AL MENAH SHRINERS OASIS OF NASHVILLE DESERT OF TENNESSEE
P.O. BOX 78545 • NASHVILLE, TN 37207 • 615.226.7766 • 1.877.505.7764
VOLUME 3637 • NUMBER • NUMBER 4 7 • • (PUBLISHED MONTHLY EXCEPT JUNE && JULY) • • SEPTEMBER APRIL 2018 2017
Imperial Cruise 2019
Al Menah Car Show
R U Ready?
R U Ready?
Calendar of Events
2018 Shriners Marketing
Director’s Staff Golf Flyer
Al Menah Shriner’s
2018 Ringmaster Club
October October 5-7, Nashville 5-7, Nashville Municipal Municipal Auditorium Auditorium
October 5-7, Nashville Municipal Auditorium
Al Menah Al Menah Temple Temple
Oasis of Nashville
Desert of TennessEE
P.O.Box 78545 • Nashville, TN 37207
P.O.Box 78545 Phones • Nashville, 1.615.226.7766 TN 37207
The Publication Committee
The Publication Committee
The Divan/Board of Directors
Potentate .................... Horace Frank Perkins Hester III
The Chief Divan/Board Rabban. ..........Randy of Directors Horace Perkins Williams III
otentate Assistant .................... Rabban ........... .........Randy Frank Hester Scott Williams Jones
hief Rabban High Priest ........... & Prophet. Horace .......... Donny Perkins Scott Drayton IIIJones
ssistant Oriental Rabban Guide ..........Randy . Vernon Donnie Williams Blackburn Drayton
igh Priest Treasurer & Prophet . ....................... Scott Jones Wes Frye
riental Recorder. Guide ...................Robert Donnie Drayton
reasurer Editor. ........................ Maurice Wes Frye Smmith Smith
ecorder ...................Robert Published monthly except June Daniel and July
ditor ..................... www.almenahShriners.org
Published monthly except June and July
*John E. Patton
*V. *Charles K. Stevenson Barham
*John D. E. Patton Whalley
*V. K. Stevenson
*John D. Whalley
PAST *W. *W. F. F. Hunt Hunt POTENTATES
Jack Norman, Jr.
*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
V. K. Stevenson
*J. Harry Murphy
*J. Harry Murphy *John D. *Marshall
*Marshall Whalley S. Whitley
*Charles N. Rolfe *James J. White S. Whitley
W. F. Hunt*Charles N. Rolfe Jack Norman, *James Jr.
*G. Cooper J. White Holt
J. Pink Lawrence *E. *Paul M. DeWitt Kelly *Albert Bennett
*J. *G. Coleman Cooper Holt Hayes
Ed R. Burr *Joseph *E. M. Kelly Higgins *Clyde R. *Donald
*J. Watson Coleman
J. Harry Murphy *Ira *Joseph E. Parker Higgins *Marshall *J.
*Donald S. P. Whitley Foster
Charles N. *Martin
*Ira Rolfe E. Parker
S. Roberts *James J. *Gale
*J. White P. Foster
Paul DeWitt *R.
S. Roberts *G. Cooper *C.
V. Holt Robinson
E. M. Kelly *Oren
Oliver *J. Coleman *J.
V. Hayes Cramb
Joseph Higgins *Lee
*Lee L. Gamble
Ira E. Parker *R. R. Clark
*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.
Lee L. Gamble *Charles L. Cornelius
*Charles L. Cornelius*Robert *W. Battle *W. B.
R. R. Clark
*Gale Tate Robinson
Hugh F. Smith, Jr. Templeton
W. A. Bryan *T.
Springfield James A.
