VOLUME 36 36 • NUMBER • NUMBER 4 10 • • (PUBLISHED MONTHLY EXCEPT JUNE JUNE & JULY) & JULY) • • DECEMBER APRIL 2017
AL MENAH SHRINERS OASIS OF NASHVILLE DESERT OF TENNESSEE
P.O. BOX 78545 • NASHVILLE, TN 37207 • 615.226.7766 • 1.877.505.7764
During the Holiday Season,
more than ever, our thoughts turn
gratefully to those who have
made our progress possible.
And in this spirit, we
sincerely say Thank You
and Best Wishes for
the Holiday Season
and Happy New Year!
Divan of Al Menah
Your PR Chairman
Al Menah Temple
Al Menah Temple
Oasis of Nashville
Desert Oasis of Nashville
Desert of TennessEE
P.O.Box 78545 • Nashville, TN 37207
P.O.Box Phones 785451.615.226.7766
•• Nashville, TN 37207
The Publication Committee
The Publication Committee
The Divan/Board of Directors
Potentate The . ................... Divan/Board of Directors Frank Hester
Chief Potentate Rabban .. ................... . Horace Frank Perkins Hester III
Assistant Chief Rabban Rabban .. ..........Randy Horace Perkins Williams III III
High Assistant Priest Rabban & Prophet .. .........Randy . Scott Williams Jones
Oriental High Priest Guide & Prophet ............ . ......... Donnie Scott Drayton
Treasurer Oriental Guide ......................... . Donnie Wes Drayton Frye
Recorder Treasurer .. ...................Robert Wes Daniel
Editor Recorder ..................... ...................Robert Maurice Smith Daniel
Editor Published ..................... monthly except June Maurice and July
monthly except June and July
F. F. Hunt
R. R. Burr
*E. M. Kelly
*Ira E. E. Parker
S. S. Roberts
*R. C. C. A.
*R. R. R. Clark
F. Smith, Raine
F. F. Smith, Jr. Jr.
*W. A. A. Bryan
*W. Bush Hotchkiss
*T. A. A. Springfield
*R. E. E. Baulch
E. E. Doss
B. B. Hager
J. J. Vaughn
*T. W. R.
R. R. Jarratt
*Joe C. C.
*Orris E. E. Davis
*Hilry H. Shaffer
*John E. Patton
D. D. Whalley
* Jack Norman, Jr.
*Clyde R. R. S.
S. S. Whitley
J. J. White
Coleman Cooper Hayes
R. R. Dunning
*J. P. P. Foster
V. V. Cramb
Gay, Jr. Jr.
James A. A.
*W. B. B.
F. Scalf, Jenkins
*James F. F. B.
B. B. Jones
Jack C. C. P.
*Zack S. S.
*R. Parker Cook
*R. T. T. L.
James L. L.
D. D. Jones
B. B. Robinson
Ronny L. L.
E. E. “Jay”
“Jay” Scalf, III
* Jeff Deceased
Lady Tracy and I are humbled and honored to have been chosen to serve as
your 2017 Potentate and First Lady. We are thankful to have a Temple that
is so strong and has such great members and ladies. Our heartfelt thanks go
out to all of the nobles and ladies that have served and helped with the many
events and functions we have had this year. We could not have done it without
you and the support of everyone that participated and contributed their
time and talent. We wish Al Menah much success in the future and pledge our
support in keeping Al Menah the best Temple in all of Shrinedom.
Last month was full of many events and functions. The Ladies Extravaganza
was a huge success and raised $9,000.00. Thanks to Bill Chaussee
and Lady Janice for chairing the event and all those that worked so hard to
make it successful. Also last month we honored our Veterans by participating
in the Hendersonville Veterans and Nashville Veterans Day Parades and
we thank all who serve and have served in our Military. May God continue
to bless each of you. Additionally, we honored our Hospital Drivers at the
Annual Drivers Dinner. We can’t thank these men enough for all they do
in making sure our children are well cared for as we transport them to and
from our Hospitals. A special thanks to Billy Cullen for his continued dedication
as our Transportation Chairman and congratulations to Noble Everett
Vanhooser for being awarded Driver of the Year.
Parade season is upon us, beginning last month with our first Christmas
Parade in Springfield. Although the weather was a little threatening, we still
had a great turn out and enjoyed a wonderful hospitality provided by the
Robertson County Shrine Club.
