AL MENAH SHRINERS OASIS OF NASHVILLE DESERT OF TENNESSEE
P.O. BOX 78545 • NASHVILLE, TN 37207 • 615.226.7766 • 1.877.505.7764
VOLUME VOLUME 36 • NUMBER 37 • NUMBER 4 • 4 • (PUBLISHED MONTHLY EXCEPT EXCEPT JUNE JUNE & JULY) & JULY) • APRIL APRIL 20182017
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*J. Pink Lawrence *Albert Jack Norman, Bennett Jr.
*J. Pink Lawrence
Charles Barham *Ed R. Burr
*Ed R. Burr *John E. *Clyde
*Clyde Patton R. Watson
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*J. Harry Murphy
*J. Harry Murphy *John D. *Marshall
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*Lee L. Gamble
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*R. R. Clark
*J. P. Foster *Jerry N. Tate
*Jerry N. Tate
Martin S. *William Roberts Raine
*William Raine *Gale Robinson *Fred H. Gay, Jr.
*Fred H. Gay, Jr.
R. C. Derivaux *Hugh F. Smith, Jr.
*Hugh F. Smith, Jr. *C. V. Cramb James A. Campbell
James A. Campbell
Oren A. Oliver *W. A. Bryan
*W. A. Bryan *J. Nelson *Claude
*Claude BryanG. G.
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*Charles L. Cornelius*Robert *W. Battle *W. B.
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*Gale Tate Robinson
Hugh F. Smith, Jr. Templeton
W. A. Bryan *T.
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Charles L. *James
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W. Bush Herbert
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Baulch *Gale Robinson
*David P. P. Brumfield Brumfield
Marshall *Thomas Hotchkiss
J. Dudley *Zack Phillips
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T. A. Springfield *Maurice Weinberger
*James F. *George Scalf, Jr. Cook Cook
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*William*R. *R. B. Parker Jones Graham
J. Clark Akers *W. *W. B. B. Hager
Jack C. Phelps H. H. Parker Toler
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*David P. *R. Brumfield T. T. McNaney
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*Zack S. James Parrish, L. Ham Sr.
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*Robert*Charles E. Newman H. H. Williams Williams
*C. H. H. Smith
S. N. Allen
C. C. Laskey
*R. Parker L.
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A. A. Burton
H. Parker Toler
O. Lynn Meek
*T. W. W. Bray, Jr.
*R. T. McNaney
*James R. Cox
Ronny L. Greer
Jack Norman *Paul R. R. Jarratt
James L. Charles Ham
James J. Vaughn *J. *J. Sumpter Anderson
Charles J. H. J. Franklin Williams “Jay” Scalf, III III
C. H. Smith *Hugh W. Robertson
William Conley D. Jones
Fred C. Laskey *M. T. T. Gossett
John L. Weaver, David Smith III
Ivo A. Burton *Joe C. Carr
Gale B. Robinson Jim Cain
T. W. Bray, *James Jr. T. Hayes
Joe Bell *Mike Martin
James R. Cox *E. Lee Bennett
Ronny L. *Johnny Greer Dudley
Paul R. Jarratt *Orris E. E. Davis
Charles David E. Cardwell Wantland
J. Sumpter *Raymond AndersonH. Leathers J. Franklin Melvin “Jay” Meadows Scalf, III
*James N. Stansell
M. T. Gossett
Stansell Carl E. Barnes
Joe C. Carr
Jim CainMike Van Sant
James T. Hayes
*Mike Martin Jeff Head
E. Lee Bennett
*Johnny Frank Dudley Hester
Orris E. Davis
David Wantland * Deceased
Raymond H. Leathers Melvin Meadows
Hilry H. Shaffer
*James N. David Vaughn
Another busy month at Al Menah, visiting Shrine Clubs,
Imperial meetings and parades. It was a great Al Menah
turnout at the Erin Parade, and the crowd was great.
