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OFFICIAL

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67TH ANNUAL OYSTER BOWL FOOTBALL GAME Page 1 4 Saturday - November 26, 2016 ODU Monarchs vs FIU Panthers

RITUALISTIC DIVAN NEW YEAR’S EVE DANCE Page 4 4

wishes you a

Friday - December 31, 2016 Live Music by Coolin Out

ANNUAL SESSION FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS Page 0 4 Saturday - January 14, 2017 2017 Dues Card Required

RITUALISTIC DIVAN SWEETHEART DANCE Page 4 4 Saturday - February 11, 2017 Dance 8PM - Midnight

CHIEF RABBAN POTENTATE’S BALL Page 0 2 ANNUAL POTLUCK DINNER AND TREE LIGHTING SUNDAY - NOVEMBER 27 - LETTER WITH DETAILS INSIDE BACK PAGE CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY - SUNDAY - DECEMBER 18 - 1:00 PM

Saturday - February 25, 2017 It’s A Wonderful World Theme


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Chief Rabban Ball

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In This Issue

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FEATURES

UNITS & CLUBS

FEATURES

07 - Assistant Rabban

24 - Autos

12 - An Evening Out Formal Affair

22 - Calendar November - February

25 - Band

13 - Cape Charles Parade Photos

27 - Beach Bum Brothers

07 - Chief Rabban

29 - Chesapeake Shrine Club

06 - Chief Rabban Cruise

26 - Clowns

21 - Cavalier Garage

18 - Director of Transportation

34 - Color Guard

09 - Chesapeake Shrine Club

13 - Director Uniformed Units

26 - Directors Staff

20 - Greenville Hospital Report

31 - Drum & Bugle Corps

15 - Khedive Happenings

32 - Fire Brigade

12 - Franklin Shrine Club

09 - High Priest & Prophet

28 - Golf Club

44 - J & The Band

40 - Hi-Noble Boosters

33 - Hillbillies

19 - Hospital Trips Report

24 - Khedive Carts

44 - New Year’s Eve Dance Flyer

30 - Legion of Honor

16 - In Memory

32 - Motor Corps

11 - Maguire & Sons Autos

12 - Million Dollar Club Donations

37 - Motor Patrol

17 - Million Dollar Club Form

38 - Peninsula Shrine Club

43 - North Pole Letters & Keepsakes

10 - Oriental Guide

36 - Provost Guard

15 - Oyster Bowl Report

25 - Scooter Patrol

12 - Pro-Specs Home Inspections

39 - Petition for Membership

34 - Suffolk Shrine Club

08 - Ramsey Equipment Company

21 - Philadelphia Hospital Report

37 - Swashbucklers

05 - Potentate’s Message

33 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club

08 - Recorder’s Desk

35 - Williamsburg Shrine Club

44 - Sweetheart Dance Flyer

35 - Yacht Club

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

17 - Creekmore Hardware

08 - Jennifer Carr Photography 17 - Hoggard-Eure Associates

16 - Philbrick Inc.

16 - Retirement Readiness Kit 12- Suffolk Shrine Club 09 - Virginia Beach Shrine Club

ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS - JANUARY 14TH - PAGE 4 KHEDIVE SHRINE

MEETING S S E N I S BU Dinner: 6:30PM - Meeting 7:30PM S

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.

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

Thursday, November 17, 2016 Thursday, May 18, 2017 Thursday, September 21, 2017 Thursday, November 2, 2017


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Khedive Election of Officers

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THE ANNUAL SESSION OF

KHEDIVE TEMPLE

WILL BE HELD AT THE TEMPLE, GREENBRIER, CHESAPEAKE, VA ON

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017 AT 9:30 AM For the election of Officers, Representatives to the Imperial Council and members of the Board of Trustees, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the Temple. By-Law Article 325.11 (a) The printing, publication, circulation or distribution of resolutions, letters, telegrams, tickets or other devices; by a Noble suggesting, recommending, opposing or containing the names of proposed candidates for office in the Temple is prohibited. (b) For any violation of (a), the Imperial Potentate may suspend any offending Noble and he may declare the election of the officers void and order a new election.

2017 SHRINE CARD NECESSARY FOR ADMITTANCE - WEAR YOUR FEZ ATTEST: WAYNE KELLY RECORDER

YOURS IN THE FAITH, POTENTATE WOODY BROWN

RECENT PHOTOS

Khedive Divan in MASA Parade

Khedive Divan at SASA Myrtle Beach

Divan Ladies at SASA - Left to Right: Lady Violy Obsuna, Lady Valerie Howe, Lady Terry Brown, Lady Susan Coffman and Lady Marion Hoggard

MASA Photo - Left to Right: Past Potentate George Eason & Lady Jessie with Khedive Treasurer and Past Potentate Richard Wright


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Potentate’s Message By Woody Brown

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appy Holidays Nobles and Ladies, Wow, this really has been a very quick year. Lady Terry and I have traveled far and wide representing Khedive Temple this year. It really has been a pleasure. Since our last edition, we have had MASA and SASA Fall Conventions. Although back to back, Khedive took to the task and did very well. Congratulations to all of the Units that received trophies for their hard work. In October, we had our Fall Ceremonial. Nobles and Ladies of Khedive, let’s really show a great welcome to our new Nobles and their Ladies. It really makes a big difference if one feels welcomed. Everything we did this year went very well. I have to start with some very big thanks yous. Noble Joe Ramsey, I can’t thank you enough for all of your hard work. From the Rodeo to the Seafood Fest, then the Family Picnic. You are just the best. Noble Kenny Askew for all of your help with the Rodeo and cooking. If you didn’t have all the knowledge and contacts for the Rodeo, it wouldn’t exist. Noble Kent Daughtry and ALL of his Chefs. You guys have really set the bar very high with the dinners we have had this year. Thanks to you all for your support. Noble Al Kinchen, you did a bang up job leading the Units this year. Your leadership was superb.

Pote Woody at Seafood Feast

Noble Scott Slocum and Lady Teresa. You guys really make decorating a room look easy. Thanks for everything! Noble Stormy Thorson and Lady Linda. Words can’t express all the hard work that you two and ALL of your staff did in supporting Terry and me this year. It all just made things go very smooth….Thank You Very Much!!! Noble Scott Benton and Lady Amy McNab. I know I may sound like a broken record, but these two are just wonderful. They just had that knack to know when something needed to get done. Many Thanks!! To all of the 2016 Divan. It has been a pleasure serving and working with each of you of the past few years. I wish you all success in the years to come. Now to my Lady Terry. I really could not have done any of this without you by my side. You are my rock and I Love You dearly. Thanks Honey. Now, as I rejoin your ranks, I wish to say Thank You ALL for allowing me to serve this Great Temple for 2016. From our house to yours, MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!! YITF, Woody Brown Potentate 2016

MASA Photo - Left to Right: Imperial Sir Gary Bergenske. Pote Woody and MASA Sec/Tres. Ill. Sir Ron Klee

Pote Woody & Divan at MASA


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Chief Rabban Cruise

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Chief Rabban By John Howe

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reetings Nobles, temperatures are finally falling signaling that Fall is upon us. The leaves are already beginning to turn color on some of the trees here on the Peninsula, and will soon begin to fall. It’s the time of year when the dues notices start rolling in, and the Shriners notice will be among them. Please remember that you need to maintain your dues in both the Blue Lodge AND the Shrine, and for 2017, both are due before the end of this year. I urge everyone to pay your dues on time. Please remember that the 10-day cruise to Alaska will be departing from Vancouver, BC on June 18, 2017. We’ll be aboard the Holland America ship M/S NOORDAM, cruising the inside passage for seven days, then spending two days in Denali National Park and one day in Anchorage. We’ll fly home

from there on June 28th, or you can opt to stay longer if you desire. Our travel agent has advised us that the ship is filling up. If you are planning on joining us, I recommend that you contact our agent, Mike Saylor, at 610-779-8640. Once again, 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. At the September business meeting, our architect presented the plans for the renovation of the lobby, club room and lobby toilets. By the time that you read this, work should be well along. This is a major project that will add to the appeal of our facility and definitely improve the first impression factor. As always, Val and I look forward to seeing you at the various functions and fundraisers, as well as the upcoming Christmas parties. Please feel free to e-mail or call me with any questions or comments. Yours in the Faith John Howe Chief Rabban

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Assistant Rabban By Mike Coffman

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reetings Nobles, It is hard to believe that the year is almost at an end. We had a very successful MASA and SASA conventions this year and many trophies won by our units. The Temple Business meeting and Fall Ceremonial will be held on October 14-15. As always we still need new candidates for the fall class. The Oyster Bowl will be held on November 26th. If you need tickets please call Anne at the office or see any Divan member. On Sunday the 27th. We will have the Tree Lighting and Pot luck dinner to kick off the Official Holiday Season. If you have a