Charles L. *James
Cornelius G. Stahlman
Stahlman *Claude*William G. Southall
W. Bush Herbert
Akers *W. B. Lawson
Baulch *Gale Robinson
*David P. P. Brumfield Brumfield
Marshall *Thomas Hotchkiss
J. Dudley *Zack Phillips
S. S. Parrish, Parrish, Sr. Sr.
Jess B. Templeton Kerbela Kerbela Temple ‘28 ‘28 *M. Norris *Robert Jenkins E. Newman
T. A. Springfield *Maurice Weinberger
*James F. *George Scalf, Jr. Cook Cook
James G. *S. Stahlman *S. N. N. Allen
*William*R. *R. B. Parker Jones Graham
J. Clark Akers *W. *W. B. B. Hager
Jack C. Phelps H. H. Parker Toler
R. E. Baulch *O. *O. Lynn Meek
*David P. *R. Brumfield T. T. McNaney
Thomas E. *Jack *Jack Doss Norman
*Zack S. James Parrish, L. Ham Sr.
J. J. Vaughn
*Robert*Charles E. Newman H. H. Williams Williams
*C. H. H. Smith
S. N. Allen
C. C. Laskey
*R. Parker L.
W. B. Hager
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
I would like to take a minute to thank the Nobility
for what you do for Al Menah and our Hospitals.
Please make plans to attend the September Stated
Meeting. We will be taking in William Lee Golden of
the Oak Ridge Boys, and Imperial Sir Jim Cain will
have the honor of doing it. The attire for the meeting
will be dress casual. Please dress appropriately
because we will take a picture that will go in a
newsletter that goes out all over the country. We
need over 200 Nobles that night, so please make
plans to attend. I will be giving away a gift certificate
to Goodlettsville Gun Shop for $200! We will be
planning a bus ride downtown on the Honky Tonk
Bus. More info to follow.
In closing, make plans to be at the Circus October
BE HUMBLE, BE KIND, BE NOBLE
Horace Perkins, III
From the desk of...
WOW… What a GREAT SHOWING at this
year SESA, Our Clowns Our Legion of Honor
and Our Provost Guard All Took TOP
HONORS and AWARDS in their Areas.
Most of all To The SESA….. GREAT
MOVE… Taking the SESA to Pigeon
Forge Tennessee, and for the next 3 years
also. The SESA was hopping for 300 this
year BUT, had little over 600 to come in
for the event.
What’s next for the Nobles of Al Menah…THE
2018 AL MENAN SHRINE CIRCUS. Are YOU ready – The Lights...
Sounds… Popcorn… Cotton Candy… Animals… 3-Rings… IT’S
SHOW TIME. Remember this is OUR TEMPLE FUNDRAISER
for 2019 Year. Here are 3 way that YOU as a Noble can HELP -
1)Send your money back in on YOUR Tickets 2)Let others about the
GREAT SHOWS that we have 3)Come down and help out in some way
New email: email@example.com If you have an IDEA or
LIKE TO HELP in some way for next year let me know.
If you didn’t get to attend SESA this year, then
you missed ONE great time! Our attendance
doubled to over 600 nobles… Awesome!
Congratulations to the LOH, Provost
Guard and Clowns for representing Al
Menah with all their wins!!! It looks like
SESA is back on track with growth for
many, many years. We look forward to
everyone attending next year!
As the outgoing President of SESCA,
I want to give a BIG ThAnKs to all of
the clown ladies, Al Menah Clowns and
Alhambra Clowns for all their hard work and
dedication! We would not have been able to do it without all of
you! Thanks to the fabulous clowns that attended… we had clowns
that traveled from as far away as Mobile, AL and Albany, GA to
compete at SESCA! Congratulations to our new President, Perry
“Doc Rock” Perkins. He will do a great job with the continued
growth of SESCA. We look forward to supporting him!
Lots of fun and important events are coming soon… Fall
Ceremonial, Car Show, Circus and many more events! Kim and
I hope to see everyone at these upcoming events and many more.
HIGH PRIEST AND PROPHET
I got some really good news this week—I don’t
have to go to membership school in Tampa
this year!! That’s important because the
dates for the school overlap the Circus.