This month is even busier with the hustle and bustle of Christmas Parties
and Parades. Be sure and get those machines and floats shined up for the
parades and put on your best attire for the parties and come out and have
fun and fellowship during this joyous time of year. We look forward to
seeing everyone at these events.
Our annual Patient Christmas Party is Sunday Dec. 17th at 2:00 PM.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to visit with our Shrine patients
and their families. Please remember that this party is for our Shrine patients
only and not our children. It’s a pleasure to see these children enjoy
the afternoon with Santa, Clowns and some early Christmas presents.
Lady Tracy and I wish each and every one of you a Very Merry Christmas
and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!!
Yours in the Faith,
“Pride, Passion & Purpose”
From the desk of...
CHIEF CHIEF RABBAN RABBAN
Parade season has started! The Veteran’s
Day Parade has passed. It is always
great to see the people come out
and support our Veterans and our
Country. Please try to make all the
Christmas Parades. It’s a great time
to show our cities and towns how
much we appreciate them and their
support they give to the Paper Sale.
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving
and Merry Christmas and always a
Happy New Year!!
Horace Perkins, III
HIGH HIGH PRIEST PRIEST AND AND PROPHET PROPHET
Well the holiday season is upon us. The
Christmas Parades have started and
Thanksgiving is over until next year.
Hope to see everyone sometime during
the parade season and at the upcoming
Patients’ Christmas Party. If you have
not experienced this party, then you
should come on out and see the miracles
that our hospitals have performed.
Kim and I wish everyone a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year! Safe travels..
. High Priest and Prophet
ASSISTANT ASSISTANT RABBAN RABBAN
ORIENTAL ORIENTAL GUIDE GUIDE
We have arrived at the season of Christmas
Breaking news from the land of OGG, in my
Parades and Holiday Parties. As of this
last letter I had made some observations
writing, we have already experienced
on the proficiency of clowns and their
fun in the Springfield, Manchester,
ability to compete such a simple task
and Dickson parades and looking
as throwing cream pies.
forward to more. It is great to
I find it my duty to print a correction
experience fun and fellowship with
on the abilities of said clowns,
our Shrine brothers and their ladies at
whereas I stated that the clowns at
the many holiday gatherings planned.
the circus only managed to achieve
We are looking forward to seeing our
a 60% hit percentage based on their
Shrine Patients at their annual party on
level of competence and ability - I now
December 17. Thanks to everyone who
must state that with 4 clowns working as
have given to help our St. Louis temple after the fire that a
ORIENTAL team, GUIDE 30 days
of planning, a victim willing to stand
ASSISTANT destroyed many RABBAN of the
Christmas gifts for their patient party.
perfectly still, and a working can of whipped cream - our clowns
Your generous hearts truly demonstrate that most importantly, can hit a target 100 percent of the time. I know, I know, you have
Christmas season is a season of giving.
to be wondering how can this be??? I can only say that just before
On a personal note, Lady Beth and I want to thank everyone the cream pie blocked my vision, I could see the lovely wives of
for the thoughts, prayers, and good wishes on the birth of our these goof balls making the final targeting corrections. There
beautiful grand babies. We will try not to annoy everyone too
much with pictures.
We wish for all of you a joyous and festive Christmas season.
you have it - a true account of the capabilities and competence of
our Clown unit
CHIEF RABBAN HORACE PERKINS:
Starting in January 2018, the Stated Meeting will begin at 7:30pm with
Unit Rooms open prior to the meeting. No Temple Dinner will be provided.
(Units may provide their own meals if they choose.)
Drawings will be held each Stated Meeting for special prizes.
There will be no cost, but you MUST be present to win.
You don’t want to miss it!!
As a benefit of being a Shriner, we are providing you with a pre-issue advance
notice of the availability of a unique and special firearm before it is released to the
general public. The Shrine Tribute Rifle is manufactured by Henry Repeating
Arms Company (“Henry RAC”) and sold through their network of retailers.
This rifle is not yet available for sale. However, it is scheduled to be offered for
sale to the public on December 13, 2017. You can find out more about Henry
RAC and the special Shriners Tribute Rifle by visiting www.henryusa.com. For
exact information on the release date, request a catalog and sign up to their email
listing for new releases.
Many of you saw images of the new Shriners Tribute Rifle manufactured by
Henry RAC at the 2017 Imperial Session. Attached are the images of that rifle as
displayed at the 2017 Imperial Session. You will note this distinctive Shrine rifle
bears our name, unique symbols and marks.