Request for a Divan member to install your officers, please let the Potentate know as soon as you can so the schedule can be set. Susan and I would like to Thank Illustrious Sir. Woody and Lady Terry for the leadership and hard work in making 2016 a Great Year. Finally, as we approach the Holiday Season, Susan and I would like to wish each and every one of you a Merry Christmas and a Safe and Happy New Year. Yours in Faith Michael Coffman Assistant Rabban


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Recorder’s Desk By Wayne Kelly

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reetings Nobles ~ This year has flown by and is quickly coming to an end and it will be time for the Christmas Parades and annual Christmas parties and installations. I would like to thank Ill. Sir Woody for a great year. His leadership, and Lady Terry’s, have been excellent. I hope the Officers of all the Units and Clubs have accomplished all they had planned for the year of 2016. A word for the incoming Captains, Directors and Presidents, as well as the Secretaries and Treasurers, you all have a responsibility as a leader of your Club/ Unit. If you don’t know a requirement or have a question regarding a function or Temple Imperial By-Laws, please call the Recorder’s Office. If we don’t know, I can always call the appropriate person in Tampa and get you an answer. To all Unit/Club leaders, please send the Recorder a copy of all new Officers for 2017 as soon as possible after your elections are held. I will mail or put in mail slots in Unit rooms for each Unit/Club Captain/President a form called “Reports of Shrine Clubs and Temple Units Financial Statements,” better known as 990 forms. Please complete ASAP and mail it back to me with the supporting documentation that is asked for on back of the

form. The requirement is mandatory. This is your input for the year 2016 taxes we have each year for the IRS. Noble, now is the time to start planning for the Imperial Council, MASA, and SASA conventions. Deadline for the Imperial Council is February 1, 2017. That means that 1st night deposit has to be paid by then. However, your room binder fee (non-refundable) has to be paid now to reserve a room ($20.00). The form can be found @ http://khediveshrine.org/2017_ImperialDeposit. pdf. I would like to thank the Nobility for electing me to serve as YOUR Recorder. It has been a “learning experience” that I have thoroughly enjoyed. I believe that I have been able to meet your expectations. Once again, thank you! From all the personnel in the Recorder’s Office to all the Nobility of Khedive Temple, and the Ladies, we wish each of you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Don’t forget the Annual Business Meeting on January 14, 2017. Yours in the Faith, Wayne Kelly Recorder

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High Priest & Prophet By Oscar Obsuna

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obles and Ladies, Greetings. This year is going by so fast, I just cannot believe that we are entering the 4th quarter of this year. We had so much accomplished but let us not

forget the remaining important events that’s left in our calendar. Imperial Session went well. Our temple garnered more trophies at MASA and SASA. Congratulations to all our trophy winners. Let’s not forget to thank our Chief Aide Stormy Thorson and Lady Linda and Personal Aide Scott Benton and Lady Amy. And the whole crew of our hospitality room at MASA and SASA. They have worked so hard. The overall presentation, food arrangements and the hospitality were superb. Give yourselves a pat on the back for a “job well done.” Special thanks to the 35 new members of the 100 Million Dollar Club. Don Meyer PP, David Conner, Basilio Cachaper, Wayne Sherman, Rafael Lara, Lady Hillbillies, David Darden, Ralph Johnson, Miles Cochran, Jack Price, Arturo Bautista,

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Felix Isip, Oscar Gador, Jesus Paulette, Eufrosino Luna, Scooter Patrol, Russel Lambert, Charles Bradford III, Joel Bundy, James Casper, John Johnstone, Charles Lee PP Recorder Emeritus, David Monell Pp, Richard Naujoks, Danny Obsuna, Joe Salonga, Ernie Ayers, Lank Malbone, Jimmy Newby, Drum and Bugle corp and their Ladies, James E. jones Jr., Ike Enriquez, Gwinn Dunbar, Ed McAlpine and Manny Vergara. Your contributions will go, a long way to help our children in need. From the bottom of my heart thank you for your support. May God bless you all and may you have more blessings to come. Lastly, from my home to yours may you all have a “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.” Fraternally, Oscar Obsuna, High Priest & Prophet And my Lady Violy

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Oriental Guide By Bill Hoggard

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reetings Nobles, What a whirlwind year this has been. I cannot believe we are in the last three months of the year. July was busy with fundraisers, visiting the Clubs and Units and a joint meeting with ACCA at Tidewater Shrine Club. This meeting was filled with great fellowship, good food (especially the oysters) and great hosts. Way to go Tidewater Shrine Club. More visits were made in August. Ladies Night at Williamsburg Shrine Club which was a great evening with wonderful food and fellowship. Next we went over to Cape Charles for their parade. There were a lot of people on the parade route as they

are really glad to see us there. After parade we were treated to a great lunch in the Fire Station. We need to support this parade more. So many were asking where our other units were. The Auto Club show was a big hit again this year and our Seafood Fest was also a great success. We need to make this event a bigger fundraiser. This is only 1 of 2 Temple Fundraisers we have to help pay our bills. In September we attended Fall MASA in Virginia Beach. New officers were installed. ILL. Mark Mettler, President, ILL. Ron Klee, Secretary/ Treasurer and our own ILL. Joe Register, Third Vice President. Our Temple was successful in winning numerous Competition Trophies and 12 Parade Trophies. A big thank you and congratulations to all who helped make our Hospitality Room a big success and lots of good food and fun entertainment. Our trip to Myrtle Beach for SASA was great. We had raining weather on Wednesday but rest of week was great weather. Congratulations to ILL. Stephen G. Tucker, President. The SASA parade stepped off at 1pm on Saturday. This year we were the 3rd Temple in the line up so we finished early. Our Temple did not win as many trophies at SASA. We have two Nobles that hold offices in SASA Association, Noble Paul Pennybacker, Commander ot International Legions of Honor and Noble Mike

HI-NOBLE Warlikowski, officer in SASA Provost Guard. Our Golf Classic held on September 29th at Red Wing Golf Course was a great success. We had no hole in ones this year, but some low scores were acheived. The Classic was a sell out of 37 teams. If we had more carts, we would have had at least 40 teams. Golf was good, food was great and fellowship was outstanding. The committee and I thank all Contributers, Sponsors, Golfers and all others who had anything to do with helping to make this the success it was. Our Kids thank you, I thank you and Khedive Shrine thanks you. We are looking forward to next year. We had our Fall Ceremonial on October 14th and 15th. Then on November 5th we traveled to Urbana for their Parade and Festival. Our Temple Business Meeting is on November 17th at 6:30pm. Then the Units & Clubs Installations of Officers and Christmas Parties will be held. That will bring an end to this year. Nobles, this is the last issue before the end of the year. Lady Marion and I would like to wish you and yours a happy and safe Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. Yours in the Faith Bill Hoggard Oriental Guiide

2017 KHEDIVE YEARBOOK For 2017 Khedive will have the 2017 Potentate’s Yearbook. This Yearbook includes a Noble Directory in the back of the book. If you want to make sure your name is added in the directory please send your name, address and phone numbers to Anne at anne@khediveshrine.orgur Deadline To Send Names Is December 15, 2016


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Director Uniformed Units By Al Kinchen

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reetings Nobles, Time has swiftly passed by and here we are in the fourth quarter Hi-Noble. Since our last publication, we have seen MASA and SASA come and go, with some well-deserved trophies being earned both in drill competition and during the parades. I want to thank ALL the Units that participated in both of the aforementioned parades. October 1 we participated in the Suffolk Peanut Festival Parade. We sure enjoyed all the smiling faces and the “thank you” we always receive. A heartfelt thanks to Suffolk Shrine Club for providing lunch and fellowship after the parade. The Fall Ceremonial Parade on October 15, followed by the Uniformed Units Dance that evening, we hope you enjoyed. Wrapping up the official “Temple Function” parades on November 5th - the Oyster Festival Parade in Urbanna, VA. As a reminder, your Unit is welcome to participate in local Christmas Parades, however, a request must be approved by the Illustrious Potentate. Thank you again for your support this year. Yours in the Faith, Alton Kinchen Director of Uniformed Units 2016

