goes out to the Hillbillie crew and ladies that came out and worked the Rodeo. There are too many names to list but your participation is greatly appreciated. I would be remiss if I did not include Scott Trainor and his lady Wendy for their support at the front gate. Your efforts are also deeply appreciated. A very special “Thank You” goes out to Ralph and Ethel Ward. Ralph and Ethel have stepped back from the tee shirt sales they have done for so long. On behalf of the Khedive Hillbillies let it be known that we are proud of the two of you and for all that you have done and continue to do. God bless both of you! Happy 90th birthday Ralph! June 10th and 11th the Hillbillies celebrated the Spring Ceremonial. There was plenty of food and entertainment. Joe Singer, Andy Little, Ralph Ward, Ted Ellis and Joe Thorton joined up and entertained an enthusiastic crowd

Khedive Corvettes By Secretary/Treasurer Larry Wells

with country music. It was truly a pleasure to see everyone enjoying the food and music. Thanks to Nancy McAfee and my lady Teresa who helped make it all come together. June 25th we had our second Flap-Jack breakfast at Applebee’s on Kempsville Rd. Meal included Flap-Jacks, sausage, scrambled eggs and a beverage. This is a good way to kick start your day. If you were unable to attend there are more Flap-Jack breakfasts to come next year! June 26th was our family picnic and there was food and drink galore. Like the flap-jack breakfast, our picnic was well attended. Thanks to all who came out in support of our efforts. This article is written in memory of our Hillbillie brother Kenny Cornwall aka “Corn-Cob” who passed away June 2016. Even though Kenny was in poor health and wheel chair bound he found the strength, energy and passion to attend meetings and actively participate in parades as he was able. Kenny set an example for all to follow, for evermore shall you will be a Hillbillie and brother! Rest in peace Kenny. YITF Scott Slocum

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he year keeps flying by and will be over before we know it. Welcome to the new Nobles and we hope you are all having a great time. We have cars available to anyone interested in joining our unit so 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. 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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Knights of Mecca By Secretary/Treasurer Ed Meise

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resident Eddie Cantada opened our summer meeting of the Knights of Mecca at 6:30 at the Smoke BBQ Resturant and Grill on Warwick Blvd. in Newport News on Wednesday June 30th, with 20 members and Divan present. This was my first visit to this resturant, and I was impressed by the size of the meal and the favorable price. With the ladies present, conversations were lively. The only unfortunate part of the evening was that no one from Newport News or Hampton came to the meeting.

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Illustrious Sir Woody Brown saved the day with some flowery comments and his upcoming plans. We wished him well with safe travels as he and some Divan members traveled to Tampa for the Imperial Session, and we look forward to his report at the next business session. Vice President John Skinner made some observations and is looking forward to 2017. The club will again participate in the Seafood Festival in August. Our next meeting will be in Virginia Beach, details to follow. Membership in the Knights of Mecca is open to all Past Masters of Blue Lodges, If this is you, please call me - Ed Meise at 635-2927.

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reetings from The Khedive Shrine Golf Club, as stated in our last Hi-Noble, our season started out being a very wet one and so far we been rained out four of the 15 scheduled outing we have played. The weather is starting to heat up and we are hoping to have drier weather for a while so we can have more Tuesday golf outings. So far this year we have not had anyone make a Hole-In-One yet, but there have been some very close shots, which were within inches from going into the cup for a Hole-In-One. We played Greenbrier Country Club Gold Course on May 31, 2016 and before our play, Bob Boyd who is a member of Khedive Shrine Golf Club and a member of the Law & Disorderly Association presented a $1,000 check on behalf of the Law & Disorderly Association to Khedive Shrine Center’s Transportation Fund. The Illustrious Potentate, Woody Brown and Khedive Shrine Members want to thank all their members of the Law & Disorderly Association for their support and donations helping our Kids and the Khedive Transportation Fund. We played Sewells Point Golf Course on June 21, 2016 and after play we had Hamburgers & Hot Dogs for lunch for 116 members that played that day. There were a total of 128 signed up to play, but due to unforeseen reasons could

not play. At time this article was being written, we have a total of 21 schedule outings left for the 2016 season. Then we will be starting to plan for the 2017 season. The Khedive Shrine Golf Club at this time has 165 members on the roster and we are not adding any additional members, but we are taking prospective membership applications for the 2017 season. This means you will be placed on a waiting list for membership openings. Remember! Shriners will be selected first and then Guest members to fill any opening that become available. 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 Blind Hole: A hole whose green is not visible from the tee, thus requiring a player to rely on senses other than sight, such as the sound of an unseen golfer cursing after being struck by a ball, the smell of trouble, the taste of fear, and the feel of the soft moss during a crawl through the woods. Yours in the Faith, Khedive Shrine Golf Club Johnnie Chandler Jr.