If you haven’t heard, Illustrious Sir
Dennis (the Slug) Belford has been
made the Imperial Chaplain and
that’s important as well, since now
the Clowns have a direct connection to
the Lord Almighty! It’s been reported that
HIGH PRIEST AND PROPHET
the “The Slug” stands in good with the Lord and with His divine
guidance maybe, just maybe, with lots of practice the Clowns might
be able to hit the Oriental Guide with a pie this year. Jingles said he
didn’t have any worries since the Clowns couldn’t hit the broad side
of a barn with a cream pie, and besides he’s a Clown, they wouldn’t
dare. Now me, I wouldn’t be quite that cocky, but he’s got a point. It
comes down to this, the Circus is the first weekend in October and if
you want to see how this turns out, buy your Circus tickets-and come
down to watch the fight.
High Priest and Prophet
Time moves slowly, but passes quickly.
I’m certain I’m not the only one that
occasionally hears something on the
news, or radio that makes you stop
for a second and realize how fast
time truly passes. Al Menah has had
a very memorable year, and I expect
the last few months of 2018 to be just
You do not want to miss the September
Stated Meeting as Imperial Sir Jim Cain
will be here to install our newest Al Menah Shriner, Mr.
William Lee Golden. This will be yet another memorable
event for Al Menah.
Remind all your Show Car enthusiast friends about the annual
Al Menah Shrine Car Show scheduled for September 29 here
at Al Menah. Come and see all the great cars and show your
support for Al Menah and the car show community. You never
know where you’ll meet our next Shriner.
The most exciting time of year is upon us. That’s right….
IT’S CIRCUS TIME!!!! The Clowns will be in full force as
always and with that comes thousands of little smiling faces
and uncontrollable laughter filling Municipal Auditorium.
Unfortunately, by mandate of Ill. Sir Horace Perkins III, there
is to be no water or silly clown antics this year. HP&P Don
Drayton was so excited when he heard of this mandate he
giggled like a little schoolgirl. All the comments he’d made
since circus last year about the clowns needing to practice their
aim, all the hype. He knew now would have to go unanswered.
The clowns were ready to unleash all the greatest tricks and
treats they had learned in years past, all in Donnie’s honor.
Surely, the Ill. Sir would have to reconsider his decision. But
then, all of a sudden the mandate was discovered to be null
and void. You see, the Ill. Sir Horace Perkins III did issue
a mandate, but upon further review, it was directed to the L
Menh Clowns not the Al Menah Clowns.
Ill. Sir Horace Perkins III had left out the A.
It’s Circus time Donnie.
Imperial Cruise 2019
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
News from Cincinnati
Shriners Patient to College Football Player!
Justin was just 11 months old when he
sustained a serious burn on his hand from a
humidifier in the winter of 1998. “I remember
that scream to this day,” his father Ed recalled
emotionally. He and wife Cheryl took Justin to
an Akron, Ohio pediatric hospital, where an
out-of-network specialist was brought in to
treat the boy’s injury. The family had just purchased
a new home, and the $32,000 medical
bill was challenging.
The next summer, the family visited a local fair, where they visited an exhibit
by local Shriners. As they browsed, one of the Shriners said, “Do you
know any children with burns?” Though stunned by the coincidence, they
learned about the Cincinnati hospital specializing in pediatric burn treatment.
Later, Ed said to Cheryl, “I think it’s for people who have no money,”
but decided to visit. Once there, they were convinced that Shriners Hospitals
for Children ® — Cincinnati was exactly where Justin belonged.
Ed and Cheryl were amazed by the superior skill and expertise in pediatric
skin grafting in contrast to their first experience. Justin’s surgery not only
advanced his progress, it vastly improved the results of his initial treatment.
Today, Justin is a student
and football player
at Youngstown State University,
and recently had
his last of five surgeries.
Both he and his family
have become cheerleaders
for Cincinnati Shriners
it to anyone in need of its
superior skill and care. Justin shared a recent
conversation with one of his coaches. “He asked
me why I didn’t have the surgery somewhere
local,” Justin recalled. ”I said, ‘You don’t understand.
