Vol. 79 August-September 2021 No. 5
Hooked on Kids
In this issue:
- Highlights of the Pote’s Golf Outing, Cigar Night, Sock Hop and
Legion of Honor Commanders Ball
- The Dynamic Duo – Alec & Kaleb
2021 SPORTSMEN’S RAFFLE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2021
SOUTH END GUN CLUB
LORANE RD, READING,PA 19606
NOON TO 5:00 PM
100 GUNS WILL BE RAFFLED OFF STARTING AT NOON
10 SELLER TICKET DRAWINGS, 5 MUZZLELOADERS RAFFLED,
50/50 DRAWINGS, TEAR OFFS, BIG WHEEL AND MORE
Food * Beverages * Raffles * Double Serving Lines
Refreshments and Drawings start at 12:00 NOON
Food will be served until 4:30 PM
Beverages will be served until 5:00 PM
All food and beverages must be consumed on the premises.
NO ONE UNDER 18 MAY BE ADMITTED AND NO COOLERS OR PETS
BROUGHT TO THE SOUTH END GUN CLUB
Get your tickets from the Sportsmen’s Raffle Committee or at
the Rajah Shrine Office. Three tickets to a book with a FREE Seller Ticket.
Tickets are $25 each.
PLEASE AVOID WAITING UNTIL THE DAY OF THE EVENT
TO TURN IN YOUR TICKETS WITH PAYMENT.
DRAWINGS OF THE WINNERS START AT NOON
AND YOU MAY MISS OUT ON SOME OF THE DRAWINGS.
We need volunteers to work our biggest fundraiser!
It’s success depends on you! Selling Tickets and working at the event!
Please contact the Recorder at Rajah Shrine (Les Werley) 610-916-9000
The Potentate’s Message
Es Selamu Aleikum
Greetings Illustrious Sirs and Nobles.
Nobles, Ladies and Friends:
It’s hard to believe that the year is half over!! It’s been a very humbling experience
thus far. I thank all of the Nobles for their support and encouragement during this
venture. I also want to say thank you for those of you who have taken my suggestions
and attended another club/unit meeting or event. We are all one and we need to
continue to support each other - especially during these post-COVID times.
We had some very successful recent events at Rajah. The beginning of May was the
Potentate’s Ball at the Double Tree. It was a great evening of fun and fellowship. I feel
very blessed for all of those that were able to attend this special evening for Lady Janet
and me. We also had very successful Meat Bingo, Pote’s Golf Outing, and Cigar Night
Events. A special thank you to all of those that supported these fundraisers and also to
the golf outing chairman, Joel Franco for his hard work and dedication year after year.
We have many Clubs and Units summer picnics scheduled. Please try to attend and
celebrate with your fellow Nobles. Don’t forget about MASA in Virginia Beach! We
are anxious to return there this year with great weather and the parade. The Ladies Jewelry Raffle will
be held on October 16th. Please see any Divan or Aides’ Lady or call the office for tickets.
Lastly, please continue to be safe and healthy. We need each and every one of you, your ladies, and
family for us to be successful.
Yours in the Faith,
ALIEKUM ES SELAM
Attest: Les A. Werley, Recorder
Shriners Hospitals’ Dynamic Duo..................................5
Lebanon Shrine Club .....................................................6
Pote’s Golf Outing..........................................................7
ALIEKUM ES SELAM
Worthy Joe Hagan of Mention........................................................10
Rajah Recorder Ladies Group......................................................11
Rajah Past Potentates Ladies Luncheon.......................11
’50s Sock Hop & Car Show..........................................12
NOTICE - NOTICE
THE RAJAH SHRINE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON:
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2021
IN OBSERVANCE OF LABOR DAY
THANK YOU -
RAJAH SHRINE OFFICE
In This Issue
Forks of the Delaware Tin Lizzies ...............................14
Lehigh Shrine Club.......................................................19
The Chaplain’s Study....................................................22
Legion Of Honor...........................................................22
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
KRAIG W. LEIBY
JOSEPH J. HAGAN, SR.
DUANE A. DELLECKER
DONALD G. HEIMBECKER
HIGH PRIEST & PROPHET
RONALD L. SZAPACS
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LES A. WERLEY.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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***ATTENTION NOBLES OF THE
YOUR 2022 DUES INVOICE WILL BE SENT TO YOU BY E-MAIL
FROM SHRINERS INTERNATIONAL
THOSE NOBLES WHO DO NOT HAVE AN E-MAIL ADDRESS, YOUR 2022 DUES
INVOICE WILL BE MAILED TO YOU BY “BULK MAIL”
MID-SEPTEMBER 2021, FROM SHRINERS INTERNATIONAL.
PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK ALL “BULK MAIL” FROM SHRINERS
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RAJAH SHRINE OFFICE
Well, we have had our third campout this season. Again, the
weather has not been kind to us. Rain or cold was the norm for
much of this year’s outings.
In August we will be travelling to Lancaster, PA. Hopefully,
Mother Nature will be kinder to us.