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Legion of Honor By Past Commander Forrest Garland

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s always, the Third Quarter was a busy time for the Legion of Honor. On April 16th we celebrated our 56th Annual Birthday Ball at the Aberdeen Barn, North Hampton Blvd. We had a very good turnout. Our senior member present IALOH Adjutant Emeritus/ MASA PC/PC Ron Lee and Junior member 2nd CDR Dave Connor cut the Birthday cake. Special thanks go Lady Andrea for making the Birthday cake. Lady Barbara Holden presented a check for $2,000.00 to Ill. Sir Woody Brown for the transportation fund. The Golden Unit Wives Club has presented over $200,000. Entertainment was provided by Dick Meekins. On May 5-7 SASA Spring Ceremony was held in Richmond Virginia and attended by SASA PC/PC Don Super and Lady Phyllis, PC Forrest Garland and Lady Harriet, IALOH Adjutant Emeritus/MASA PC/PC Ron Lee and Lady Helen, SASA Adjutant/PC Peter Gordon and Lady Helen, SASA 1st CDR/PC Paul Pennybacker and Lady Nancy, and PC R.G. Brown. The election was favorable for SASA 1st CDR PC Paul Pennybacker to become

SASA CDR in September and SASA Adjutant/PC Peter Gordon was reelected. On May 14th we attended ACCA Temple LOH Commander’s party in Richmond at the Meadowbrook Country Club. At the May 25th meeting CDR Jones installed our two newest members Rafael Lara and Randall Reed giving us six new members this year. Keep up the good work in recruiting. On June 10th and 11th the LOH worked the Rodeo selling tickets. The following participated on Friday night: CDR John Jones, SASA 1st CDR/PC Paul Pennybacker, PC Jack Laursen, and LN Rafael Lara and on Saturday night CDR John Jones, 1st CDR Greg Gustafson and Lady Nancy, 2nd CDR Dave Connor, IALOH Adjutant Emeritus/MASA PC/PC Ron Lee, PC Forrest Garland, LN Rafael Lara, LN Willmont Griffin, LN Harold Campbell, LN Herb Hurst, and LN John Glauner and Lady Ida. Lady Ida also sang the National Anthem. On June 17th the LOH and Swashbucklers provide food for the

Spring Ceremonial and the Drum and Bugle Corps provided the bar. The following participated on Friday night: IALOH Adjutant Emeritus/MASA PC/ PC Ron Lee and Lady Helen, SASA PC/PC Don Super, PC Forrest Garland and Lady Harriet, Lady Judith Ewell, Lady Barbara Holden, PC R.G. Brown, 1st CDR Greg Gustafson, 2nd CDR Dave Connor and Daughter Jackie, LN Harold Campbell, LN Herb Hurst, and LN Randy Reed. On June 18th the following participated in the Spring Ceremonial Parade: IALOH Adjutant Emeritus/MASA PC/PC Ron Lee, PC Forrest Garland, PC R.G. Brown, LN Harold Campbell, and LN Herb Hurst. The Black Camel hit the LOH with the passing of LN Teodoro Dela Cruz and former LN Bill Emerick. We are always looking for new members. The LOH meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month in our Unit Room at the Khedive Temple. Social starts at 6:00 PM and meeting at 7:30PM. Yours in the Faith, Forrest Garland

SASA LOH Spring Convention-Richmond

Spring Ceremonial Clean Up Crew

Khedive Rodeo-Saturday Night

ACCA Commanders Ball-Meadowbrook Country Club-Richmond VA

ACCA Commanders Ball- Meadowbrook Country Club-Richmond VA

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i Nobles, The Khedive Motor Patrol has been very busy. On April 16th we had our 1st road trip of the season to the Outer Banks Bike Event. Felt good to get back on the road again. May 7th the unit supported a fund raiser for a Chesapeake Deputy needing help with his medical bills. It started at Bayside Harley Davidson and ended at Wild Wing Café in Greenbrier. It was an escorted ride which made it a no hassle road experience. Over 150 motorcycles participated. To thank our Ladies for everything they do the Patrol had a ladies night June 7th at Smoke BBQ Restaurant in Newport News. The food was great and a good time was had by all. Thanks again Ladies!! June 18th was the Khedive Spring Ceremonial. We had a great turn out for the parade with 10 Harleys on the street. We looked good if I say so myself. We want to congratulate and welcome the new candidates and encourage them to get active with the Shrine.