Cincinnati Shriners Hospital is the best
burn hospital in the world - period. I’ve been going there since I was one,
and I wouldn’t go anywhere else.’”
Shriners Play a Big Role
When it comes to finding medical
help for children, Shriners are now
more important than ever. Members
of the fraternity have always played
a critical role in helping families in
their communities get connected
with Shriners Hospitals for Children –
Cincinnati, and now it has become even
easier with a website and referral cards.
Shriners Hospitals for Children
– Cincinnati continues to make
referring a patient and obtaining
an appointment for care easier
than ever through the www.
Follow us on Facebook:
Cleft Lip & Palate
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Complex Wounds & Skin Condtions
All Services Provided Regardless of
a Family’s Ability to Pay
If you know a child we can help, go to
shrinershospitalcincinnati.org or call:
Shriners Hospitals for Children ® — Cincinnati is one of only four freestanding hospitals in the country dedicated to the treatment of pediatric burns and
specializing in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Our physicians’ experience and expertise in pediatric burn treatment, cleft lip and palate, complex
wound and skin conditions, and plastic and reconstructive surgery makes Shriners Hospitals for Children — Cincinnati a first choice for care.
The Fabulous Al Menah Clowns strike
again! Quite a few clowns attended the
S.E.S.A convention August 15th– 19thin
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. We had eight
clowns participate in the S.E.S.C.A. competition
Friday, August 17th. We took home
a lot of hardware and memories! Here are
• 1st Place Tramp, Captain Frank “Froggy”
• 2nd Place Tramp, Ronnie “Useless”
• 1st Place Auguste, Geoff “Sticks” King
• 2nd Place Auguste, Guy “String Bean”
• 1st Place Whiteface, James “Puzzles”
• 3rd Place Whiteface, Clay “Flat Top”
• 1st Place Character, Jim “Snips” Lee
• 1st Place Senior, Danny “Oilcan/Slapstick/Peaches”
• 1st Place Paradeability, James “Puzzles”
• 1st Place Single Man Skit, Jim “Snips”
• 3rd Place Single Man Skit, James “Puzzles”
• 1st Place Two Man Skit, James “Puzzles”
Chambers and Jim “Snips” Lee
• 2nd Place Two Man Skit, Ronnie “Useless”
• 2nd Place Unit Skit, The Fabulous Al
• 1st Place Unit Paradeability, The Fabulous
Al Menah Clowns
• 3rd Place Multiple Balloon, Geoff
• 1st Place Scrapebook, The Fabulous Al
Just goes to show that Al Menah has one
of the best, if not THE best,
hard working clown units out
September means the Fabulous Al
Menah Clowns will be performing at the
Tennessee State Fair! Y’all come out and
see us, three performances a day, Saturday
and Sunday of both weekends. September
8th– 9th, and September 15th– 16th.
The Annual Clown Auction will be held
October 13th. Come out and make a bid
on some great stuff and help support our
Also in October! The Circus is almost
here! Get out and sell some Circus ads!
And… thanks to all of you for supporting
our children’s hospitals. Please keep those
that are sick and unable to attend our events
in your prayers.
Keep on Clowning!!
Jim “Snips” Lee
It is hard to believe that summer is over.
The children are back in school and the
roads are very busy again. We the Director
Staff are very much like the children in that
we have commitments that we must fulfill
like attending our meetings as well as the
Shrine Stated Meetings.
As we look forward to the fall there are
several activities that we need to keep our
agenda’s open for:
The Ceremonial is scheduled for Sept
15th and we do have some new ideas that
we will require help doing.
The Directors Staff Golf Tournament at
Nashboro Golf club on Sept 20.
Al Menah car Show Sept 29
Oct 5 The Shrine Circus
Oct 11 The Scottish Rite Golf Tournament
at the Nashboro Golf Club
The Ray Stevens Charity Golf Classic
Oct 21& 22
Please note these dates, plan to attend, and
help out as needed.