Arrangements have been made to have the first Shriners Tribute Rifle produced
in this special series displayed in our memorabilia room at Shriners International
Headquarters in Tampa, Florida
Gary J. Bergenske
A FRATERNAL NEWSLETTER November 2017
A Message From Your Public Relations Chairman
Dear Fellow Nobles,
I hope everyone here in the U.S. had a wonderful,
meaningful Thanksgiving holiday. We have much to be
thankful for – every day – from our families to being part
of the Shriners organizations, and having the opportunity
to improve the lives of children and families around
With the holidays and other activities, fall is always a
busy time for families, and it’s certainly no different for
our Shriners family. The Shriners Hospitals for Children
Open in Las Vegas concluded just a few weeks ago. We
want to congratulate the winner, Patrick Cantlay, and
thank our staff and the many volunteers for presenting
such a successful event. We also want to thank all of the
patient ambassadors for serving as standard bearers, and
for being such outstanding representatives for Shriners
Hospitals for Children ® .
Once again, we start the New Year with a parade. Our
organization will be represented in the Rose Parade in
Pasadena, California, on New Year’s Day. The parade
will be telecast live on several networks in the U.S., as
well as in Armenia, the Caribbean, Latin America and on
American Forces Network. It will also be shown at other
times in other countries. This will be our sixth appearance
in the legendary parade, which is an amazing opportunity
to potentially introduce Shriners Hospitals to millions of
spectators and viewers. Our float, Caring for Kids Around
the World, exemplifies our mission to help children,
wherever they may live.
And then, later in January, we gather in St. Petersburg,
Florida, for the 93rd East-West Shrine Game ® , which
has become as much a tradition for college football
as it is for our Shriners organizations. Your support by
attending, watching live, or volunteering has kept this
tradition strong and benefited our hospitals for more than
90 years. We look forward to seeing as many nobles
and their families as possible at Tropicana Field on Jan.
20. This event is a perfect time for Shriners to gather
together for our special brand of fun, as well as a perfect
opportunity to make new friends and share our pride in
being part of Shriners International with them, and invite
them to learn more. If you can’t be here in person, you
can still participate – encourage your temple to host a
watch party, and invite your friends and neighbors to join
you in watching the game on NFL Network.
Even though we haven’t even met Old Man Winter yet,
it’s not too early to be planning for spring. The Shriners
Hospitals for Children College Classic, a premier college
baseball tournament is scheduled for March 2-4 at
Minute Maid Park in Houston. The three-day, six-team,
nine-game event will feature the University of Houston,
Sam Houston State, Louisiana-Lafayette, University
of Kentucky, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt. The
tournament benefits our philanthropy, so please mark
your calendars for three days of great baseball.
All of these events play an important role in supporting
Shriners Hospitals and in raising awareness of both our
philanthropy and fraternity. People around the world love
both the Rose Parade and sports events of all kinds –
the media coverage and other opportunities provided by
these events are invaluable. We appreciate your support
and encourage you to attend if possible, or to watch them
As we get ready to turn the calendar to the last page for
2017, we wish you Happy Holidays, and hope you have a
wonderful, memorable time with your family and friends,
and an exceptional New Year.
Thank you for all you do for Shriners International and
Shriners Hospitals for Children. We appreciate your
efforts, dedication and commitment.
Yours in the faith,
Jim L. Cain Sr.
Imperial Chief Rabban
Public Relations Chairman
Paper Sale Donation from Kroger
On Monday, 7/18 Potentate Jeff Head and members of the Williamson
County Shrine Club were with Kroger Management at their Belle
Meade store where they presented a $1,000.00 to us for the Shrine
Hospitals for Children. The Kroger Manager was an acquaintance of
Scotty and Teresa Travis who put this together for the Al Menah Shrine
Hospitals for Children Paper Sale.
This is a portion of a message from Phyllis Berry, wife of this
Kroger Store Manager, Michael Berry.
Let me tell you, our son was a Shrine Hospital patient
and we are forever grateful The experience was an
awakening in humanity. The care was phenomenal. The
friendship my family made. The support from the men in
your fraternity was phenomenal. We thank you for all you
and your members do for children across the country.
Butch Mayes, WCSC
It is time to announce the winners of our Birdies for Charity challenge!