There were thousands of people in green. Tammy
and myself are looking forward to the Ball. We hope
everyone can attend. Thank you for all you do to make
Al Menah great.
BE HUMBLE, BE KIND, BE NOBLE
Horace Perkins, III
From the desk of...
Welcome to Spring! One of our most
important events of the year is coming
up-our annual Shrine Paper Sale the
first weekend of May. This event is
an excellent way to not only raise
money for our hospitals but also get
the word out about our awesome
fraternity and potentially create interest
in qualified men to become Shriners.
It is not too early to be making plans
for our annual Circus October 6-8. This is THE fundraiser of
the year for our Temple so we will need everyone’s help to
make it a success. It is always a good time to see the smiles of
children and adults as they enjoy all the circus activities. Let
me know what you can do to help!
In addition, our Ringmaster Club has begun! The giftsgarment
bags, soft shell Fez case, and reserved circus tickets
are a must for every Shriner and his Lady. Contact me or Kenny
Loftis to help fund our children’s matinee for the circus.
The next few months promise to be busy ones! Help us help
others and have fun in the process!
First, I would like to thank Harry Dunn and the
LOH for a great time in Gatlinburg. Also,
want to give a BIG round of applause to
the Al Menah Clowns and Clownettes
for all the hard work in producing the
Inaugural Shrine Clown Jamboree
hosted by SESCA in Gatlinburg, TN.
We had over 50 clowns in attendance
and 36 competed; the competition
and stakes were high, but the Al Menah
Clowns, led by Captain Froggy Wilson,
represented Al Menah proudly. They took home numerous
awards and First Place for their unit skit. Great job!
The star of the show was our very own James “Pokie”
Buchanan. He took home 1st place in Senior at the very young
age of 90! He is an inspiration to us all. Just a few days earlier,
he was traveling home from a clown meeting and was involved
in a automobile accident. By the grace of God, he was able
to walk away and compete just four days later. He knows the
reason why Shriners do what we do, it is for the kids and that
never gets old!
We want to say thank you to the Potentate Ball Committee
for all their hard work and planning. It was a great time by all
and the place looked fabulous as always.
Hope to see everyone soon as we travel the Middle Tennessee
HIGH PRIEST PRIEST AND PROPHET AND PROPHET
From the land of High Priesting
and worthless Profiting comes the
following report: I traveled the
lonely and dangerous road past
the unit rooms and found a bunch
of nobles I haven’t seen at the
temple much over the last 2 years.
Greeters had a big crowd; Flying
Fezz had 9 pilots in the same room;
even the Director’s Staff had 10 guys
on hand and they don’t even meet that
night. Matter of fact, I got nothing but praise from those
guys for the temple going back to the current format. I
guess we have to put that decision in the win column for the
possumtate. I hate the idea of that throwback being right
about something but I guess there’s a first for everything.
Come see for yourself--it’s a miracle!! Happy tax day,
High Priest and Prophet
What an exciting month full of fun and
fellowship. Al Menah participated in
the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
in Erin, TN and just when you
thought the crowds couldnt get any
larger, they managed to squeeze a
few more in.
The Potentate’s Ball provided just
as much excitement. Shriners and
friends filled our auditorium and unit
rooms, and all in attendance had a great time. Thank
you to all those who gave of their time to ensure this
event was a success.
I trust you have made plans to work our annual Paper
Sale the first weekend of May. The great thing about the
Paper Sale being the first weekend of May every single
year is it helps us all remember to keep our schedules
clear of any distractions for this one weekend so that we
may give our all to supporting our hospitals. The Paper
Sale Caravan will be traveling soon and visiting with the
Ambassadors and Nobles as we prepare for this annual
event. Hope to see you out there fulfilling your obligation.
As always, thank you for all you do for Al Menah,
Shriners International, and Shriners Hospitals for
It’s an honor to be a Shriner, especially an Al Menah
Shriner. Let us remind ourselves daily that we are each
working towards the same goal. We may be successful
individually, but we will be Triumphant as a team!