Lt Directors Staff
Wow! Lots was said and lots was shared
in the August Shriner…but here is a little
bit of the r est of the story, as Paul Harvey
would say….What a great time we had at
the Imperial Session in Daytona Beach,
Florida as the Motor Corps welcomed
the Imperial Potentate Jim Cain and First
Lady Patsy! Al Menah Motor Corps was
well represented on stage, including 3 Past
Potentates, Past Captains, members and
their Ladies, as they presented the Imperial
Sir with his very own chrome motorcycle
helmet donned with his Imperial Logo. It
was a good fit! We presented Lady Patsy
with her own bedazzled goggles and bright
red “doo-rag” so she may ride in style along
with him. I, along with my Lady Debbie,
personally had the honor of bringing Imperial
Sir Jim and First Lady Patsy in to the
Imperial Pageant and what a glorious honor
it was to be asked to present them as they
continued down the “country road” in his
custom-made Golf Cart Pickup painted in
shiny red! Next year is sure to be a “Grand
Ole” time in Nashville!
Also, the Ladies of Al Menah’s Extravaganza
Committee presented the First Lady
with a check for over $30,000.00 for her
“POPS” program. Way to go, Ladies!!
As we are winding down the last days
of summertime…and gearing up for the
busy fall and Holiday season with the
circus, toy runs, parades and more, let’s all
remember the reason we are Shriners! No
Man Stands So Tall As When He Stoops To
Help A Child!
2018 Motor Corps Journalist
Legion of Honor
We had a successful Paper Sale, and we
had our largest turnout of Nobles in recent
times. Noble Rodriguez set up the teams
and times, which all Nobles fulfilled.
The Legion is working on a complete
rewrite of our bylaws, which will be
presented to the Unit Members in August.
Based upon the Unit’s approval, we will
present to the Divan in September for their
concurrence and approval.
With Noble Dunn as the Commander
and Noble Silva as the Vice Commander
of SESA’s LOH, we are preparing for our
August meeting in Gatlinburg. It is a great
honor to have two Nobles in the lead position
of the SESA LOH.
All continues well for the LOH, and we
look forward to the fall schedule to continue
Art De Vooght
The Provost Guard has been busy the past
couple months. Last month we went to
Daytona Beach Fla. to the Shriners International
and escorted our Illustrious Imperial
Sir Mr. Jim Cain and his Lady Patsy up to
The Provost Guard drill team won first
place at Dixie in Panama City Fla. Last
week at S.E.S.A 1st place competition drill
and second place obstacle course. 1st place
Provost Guard uniform inspection. Gordon
Macdonald won Provost Guard of the year.
We want to thank our illustrious potentate
Horace Perkins and Chris Johnson and
brother Leo for joining us at the Provost
Now the parade season is about to begin
so we be looking forward to that.
Shrine Club News
Williamson County Shrine Club
We have a little drawing at our meetings
and you do have to be present to win. If we
don’t have a winner, the pot carries over to
the next meeting. For our next meeting we
have a carry-over of $360.00. Come on out
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
AS OF THIS PUBLICATION – SUBJECT TO CHANGE
to the meeting and see if you’re a winner?
attend the WCSC Meeting! Our meetings
are normally on the third Thursday of the
Month at the Brewhouse South in Cool
We have been getting some complaints
about the noise level at the Brewhouse. Our
President is looking at two locations where
we might move the meetings. They are The
Sportsman’s Grill and Millers Ale House
(OLD LOGAN’S LOCATION) which
opens on September third. We will be at the
Brewhouse for our September meeting and
will probably vote on a new meeting place
at that time. Watch your e-mail and the
E-Vite for updates on this!
Come on out and let’s have some fun!
Please remember to keep those who
have lost loved ones and our sick list in
your prayers. Remember to thank God
every day for this great Country of ours.