Shriners Hospitals for Children — St. Louis received the most donations
throughout the challenge and the opportunity to host the 2018 Shriners Hospitals
for Children Open® Media Day. The event will include an appearance from the
2017 tournament champion, a patient visit, press conference and meet-and-greet
opportunity for local hospital supporters.
A total of 1,429 birdies were made during the 2017 Shriners Hospitals for
Children Open. Congratulations to the individual prize winners!
Grand Prize Winner:
Terry M. guessed 1,433 (-4)
Two (2) First Prize Winners:
Donna B. guessed 1,424 (-5)
Richard M. guessed 1,450 (-21)
Four (4) Second Prize Winners:
James W. guessed 1,368 (-61)
Dan C. guessed 1,497 (-68)
Kathryn J. guessed 1,500 (-71)
Hadley D. guessed 1,500 (-71)
Thank you to everyone who supported us in this effort. You helped to raise
critical funds needed to continue to provide expert pediatric care to children with
orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries and cleft lip and palate
regardless of the families’ ability to pay. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Yours in the faith,
Gary J. Bergenske
Heroes always leap to action when they’re needed …And our Shriners Hospitals for Children
Heroes really came through on Giving Tuesday!
Thanks to heroes like you, we can be there for every child who needs us, regardless of their
family’s ability to pay. But your support does more than help our young patients receive lifechanging
You give kids like Brayden the courage they need to keep going. Six year old Brayden was
born with arthrogryposis, a rare condition characterized by stiff, contracted joints and
underdeveloped muscles. After a series of surgeries and intensive physical therapy, Brayden took
her first steps with the aid of a walker in September.
Since then, Brayden has made tremendous progress and is now capable of walking on her
own. Her next goal? To get out of bed by herself on Christmas morning.
We also had friends of Shriners Hospitals for Children sharing messages about their own
heroes, big and small:
"We love Shriners!! Such an amazing place that our daughter loves as well! They have
literally changed her life!"
"A great place that helps kids, all you see is smiling faces. Very inspiring."
"My baby has been blessed. She has severe scoliosis, kyphosis, and Beal's syndrome.
Thanks to the help we have received from Shriners Hospital, her quality of life was much
Let’s keep it going! You can be a hero for our kids all year long:
• Ask for donations instead of gifts for your birthday or Christmas
• Connect with us on our social pages like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
• Learn about other ways to support Shriners Hospitals for Children
On behalf of the children and families we serve at Shriners Hospitals for Children, thank you so
very much. You are an inspiration to all of us.
Gary J. Bergenske
Chairman of the Board
Shriners Hospitals for Children
P.S. It’s never too late to be a hero. Please make your gift to Shriners Hospitals for Children
I hope everyone had a wonderful
Thanksgiving. This year has really
went by so very fast. Now that we are
in the thick of the parade season, I
hope everyone can enjoy all of the
events coming up in this month.
This year has been a busy one, and
as it is drawing to an end. I would like
to thank the ones who have helped
me, and given me advice during this
year. We have many events coming
up this month, and I for one look
forward to seeing everyone during
this eventful season.
We have a wonderful effort we are
working towards. May we do all we
can for our mission for the Shriners
Hospitals for Children.
James “Puzzles” Chambers
As 2017 is winding down we will
soon be ushering in the 2018 New
Year! A big thanks to the supporters
of our dinner and auction this past
December 9th, 2017 will be our
Director Staff Christmas party,
sharing the night with other units.
NOTE: This dinner required an RSVP
to attend, please contact Emily Byram
to see if an accommodation can be
made 913-306-6423 or
December 17th, will be
our annual Patient Party. Please plan
on attending this event and bringing
a desert for the kids that does not
require any utensils or cutting. On
December 14th is election night and
stated meeting. Come out and show
your support for the candidates.
As we always do in each edition of
this newsletter and our meeting, we
ask God to be with us and to be with
our Military through these Holidays
and in the New Year. God bless
our Temple, the work we do and all
those who contribute to the success
of Al Menah Temple and our shared
Randy D. Byram
Legion of Honor
We are well into the parade season
already. Veterans Day parades
have come and gone. Now for the
Christmas parades. Let’s all be merry
and enjoy as many of these as we can.
I love this time of year!