Vernon Blackburn 3
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
Dash Plates Awarded To All Entries
Trophies To Be Given For All Classes
Original Best of Show
Modified Best of Show
Oldest or Most Unusual Vehicle
14 Acre Show Site
Al Menah Shrine Center
1354 Brick Church Pike
Nashville, TN 37207
Exit 87, Trinity Lane
Call for directions
Gates open at 7:30am
All vehicles will be classed at registration from 8:00am until 11:00am
Judging will be from 11:30am until 1:30pm / Awards will be presented at 3:00pm
“RAIN or SHINE”
Entry fee per vehicle is: $20.00 at the gate
Vendor space is available for $25.00 / 10’ x 10’
Class Sponsorships are available
Kids Model Car Show is $5.00
To be judged, all vehicles must have the hood up, doors open or unlocked and the trunk open. Vehicles failing to be properly displayed
will not be classed or judged. Al Menah Shriners reserve the right to reclassify, add, delete, split or combine classes on the day of the
show based on participation. Al Menah Shriners reserve the right to remove offense, lewd or objectionable material.
All proceeds benefit Al Menah Shrine Center and are not deductible as a charitable donation
Make all checks payable to:
Al Menah Shriners
Attn: Car Show
P.O. Box 78545
Nashville, TN 37207
For More Information:
Shrine Center Office: 615-226-7766
Keary D. Fleenor: 615-289-8272
It’s been a busy month for the Fabulous Al
Menah Clowns with the SESCA Mid Winter
and Erin St. Patricks Day parade.
Al Menah had a great turnout for the
SESCA Mid-Winter convention and clown
competition. Held this year as the “2018
Shrine Clown Jamboree” in Gatlinburg,
we took home a lot of trophies. Our Unit
Skit took first place. In Whiteface competition
James “Puzzles” Chambers took first
place and Charlie “Hot Rod” Jackson took
second. James “Pokie” Buchanan took first
place in Senior competition. In Character
Jim “Snips” Lee placed third. Auguste saw
Geoff “Sticks” King take second and Kenny
“Sparky” Loftis placed third. Our very
own Captain Frank “Froggy” Wilson won
first place Tramp with Ronnie “Useless”
Brown at second and P.P. Dennis “Chip”
Belford taking third. We had a first place
Rookie with Jason “Doaky” Thomas. In
Single Balloon competition Jim “Snips”
Lee took third and in Multiple Balloon
Geoff “Sticks” King took third. The Individual
Skit was won by Jim “Snips” Lee
coming in first. The Two Man Skit competition
saw James “Puzzles” Chambers & Jim
“Snips” Lee coming in at first, P.P. Dennis
“Chip” Belford & Danny “Slapstick” Gentry
at second and Frank “Froggy” Wilson
& Ronnie “Useless” Brown taking third. In
Paradeability James “Puzzles” Chambers
took first and Frank “Froggy” Wilson at
third. A big thank you to this years SESCA
President Scott “Joker” Jones for hosting
a fantastic competition. The rules were
changed allowing card-carrying Shrine
clowns from outside our region and the
turnout was excellent. Competition was
fierce, Al Menah prevailed, and we got
a chance to meet quite a few new clown
As always, thank you to all of
you for what you do to support
our children’s hospitals. Please
those that are sick and unable to attend our
events in your prayers.
Keep on Clowning!
Jim “Snips” Lee
The first quarter of the year has been
one filled with enthusiasm and excitement.
Our stated meeting numbers are growing
with the attendance hitting close to a 50%
increase in member turnout. Keep in mind
that our stated meetings are the 4 th Tuesday
of every month with the social hour beginning
Yes there have been a few surprises with
the cancellation of the onion sales and the
opportunity to attend either the Fun Fest
or the Dixie Association Convention in
March. Those members that have worked
for the Director Staff raising funds, helping
at the circus etc. will receive their allowance
towards helping with their rooms at
one of the events.
