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 38 • NUMBER 4 • 4 • (PUBLISHED MONTHLY EXCEPT EXCEPT JUNE JUNE & JULY) & JULY) • APRIL APRIL 20192017
Easter Egg Hunt
Al Menah Shrine Center
1354 Brick Church Pike, Nashville, TN
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Starting at 9:30 am
Please meet at the Vision Building
for the FUN!
Egg Hunt to Begin at 10 am
Bring your Family!
New this year for the Easter Egg Hunt there will be……
A ONE RING CIRCUS INSIDE AL MENAH SHRINE CENTER!!!!!
2 Shows Noon and 3:30
First show is open to all Al Menah Families and Shrine Patients at NO CHARGE
(There will be concessions and toys available at an extra charge)
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P.O.Box 78545 • Nashville, TN 37207
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The Publication Committee
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The Divan/Board of Directors
Potentate .................... Randy Frank Williams Hester
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hief Rabban High Priest ........... & Prophet Horace .......... .Vernon Perkins Scott Blackburn IIIJones
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*J. P. Foster *Fred H. Gay, Jr.
*Jerry N. Tate
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*William Raine *Gale Robinson James A. Campbell
*Fred H. Gay, Jr.
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*Hugh F. Smith, Jr. *C. V. Cramb *Claude G. Southall
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*Claude Bryan B. Lawson
Lee L. Gamble *Charles L. Cornelius
*Charles L. Cornelius*Robert *Gale Battle *W. B.
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Imperial Potentate Frank S Land’s Dream 100 years Later
The year was 1919 when Frank S. Land was asked if he could
find some odd jobs around the Scottish Rite Building in Kansas
City, Missouri where he was employed. The young man, Louis
Lower had lost his father and needed extra money. He met with
Frank Land and a friendship began. As Louis worked around the
building, he and Frank had discussions about he and other young
men who were growing up without fathers in their lives. This was
after World War I and many of them had lost their fathers in that
conflict. Frank came up with an idea to start a boy’s club to help
mold the character of and provide guidance during those teen
Last Month, Demolay celebrated 100 years of building young
men into the leaders of tomorrow. Since that day in the Kansas
City Scottish Rite millions of young men have been taught love
of parents, courtesy, reverence, fidelity, cleanliness, patriotism,
comradeship-the virtues of a Demolay. “Because, when values are
clear, decisions become easier”.
Now meet some of the Hall of Fame Members that credited
Demolay with helping them get their good start in life-Walt
Disney, Buddy Ebsen, Paul Harvey, John Wayne, Fran Tarkenton,
Pete Rose, Past Imperial Potentates Nicholas Thomas, Raoul
Frevel, and Douglas Maxwell.
Thank you, Frank S. Land for having a dream!
Yours in the Faith,
From the desk of...
CHIEF CHIEF RABBAN RABBAN
Spring is finally here! We had a great turnout for
the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Erin, which is
one of the best parades of the year. Apologies
that I could not be there...I was attending the
SESA Mid-winter meeting, but I heard that
everyone had a great time. A Big thank
you to the Erin Lodge for always preparing
a delicious breakfast for everyone.
SESA is planning a great convention
on August 14-18 in Pigeon Forge and I
hope everyone can attend. There will be
competitions for the Clowns, Motor Corp,
Hillbilly, Provost Guard and Legion of Honor and
I hope all the units will make plans to attend. Yes, there will be a parade
this year!!! Al Menah has been the foundation of SESA for so many
years and we need to continue to show our support.
Friendly reminder… the Circus Ad Sales have officially kicked off
and remember that this is Al Menah’s main fundraiser for the year. The
forms for the Circus Ad Sales are in the office or ask any one on the
A big round of applause for the Potentate Ball Committee for
working so hard on behalf of the entire Al Menah nobility. They
always go the extra mile to make Al Menah look absolutely fabulous!!!
Just back from Assistant Rabban school in Tampa
where I learned the value of leadership,
fundraising, and the woes of men wearing
dresses. That was 4 days of my life I can’t get
back but whatyougonnadoaboutit? It turns
out there are no real secrets to becoming a
good leader; you just need to remember that
we are all volunteers and that this temple
will be as good as we want it to be, end of
While we were sunning on the beaches,
a miracle happened here at home—Jingles
grew a full head of hair—no kidding, he looked
“normal.” It could only be the use of Scrotox that
m a d e him fuzzy on top. In other earthshaking news this month
it turns out that while on the cruise, Valerie was secretly negotiating with
the Keebler Elves to mine diamonds and rubies for the Daughters of
the Nile. At Gwen’s installation, the tables were covered with them. (I
don’t think Valerie knew they were plastic but who’s keeping score?)
Well that’s all from here. Remember to be nice to your wife, she’s knows
where you sleep at night....