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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

reetings everyone, I hope your summer has gone well if only a little too fast. I would like to thank everyone who came out and supported the Seafood Feast. I do not have the final numbers but hopefully we made a little money for the Temple. Now on to what is happening for the remainder of the year. First up we have what has become an annual event the Oyster Bowl which is on November 26th. Nobles we make quite a bit of money for the Hospital on this event. Tickets available in the Khedive office for $32 or a block of 10 for $250. Noble Terry “Butterbean” Riley and his staff do a great job promoting this event let’s help him out and support his efforts. Next up is the Christmas Tree Lighting and Pot Luck dinner on November 27th (letter inside back page). Throw one of your favorite dishes together come on out and get the holiday season started off right. The Children`s Christmas party with Santa will be held on December 18th from 1-4. Bring your children and or grand children out and enjoy the fun. Sorry I am not sure about a New Years Eve Party but there is a rumor that the Ritualistic Divan may be putting one together. As always check the Temple website for more info on this event or any other events that are coming up. In closing I would like to congratulate Illustrious Woody and his staff on great year and I look forward to see what John and Valerie have up their sleeves. I hope everyone has a safe Holiday season and a prosperous New Year. Yours in the Faith, Joe Ramsey

he 67th Oyster Bowl Football Game is 1 month away!!! The Old Dominion Monarchs will be playing host to the Florida International Golden Panthers @ Foreman Field Saturday, November 26th, kick off will be @ 3:30PM. Tailgating begins @ 11:30 AM at the Kauffman Mall between 49th and 48th street next to Hampton Blvd. This year’s VIP Tailgate Gate Party is being headed up once again by Noble Andy Bell and Harry Tew, so come out and see Andy and Harry and their crew as they will entertain you from 11:30 till 3:30. Have fun with your brother Shriner’s and their friends as they prep for the Big Game. They do such a Great Job every year. If you don’t get your fill of food and beverages there, visit Dave McClellan 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. Nobles, we do have a lot of tickets to this year’s game and tailgate party still available for the low price of $32 game day ticket (Blocks of 10 tickets for $250) and $10 for the Tailgate Party so tell your friends and family as time is running out and will not be available at the stadium. See Anne Harriman at the front desk or anyone on the Oyster Bowl Committee!!! Imperial Sir Jim Cain will be on hand Friday and Saturday to enjoy all the activities that surround the Oyster Bowl. I’d like to thank all the Noble’s and their ladies, Units and Clubs who support the Oyster Bowl through tickets purchases, donations and sponsorships, without you, we wouldn’t have a game Thank you for your continued support and May God Bless you and your Family See you at the Game Terry Riley Oyster Bowl Chairman

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• John Sumner - 7/27

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• Emilio Candelario - 9/19

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• John Shaw - 8/12

• Edward Solomon - 9/7

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Khedive Transportation Reports

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Director of Transportation By Cliff Atkinson

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hen comparing the number of trips this year versus last year at this time, we have 13 more this year than last year. We had 4 more van trips and 9 more commercial trips. Through the end of September, we have driven over 58,500 miles. We are having a good year. During this year, we have added seven new patients. During the Swashbuckers Pig Pickin, Keith Williams heard a couple talking about having to get a mortgage on their house to pay for their child’s operation for club feet. He called Nancy to ensure that Shriners Hospitals covered that condition. Nancy, along with a patient’s parents, described to them what we do. When Nancy left them, they were crying with relief and were going to call Greenville for an appointment. Nobles, keep your eyes and ears open for opportunities for new patients. Well done Keith! When donating to a specific Shriners Hospital, make sure that you designate your donation for a designated project at that hospital. A list of available project at Greenville has been emailed to all clubs and units. If you are donating to Philadelphia, designate your donation for

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Khedive Past Potentate Gets His Own Statue Ill Sir Buddy Bagley statue dedication October 5th at Chesapeake City Park. Buddy has done so many things to improve our community and help others. The city of Chesapeake has recognized his contribution to our community.

the “Navigation System.” This is a portable, low-dose CT Scan system that can be adapted for use in the existing E. R. environment. If you are donating to Cincinnati, designate your donation for the “Inpatient Rehab Unit.” Currently, when the patient reaches the Rehab point, they are released to continue that phase closer to home. Despite Cincinnati efforts teaching local professionals what rehab exercises are required, the patients and their families are not responding well to the change from Cincinnati to a local location. They prefer to work with the personnel at Cincinnati. As I have mentioned before, the big fundraisers for Transportation come at the end of the year so it is a guessing game how we are doing. Currently it looks like we will break even this year or be close to it. Once again, my thanks for your support in helping our efforts to get our kids from home to the hospitals and back. That being said, don’t forget our Temple. A lot of effort needs to be expended to keep the building, not only in good repair, but also looking like a place that the public wants to be at. Isn’t it great to be a “Khedive Shriner!”


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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

TOTALS/ MONTH Trips Patients

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

July

4

4

0

0

0

0

4

4

8

8

August

11

13

7

7

0

0

2

2

20

22

September

4

4

4

4

0

0

2

2

10

10

YTD

65

68

23

23

1

1

15

15

104

107

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Ladies of Churchland Baptist Church Photo courtesy of Roadrunner Lee Herrington. These wonderful ladies make quilts for patients at Greenville Hospital. Lee just returned from a trip where he delivered 80 quilts to patients. These ladies have made over 300 quilts for Greenville patients.


Report From Greenville Hospital Board Member

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Greenville Hospital By Jody Dudley

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ello Nobles and families, Greetings from Greenville. We have had a great year so far. Donations are up, as is Patient Care. I would like to take the time to thank you all for your donations and support. A special thanks to all the drivers for getting the patients to their appointments on time, and safely. I would like to let you know that three of our out patient clinics are up and running, Bluffton SC, Hendersonville NC and Johnson City TN. Anderson SC will be opening soon. Spartanburg SC is scheduled to open the first quarter of 2017. We are developing a patient education video for new patients and families to watch, in order for them to get an idea of what they can expect with their future treatments. Remember when you were young and nervous or afraid to visit the doctor? I have yet to see a patient who did not want to go to the hospital or return for the next visit. Heck, they don’t even want to leave the hospital when their appointment is over! That is when you know the hospital is doing something right.

My friends, how about trying all of these things together: fun, fellowship, temple patronage and hospital support? These four things are a great recipe for the success of our fraternity. Sometimes we don’t know which of these is most important, but they all are, especially when we can enjoy each others company while keeping the children as our main focus. We can easily get sidetracked and forget our purpose. As Thanksgiving and Christmas approach, let’s think of those less fortunate, and remember to be thankful for everything we have been blessed with. If I can help with anything regarding the hospital, please feel free to contact me. I will be glad to help in any way I can. Thank you, Jody R. Dudley Board of Governors SHC Greenville

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Philadelphia Hospital By Lon Weber

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s we approach our annual period of thanks, in addition to being grateful for our hospitals and the unmeasurable hope and happiness they provide our children, we ought not forget to all thank Mrs. Hale. Most of us take for granted that Thanksgiving was always a national holiday but it wasn’t. Until 1863, when Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation nationalizing the day, Thanksgiving was celebrated at random, according to the whims of local town or state governments. Probably Lincoln’s proclamation would have passed unnoticed if it hadn’t been for the zealous campaigning of Sarah Hale, editor of Godey’s Lady’s Book, she pleaded for 15 years for nationalization of the holiday. To promote interest in the day, she publishd a recipe to guide homemakers in

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Khedive Calendar of Events

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NOVEMBER 2016 MONDAY

SUNDAY

6

7

13

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

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3

Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

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12

Provost Guard

GRAND LODGE

GRAND LODGE

GRAND LODGE

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18

14

15 Band Clowns Yacht Club

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

4

SATURDAY

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

Drum & Bugle Mini 18 Wheelers Khedive Carts

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WEDNESDAY

1

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Drum & Bugle Franklin SC Autos Arab Patrol Scooters

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TUESDAY

5 Urbanna Oyster Parade

Virginia Beach SC

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Divan Meeting 4:30 PM

Roadrunners

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

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24

Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

Band Motor Corps

Suffolk SC Hillbillies Legion of Honor

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THANKSGIVING

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30

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING & POT LUCK

Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle Eastern Shore SC

Knights of Mecca

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67th ANNUAL OYSTER BOWL

DECEMBER 2016 SUNDAY

4

MONDAY

5

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

2

3

Directors Staff

Beach Bum Brothers VBSC Christmas Party

LOH Christmas Party

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9

10 Christmas Parties: Provost, Autos Desert Patrol

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6

7

Band Color Guard

Airwing Desert Patrol

Motor Patrol Christmas Pary

Williamsburg SC Christmas Party

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Autos Arab Patrol Scooters Franklin SC

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Provost Guard Divan Meeting 11 AM

TEMPLE STAG PARTY 5:30 PM

19 Christmas Parties: CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY Chesapeake SC Portsmouth SC 1-4 PM Clowns Cabiri Christmas Ocean View SC Party 4 PM Knights of Mecca

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Mini 18 Wheelers Khedive Carts

11

18

MERRY CHRISTMAS

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Christmas Parties: Drum Corps Scooters Motor Corps

Suffolk SC Christmas Party

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HAPPY NEW YEAR


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JANUARY 2017 SUNDAY

MONDAY

1

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

2

3

4

5

Drum & Bugle Mini 18 Wheelers Khedive Carts

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

Airwing Desert Patrol Williamsburg SC

Ocean View SC Directors Staff

8

9

10

11

12

Drum & Bugle Picnic

Drum & Bugle Franklin SC Autos Arab Patrol Scooters

Portsmouth SC Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

Provost Guard

15 MEMORIAL SERVICE 8 AM BREAKFAST 9 AM Official Family Orientation 10 AM

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19

Camaros Drum & Bugle

Band Clowns Yacht Club

Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers Divan Meeting 11 AM

CABIRI OV

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Band Motor Corps

Legion of Honor Hillbillies

CHESAPEAKE SC OV

Drum & Bugle Peninsula SC

EASTERN SHORE SC OV 29

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

6

7

13

14

Virginia Beach SC

BUSINESS MEETING ELECTION OF OFFICERS 9:30 AM RECEPTION 1 PM

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21 UNITS & CLUBS MEETING 9AM