All those that signed up for the Potentates
Ball at the end of the month, March 23 and
24 enjoyed some very exciting evenings
full of friendship, with the Hospitality
Room at the Maxwell House both days.
We were very proud of our decorated unit
room, thank you Directorettes.
There are several dates to keep in mind:
May 3-6 - paper sale
June 23 -John Dudley Fishing Tournament
on Old Hickory Lake
July 15- 19The Imperial Session in
Daytona Beach, FL.
Sept 20 -The Director’s staff Golf
Tournament, place to be determined
As you can imagine with the cancellation
of the onion sales we will need to strive to
obtain fund raising. Any new ideas would
be greatly appreciated.
Please note these dates, plan to attend,
and help out as needed.
Lt Directors Staff
Shrine Club News
Hendersonville Shrine Club
This is a great time of the year to be a
Shriner. Lots of activities. Our Potentate
Ball on Saturday, March 24th, our Patient
Easter Party on Saturday, March 31st, and
our biggest and most important event is the
Paper Sale on May 2nd through May 6th
followed by Fun Fest in Pigeon Forge May
10th through May 12th.
We all know the Paper Sale is our biggest
fundraiser of the year for our Hospitals and
our kids. If you live in our area and can
help sell papers on any of the days mentioned,
call me, Boyd Parnell at 615-598-
1339. We need your help.
Our club meets on the fourth Monday of
each month and our next meeting will be
Monday, April 23rd. We meet at the Black
Eye Pea at 164 East Main Street in Hendersonville.
We meet at 6:00pm for fellowship
and food and our meeting starts at 7:00pm.
Our club needs new workers and new
members. Come and visit our club. See if
you might want to be a member.
In closing, remember our Paper Sale, our
Hospitals and kids. Keep those who are
sick and those who have lost a loved one,
our country, our troops and our temple in
Williamson County Shrine Club
By the time you see this article our club
will be getting organized for the paper sale.
This year it will be May 3-4-5-&6.
I hope you plan to help! This is what
we are all about, bringing in Dollars for the
Shriners Hospitals for Children. Remember,
we can sell Plaques all year long. We
have lots of Plaques and stickers so just let
us know how many you need?
Some of our WCSC Motor Division
attended the Erin St. Patrick’s Day Parade
last Saturday. Don’t forget about the
Franklin Rodeo Parade coming up on May
12. We will have breakfast hospitality at
Hiram Lodge beginning at about 9:00am.
The lineup is at 11:00am at the Franklin
Special School District Headquarters on
Hwy 96 West, with the parade beginning
at High Noon. We hope you can come and
participate in the Famous Franklin Rodeo
Parade this year.
If you don’t belong to a club already,
come on down and visit with us on the third
Thursday at Logan’s Steakhouse – 6:00 pm.
Please Note That we will be Dark in
June and July. We are looking for new
members. You can visit us and see if you
might want to join? Please remember to
thank God, every day for the freedom we
enjoy in this Great Country!
Once a patient, now a nurse
Medical journey at Shriners Hospitals for Children shapes employees career choice
At age 11, Kandace Stratton was diagnosed by her pediatrician with
adolescent idiopathic scoliosis and referred to Shriners Hospitals for
Children Medical Center — Lexington for treatment. The pediatric
orthopaedic surgeon recommended that Kandace be fitted by the
orthotics and prosthetics department for a thoracolumbrosacral orthosis
(TLSO) brace. A TLSO is the most common type of brace worn for
scoliosis. The brace is made of plastic and is contoured to conform to the
body. This close-fitting brace is almost invisible under clothes, as it fits
under the arms and around the rib cage, lower back and hips. Kandace
wore the TLSO brace for 23 hours a day for two years. At the end of the
two years, Kandace underwent two major spinal fusion surgeries within
Kandace spent a great deal of her teenage years as a Shriners Hospitals for Children patient. At the
time, she didn’t realize how her medical journey would one day shape her career choice. Kandace and
her family were very thankful and impressed by the level of care that she received, which led to
Kandace choosing to pursue nursing school. “I have always loved children and felt as though I could
relate to patients since I was one!” said Kandace. Kandace received her nursing assistant certificate in
May 2009, and was hired at the then Lexington Shriners Hospital, working on the inpatient unit while
she continued to work on obtaining her nursing degree. For the next few years, she worked at a job
she loved preparing for the career she would love. In May 2012, Kandace graduated from nursing
school. As a registered nurse, she worked the same shift as she had for three years as an aide.