HIGH PRIEST AND PROPHET
Finally!! Spring has arrived, and it brings countless
opportunities for us to continue the great work
we do for Shriners Hospitals for Children.
The month of April has much to offer in your
fight against boredom. On Saturday, April
20th, I hope to see each of you and your
families at the Annual Al Menah Easter Egg
Hunt. As if that weren’t enough fun for one
day, Al Menah proudly presents for your
entertainment pleasure “Larry the Clown”.
Grab your kids, grab the neighbor’s kids, go
ahead and grab a few other kids on the way
to Al Menah to see the Circus! You do not want
to miss this exciting event!
HIGH In a few PRIEST short AND weeks PROPHET our communities
will be filled with men
wearing a Fez and giving their time and energy in support of
Shriners Hospitals for Children. Our purpose as Shriners is to assist
those within our communities who can benefit from the world
class healthcare provided by Shriners Hospitals for Children. Our
obligation as an Al Menah Shriner is to help with the work required
to provide the necessary support to our hospitals. This obligation
doesn’t expire, it doesn’t fade away. In fact, it only becomes more
important each passing day. We each made the decision to serve
the day we became a Shriner. So, let us once again get out there and
do what it is we do best!
As always, Thank You for all that you do. Thank you for the time
away from your families that you selflessly give to Al Menah, but
most importantly for the commitment you choose to give each day
to Shriners Hospitals for Children. After all, to serve others is why
you became a Shriner.
High Priest and Prophet
Well March was a great month for Lady Valerie
and me as we attended Oriental Guide
School in Tampa and met our counterparts
from across the country. What a great
bunch of men and women! I certainly
don’t “know it all” now but we did learn
a lot and hope to put some of our lessons
You may have heard by now that the
Cincinnati hospital may be partnering
with Dayton Ohio Pediatric Hospital. There
will be, no doubt, those who see this as a
closing of one of our cherished Shriners Hospitals
for ORIENTAL Children. It’s GUIDE a partnership
that allows the work of the Cincinnati
hospital to continue and allows for the sustained health of our
hospital system. I’ll share with you a conversation, as it was relayed
to me, that took place between one of our doctors and the Imperial
Hospital Board: The physician described the sad feeling she had as
she amputated a stunted limb from a child and the quiet mood of the
technicians in the room. But she realized that while saddened by the
child’s loss of the limb, the child would receive a prosthetic limb
that would enable that child to be otherwise healthy and participate
in activities with other children. The loss of the limb while sad and
tragic, enabled the health of the child’s body and spirit to thrive.
So, it is with our hospital system. We may have to lose a building,
but the hospital system will be allowed to thrive without the financial
affliction of a facility whose patient census cannot be sustained at a
level prescribed by the Joint Commission of Hospital Accreditation.
Our Shriners Hospitals for Children system must be protected even
if it means closing some doors to open others. Or you can think of it
this way, if we remove that cigar stub from Donnie’s face, he’s still
Donnie, he just looks a little different.
Make sure you get tickets for the Potentate’s Ball on April 6th and
watch for other opportunities to participate with our great fraternity.
It’s Great to be a Shriner!!
2020 Al Menah Potentate Trip
Cabo San Lucas
February 23 – March 1, 2020
Los Cabos is a magic land full of contrast, from breathtaking
seas, to desert and mountains. Also known as “Land’s End”
for being located at the tip of the southern Baja California
Península. Step into the extraordinary world of Los Cabos
where the unparalleled natural beauty, biodiversity and
range of amenities will appeal to any personality.
In a paradise where the Sea of Cortés meets the Pacific
Ocean, there is something for everyone: fishing, golf, scuba
diving, snorkeling, kayaking, ATV Adventures, camel riding,
whale watching, wave runners, horseback riding, relaxing in
luxury spas and resorts and dancing ’til dawn.
Stay at the all-inclusive Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos Resort and Spa
7 nights $1,425 per person – Double occupancy ($2,475 – single)
3 nights $795 per person – Double occupancy ($1,250 – single)
*A Sunset Dinner Cruise with open bar is included
Package includes: Round trip Cabo to resort transfers, Vacation protection insurance, Travel Agent escort,
Complimentary Wifi, Restaurants (Los Cabos Resort - 3, Rose Resort - 5, Sunset Resort -15, alcohol beverages
and 24-hour room service), Twice – daily housekeeping, Feather-top mattress and pillow menu, Premium bath
amenities, Plush bathrobes, In-room safe, Complimentary shuttle service to Sunset Resort and
Taxes and gratuities included.
Sunday, March 31, 2019 there will be a meeting at AL Menah Dinning room at 1:00pm.
A lunch will be served .