Tidewater SC Directors Staff

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28

SUFFOLK SC OV

30 31 PENINSULA SC OV Drum & Bugle

Band

FEBRUARY 2017 SUNDAY

5

12

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

2

3

Airwing Desert Patrol

Directors Staff

FOUR TEMPLES MEETING

SATURDAY 4 FOUR TEMPLES MEETING

WILLIAMSBURG SC OV

OCEAN VIEW SC OV

7

8

9

Drum & Bugle Mini 18 Wheelers Khedive Carts

Band Motor Patrol Color Guard

Provost Guard Divan Meeting 11 AM

10 GRAND MASTER VISIT 36TH & 56TH DISTRICTS

11 RITUALISTIC DIVAN SWEETHEART DANCE

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Ritualistic Divan Swashbucklers

TIDEWATER SC OV

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Suffolk SC Hillbillies Legion of Honor

Tidewater SC Directors Staff

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Drum & Bugle Autos, Scooters Arab Patrol

Band Corvettes Fire Brigade

FRANKLIN SC OV

PORTSMOUTH SC OV

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20

21

DESERT PATROL PIZZA

Camaros Chesapeake SC Drum & Bugle

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27

Peninsula SC Drum & Bugle Eastern Shore SC

Band Clowns Yacht Club

28 Band Motor Corps

VIRGINIA BEACH SC OV

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25

POTENTATE’S BALL


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Khedive Autos

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A U TO S 2 5 T H A N N U A L C A R S H O W

By Secretary/Treasurer Skip Patnode

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reetings Nobles from the Khedive Autos. This is a busy time of year for the Autos. We just completed a very successful 25th anniversary car show with over 300 cars entered, 80+ trophies awarded, many outside vendors and our biggest inside craft show ever!! A big THANK YOU to everyone involved. We followed this the following weekend with another very successful Ladies Night with plenty of good food and fellowship. We had 9 cars entered in 5 different classes in the MASA competition with 8 cars wining trophies. We then put 10 cars on the street for the MASA parade. We didn’t win that competition but we sure looked good and had a good time! We also participated in the Temple Hospitality Room with again, more good food and fellowship! Our next parade was the Suffolk Peanut Fest. Again, I say, “If you don’t participate with a Unit or Club, you are just a dues payer and missing out on a lot of fun in Shrinedom.” Our meetings are the 2nd Monday of each month, Social at 6:00 pm and meeting at 7:00 pm. C’mon out and see if maybe we are the unit for you!! We’ll see ya on the street.

Khedive Carts By Captain Elwood Paschal, P.P.

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ime flies – the 4th Quarter Hi-Noble is coming out already. In a few months, the Khedive Carts will be a year old. We should have a party! The Carts have been busy. We participated in the successful rodeo and had a great time! The Carts ventured to the Eastern Shore to participate in the Cape Charles Parade – it’s small town America at it’s best! We had a delicious BBQ lunch served at the Fire House – great hospitality! We had a good turnout for the MASA Parade with six of us on the street (photos top). We congratulate our own Ill. Sir Joe Register on being elected 3rd Vice-

President of MASA. Myrtle Beach welcomed us with Tropical Depression Julia but we soon sent her packing and had terrific weather for the competition and parade. We are looking forward to the rest of the fall parades and the Fall Ceremonial. If anyone is interested in joining us, please contact any member of the Carts or just come to our regular meeting on the first Monday of each month. As always – “It’s All About the KIDS.” Yours in the Faith, Elwood Paschal, P.P.


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Scooter Patrol By Captain Jack Price

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aving experienced MASA and SASA, we are heading for the final parades. The Scooter Patrol squeaked out another Parade second place for both MASA and SASA. Unfortunately we were disqualified from MASA competition due to equipment malfunctions. We didn’t compete in SASA. Our LUAU (photos top) was very successful this year. We have only 1 parade left after the Suffolk Peanut

Fest parade on 1 October, the Urbanna Oyster parade on 5 November. Since the Urbanna parade is the last parade for 2016 let’s make a good showing for this parade. Those of you who have not participated in the parades this year make a special effort to attend the last parade. Support Your Unit. Don’t forget the upcoming election of officers in January.

Khedive Band By Secretary Kevin Gilbert

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e had a busy August and September in the Khedive Brass Band. We played a few gigs with the “Notables” band at Big Bands on the Bay this summer in Norfolk as part of their Sunday evening series. We also performed in Cape Charles to an energized crowd who said they couldn’t wait for us to return. We were busy as well with the Brass Band having performed in the MASA and SASA parades. We placed 2nd in both parades under the category of Concert and Brass Bands. Thanks to all our Nobles who participated in the parades and made this happen. I am told it is the first time in as long as anyone in the band can remember placing in the top three at both parades in the same year. We also scored quite well in the band competition held Friday morning for the Mid-Atlantic Shrine Band Association with an average score of 87.3 from the three judges. Some of the band members sat in with the Boumi Dance Band on the boardwalk at MASA on Friday and Saturday entertaining the passers-by with dance classics from Glenn

Director Jeff Davis and Band at MASA

Miller and other swing band favorites. We also played with the Drum and Bugle Corp at their hospitality suite and on the boardwalk at MASA and with them at the “Barrel” and then later on the patio outside the Sea Mist hotel for SASA. We have a full schedule of events remaining which will keep us practicing and performing throughout the remainder of 2016. If you have played an instrument in the past or just want to be a part of a growing unit, we are always looking for new members. We need a full time driver for the parades and can always use help with equipment and other things. We rehearse at the Shrine Activities Building Tuesday evenings. For more information, please give me a call at (757) 3391986 or Jeff Davis at (757) 831-1635. Es selamu aleikum, Kevin Gilbert Secretary, Khedive Band

Band and Drum & Bugle Corps at MASA

2016 MASA and SASA Trophies


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Directors Staff

Khedive Clowns

By Director Watt Perley

By Joe Ramsey aka “Jingles”

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his has been another uneventful year for the Staff, by not having to build for the Ceremonials, we kept in touch with our members,by the old outdated phone and emails. I want to thank all of our members for their support. We have not had a Traditional Second Section Ceremonial since 2 June 2012. I hope the Staff is not the only unit and Nobles that remembers their trip across the Hot Desert Sands, and over 90 years of Temple History. On 26 November 2016, Khedive Shrine will host the 67TH Annual Oyster Bowl Game. The Old Dominion Monarchs will be playing the Florida International Panthers. This will be Old Dominions 6TH appearance in the Oyster Bowl Game. with 4 victories, going for number 5. GO BIG BLUE. This game is for the benefit of Shriner Hospitals for our Children. On 1 August 2016, our Temple and the Staff lost a friend to all, Noble Robert H. Foxwell Jr.,P.P., he will be missed by all. The Directors Staff would like to wish everyone a Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Past Grand Master Photo Past Grand Master Wayne Flora presenting Roy Clark a Banjo made by Khedive’s very own Clown Bill Manier

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ummer is quickly coming to a close and soon we will all be complaining about the cold. Enough on that let`s get on with the good stuff. One of our very own members, Bill Manier, makes guitars out of cigar boxes as a hobby. He recently made one for Illustrious Roy Clark, who you may remember from televisions Hee-Haw. Most Worshipful Wayne Flora attended the Grand Ole Opera recently and presented it to Roy back stage. How cool is that? But wait that is not all. Right Worshipful Al Cutchin had the honor of presenting Raymond (Rainbow) Wimbrough his 70 year Veterans Plaque at Seaboard Lodge recently. From all of us, Rainbow congratulations on reaching this tremendous milestone in your Masonic career. Moving on, we had a good showing of Clowns at the MASA parade with one exception “BoBo” who could not attend due to a personal matter. I am sure Harry missed being there but not as much as the spectators on Atlantic Ave. Next I would personally like to applaud Dave “Gonzo” Davis this year’s Director for doing a great job keeping everyone up on all the Clown happenings. If we are lucky you will be Director next year. We still have a number of parades to attend as well as the Children`s Christmas party in December so don`t put up your make-up yet. Hope to see you around the town. Clown barbeque we have it, you want it, so come get it. Just contact Harry Tew or any Clown member and we will gladly sell you a couple hundred pounds. Or you can go right to the source and contact our main man Leroy Lane and he will hook you up. Now in closing remember this if you would like to light up a child`s face with your happy face then come on out we always need new members. Keep Smiling, “Jingles”


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Beach Bum Brothers By Captain Richard Rawls