“God’s plan for my life was to be a voice to these amazing children I am privileged to care for. I
try and use my experience as a patient to help these children and teens through their recovery,” said
Kandace. “At 14, I was too young to realize it, but I now know why my medical journey led me
here. Shriners Hospital is a special place and I hold it dear. I am blessed that God brought me back
where my heart will always belong.” Lexington Shriners Hospital transitioned to a new model of care
in April 2017, and was renamed Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center. The facility now
operates as a 100 percent outpatient pediatric orthopaedic medical center. The move provided
Kandace with an opportunity to shift from an RN on the inpatient unit to PACU. In addition to caring
for children as an RN, she contacts all patients scheduled for surgery at the ambulatory surgery center
several days prior, to provide specific details and answer any questions. Kandace was recently filmed
by Lexington Shriners Medical Center as the host of the pre-operative surgery video that will be
made available to all patients and families preparing for surgery.
“We have such a wonderful history of countless success stories, of brave and brilliant children who
come to us with a variety of medical needs. They move on to have successful and healthy lives of
their own. Sometimes, such as with Kandace, we are lucky to have them return and give back their
professionalism and love to the very organization that cured them,” said Elizabeth Martin, RN,
manager of surgical services and infection preventionist at Lexington Shriners Medical Center. “We
are blessed to have Kandace a part of the Shriners Hospitals for Children organization.”
Al Menah Clowns invite you to join us
Monday May 21 st
for a fun & exciting day of Golf at
Nashboro Village Golf Course
Registration starts at 10 AM
Lunch provided starting at 11:00
Shotgun start 12:30 pm
$65 per Man / $260 per team when accompanying
your entry form.
Deadline for entry form is May 10, 2018.
Any entry after May 10 th will be $70 per man / $280 per team.
We need hole sponsors. A sign will be placed on the course to show your
support, with entire amount going to the Hospitals.
Sponsorships are: $100.00
Including a sign at a hole & Plaque showing your support for the Hospitals.
So PLEASE let us know if you or your business wishes to donate to the Shrine
Hospitals via a hole sponsorship and include it with your entry!
Make checks payable to Al Menah Clowns.
Please mail your application & check with your team players or sponsorship
information to: Al Menah Golf Day
4235 Hermitage Rd.
Old Hickory, TN 37137
For more info contact Maurice Smith @ 615-513-7643
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org w/subject Clown Golf
Congratulations go to Parker Toler for winning the Marlin .22 rifle at the
February Stated Meeting! Be sure to attend the March meeting for your chance to
win a 20-gauge turkey shotgun!!”
PATIENTS Easter Egg Hunt
PLEASE NOTE; THIS IS A DIFFERENT FORMAT FROM PAST EGG HUNTS
AND THE FOCUS WILL BE ON OUR PATIENTS.
We'll need lots of support from Al Menah Nobles as there will be activities for the Patients,
Clown skits, balloon tying,
games, lunch, maybe
a visit from an Easter Bunny or 2, and other
As in our annual Christmas Party, we're asking the Ladies of Al Menah to please bring finger
APRIL 17, 2018 AT 7:30PM
desserts such as cookies, brownies, and cupcakes. As in past years, this party is for our Hospital
Patients no Nobel siblings, grandchildren, et al. so that all attention is directed to our Patients.
(Captain’s Meeting at 5:30pm
Thanks for all your support and help with this heartwarming event.
SAVE the DATE : JULY 18, 2018
Patsy and I would like to personally invite each of you to attend
and participate in the pageant and installation of the
Imperial Potentate on July 18, 2018 in Daytona Beach, FL.