The Pirate’s Party was really
good fun for all who attended. The
Legion of Honor Booth looked
fantastic thanks to pirate ship
builder Wayne Steele and the entire
Hospitality Committee chaired by
Steve Singleton. Of course, we could
not have done it without the help
of our ladies. Everybody loved the
The Ladies Extravaganza turned
out really great. It was fun, exciting
and we did alright with our sales.
We had lots of help at our booth
under the direction of Art Devooght
and Bob Silva and I want to thank
everyone for their participation.
Several of our members donated their
time and some products for the sale.
Thank you all, it went well and we are
looking forward to doing it bigger and
better next year. Also a special thanks
to Lady Darlene Clark for creating
the Legion of Honor tablescape for
us again this year. She has done this
for several years now and we just
want to show our gratitude. She does
a great job. Thank you, Darlene, we
The Legion of Honor Christmas
Dinner and Installation of Officers is
coming up on Friday Dec. 15th 2017.
We certainly hope to see all of you
there with your ladies. It will be a fun
time you don’t want to miss, not to
mention good food and drink. This
is when I surrender my command to
Vice Commander Art Devooght. I’m
sure the Legion of Honor will be in
good hands with Art as Commander,
Wayne Steele as Vice Commander,
Steve Singleton as Lt. Commander,
Ron Queen as Finance Officer and
Gene Ornes as Adjutant.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time
as your commander. You have made
it easy for me with your enthusiasm
and full participation. I want to
thank all of you from the bottom of
my heart for allowing me to serve as
your commander. I will continue to
support the Legion of Honor and the
new leadership team.
I highly recommend the Legion of
Honor if you are a Shriner and a
military veteran. Talk to any of our
members for an application. You may
be eligible to become one of us.
Please keep our hospitals, doctors,
nurses, patients, military, police,
firefighters and all first responders in
May God Bless.
May God Bless,
Thanksgiving has passed and now we
are into the parade season. Everyone
is looking forward to this time of year.
The Provost Guard Christmas will be
The Dixon parade was Sunday A
big Thanks to Dickson County for a
Here we are again, at the end of
another year. It’s been a GREAT
year! Hats off to our Illustrious
Potentate and his wonderful Lady
for continuing to work towards
achieving their goals for the good of
our Philanthropy, working for our
hospitals and our children and never
losing sight! We wish you well, Frank
and Tracy…and WE thank you!
I offer Prayers to ALL for a
wonderful Holiday season. If you
happen to be in the gift giving spirit,
here are a few suggestions!
To your enemy, give forgiveness.
To an opponent, give tolerance.
To a friend, give your heart.
To a customer, give service.
To all, give charity.
To every child, set a good example.
To yourself, show respect.
“Seeking happiness, I passed many
travelers headed in the opposite
direction, seeking happiness.”
- Robert Brault
Till next time, I SUPPORT…and I
approve this message
~ Till next time,
“Fat Rabbit”, PC
Shrine Club News
Williamson County Shrine Club
Many thanks to outgoing Potentate
Hester and his Divan. We appreciate all
the hard work. You have done a great
job this year and we appreciate it.
Also thanks to outgoing President
Isbell and our WCSC Officers. You
have also done a great job.
Let’s get behind our incoming
Potentate / Divan / our incoming
President / WCSC Officers and make
2018 the best year yet!
Thanks to WCSC for your great
work on the Paper Sale and Plaque
Sale. We still have time left to get
more Plaque Sales in! Have you
renewed your Plaque? Have you sold
one? We still have a little time left.
We meet on the third Thursday of
the Month at Logan’s Roadhouse in
Cool Springs on Bakers Bridge Road.
Come on out, we would love to have
you with us.
Remember to pray for our leaders,
our Doctors / Nurses at the Shrine
Hospitals and our Military who are
fighting to ensure our freedom.
Shriners Help Children!
Butch Mays, Ambassador
The Greeters Present The
2018 KICKOFF PARTY
Al Menah Shrine Center
Dec. 31st, 2017
UNIT ROOMS WILL BE OPEN
(All units are welcome to participate)
Our goal is 100 New
Nobles and 100 Restorations.
Chairman Sam Isbell
or 615-579-0765) &
Co-Chairman Dale Pewitt
or 615-533-6714) are soliciting our
help and support. Will you help us find new
One of the ways you can be active in this effort is
to sign up to be a virtual mentor for our candidates.
There are candidates waiting to hear from
us. We need a few good men!