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obles, Hopefully you all can relate to what I am about to say, especially if you have retired from a lifetime of work as many of us have done. You retire and think that you will have all the time in the world to do all those things that you were not able to do when you were working. Or, you take on a “small” job in your Lodge and find out that you are the only person doing the work. Thus is the nature of many of us today. As we retire, we think that we need to stay busy and we fail to learn a key word – NO ! In our daily lives after retirement, we need to be selective in how much we do and to focus our attention on those things that should mean the most to us. These include our family, church, our health and other activities we choose to be a part of. The Beach Bum Brothers Unit, still the only Peninsulabased Unit of Khedive, is made up of wonderful Masons who have ALL retired from the regular work they have done. And like many folks, they have kept themselves very busy with family, Lodge work and many day-trips or vacations. Nothing wrong with any of that and I know they are all enjoying themselves. Nobles, it is very difficult to be everywhere and do everything, but I hope that you all are able to set your priorities and do what is necessary to bring joy to your life. The Beach Bum Brothers continue to work hard to support Khedive and our Lodges and are always looking

for new members. Please take a look around your Lodge and see if there are any members that you feel would benefit from membership in the Shrine. Talk with them, let them know of the great work done by the Shrine, invite them to attend open Shrine functions and do what you can to encourage them to join. And after they join the Shrine, let them know about units like the Beach Bum Brothers Unit who ride those wonderful Segways and spread the good work of Khedive Shriners wherever they go. Nobles, I know this has not been the typical message that you have come to expect, but we need to do all we can to increase our membership in our Lodges and then in the Shrine. As Captain of the Beach Bum Brothers and member of the Membership Committee of Khedive, I strongly encourage you all to make your Lodges stronger and thus make our Shrine stronger. And if you are interested in more information about the Beach Bum Brothers Unit, please contact Noble Captain Richard Rawls (Richard@Rawls.com) or our Noble Secretary Bruce Edwards (ble822@gmail.com). We would be happy to talk with you. Fraternally, Captain Richard Rawls J. Richard Rawls 757-898-4484 (Home) 757-630-7774 (Cell)

Mid-Atlantic Shrine Association Photos

Scooter Patrol

Motor Patrol

Mini 18 Wheelers


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Golf Club By Noble Johnnie Chandler

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reetings from The Khedive Shrine Golf Club and by the time you get this Hi-Noble we will have completed our 2016 golf season and have started planning for the 2017 golf season. As stated in our last Hi-Noble, our season started out being a very wet one, but the weather started to shine and stay dry for our Tuesday outings. So far this year we have had four Hole-In-Ones’s made. The first one was made by Noble John Styron, on Sept. 13, 2016 on the Par Three hole # 7 at the Sleepy Hole Golf Course, the other three Hole-In-One were made on the same date at the Cypress Creek Golf Course in Smithfield, Va. Tim Schanken and Chuck Brewer made their Hole-In-One on hole # 7 and Richard Decker made his on hole # 13. “Way to Go John, Tim, Chuck and Richard”. The Khedive Shrine Golf Club is now preparing for the Club Championship, which will be decided after playing the selected golf courses, which are Cypress Creek, Bide-A-Wee and Cahoon Plantation. Our last golf outing for the 2016 season will be at the Ocean View Golf Club, Norfolk, Va. on November 15, 2016, at which time we name the Club Champion, give out prizes, and have election of officers and lunch. Also, the Potentate or one of his Divan Officers will install the New Khedive Shrine Golf Club Officers for the year 2017. On behalf of the Khedive Shrine Golf Club Officers and the Potentate, Woody Brown, wants to thank all the 13 golf Courses that allowed us to play their course this year and to the Golf Club Shriners and Guest Members

for another outstanding year. We also want to thank Anne Harriman for her support with the Khedive Shrine Golf Club website that she generated and maintains for the club. 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. Khedive Golf Club will be sending out newsletters to all current Shrine and Guest members in February 2017 for the upcoming season. The Khedive Shrine Golf Club Officers would like to wish all its Shrine and Guest Members Happy Holidays, along with a prosperous and peaceful New Year. 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 Dimples: Telltale patterns of tiny circular hollows on the covers of the golf balls that gives them aerodynamic lift and helps players identify a ball in deep rough as theirs even if it has changed its brand, number and logo. Yours in the Faith, Khedive Shrine Golf Club

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Chesapeake Shrine Club By Secretary Joe Ramsey

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s the year slowly begins to come to a close on behalf of soon to be Past President Dave McClellan I would like to thank everyone who supported the Club`s many endeavourers in 2016. From working the Oyster Roast to assisting in making the MASA convention a success, you guys and gals are the greatest. Please do not get lost, 2017 President Al Kinchen will need your help to make his year another successful one. Let`s recap a couple of our most recent events. The Club was extremely honored to present Paxton Dunphy a $1,000.00 scholarship check. Paxton is the daughter of proud parents Danny and Amy Dunphy and equally proud grandparents Butch and Leah Casper. We wish you the best of luck to you Paxton throughout your college adventure. The Past President’s Party held at the Aberdeen Barn was well received and enjoyed by all. Past President Wayne Sherman did one whale of a job organizing the MASA hospitality room at the oceanfront this year. All of the Units involved owe Wayne a round of applause.

The Shrine Club Christmas Party and installation of Officers held on December 19th will be on us before we know it. Wayne is running point on that as well so if you have any questions or concerns please reach out to him. That is about it for now so I guess I will close by wishing everyone within earshot a very, very Merry Christmas and a blessed and joyous New Year. Please remember the Chesapeake Shrine Club next year it is always on the third Monday of the month. The social begins at 6:00 and dinner is at 7:00. Why don`t you make it one of your New Year’s resolutions? We would like to fill the tables again just like in the “good ole days.” We will leave the lights on for you. One more time in 2016 remember your Lodge needs Masons and your Temple needs Nobles. Yours in the Faith, JoeRamsey

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Legion of Honor By Past Commander Forrest Garland

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s always the Fourth Quarter was a busy time for the Legion of Honor. On July 10th we had our Annual Commanders Picnic at the Rigg’s family farm. Special thanks go to CDR John Jones and Lady Andrea for a great party. The following also attended: PC Don Super and Lady Phyllis, PC Forrest Garland and Lady Harriet, PC/Ill. Paul Pennybacker and Lady Nancy, 2nd V-CDR Dave Connor and Lady Vanya, PC Jack Laursen, PC R.G. Brown, PC Bill Ervin and Lady Jean, LN Jack Kingsley and Lady LaVerne, LN Dave Cunningham and Lady Betty, LN Herb Hurst and Lady Gail, Lady Judy Ewell, and Lady Alice White. The catering was provided by Past Master Corinthian Lodge Joe Daigle and son Mike. On August 20th the LOH had a work party for cleaning and painting the trailer. The following participated: CDR John Jones, SASA PC/PC Don Super, PC Ron Lee, PC R.G. Brown, LN Herb Hurst, and LN Bob Olson. On August 21st the Past Commanders had their annual picnic at the Dockside restaurant in Virginia Beach. On August 28 the LOH

provided the liquor and worked the bar along with the Drum and Bugle Corp’s for the Annual Khedive Seafood Feast. The following LOH Nobles that worked the Seafood Feast were PC R.G. Brown, PC/Ill. Paul Pennybacker, PC Jack Laursen and LN Dave Conner. MASA was in Virginia Beach 7-11 September: The LOH participated in the In-Line Inspection and the team won the First Place Trophy. The team consisted of IALOH Adj. Emeritus Ron Lee, SASA PC/PC Don Super, PC Jack Laursen, PC Forrest Garland, PC R.G. Brown, and LN Herb Hurst. LN Herb Hurst had family in from Pittsburg that attended the In-Line Inspection. The LOH won the Second Place Trophy in the parade competition. SASA was in Myrtle Beach 1418 September: The LOH attended the SASA Legion of Honor Banquet and Installation of Officers. Congratulations go to PC/Ill. Paul Pennybacker who was installed as SASA LOH Commander and SASA LOH Adjutant PC/Ill. Pete Gordon was reinstalled as SASA LOH Adjutant. The LOH participated in the In-Line

Inspection and the team won the First Place Trophy. Lady Guida Marie Whisner, wife of PC Marshall Whisner entered into eternal rest peacefully on August 15, 2016. The family received friends at Holloman-Brown Funeral Home, Great Neck Chapel. Interment followed at Albert G. Horton Jr. Memorial Veterans Cemetery. PC Milt Midgette says it is time to start signing up for the Khedive High Noble Booster Program. This is his sixth year at running the program. You can send Milt your check for $10.00 or contact him at 757-4668412 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 Officers 2017

MASA Parade

SASA Parade

Seafood Bar Tenders - PC Laursen, PC Pennybacker, PC Brown and LN Connor

LN Herb Hurst and Lady Gail at MASA LOH Luncheon

MASA Luncheon 1st Place Trophy - PC R.G. Brown, PC Ron Lee & Lady Helen

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Drum & Bugle Corps By Assistant Director Richard Quintilone