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reeting Nobles. On the 1st of May The Motor Corps held it’s annual fund raiser All You Can Eat Shrimp Feast and I am happy to report that this years event was by far the most successful fund raiser in Motor Corps history. Thanks to our cooking crew and with the help of Bethel 48 at the serving line we served well over 800 quest, many coming thru the line several times, without any shortages or delays. Our Ladies gift basket and desert sale was a huge success along with our auction, basket of cheer and our 50/50. We would like to thank the Drum and Bugle Corps and the

Competition practice is still going strong for MASA and SASA. It takes a lot of hard work to make it look so easy on the field. We hope to make Khedive Motor Patrol #1 again this year at Virginia Beach and Myrtle Beach. The Motor Patrol has two fund raisers this year. First we have a raffle for a YETI TUNDRA 45 COOLER full of cheer. This is to raise money for the Imperial in Daytona Beach Florida in 2017. Chances are $5.00 each and the drawing will be Oct.1st at the Motor Patrol Gala. Speaking of the Gala, tickets are available now. Cost is $75.00 per person. It will be held at the Khedive Shrine Center at 6:30 pm. See any member to purchase tickets or chances. The Motor Patrol meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month in our unit room at 7pm. Come by and visit. We are always looking for new members. Fraternally, Captain Roger Hartman

Scooters for giving up your time to help make this event so successful. I would also like to thank everyone with the Motor Corps for all your hard work and dedication, we could not put on an event like this without you. One of the best events of the year, The Khedive Rodeo was again a huge, fun and very successful event mainly because the Rodeo grounds remained spotless due to the efforts of the Motor Corps sanitation team. Many thanks to all for coming out to lend a hand. Well that’s all for now, we look forward to seeing everyone at MASA and SASA so until then never forget why we became Shriners. Ernie Ayers Past Captain

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Suffolk Shrine Club

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ello Nobles, greetings from surprising Suffolk. We had a busy Spring. In April we had a Oyster Roast and invited Blue Lodge members out. May was steak night at Suffolk Shrine Club. If you miss it, you missed a great time and steak. In May we hosted and catered the 33rd and 34th Masonic District’s Official Grand Master Visit, It was very well attended. The Grand Master gave a wonderful and enlightening speech. We are lucky to have such great leadership in our Grand Line. In June we cooked funnel cakes for the Rodeo. We had at least 15 different Nobles to attend and help. We appreciate your hard work and dedication. From our view, the Rodeo seems to be a success. We are looking forward to July meeting/social on July 27th, 2016. Social will start at 6:00 PM with Dinner at 7 :00 PM. It will be our Sudan Night. This year we have invited the entire Hillbillies Unit to come and socialize. The Hillbillies Band will be doing its thing and entertaining the crowd. We are excited about seeing our Sudan Brothers and the Hillbillies. We are looking forward to MASA and SASA. Look forward to seeing our fellow Nobles at those events. Yours In Faith, Hunter March President

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rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr to Nobles and All!! The Swashbucklers are sailing along. Had a blast at the Parade opener, the OV St. Pat’s Day Parade. We’ve had us some Shipwrecks too. A Shipwreck is a Party that formulates out of nowhere. Proud to say the Swashbucklers are steady growing also. We had several newbies come aboard in the past 2 Ceremonials. Mark Ye calendars for Sept. 24th. This will be the Khedive Swashbucklers 5th Ever Pig Pickin. We have the whole Temple, inside and out, so it’s rain or shine! Last year we held the 4th Ever in the midst of a powerful Nor-Easter. Can’t scare us Swashbucklers. Anyhow, I’ve babbled on enough. If you want to see how we roll, c’mon out to a meeting. We meet the 3rd Wednesday of each Month. We have an hour of fun and fellowship from 6pm-7pm. Then have a business meeting at 7pm. We’re in the Swashbucklers, Drum & Bugle Corps and Legion of Honor unit room. Arrrrrrrrrrrrrr, Domingo Del Black Captain 2016

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Mini 18 Wheelers By Noble Mike Johansen