We are so proud to represent our Al Menah family and
would be honored by your presence.
— Jim Cain, Imperial Chief Rabban
Apr. 2-6 Paper Sale Caravan
From the Imperial Chief Rabban
Apr 7 Mule Day Parade - Columbia, TN
TL/U 10:00Am - S/O 11:00 Am
Apr. 13-14 Rainbow Girls Event @ AM
Apr. 13-14 Scottish Rite Reunion
Apr. 17 Stated Meeting
Apr. 20-21 Scottish Rite Reunion
JULY 18, 2018
Patsy Apr. 22 and Gospel I would Singing @ AMlike to personally invite each Daytona of you Beach, to Fl attend and
July 24 Captain’s Meeting Only – 6:00 Pm
in the pageant and installation of the Imperial Potentate on July
May 3 – 6 Paper Sale
18, 2018 in Daytona Beach, FL. We are so proud to represent our Al Menah
May 10-12 Fun Fest - Pigeon Forge
Aug. 16-18 Southeastern Shrine Association
be honored by your presence.
Pigeon Forge, Tn
Portland – L/U 3:00 - S/O 4:00 PM
May 15 Stated Meeting
May 17-20 Dixie Association Convention
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
AS OF THIS PUBLICATION – SUBJECT TO CHANGE
June 2 Ladies Brunch
June 19 Captain’s Meeting Only @ 6:00Pm
June 23 Casino Party @ Amt
July 8-14 Demolay Conclave
July 15-19 Imperial Session –
Jim Cain, Aug. 24-25 Imperial Divan Weekend Chief Rabban
Cincinnati Shrine Hospital
AL MENAH SHRINERS
John David Dudley Fishing Tournament
SATURDAY JUNE 23, 2018
Sanders Ferry Park (Hendersonville, TN)
SAFE LIGHT TO 2:00PM WEIGH-IN
*Registration will start at 4:00am*
Starting number/positions determined by registration number.
MONEY RAISED IN THIS TOURNAMENT GOES DIRECTLY TO SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN.
SHRINERS OPERATE 22 HOSPITALS IN NORTH AMERICA, SPECIALIZING IN ORTHOPEDIC PROBLEMS,
BURNS, SPINAL CORD INJURIES AND CLEFT LIP & PALATE.
PROUDLY SERVING CHILDREN SINCE 1922.
COST: $135.00 PER TEAM / OPTIONAL $10.00 BIG FISH POT PER BOAT
*Make checks payable to Al Menah Fishing Tournament*
Master Card and Visa accepted prior to tournament date.
$5000 FIRST PLACE PRIZE
Payback 10% of the Field.
Come on out and have a great time and support a great cause!
Stick around after the tournament and be included in our raffle.
Hundreds of great door prizes will be raffled off!!
WEIGH-IN conducted by: C&O Tournament Team
All contributions are tax deductible as a charitable contribution.
for the Shriner
should be sent to
Jerry Wayne Bain
01/1/55 – 03/13/18
Nobles Nobles Visited Visited By By
The Black The Black Camel Camel
William Scott Nelson
10/30/39 – 03/8/18
AL AL MENAH TEMPLE
1354 1354 BRICK BRICK CHURCH CHURCH PIKE PIKE
P. O. P. Box O. Box 78545 78545
TN TN 37207 37207
U.S. U.S. POSTAGE
Permit No. 1731
Permit No. 1731
Edwin Morton Carter, Jr
10/21/30 – 02/11/18
Albert Loren Jaynes
06/5/35 – 02/27/18
Fred Amos Joyner
08/12/30 – 02/15/18
Charles H. Scalf
06/13/27 – 02/25/18
Thomas Ervin Templeton
10/27/39 – 03/7/18
Shane Wesley Usleton
08/7/88 – 03/13/18
DEADLINE FOR MAY SHRINER IS APRIL 19 TH , 2018