For additional information – call Michelle Atchley @ (615)-792-7552
March has gone by fast and the
Clowns have been busy with the
Jamboree in Gatlinburg then on to
Erin, TN for the St. Patrick’s Day
Parade. Next up is the Down Syndrome
Awards at the Temple and then
Clowns on the town for a great night
As always, thank you for what
you do to support the hospitals and
please keep our sick brothers in your
Clay “Flat Top “ Hedgepath
Hard to believe we are a quarter the
way through the year already.
Are unit has grown by one new
member each meeting, let’s keep up
For those who have not been able to
attend for whatever reason we have
several new things going on this
year. The Onion sales are back, we
are participating in parades, although
the Erin Parade was a little shy on
Director Staff appearances there were
several Director’s Staff attending in
different capacities. Everything from
Fuzzy being a driver, Barry, Mike,
and Gerald as Parade Marshals to our
Divan Member Donnie Drayton. Randy
Byrum is forging ahead with some
great ideas for the parades.
We have started ordering the crayons
to hand out at the parades and circus.
We need more sponsors.
The Potentate’s Ball will be April
6 and the Directorettes are planning a
special movie theme unit room, one
that I believe we will all be proud of.
The paper sale caravan will be
April 8-12 let’s get out and do our
The Temple has a special Easter
Egg Hunt that includes a One Ring
Circus Act on April 20.
Lt. Joe Anderson
Greetings from the Horse Patrol.
We’ve been very active so far this
year, we had 9 members participate
in the Irish Day Parade in Erin last
month. A big shout out to our newest
member Shannon Parker. Shannon
is our mule skinner and does a great
job with them and he also painted our
wagon and we bought new harness
for our team.
We had our mid-winter meeting
with the International Shrine Horse
Patrol in March. We went out to the
state fair grounds and showed everyone
the facilities. We anticipate 100
horses coming to Nashville for the
Imperial Session including a stagecoach
with a 6-horse hitch pulling it.
The Horse Patrol competition will be
Monday July 1 starting at 9:00 am. It
will be at the fairgrounds and is open
to the public.
By the time you read this the Potentate’s
Ball will probably be history,
but a great time was had by all! Let’s
all continue to support Randy and the
rest of the divan as they continue to
lead us through this extremely busy
See you down the trail.
Legion of Honor
The Legion of Honor has added an
addition to their parade participation
this year. LOH Noble Steward Long
has offered the use of his vintage
vehicles to beef up our participation
in parades and anyone who attended
the Erin Parade on 16 March saw
his 1939 Cope. He also has a 1965
Pontiac GTO that will be profiled in
other parades this year to include; the
Imperial Parade in Nashville this July.
The 16th of March was a busy day
for us. In addition to our members
who participated in the Erin Parade,
we also had members posting colors
for the Hooligan’s event that took
place in the Shrine Temple that day.
We will decide at our next meeting
concerning our participation in the
Mule Day Parade, on the 6th of April,
because it falls the same day as the
Potentates Ball. We have several
members attending the Ball and are
posting Colors for that event. Those
going to the Ball will not be able to
participate in the Parade due to time
This month we published our rewrite
of our White Book, which houses
our Constitution and By-Laws.
We have also begun selling Circus
Ads, Shrine plaques, and are gearing
up to begin the Annual Paper Sale
Members of the Legion of Honor
have also made several runs to the
Lexington and Cincinnati hospitals.
It is a sheer pleasure for us to do so
and look forward to additional trips in
W. R. Steele
March went out with a *BANG* and
SPRING HAS SPRUNG! Flowers
are blooming and birds are chirping..
all the while we are anticipating
some great riding
Most likely by the time of publication,
the 2019 Al Menah Potentate’s
Ball will have just come and gone and
everyone will be gearing up for the
Easter Egg Hunt and 1-Ring Circus
activities. It’s always a lot of fun for our
children and grandchildren. Make plans
to join in the fun and fellowship!
Thank you to everyone who helped
and those that attended the Motor Corps
Ladies Luncheon. We can’t thank you
enough for what you do to help us and
your constant love and support, not only
for us and this Men’s organization, but
for our patients and our hospitals. WE
could not do what we so love doing
Please join me in congratulating the
newly crowned Queen of Dynasty
Amenna Temple No. 164 Daughters of
the Nile, our very own Gwen Hayes!
We stand behind you with love and
support throughout your year.
As we celebrate the Resurrection
of Christ, Praise Him - for He allowed
this glorious life. Please keep those less
fortunate than we in your thoughts and
Easter Facts - Did You Know? Approximately
1.5 billion “Peeps” are sold for
Shrine Club News
Hendersonville Shrine Club
Our club meets on the 4th Monday
of the month . The next meeting will be
on Monday the 22nd of April. We meet
at the Black Eyed Pea in Hendersonville.
We eat at 6:00 and meet at 7:00.