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n the month of May, our Air Horns were silenced with the loss of three of our family members. On Friday May 6th Lady Barbara Kovacs passed away unexpectedly in her home while caring for our Noble Sammy Kovacs. Noble Sammy’s health had deteriated quite rapidly after suffering a stroke last July and then being diagnosed with cancer in January. On Sunday May 15th, Noble Sammy passed into the Celestial Lodge above. On May 26th, we also had learned of the passing of Lady Janie Gannon. Janie was the widow of our Past Captain Steve Gannon, and the sister of Barbara Kovacs. Barbara and Janie were both very supportive of the Shriners and the Mini 18 Wheelers. Please keep the Rigney, Gannon and Kovacs families in your thoughts and prayers. On Thursday May 26th, A Celebration of Life was conducted by Worshipful Master, Reverend Robert Foxwell of Kempsville Lodge Number 196 at the Khedive Temple. As a unit we would like to thank the many friends, relatives, the Nobility and Master Masons whom performed the masonic rights and took time from their families and jobs to help us celebrate the life of Brother (Sammy) Samuel Edward Kovacs: Sammy Kovacs was a very active member of the Mini 18 Wheelers since 2008. Holding a position as Sergeant at Arms, Sammy was always happy to socialize with our fraternal brothers and sisters and especially loved to entertain children. Sammy was always quick to share a smile, funny story or antidote with others whenever we gathered together socially or for a philanthropic

undertaking. Sammy was a husband, a father, a grandfather, a fraternal brother and a heck of a nice guy. His presence will be sorely missed and we pray that Sammy will rest in eternal peace until the Supreme Architect of the Universe calls us all together to our heavenly reward. With the cooperation of the weather, The Khedive Uniformed Units gleefully participated in the Strawberry Festival Parade in Pungo (photos top). To the best of our knowledge our trucks haven’t participated in this parade in about ten years. However, at Al Kinchen’s invitation, we enjoyed the welcoming back adulations from many Down Town Pungo residents and visitors. Lead by Noble Robert Collins, our mini convoy followed the Divan through the narrow parade route with air horns a blazing. To witness the joy on the faces of the children in the crowd was the highlight of our weekend. Our golf tournament at the Ocean View Golf Course in Norfolk was a rousing success. Congratulations and many thanks to the winners and our sponsors who took part in the tournament. As the Nobility looks forward to participating in the Khedive Rodeo fund raiser on June 10th & 11th, we take this opportunity to remind the membership that 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. May all of your experiences be happy ones.

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Provost Guard By Captain Wesley King

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rovost Officers continue to evaluate fund raising possibilities in order to establish the Provost with an alternate successful fund raiser in order to best support the Hospitals and Temple. Regardless of changes the Famous best BBQ will be available throughout the year from any Provost member. Watch the Temple Web site for information as it develops. Provost officers, members and ladies attended the spring SASA Provost meeting held in Charlotte NC April 14 -17. There were 8 members and officers present. Past Captain Mike Warlokowski received a surprise when he was moved up a year in line for the position of Colonel of SASA Provost (Nags Head here we come). Everyone attending thoroughly enjoyed the Hospitality provided by Oasis Provost which included tours of the Billy Graham Museum, Charlotte Motor Speedway, two fantastic meals Friday and Saturday nights and a luncheon for our Ladies. The Saturday night dinner was a Mexican Fiesta at which we had four of our distinguished members, Ills. Rick Underdown, Col. Alan Cannon, 1st Lt. Gwinn Dunbar and Sect/Treas. Larry Hale inducted as Happy Amigos (a picture hangs in the Provost room as proof). All returned home safely on Sunday. Provost, with 12 members, provided security and ID

checks for the Rodeo and wish to give Joe Ramsey and Kenny Askew a huge KUDO for a fantastically successful event for our Temple. An untold number of hours were given by both Nobles and their staff. If you see them pass on a thank you. Provost is preparing the marching unit for the MASA (VA Beach) and SASA (Myrtle Beach ) Parades. Provost won 1st place in Myrtle Beach last year. Plan to attend one or both as a good time is sure to be had by all. The Temple Hospitality room will be manned by Chesapeake Shrine, Provost and other units. There are dinners proposed for Friday and Saturday night for the Nobles. Plan on attending and enjoy the many festive events. Are you leadership material? Provost will be holding officer elections in November and those seeking election need to start politicking. Thought provoking: “A great leader is not necessarily one who does great things but one who gets people to do great things” Ronald Regan. Looking for a Unit? Join us on the second Wednesday of the month at the Temple. Yours in the Faith, Wesley King