Sept 15 Ceremonial
Sept 20 Director’s Staff Golf Tourney
Sept 30 Car Show
Oct 5-7 Al Menah Shrine Circus
Oct13 Clown Dinner & Auction
Oct 20 Fall Party
Nov 3 Ladies Extravaganza
Nov 10 Directors Staff Auction
Additional Imperial Pageant Photos
AL MENAH SHRINERS
ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT
PLACE: NASHBORO VILLAGE (PHONE 615-367-2311)
SEPT. 20, 2018 (THURSDAY)
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
12:30 PM SHOTGUN START
COST: $80.00 PER PLAYER at golf course pre paid registration-$75.00
INCLUDES LUNCH, GOLF, CART, PUTTING CONTEST,
FREE RANGE BALLS & SPECIAL DOOR PRIZES
FOUR MAN SCRAMBLE —- 59 & under White Tees
60 to 69 Gold tees —70 up and Ladies Red Tees
* FLIGHTED ( 3 flites 1 & 2) * CLOSEST TO HOLE/ ALL PAR 3’S
(NAME & PHONE)
(NAME & PHONE)
(NAME & PHONE)
(NAME & PHONE)
JIM BELLAR (615) 330-3343 *** JAMES HAM (615) 804-7411 *** EDDIE HILL (615) 973-4789
DON HEATH (615) 642-8694 *** GARY GRAF (615) 516-1341 *** DON HILL (615) 394-5962
RANDY WOODARD (615) 943-0704
PLEASE MAKE ALL CHECKS payable to:
AL MENAH Directors Staff
P. O. BOX 78454 — NASHVILLE, TN 37207
Remember to add your $25.00 per team
Mini Hole Sponsorship—-the kids need you
Al Menah Shriner's
RAIN OR SMINE !!
SATURDAY ~ OCT. 20, 2018
$10.00 per person, plus a Toy!
Registration - 9 am Vision Bldg
Leave Shrine Center - 10 am
All Welcome! Bikes & Cars
Join us for a great backroads ride for
lunch to Montgomery Bell State Park.
Al Menah Shrine Center~ 1354 Brick Church Pike, Nashville, TN
For more info contact Frank Wilson @ 615-290-0915 or
Van Miller @ 423-414-8536 or Fat Rabbit @ 615-268-6547
Fat Rabbit @ 615-268-6547
Chief Rabban Randy Williams & Lady Beth
invite you to join the 2018 Ringmaster Club
Men’s membership is $130 which includes
• Four Reserved Seats for the Circus
• A Soft Shell Fez case,
• A men’s travel suit bag
Shriner’s Lady will receive a travel dress
bag of their own for an additional $40
Contact the Center office for more information.
PROCEEDS ARE FOR THE BENEFIT OF AL MENAH SHRINERS AND DONATIONS ARE
NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE
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
for the Shriner
should be sent to
William A. Adams
01/14/44 – 05/18/18
Charles T. Bozman
06/6/43 – 07/12/18
Nobles Visited Visited By By
The The Black Black Camel Camel Nobles Visited By
The Black Camel
Richard R. Hodgens
09/1/41 – 08/7/18
Donald B. Hollis
09/19/29 – 08/14/18
Gerald B. Lee Sr.
04/27/40 – 07/22/18
Stuart M. Lusty Jr.
10/13/30 – 07/5/18
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P. O. Box 78545
NASHVILLE, TN 37207
William A. Crow
02/16/29 – 06/11/18
Richard H. Frank Jr.
05/31/28 – 05/31/18
James A. Hafner
11/15/36 – 08/2/18
Warren G. Hayes
12/16/21 – 07/2/18
James E. Holt
09/21/31 – 05/24/18
James F. Judd
10/23/24 – 08/16/18
Robert K. Kemp
01/23/39 – 07/13/18
Julian L. Lane Jr.
04/29/25 – 08/3/18
10/31/36 – 07/2/18
James A. Reed
01/11/44 – 07/29/18
Clarence Suiter Jr.
06/19/23 – 05/30/18
Harlie B. Walker
02/9/28 – 06/6/18
DEADLINE FOR OCTOBER 2018 SHRINER IS SEPTEMBER 19TH