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he Khedive Drum & Bugle Corps would like to thank Joe Harris for his leadership these past two years. He will assume more responsibilities next year as a “Past Director,” and the new Director will concur as we end another year and marching into 2017. We congratulate every Noble in the Drum & Bugle Corps for doing a super job and the 2nd place trophy at the MASA parade in Virginia Beach. We enjoyed playing at the Best Western Pool and an evening on the Boardwalk. The following weekend at the SASA parade in Myrtle Beach we received the 3rd place trophy despite Richards “Drum Rolling.” We played with emotions, pride, precision and exhaustion. Again: Congratulations on a job well done to all that committed to perform. We thank our High Priest & Prophet: Oscar Obsuna for donating our marching ascot to our parade uniform. Our new look and New Feet on the Street are welcomed. We thank everyone that helped at The TGIOV/Festevents this year. The Cape Charles parade was like a walk on the Beach. We can hardly wait till next year. We are grateful to Frank and Joe for pulling together the annual family picnic which was well attended with great weather. There are not enough accolades written that would express our thanks and appreciation. We look forward to the Urbanna Oyster festival Parade, Fall Ceremonial and Parade, George’s Oyster Roast, Christmas Parade TBD, Oyster Bowl at ODU, and our highly anticipated Country Club Christmas Social. We will be looking for more playing venues to increase our proficiency and get the Shrine word out. Contact Richard if you would like to host the Drum & Bugle Corps. One Past Director noted that “We play for food.” A special thanks for the Corpsmen that went over to Mike McGrath’s house and played for him (photo top). You could see and feel the smile on Mike’s face when he started playing with us. This was the first time he has actually played his Glock since his illness. He said, he really enjoyed us coming and playing, also wanted to thank everyone for doing so. And soon after he laid down his working tools as the Corps played Mike’s favorite song: “Disney’s, Small World.” Please keep our Shrine Children, Parents, Caregivers and Roadrunners in our prayers as they travel to their medical appointments. Let us pray that the greatest healing power on earth is our number one driver. Remember to give thanks to the men and women protecting our country. Please pray to protect those in harm’s way. Freedom is not free.

To our sick and concerned we have often said, “If you need anything, please give me a call.” Please call or better visit an ill or distresses Noble. We have to take care of our Nobles. You can make a member very happy and you will be the person that perpetuates a smile and brotherly love that makes our fraternity strong. May God shed his healing light on our Ladies and Families, and All Good Children say “Amen.” Take a moment to contact a Noble, bring him back to the Temple. We would like to invite all Noble’s to come out and join the Drum & Bugle Corps; it would give us great pleasure to see your feet on the street. Our meetings and practice are Mondays at 7:30 PM. Refreshments start at 6:30, ask Bruce or Chuck for the Shriner discount. “We Are The Beat Of Khedive.”


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Fire Brigade By Past Chaplain & Chief Rob Allen

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reetings Nobles! It’s hard to believe autumn is here again. The changing of the seasons always provides an opportunity for reflection of what we’ve achieved and how we can better serve others. I hope these words inspire many. “The only care that I shall share shall be the care of others, and on the road I’ll halve the load of overburdened brothers. I rather guess it’s selfishness that drives me to such actions, for in this plan I find I can forget my own distractions.” ~ John Kendrick Bangs (1862-1922) “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.” ~ Albert Pike “I’ve seen and met Angels wearing the disguise of ordinary people living ordinary lives.” ~ Tracy Chapman 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 Chief - Josh Ramsey Joshua.Ramsey@hii-nns.com

Motor Corps By Past Captain Ernie Ayers

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here has the time gone, summers over and here we are getting ready for the holidays. Since our last communication Motor Corps has participated in the Cape Charles parade and served up some of the best margaritas in town at the Khedive Seafood Feast, always a hit. On August 21 The Motor Corps held its annual outing at Top Golf in Virginia Beach. Can’t recommend this enough, what a great day. The food was outstanding, the staff could not have been more accommodating and except for a few we found out how bad we were at golf, but we all had a great time doing it. Many thanks to Past Capt. George Messenger for putting this event together. Motor Corps participated in both the MASA and SASA parades and competed in the obstacle course at SASA. MASA and SASA are always great events and great fun but

I think this year’s SASA (photos top) was by far the most fun we’ve had in years. Our hospitality room has huge and well stocked, the parade went off without a hitch and the entertainment was outstanding. We would like to thank our Captain Curt and his lady Viki from making this year’s trip to Myrtle Beach the best yet. Before the end of the year Motor Corps will participate in the Neptune Parade, Urbanna Oyster Parade and one our favorites The Smithfield Christmas Parade where we will hold our annual Christmas Party and installation of officers at the Smithfield Station. Well that’s all for now and since this is the last writing of the year all of us with the Motor Corps would like to wish everyone happy and safe holidays.


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Hillbillies By Assistant Director Scott Slocum

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ell, here we are in the 4th quarter and 2016 is winding down to a close. It’s been a good year for our Temple and so too for the Hillbillies. It’s also a good time to reflect on the past and take stock of what we have done and what remains to be completed. As time changes so do people and what they do, in that respect there are some folks that should be recognized by our unit for their invaluable service through the years. Bill Nolan, Ralph and Ethel Ward, David Swoope and Nancy McAfee. These individuals have put much effort into our unit making it a strong and better unit for all. Thank you for your time and commitment to our unit. No, they’re not going anywhere just reducing work load or focusing on new endeavors. As a Unit we experimented with a new fundraiser purposed by our Director Sam McAfee. Our breakfast fundraisers at Applebee’s were an absolute home run and shall be continued into the future. No pun intended but that was a sweet move on Sam’s part. Our family picnic was well supported and enjoyed by all. Plenty to eat, drink and be merry. Then on to a very well supported joint meeting with the Suffolk Shrine club with music provided by our very own Hillbillie musicians. The highlight of our festivities however was at MASA (photos top), where the

Hillbillies won a first place trophy. Then we celebrated the night away at the joint hospitality room, what a night to remember. Next we traveled to SASA for a great time and fellowship. The great news from SASA, we will now become an outhouse for the “Hillbillie Degree.” We will soon be putting on our own degrees, raising money for our hospitals and having fun. Now for something a little more on the somber side. We lost another good friend and brother in the Hillbillie unit, Don Howard. Best way to describe Don, he was a man’s man. Knowing the end was near Don refused to give up. He came to unit meetings and supported the unit in good old Don style. Don was battling cancer and absolutely refused to give up. Even at the very end Don refused to let cancer have even one win. You see, Don chose the time to depart, not cancer. Love you brother! This will be my last article for the Hillbillies as my time is up. I hope you enjoyed reading the articles as much as I enjoyed writing them. I wish you all the best as we travel into the holidays and 2017. Be safe and god bless. YITF, Scott

Virginia Beach Shrine Club By President Scott Slocum

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he Virginia Beach Shrine Club will soon bring 2016 to a close and will welcome in 2017. There have been many changes in the Club and I am sure more will come as we move forward. I want to take this moment to thank you for allowing me to be your president. Now it’s time for someone else to take the lead. I want to thank my BOD and officers for their support. One man can’t run this club alone - it takes a team. In particular I want to thank Phil Cromarti for his invaluable support this year. Without his support, there would not have been any banner sales. Until you actually try it you have no idea how much effort it takes to chair the banner sales. Thanks for your support.

We will enjoy our Christmas dinner and installation of officers December 2nd 2016. Dinner will be at the Virginia Beach Golf Club social at 6:00 PM dinner at 7:00 PM. Dinner will be served through RSVP. Please RSVP to William “Bill” Ramsey at (wbramsey1@aol.com). Look forward to seeing you there.

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reetings from the “Number One Unit” of the Khedive Shrine! We would like to congratulate Captain Chris Dell for an outstanding year as the leader of the Khedive Color Guard during 2016! Thank you Captain Chris and Lady Amanda for a great job – we really appreciate your dedication and effort. Nobles, as many of you know, our Color Guard is a very small unit. We are in desperate need of new members and would love an opportunity to talk to any noble, whether a new member of the shrine or old, about this great unit. As the “Number One Unit”, we are the first members of the Khedive Shrine on the street representing this great Temple, and we make every effort to carry those flags proudly. We provide our members with their uniform and our dues are currently only $25.00 a year! Any Noble or Masonic Brethren interested in becoming a member of this great unit that would like some additional information please let us know. We meet the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM (doors open by 6:30 PM) in our meeting room at the Temple. Active or former military members

Suffolk Shrine Club By President Hunter March

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uffolk Shrine Club has been busy this quarter. We have continued to work on our property. We have had numerous work days to improve the condition of our building. In July we held our Sudan-HillbillySuffolk Shrine Club Night. Since none of us can count that high, we stopped counting at 100 Nobles. We estimate that over 110 Shriners gather in Suffolk that night for great food and fellowship. The Hillbilly band did an excellent job of entertaining. The food kept coming and the spirits were flowing. Sudan brought a large contingency. Our Friends from the North and West, Acca Temple were also present. Many units and clubs from the Khedive