Virginia Beach Shrine Club By President Scott Slocum

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reetings one and all, Father’s Day just passed and I hope each and every one of you enjoyed celebrating the day with your family. Speaking of family, on June 3rd the Virginia Beach Shrine Club presented our annual scholarship award to an outstanding scholastic achiever in the amount of $500.00. The recipient this year was Elizabeth Luokkanen. In attendance for the presentation were grandparents Fred

and Linda Rudiger and Elizabeth’s parents Kathleen and Jeff Luokkanen. Congratulations Elizabeth, you earned it! A date to remember! Sunday, August 21st from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM is our annual family picnic at Munden Point. Please plan on bringing your favorite dish and celebrating friends and family on this day. YITF, Scott


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Tidewater Shrine Club By Treasurer Scott Traner

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reetings my fellow Nobles, well as I have heard and said in the last few months, “WOW “ it’s too cold and rainy, OOP’s it is so hot I can’t stand it. Well the weather for the Rodeo was perfect for both days and I was excited to see so many people, including young ones, out for the show. My Lady and I worked the front gate both nights and what we saw was a well-oiled machine at work. All the Nobles and their Ladies who worked as usual did a wonderful job, but we would be remiss in not giving Joe Ramsey super credit. He is definitely a work HORSE, I don’t know where he gets the energy but he is in on everything and usually as one of the top guys. He truly makes a difference in the Temple. The Tidewater Shrine Club had another successful onion drive thanks to the brothers and I believe we were lucky enough to have supported some of our fellow clubs with their sales. We had our Ladies Night on June 20th at Good fellows in Gloucester and we had over 50 in attendance for a night of saying thank you for all you do in supporting the men.

The picnic was held on the 25th of June at Woody James and Nancy’s house. This was the third time they have hosted this event and the only thing better than the picnic was their welcome, so much work but so much welcomeness. Thank you James. While saying thank you to them I would like a little special recognition for Noble Jon Beck. As I mentioned last quarter we are so lucky to have Shriners that go over and above what is expected. Jon has been President numerous times and is always a go to guy no matter if is selling onions, getting halls for big meetings or just realizing things we need to do. I have to say I am proud to know him and consider him my brother and my friend. Thanks Jon for all you do. We will stay busy over here trying to accomplish everything we can for our children. Come join us on the third Thursday of every month at Nicks at the bottom of the bridge in Gloucester. 6:30pm social hour 7:00pm dinner. Hope to see you soon and always remember “Aint it grand to be a Shriner.”

Fire Brigade By Past Chaplain & Chief Rob Allen

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reetings Nobles! Hope everyone is having a nice summer so far! First, sending a special shout-out to Big Ed McAlpine for achieving his 100th trip to our Greenville, SC hospital!! He has also made a great many trips to Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Boston as well. Thanks for “walking the walk” and making us all proud and CONGRATULATIONS! Last quarter I spoke about getting back into the game by coming out to some meetings, parades and events; happy to say that we are moving in the right direction! Our meetings are fun again; especially the fellowship afterwards. Also, we had a great turnout at the Rodeo this year. Without a doubt, we are all now professional-grade Snow Cone engineers (photos top). There’s never a line too long, a combination of flavors too complex or a customer with enough red tickets! :) Great job everyone and thanks for stepping up. Once again, come on out and join us in the fun. 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!

Charity is a supreme virtue, and the great channel through which the mercy of God is passed on to mankind. It is the virtue that unites men and inspires their noblest efforts. — Conrad Hilton 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) (Home) 426-6134 (Cell) 560-9746 fire4bills@cox.net and Chief - Josh Ramsey Joshua.Ramsey@hii-nns.com


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Yacht Club Commodore Clyde Dixon

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n Sunday May 29, 2016. The Khedive Yacht Club (KYC), held its annual Memorial Day Ceremony at the Kings Creek Marina, in Historic Cape Charles Virginia. The KYC has Held this ceremony for many years. We may be the only Khedive Shrine Unit or Club That regularly holds a Memorial Day ceremony. This years ceremony was well attended by members of the Club and their Ladies. Also, some members and ladies of the Virginia Beach Yacht Club, as well as other patrons from the marina attended. This year We performed our version of the U.S. Navy’s “Two Bell” ceremony that pays respect and honors fallen or past Shipmates. Following the ceremony we proceeded to the