All members of Al Menah are welcome,
members or not. So bring a friend and
come visit us.
Right now we are planning for the
Paper Sale in May. If you would like to
help with this please contact me (615-
330-0210) or Boyd Parnell ( 615-598-
1339 ) .
A. W. (Pete ) Boswell
Sumner County Shrine Club
Finally the cold days are gone,
spring has sprung. The Potentate’s
Ball is April 6 and Easter is just around
the corner. After that the Shrine Paper
Sale I hope all Sumner County Shriners
have this on your calendars and set
aside a few hours to help. We have two
Kroger’s and a Walmart to cover. We
need all Shriners to participate as you
took an oath to do when you became
a Shriner. This is our main fundraiser
for Children’s Hospitals. Please don’t
let the kids down. It doesn’t cost you
anything, it only takes a few hours of
your time plus you get a great feeling
of accomplishment knowing you are
helping the kids. Also it’s easy and fun,
you just stand there (or sit) and people
walk by and drop money in your bucket.
I’ve met a lot of nice people that way. If
you want to help and don’t know where
to go, you can call me or if you’re in
Hendersonville area you can call Noble
Boyd Parnell. We seriously need all
Shriners to do your part this year.
All Shriners and their ladies have an
open invitation to attend our Sumner
County Shrine Club meetings. We
meet on the first Monday of the month
at Logan’s Roadhouse in Gallatin. We
begin socializing at 5:30, eat at 6:00 and
the meeting starts at 7:00pm. Come and
help us build our club back up. We welcome
you to join or just come and visit.
Have all-you-can-eat peanuts while you
fellowship with your Shrine brothers,
then enjoy a nice meal and stay for the
President of SCSC
Williamson County Shrine Club
The Williamson County Shrine Club
(WCSC) held its monthly meeting at the
Sportsmens’ Lounge in Brentwood with
25 members and wives in attendance.
The meeting was called to order by President
Dale Pewitt at 6 PM. The normal
formalities of the Pledge of Allegiance
and opening prayer were conducted by
the President. Noble dignitaries and their
ladies were recognized.
The club was given a good presentation
by Mr. Patrick Leahy of the
Tennessee Star, and he received an internationally
famous WCSC Coffee Mug
for his efforts.
The club began planning for the
upcoming Franklin Rodeo Parade with
Sam Isbell being the hospitality chairman.
Plans were made to turn loose on
the world the newly formed “WCSC
force of Pontiacs” at the Erin Parade on
St. Patrick’s Day Weekend. The Pontiac
Soltices in multi colors will participate
in the parade.
The membership was advised of all
upcoming Masonic and Shrine events so
they could mark their calendars.
As always, the Club honored Past
Presidents and closed with a prayer.
Fun and laughter were once again
shared by all!!
All are welcome at the next meeting
on March 21st at the Sportsmens’
Lounge in Brentwood - right off I65
Art De Vooght
for the Shriner
should be sent to
Director Staff Divan Member Donnie Drayton joins members Barry, Mike,
and Gerald to fill the role of Parade Marshals at a recent parade.
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Please see photos below. These cars will appear in various Shrine parades this year.
Owner/Driver Stew Long - member of Al Menah's Legion of Honor
Stew has agreed to make GTO available for Imperial Parade. This 1965 GTO was elected street
muscle car of the year for 2018. Quite an honor.
AS OF THIS PUBLICATION – SUBJECT TO CHANGE
1 100th DeMolay Degrees @ Shrine
5 Potentate Ball Hospitality
6 Potentate Ball
8-12 Paper Sale Caravan
20 Temple Easter Egg Hunt
One Ring Circus @ Temple
1-5 Paper Sale
9-12 43rd Smoky Mt. Funfest
6-18 Dixie Shrine Association
19 Lexington Hospital Days
25 Ice Cream Social & Gospel Singing
5th Hot Rod Boogie Car Show
Music Valley Dr – for Shrine Hospitals
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
HERBERT D. BARKSDALE
11/02/32 – 02/23/19
Nobles Nobles Visited By Visited By
The Black The Camel Black Nobles Camel Visited By
The Black Camel
PAUL P. PATTEN
03/23/19 – 02/27/19
AL MENAH AL TEMPLE MENAH
AL MENAH TEMPLE
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P. O. Box A.A.O.N.M.S.
P. O. Box 7
1354 BRICK CHURCH PIKE
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P. O. Box 78545
NASHVILLE, TN 37207
JOHNNY L. BYRD
11/30/30 – 03/14/19
WILLIAM R. SOREY
11/20/46 – 03/05/19
RICHARD D. HOLLOWAY
07/13/32 – 02/19/19
KEITH D. VANDENBRINK
07/08/35 – 02/26/19
DEADLINE FOR MAY 2019 SHRINER IS APRIL 19 TH