Captain Chris Dell leading his Color Guard Unit, which is always the first Unit representing the Khedive Shrine Temple, during the MASA 2016 Parade in Virginia Beach as well as nobles that can simply march/walk in count are more than welcomed. We have many flags that have not been on the street in years and we want to get them back out there and get them blowing in that beautiful breeze just like they did just a few years ago. Again – please consider helping the Khedive Shrine Color Guard continue to march proudly and represent this great Temple as expected. Fraternally, Pat Garrison - Secretary/Treasurer 757-724-1406 - pgarrison@cox.net

Temple showed up to support our event. Nobles it was such a pleasure to see our club full of Shriners. I wish all our Temple events had this much participation. Once again that you for coming out to our Sudan-HillbillySuffolk Shrine Club night. In August we held a Blue Crab Feast. We had a great attendance and everyone left with a belly full of crabs. We try to use these events to attract Blue Lodge members to Shrinedom. We also co-sponsored a bar at the Seafood feast. We did this along with Franklin Shrine and the Portsmouth Club. Thanks for all your help. September was a busy month with MASA and SASA. Our members went and supported both of these great events. Congratulations to all the units that participated and won trophies. We supported the Khedive Golf Classic as a hole Sponsor. Several of our member hacked their way around the course. On October 1st, following the

Suffolk Peanut Fest parade, we had lunch and refreshments at the Suffolk Shrine Club. Everyone was invited. Also, we had our “Famous Fish Fry” October 22, 2016. As a reminder in November the Suffolk Shrine Club will be Dark. We look forward to seeing you in December at our Christmas Party. Our party will be on the 21st at 6:00 PM. See you then. Yours In Faith, Hunter March President


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Yacht Club By Commodore Clyde Dixon

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hedive Shrine Yacht Club wins Burroughs Trophy! The Mid-Atlantic Association of Shrine Yacht Clubs held its annual Rendezvous in Crisfield Maryland the weekend of July 14-17. The Rendezvous brings together Shrine Yacht Clubs from nine Shrine Centers. Represented at this year’s rendezvous were clubs from Almas, Boumi, Crescent, Kena, Khedive, Lulu, Kismet,Nur and Zemo Shrine Centers. The rendezvous included lots of great fellowship, games like Bingo And Cornhole, remote control boat races, boat Padres, and boat Decorating activities. There was also a memorial service to recognize Those that “passed

the bar” during the past year. The weekend concluded with a banquet dinner at the Crisfield Heritage Museum on Saturday night. The Mayor of Crisfield joined us for lunch Saturday and addressed our group. He thanked the Shriners for the good work they do helping children. A highlight of the weekend is a friendly competition that recognizes the most active club in attendance. Points are awarded for the various activities and the club with the most points is awarded the Burroughs Trophy which moves from club to club based on the annual winner. Criteria on which points are awarded include such items as boat parade, boat decorations (theme based), remote control boat race, number of Nobles attending, number of boats attending, largest boat, smallest boat, best dressed club, and club with the most Nobles arriving by land.

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At the Saturday night banquet, MAASYC Commodore Travis Twiford Announced that the Khedive Shrine Yacht club was the recipient of the Burroughs Trophy for 2016. This is the seventh year in a row that the club has received this recognition.

Williamsburg Shrine Club By Noble Gary Palmer

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ere’s hoping that everyone has a pleasant fall and winter season. The Williamsburg Shrine Club has had a very busy 2016 so far. Our fundraising efforts have yielded good results for the kids and as we close in on the last quarter of the year our club is planning the second of our semi-annual spaghetti dinners, and our final paper drive. If you’re able to join us for some delicious pasta, salad, and garlic-bread, please come join us at the Capitol Pancake House on October 21 from 5 to 8 PM. It’s located at 100 Capitol Landing Rd. in Williamsburg. If the Mrs. says that you never take her anyplace nice, this is your chance to make it right. All funds raised from our Spaghetti dinners go to the Hospitals. Wednesday December 7 will be our holiday party dinner dance and installation of officers. We’ll again be at the Fords Colony Country Club, and will have DJ

Billy Mitchell with us to provide entertainment. All are welcome, please contact Noble Dick Jones for reservations. As this is the last column for 2016, all of us at the Williamsburg Shrine Club wish all our Masonic brothers and fellow Shriners a Happy Thanksgiving, a very Merry Christmas and Happy and Healthy New Year. If you can make it up to our neck of the woods for our meetings. We meet the first Wednesday of every month (except August & December) 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 ByPass Rd; Make right on By-Pass to the Holiday Inn. Fraternally, Gary Palmer


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he Provost had a relatively quiet third quarter with summer vacations and family activities being primary during July and August. The Provost family picnic in July was a huge success with over 60 family members and Divan present. Music was provided by the up and coming DJ Jenna Dunbar. Thanks Jenna. Grill masters Bill Lauderbach, Jeff Tuell and Jay White provided an abundance of hot dogs, hamburgers and hot sausages. Desserts from watermelons to ice cream sandwiches were plentiful. Clint Post, Gwinn Dunbar, Alan Cannon and many other members kept the drinks and food line well supplied. The Guard superbly handled the duties assigned for the Temple Seafood Feast in August. There were 20 members and 6 spouses working the fish, clams and french fries. A special thank you to the ladies who are always an integral part of Provost activities. Then, along came MASA and SASA. The Guard assisted in manning the MASA Temple Hospitality room along with Chesapeake Shrine Club and other Units. If you did not attend the hospitality rooms you missed a fantastic event from dinners Friday and Saturday nights to the unlimited bar and most importantly the socialization with our friends and Nobles who were visiting. All who manned the hospitality room deserve a huge thank you from all Nobles as the room was a tremendous success. We then participated in the Parade on Saturday with 13 Guardsmen participating and they blew away the competition for 1st place. Great job guys. SASA, in Myrtle Beach SC, a week later brought another parade and competition for the Temple Units. Provost had 12 members present and ready to march with the superior marching ability from MASA, however the Judges failed to see the excellence. As always a top notch hospitality room was established and manned throughout the weekend. Again the ladies kept the tradition of assuring we didn’t mess up on what was served. A special thank

you is extended to Allan Cannon and Gwinn Dunbar for loading, transporting and maintaining supplies including the return transportation to the Temple of all supplies. Thanks guys. Planning continues for the Urbana Parade (November 5) and the upcoming Temple and Unit holiday events. As the year rapidly comes to a close I began reflecting on the year and the many opportunities available to all Nobles. I have heard over the years the statement “what does the Temple provide for me and my dues/ fundraiser efforts?” I will admit I was one of those in the past until I got involved/attended Temple activities. As the old saying goes “you get out what you put in” and this holds true for Shrine. First and foremost we get the opportunity to provide care and opportunity for thousands of young children who would otherwise not have the opportunity to run and play. In addition I have listed (hopefully) the many free activities available to the Nobility: Four dinners at Business Meetings which includes our Ladies, Spring and Fall Ceremonials with hospitality rooms Friday night and a lunch on Saturday, hospitality tent at St Patty Day parade for all, Easter Egg Hunt, meals at the Rodeo, hospitality rooms Thursday, Friday and Saturday at MASA and SASA with plenty of food and beverages, Children’s Christmas Party, Fall Festival (Family Picnic) and Stag Party. The only requirement to enjoy these events is that you pay your dues and attend the function. As we continue to move forward with support of our Temple let’s make an effort to attend the many activities and get to know the Nobility. You may be surprised at the friendships you may develop. (My Lady and I have firsthand experience.) It will only cost you time and can make support of our children that much stronger. We are always looking for a few good men, come join us, we meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Temple. Social is at 6:30 PM. Yours in the Faith, Wesley King


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Motor Patrol

Swashbucklers

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016 is coming to a close. This has been a busy year for the Khedive Motor Patrol. The Patrol participated in the Cape Charles Parade on the Eastern Shore Aug 6th. It was a nice ride and the hospitality and food afterwards was excellent. Now on to MASA and SASA. All the practices paid off. Rick Patterson’s drone was helpful to critique our rides and it was also fun to watch. Between Virginia Beach and Myrtle Beach we won 11 trophies for Khedive Temple (photo top). Our unit and pit crew works hard to put Khedives name out there and it shows. Our next big adventure will be The Imperial Session in Daytona Beach July 2017. We have the opportunity to ride our Harleys on the Daytona International Speedway and have our pictures taken in Victory Lane. We will be competing against some of the top motorcycles in all of Shrinedom. They know we are coming and we look forward to the competition. Our Yeti Tundra 45 cooler and GALA fundraisers went very well and I would like to thank everyone for their support. This is my last Hi-Noble article and I would like to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season which is soon approaching us. On a personal note, I would like to say I have enjoyed being Captain of the Khedive Motor Patrol this year. We had a good year with everyone working together for our goal of being the best we can be. I am so proud of our Motor Patrol family. The Motor Patrol meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month in our unit room at 7pm. We are always looking for new members. Sincerely, Captain Roger Hartman