Fleet Captain and Past Commodore Don Super and current Commodore Clyde Dixon stand ready to present the “Two Bell” Ceremony

waters Edge and placed a wreath of Honor in the water. After the ceremony we had a excellent lunch at the marina restaurant. The Khedive Yacht Club is a social club, you don’t need a Yacht to join. If you like being by the water with people who like to boat, you will like this club. If interested contact one of our members. A Special thank you to Cynthia Bull, John Bull’s wife for arranging shore support for the event. Clyde Dixon, 2016 Commodore Yacht Club

Immediate Past Commodore John Bull leads the procession of honor to the waters edge

The wreath of honor passes through the Side Boys on the way to the beach

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

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Peninsula Shrine Club By President Bruce Edwards

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obles, greetings from the officers of the Peninsula Shrine Club (PSC). As we get ready for our usual “dog days” of summer I hope everyone is making plans for good times; whether its vacation getaways, family gatherings or savory cookouts. Whatever your plans have a great summer. A TON of ONIONS, that’s what the PSC sold for our May Vidallia Onion Sales. That’s a lot of tears for someone but not us. Nobles this continues to be very important fund raiser for our Club. I want to thank everyone who participated this year and especially the Tidewater Shrine Club for letting us piggy-back off their fund raiser. Nobles I have sold onions for several years now and there seems to be a recurring key to a successful onion sale; establish repeat customers, start early with pre-sales before the onions arrive and participation, participation, participation from our members. I want to thank all members that purchased onions and all those who hustled to sell onions. You should be proud of your hard work and contributions to our fund raiser! For those that were unable to attend our May meeting our guest speaker was Julie Wysong, Sales Councilor for Chamberlin Waterfront Retirement Living. Ms Wysong made an informative and interesting presentation about retirement living at the Chamberlin. In June we had a successful two day “Paper Drive” at Pop’s Restaurant for the Khedive Shrine Transportation Fund. The rain held off and good weather prevailed. Many people who contributed knew about our work and thanked us. Many recalled their dads being a Mason or a Shriner. It is very heart warming to wear our Fez in public and represent the Shriner Hospitals. I want to thank those that were able to participate in the “Paper Drive.” We will plan another drive for later in the year. Please participate if you can! I want to thank all members from the PSC that attended the Spring Ceremonial at Khedive Shrine

Center in June. Especially Van Wilson, Richard Russell, Jerry Whitlock and Chuck Sutphin who mentored Billy Summerset, a new Khedive Shrine Noble. I hope we will be welcoming Noble Summerset in to the PSC soon. Our Fishing Trip Fund Raiser is also scheduled for June. It will be a fun day for members and the kids. I will have my grandson with me, hope to see you there. Lets keep our fingers crossed for good weather and lots of fish. I want to congratulate our own Noble Jerry Whitlock who has been awarded the “General Douglas MacArthur Award.” This award recognizes all Nobles who have recruited five or more Nobles as first line signers. Jerry thank you for your commitment to the Shrine and all you do to help me and the PSC, keep up the good work. Illustrious Woody Brown and the Divan have been visiting many of our Blue Lodges this year promoting the Potentate’s “Strength in Unity” theme. One reason for these visits is to get the word out as to what the Shriners are all about. If you have the opportunity to attend any of these meetings please do so. Stand up and introduce yourself as a proud Shriner. Many new and some older Masons are reluctant to join the Shriners because they do not know any Shrine members. Nobles we need blood! You could be the incentive that makes someone want to be a Shriner. Nobles I hope you share my pride in being a Shriner and what our Club does to support the Khedive Center and Shriner Hospitals. Remember, when you see the Shriner Hospital television commercials about the great work our Shriner hospitals are doing and the achievements our kids are making you are a part of that effort. I encourage you to participate, attend our monthly meetings, and enjoy the fellowship of our Masonic fraternity. “Together Nobles” Bruce Edwards 2016 PSC President


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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

FRANKLIN SHRINE CLUB ------------

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

HORSE PATROL

CORVETTES -------

FIRE BRIGADE

DESERT PATROL

CAMAROS

ARAB PATROL

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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

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

HILLBILLIES ----------------------------

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

MINI 18 WHEELERS -------------------

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

HI-NOBLE DEADLINE - 4TH QUARTER - SEPTEMBER 30


Hi-Noble Boosters

3RD QTR 2016

MOTOR CORPS

KNIGHTS OF MECCA ------------

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

LEGION OF HONOR -----------

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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 & CHERYL VALERIANO BILL & CAROL KERN, P.P. GARY & RUTH ANNE KING LEROY & NANCY LANE RAY & BRENDA MCLAUGHLIN BERY & TINA MELCHOR GEORGE 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