Nobles and Ladies:
The Annual Patient’s Christmas Party on
December 17th is approaching. The program will
be the same as in previous years with a possible
surprise guest(s). Ladies, we would be very appreciative
if you can bring finger foods for dessert
(Cookies, brownies, cupcakes) that do not require
As in past years, this party is for our Hospital
Patients so please refrain from bringing siblings,
grandchildren, et al. so that all attention is directed
to our Patients.
Thanks for all your support and help with this
2017 Sumner County
Due to scheduling issues
the Christmas Party
scheduled for December 15th
has been changed to
O’ Charleys Restaurant
Billy Ward Carver, President
I would like to extend a HUGE thank you to Janice
Chaussee, Debbie Parman and Alicia Villines for all of
their hard work on the 2017 Ladies Extravaganza! It
was a very successful event and I also appreciate all
of the ladies that worked on the committee as well as
brought baked goods and came out and enjoyed the day
with us. Thank you, Thank you!!!
Ladies, we have had a tremendous year and I thank
you for supporting Al Menah’s Ladies Program the last
several years. We have had a lot of great laughs, fun,
and fellowship. I am very proud of the work we accomplished
this year from raising money to buy new
steak knives for the temple, collecting travel games for
Cincinnati Shriners Hospitals for Children, to contributing
baskets and buying tickets to support four ($1,400)
Shrine Patients to attend Camp Ytiliba this summer. Al
Menah Shrine is blessed to have such wonderful Ladies
that not only support their Nobles in the work they do,
but have such talents in making the events beautiful and
fun throughout the year.
Frank and I want to wish each of you a very Merry
Christmas and a Blessed New Year!
Lady Tracy Hester
Current Parade Schedule:
Date Town Line Up Step Off
December 3, 2017 Lebanon 1:00pm 2:00pm
Smyrna 1:00pm 2:00pm
December 9, 2017 Donelson 1:00pm 2:00pm
Gallatin 11:00am 12:00 noon
Granville 1:00pm 2:00pm
Hartsville 9:00am 10:00am
Mt. Juliet 10:00am 11:00am
Millersville 12:00 noon 1:00pm
Cookeville 5:00pm 6:00pm
Linden 6:00pm 7:00pm
December 23, 2017 Bethpage 1:00pm 2:00pm
AS OF THIS PUBLICATION
CHIEF RABBAN DINNER
PATIENTS CHRISTMAS PARTY
STATED MEEETING / ELECTION
NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY - CANCELLED
Thank you from the
This year’s 6th annual Ladies Extravaganza and
Shopping Feztival on November 4, 2017 was a
fabulous success! We raised $9,000 for Patsy Cain’s
Imperial First Lady’s 2018 program and other Al
Menah activities. Lady Tracy Hester was so excited
to learn this year raised the highest total ever for this
wonderful event! The Al Menah Legion of Honor
supplied yummy breakfast goodies and drinks, lunch
was donated and served by the Rainbow Girls, 30+
vendors displayed arts & crafts and the Daughters of
the Nile graciously worked the fabulous Bake Sale
Booth where items were donated by our Al Menah
Ladies. The Committee is especially appreciative
of the 20 beautiful and creative tablescapes and
Christmas trees sponsored by the Al Menah Units,
local Shrine Clubs, and individual sponsors. The Al
Menah Shrine Center was alive with live music, step
dancing groups, and door prize winners throughout
The event was a huge success that could not have
been accomplished without everyone’s effort. We
are so appreciative of your generosity and support!
Lady of Noble Bill Chaussee
Committee Chair, 2017
for the Shriner
should be sent to
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The Black The Black Camel Camel
William B Kincaid, Jr.
7/1/31 – 1/10/17
Johnny B Dudley PP
3/13/44 – 10/22/17
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1354 BRICK CHURCH PIKE
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NASHVILLE, P. O. Box 78545 TN 37207
NASHVILLE, TN 37207
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Permit No. 1731
Floyd B Dennis, Sr.
9/9/36 – 11/14/17
Thomas E Leeton
3/24/47 – 11/14/17
Bobby F Howell
2/6/34 – 11/19/17
Charles R Miller
9/19/30 – 10/25/17
Norman R Green
11/16/36 – 10/21/17
William H Stanley
5/15/47 – 10/28/17
John T Corkan Jr
2/17/26 – 10/20/17
Coy A Noblitt
6/1/29 – 10/17/17
Deadline for January Shriner is Friday Dec 22, 2017