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rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr to Nobles and All!! I’ll begin by saying that the Khedive Swashbuckler’s 5th Ever Pig Pickin’ fundraiser (photo top) was a Great Success!!!! Thanks to all that supported!!! There are so many to thank I don’t know how to begin, but here I go. I’ll give it a shot. Thanks to all of the Swashbuckler’s families and friends, to our Sponsors, to the other Khedive Units & Clubs that jumped in and helped. (Hillbillies, Desert Patrol, Clowns, Chesapeake Shrine Club). The Chesapeake Sheriffs Dept, the groups that used our Event to have their parties, (NADEP 20TH Reunion, Elevator Contractors Union, The ILA) Thanks to The Jobbies for their outstanding soft drink service. Thanks to our 50/50 seller Kathleen Speak. Thanks to the Khedive Divan for 100% participation!!! I hope I didn’t miss anybody. Oh yeah, The Khedive Swashbucklers!!!!!!!! Great job Pirates and Ladies. The Swashbucklers are growing!!!! Since last quarter we’ve added 5 Pirates to the crew. Tim, Toby, Lester, Larry and Justin, Welcome!!!! Also, a welcome to our Pirates that have been sailing less than a year. Trey, Jo, Welcome Aboard!!! Least not forget our newest Landlubber, High Priest and Prophet Oscar. MASA was a blast!!!!!!!! Swashbucklers knocked down another 1st place Parade Trophy. Way to go Pirates!!!!!! We have our Ship, The Bounty of Hope looking great and our crowd participation is stellar!! Keep it up Men. Anyhow, I’ve babbled on enough. If you want to see how we roll, c’mon out to a meeting. We meet the 3rd Wed. 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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obles, greetings from the officers of the Peninsula Shrine Club (PSC). I hope everyone is looking forward to the fall season, cooler weather and the holidays. Football, homecomings, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah all give us many reasons to come together and celebrate. As we celebrate with our friends, family and loved ones please take the time to give thanks to our men and women in uniform and the first responders that serve and protect us. Also, be thankful for the many blessings we enjoy; generous to the needs of others; and mindful of our obligations as Masons. The PSC has moved its meeting location. Please join us the fourth Monday of each month at Joe and Mimma’s Restaurant, 5742 George Washington Memorial Highway (Route 17), Grafton, Va. The move provides the Club a large meeting room at no charge to the Club. An extensive menu of Italian food, pizza, sub sandwiches, beer and wine is available. Each member will order from the menu and pay individually for their meal (20% gratuity). There will be no preset meal price at the door. This allows each member to control their meal cost. Hopefully this will encourage more Nobles to attend. Our meetings begin with a social gathering at 6:00pm and meeting at 6:30pm. I look forward to seeing you at our next meeting. I want to congratulate Noble Stan Atkins for his continued effort in selling Shrine Plaques. The sale of a Shrine Plaque benefits a business by showing they care about the community and their customers. The money from the plaque sale benefits Shriner Hospitals. And we as Shriners benefit by getting our message out to the

public. As you can see it’s a Win, Win, Win for everyone. I encourage all members of the Club to participate in selling Shriner Plaques. Stan, thank you for your commitment to the Shrine and all you do to help me and the PSC. Keep up the good work! Our next Board meeting will be Monday, November 14, 2016, 7pm, at the Newport News Scottish Rite. I encourage all Board members and Club members to attend. One of the discussions on the agenda will be Club Officers for 2017. Installation of new officers will be at our December meeting. If you are interested in being President or Vice President of the PSC please contact me or Secretary Pete Eure. Nobles, this has been a fast moving year for me. It was a difficult decision to leave our long standing meeting place, but financially the Club had to make a change. I want to thank the Board members for supporting the move and their help throughout the year. Secretary Pete Eure, and Treasurer Van Wilson deserve the Club’s thanks for all they do for our Club. Also, Noble Jerry Whitlock has been a worthy Brother to me and the Club. Thank you Jerry for your advice and guidance. We had a very successful Onion Sale this year; Fishing Trip and Paper Drive as well. For all those Nobles that bought and sold onions, pulled a shift at the Paper Drive or went fishing with us, thank you! it was your participation that made this a successful year for our Club. “Together Nobles” Bruce Edwards 2016 PSC President

2017 UNIT & CLUB OFFICERS Nobles, please email your Unit and Club Officers for 2017 as soon as you have them so the Website and Yearbook can be updated for the 2017 year. Send to: khedive.shrine@aol.com or anne@khediveshrine.orgur


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

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

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

BEACH BUM BROTHERS -----

BRUCE EDWARDS ARTHUR GANDY ROB PARKER RICHARD RAWLS

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TERRY AND CHERYL BLEDSOE JOHN CONROY BILLY IRVING ASHLEY MARTIN & FIANCEE CHRISTINA CUMBO BILLY & GWEN MUTTER LANDIS & VIVIAN NEAL OSCAR & VIOLY OBSUNA DAVID & DEBBIE SAWYER LEON & MARGIE STOCKS HENRY STRICKLAND KENNY & SUSIE STRICKLAND KYLE & AMBER STRICKALND BUDDY & SAVONNE WHITTINGTON

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COLOR GUARD ---------------------

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

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

DRUM & BUGLE CORPS --------------

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

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

EASTERN SHORE SHRINE CLUB ------

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

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FIRE BRIGADE

DESERT PATROL

CAMAROS

ARAB PATROL

HI-NOBLE

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KENNY & DEBBIE ASKEW JESSE & BONNIE BELL BILL & YOLANDA DAVIS RANDY & CLAUDETTE DEAN GATOR 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 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 - 1ST QUARTER - JANUARY 23


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4TH 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 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 *DENOTES DECEASED

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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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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

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W.L. FENSKA, JR. 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 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

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DAVE MCCLELLAN 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.


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Saturday, February 11, 2017 Doors open at 6:30 pm Heavy Hors d’oeuvres 7 – 8:00 pm Dance 8 – midnight $25.00 per person BYOB

Silent Auction

Dress: Casual

Khedive Shrine Temple 645 Woodlake Drive, Chesapeake Proceeds from this activity are not for the benefit of the Shrine Hospitals or transportation. For tickets or information contact Cecil Doughtie 757-439-3374 or tidwtrpk@aol.com


Annual Potluck Dinner and Tree Lighting Greetings Club Presidents, Unit Captains and Nobles All, Every year all the Units, Clubs, and many individuals help with generous donations of money and toys for the Khedive Shrine Children’s Christmas Party. I personally would like to thank all those who contributed and made the Christmas Party a success last season. It’s that time of the year again and we are in need of your generosity once again. The price of toys has increased especially in the remote and higher tech toys the children play with now. The dues that are collected each year for the Units & Clubs Association do not cover the cost for the food and toys etc. We are asking for donations of $100 to $150 to fund the Khedive Shrine Children’s Christmas Party on December 18, 2016, 1:00 - 4:00 PM. “Please help us make this a happy event.” I would like to personally invite every Noble and his Lady to our Annual Pot Luck Dinner and Tree Lighting at the Shrine Center on November 27, 2016. The dress is casual with Fez. Social begins at 4:00 PM and Dinner at 5:00 PM. We ask that you bring a covered dish and a toy for a child. The Units & Clubs Association will provide beverages, a main dish, and veggie tray. Toys should range from infant to 12 years of age, up to a $30 value, unwrapped and in its original packaging. All toys will be wrapped for Santa before the Christmas party so Santa can give them to the children. Once again all toys need to be in original packaging for health reasons. Please no stuffed animals or used toys. Thank you again in advance for your support and I look forward to seeing you at the Pot Luck dinner. Please make checks payable to: Khedive Units & Clubs c/o Bill Batten, 645 Woodlake Drive, Chesapeake, VA 23320. Yours in Faith, Dave Norton Units & Clubs President 2016


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 TEMPLE DIRECTOR Watkins “Watt” Perley (Trina) (H) 424-3009 MARSHALL Mel Allmond (Gretchen) (C) 403-5380 CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD Wesley King (Nancy) (C) 354-6432 OUTER GUARD Gwinn Dunbar, Jr. (Lisa) (H) 588-6506 CHAPLAIN Scott Foxwell (Sharon) (C) 536-1659

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

PERSONAL AIDE Scott Benton (Amy) (C) 353-9403 ADVISOR TO POTENTATE William Kern, P.P. (Carol) (H) 587-1037 SCRIBE Ray Soltis (Connie) (C) 438-5248 HOUSING CHAIRMAN Wayne Kelly (Cheryl) (C) 567-4283 DIRECTOR OF UNIFORMED UNITS Al Kinchen (Sandy) awkinchen@yahoo.com (C) 373-4016 ACTIVITIES CHAIRMAN Chester Butler (Michelle) (C) 404-4208 DECORATIONS Scott Slocum (Teresa) (C) 427-6038 PHOTOGRAPHER Cheryl Emerick (H) 306-9427

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

HI-NOBLE 4TH QTR 2016  

The Official Publication of Khedive Shrine Center

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