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 RITUALISTIC -- GREGORY T. GUSTAFSON DIVAN -- HARRY HUGGINS & JANE -- WRIGHT & JOYCE BELL -- COMMANDER JOHN JONES & ANDREA -- BOBBY CLARK -- JACK KINGSLEY & LAVERNE -- MITCH COHEN & CAROL COHEN -- PAST COMMANDER JACK LAURSON -- FRANK & LISA CRAFT & DEBBIE -- PAST COMMANDER RONALD LEE & HELEN -- ILL. SIR. CECIL & MARY DOUGHTIE, -- JOHN W. MALONE & ROSE -- PAUL & DENEEN DOUGHTIE -- DONALD MCBRIDE & ELIZABETH -- KENNETH & SONIA GREGORY -- ALTON MCKEITHAM & MARY -- JOHN KELLAM & YVONNE -- DAVID MEEKINS & GALE HEIMAN -- PAST COMMANDER MILTON MIDGETTE -- TODD & DIANE KNIGHT -- ROBERT P. OLSON -- PAST COMMANDER PAUL PENNYBACKER -- TOMMY & ROBIN LEE -- ROB & JAN LOCKWOOD & NANCY -- GARY & MAX NYE -- PAST COMMANDER DONALD SUPER -- STEVE & BECKY OWEN & PHYLLIS -- PAUL JR & MAUREEN SAWYER -- PAST COMMANDER REMY TALA -- JONATHAN & JENIFER STONE & GREGORIA -- WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL -- PAST COMMANDER EDWIN TISDALE VALERIANO -- PAST COMMANDER HERBERT TROUPE -- JEFFREY & WENDY WOOLARD & JEAN -- *PAST COMMANDER MARSHALL WHISNER BY GUIDA *DENOTES DECEASED

41 PROVOST GUARD

MOTOR PATROL ---------------------------

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 ------------

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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

THANK YOU HI-NOBLE BOOSTERS For Supporting the Hi-Noble


Hi-Noble Boosters

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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 SCHWE NDER 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

OCEAN VIEW SHRINE CLUB -------

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ALAN & CANDIE BROWN MITCH & BARBARA DUNSTON JOHN GLAUNER WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL VALERIANO LEROY & NANCY LANE LANK & BARBARA MALBONE

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ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL SKIP PATNODE FRED & LINDA RUDIGER RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER ALEX MARTIN & CLAIRE

---------VIRGINIA BEACH SHRINE CLUB -LES AKER & DEBBIE -- HARRY & MARY HONAKER -GERALD & NANCY ANDERSON -- JESSE & ERIKA HUGHES -CLIFF & EVELYN ATKINSON -- ED HURD -JOHN BAKER -- HAROLD & IRMGARD JONES -BUDDY & SHIRLEY BARCO -- BUDDY & TERESA KAYTON -JOHN & KAY BARNES -- WOODROW & JUNE KEATING -PAUL & KATE BECK -- GARY & RUTH ANNE KING -WRIGHT & JOYCE BELL -- THOMAS & ELAINE KYRUS -RANDALL BRACKETT -- WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL VALERIANO -WOODY & TERRY BROWN -- GARY & RUTH ANNE KING -JOEL & SUSAN BUNDY -- BILL & SHARON LAUTERBACH -JUNI & VENERACION CACHAPER JR -- RICK & BONNIE LAVRISCHEFF -JOHN & DIONYCIA CADDY -- JACK & DIANNE LAWLIS -JIM & BARBARA CATON -- HAROLD & NITA LEONARD JIMMY & JILL CLARK -- REINO & ANDROULLA LINDROOS -DAVID & VANYA CONNER -- EUFROSINO & JUANITA LUNA -PHIL & MARILYN CROMARTIE -- LANK & BARBARA MALBONE -ILL. SIR HERBERT & SYLVIA CURRAN -- ROYAL MADRY -DAVID & MARY DECOOK -- ERNEST & BONNIE MARROW -DAN & NANCY DIXON -- ED & DORIS MEISE -BOBBY & MODESTA DIZON -- RAYMOND & EVELYN MOUNTFORD -HERMAN DENNIS III & RUBY -- G. WILSON & JUDY NELLIGAR -PAGE & NINA EATON -- OSCAR & VIOLY OBSUNA -BENNIE & JANE ETHERIDGE -- JACK & GLADYS PALLETT -CHARLES & CAROL EVANS -- ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL CLIFFORD & HANNAH EVANS -- FRED & LINDA RUDIGER -WAYNE & MARY ANN FLORA -- JOE RUSSO JR. -FLOYD & GAYLEEN GILBERT -- CHARLES SCHWENDER & CHARLEE -CLAUDE & NORMA GREGORY JR. -- SCOTT & TERESA SLOCUM -KEN & SONIA GREGORY -- STEVE & JUDY SMITH -LARRY & BRENDA GRIMSTEAD -- JIM & MARY TAYLOR -OTTIE GRIMSTEAD -- RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER -BILL & DORSEY GURLEY, SR. -- HORACE & STACY VANNOSTRAND -KHALIL & LAURA HABR RALPH & DONNA VANNOSTRAND -LARRY HALE -- WENDELL WHITE -DON & KATHERINE HODGES -- JEFF & WENDY WOOLARD -BILL & MARION HOGGARD SR. -- MEMORY DECEASED NOBLES -THOMAS & SALLY HOPE SR. ---TIDEWATER SHRINE CLUB ---DAVID CROCKETT --BOB WILLIAMS ---PEPPER LOVE --ROB PARKER ---SCOTT TRANER --JOHN MARTIN ---FRANK BEVERIDGE --KEITH WEBB ---WOODY & NANCY JAMES --RICHARD RAWLS --CHARLES & JO ANN GARNER --BOB & LINDA TILLER --GARY COUNASSE --DAVID & RUTH WHITE --DAVID CONNER --TERRY PUTT --MITCH & BARBARA --BUCKY & MARIAN CLEMENTS DUNTSON --MARSHALL & BONNIE LEWIS --JON BECK --WOODY BROWN --THOMAS BECK --DAVID CROCKETT --THOMAS WOODARD --BILL LEARY --MARK COOK

HI-NOBLE SCOOTER PATROL 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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3RD QTR 2016

43

INDIVIDUAL BOOSTERS ---------------------------

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 MARTIN MICHAEL “ASHLEY” MARTIN BILL & ESTER MCCLARE DAVE MCCLELLAN

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RICHARD & ESTHER MCGUIRE OTIS MEEKINS RUSTY MILLER JOSEPH PARRISH BETTY PHILBRICK JOHN W. RAYFIELD JACK A. RICHARDSON GEORGE & JO ANNE RHUDY NORRIS & MARY ROBERTS JESSY B. SANTERO ALLAN & LOIS SCHUGELD TEENY SMITH ELBERT J. SPRUILL JOHN & JANE STERRY EDWIN & AUROA TISDALE PRENTICE G. TUCK, JR. EDWARD USITA JEREMY B. UTT MEL & PAT VENABLE ARTHUR WAHL JERRY & TODDY WALSH CAROL WICKS WILSON & LINDA WIDGEON WILLIAM JASON WILSON RICHARD WRIGHT, P.P.


27th Annual Golf Classic

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HI-NOBLE

FORMAT Four Man Florida Best Ball (Flighted)

REGISTER Register Early - Maximum 36 Teams

Soft Spikes Required

SCHEDULE 9:30 – 10:30 AM Registration 12 PM Lunch Shot Gun Start 10:30 – 11:30 AM Lunch Served Dinner Served Following Play

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Golf Classic Office - 420-4510 Golf Classic Fax - 420-5352 Website - www.khediveshrine.org

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Make Checks Payable to Khedive Shrine Center 645 Woodlake Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23320 Proceeds Benefits Shriners Hospitals for Children

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Single Player: $100 Team Fee: $400

Hole Sponsors: $100 Official Sponsors: $500-$2000


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

2016 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 HIGH PRIEST & PROPHET Oscar Obsuna (Violy) macxusn@yahoo.com (H) 483-5009 (C) 408-823-9622 ORIENTAL GUIDE Bill Hoggard (Marion) poppah@cox.net (H) 426-7110 (C) 435-4984 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.

APPOINTED DIVAN

OFFICIAL FAMILY

AIDES STAFF

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

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

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

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

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

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

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)

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

Freddie Veraque

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

HI-NOBLE 3RD QTR 2016  

The Official Publication of Khedive Shrine Center

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