September will find us at Watkins Glen, New York. I look
forward to walking up the Glen. But more importantly, touring
the many wineries, museums, and other attractions. All the while,
Walter Mini-Ceremonials Lamm
we are outside
shall shall be
and be at
the at the discretion
friends. It doesn’t get any better than
Potentate. To To schedule, please please contact contact the the recorder recorder at at
Caravaning and camping
is growing in popularity. If you enjoy the out of doors, if
you have a motor home, travel trailer, camper, tent, or a sleeping bag, consider joining us.
In the meantime, be safe, be healthy and be happy. And camp on!
The Dynamic Duo –
Alec & Kaleb for
By Sam Ellis
They form a great team when appearing in one of their Love to the
Rescue television promotions for Shriners Hospitals. Although they
live in different countries and are four years apart in age, they share
similarities on how they came to work together in the very successful
Direct Response media campaign.
Alec Cabacungan, now 18, seen on the right in the picture, lives in
Chicago and is quite the active teenager. He has been receiving treatment
for Osteogenesis Imperfect (OI), at the Chicago Shriners Hospital since
2002. OI is a genetic bone disorder characterized by fragile bones that
can frequently and easily break. He has had over 60 bone fractures. But
thanks to the outstanding care and innovative treatment Alec receives
from Shriners Hospitals his muscles are strengthening and his bones are
breaking less often.
OI is something he has in common with Kaleb. They both suffer
from the disease.
Kaleb Torres, now 14, lives in Montreal, Canada and has been a
patient at the Shriners Hospital in Montreal since he was 7 days old. “He had fractures when he was born,” his mother said. “But it
wasn’t as stressful as it could have been because we knew that specialists were taking good care of him.”
Kaleb has broken his bones over 200 times, has undergone 11 surgeries, and faced challenges many of us could never imagine.
But that hasn’t let that stop him! Today, he is stronger than ever and is even learning to stand and walk on his own.
Alec became a spokesperson 2014 at age 12 when he came to the attention of a director for the advertising agency which
produces the Love to the Rescue commercials. “He is a special kid. He has a lifeforce in him that not a lot of people have,” said the
director. Alex has since become a popular television star, has been interviewed on numerous national news and talk shows, and has
captured the hearts of many with his adorable smile and charming personality.
Kaleb came to be a spokesperson after being chosen as a patient ambassador at the Shriners hospital in Montreal, Canada. It
soon became clear that this photogenic young boy with the bubbly personality had a talent for this sort of thing. Kaleb has since
appeared in international campaigns, promotional videos, public service announcements and fundraisers for Shriners Hospitals as
well as for other causes.
The 14-year-old Kaleb has become a frequent side kick with 18-year-old Alec. He was introduced in an ad with Alec featuring
a split screen phone call. Since then, the two have appeared together in several commercials. They make a great team to promote
the services of Shriners Hospitals. Since Alec and now Kaleb have started doing the commercials, donations have skyrocketed!
“I used to be known as just a kid in a wheelchair, and now I’m Alec on the commercials and that is special for me.” Alec said
in a talk show interview. “Shriner’s hospitals have given me a life where I can live without limitations.”
“Kaleb realizes how much he has
accomplished at such a young age, and
he’s proud of himself,” his mother said.
“He enjoys the satisfaction of knowing
that he’s helping other kids like him.”.
Together Alec and Kaleb have
contributed to the success of the Love
to the Rescue ad campaign and to the
recognition of the services provided by
Shriners Hospitals for Children.
LEBANON SHRINE CLUB
As we all sit around trying to figure out how to stay cool, we realize what a contrast this year is
compared to 2020. It is truly great to be back. The plans are being made for the great things Rajah Shrine
does every year. The Pote’s Picnic, the Sportsman Raffle and then, as a special attraction, this October, the
Shrine Circus. If other activities are any indication, we should have great attendance.
There has been a call from the committees for help at these important events and the response has been
great. I am hopeful that enthusiasm builds for these events as they get closer. As we all know, these events
are large, complex undertakings and hard work. It can be a burden or fun. It depends on you and your
attitude. Nobles are all about having fun, so enjoy yourself.
Dennis Royer Here at Lebanon County Shrine Club, we are lining up the Dutchman army to help out wherever
needed. Well, it is not a real army, but there are a couple of us anyway. A few new faces will come in handy.
Our club is dark until the fourth Monday in Sept. when you can again bring yourself and your Lady to Heisey’s at 6:30 for our
regular meeting. We are looking to end this “come back year” strong. See you at all the up-coming Rajah events.
LEGION OF HONOR COMMANDER’S BALL
Honoring Commander James M. Cocuzza and Lady Cindy
The Legion of Honor held their Commander’s Ball at the Double Tree Hotel in Reading on June 5th. They had a good turnout
including Illustrious Sir Kraig Leiby and Lady Janet and several members of the Divan. Chief Rabban and Past Commander Joe
Hagan was host for the evening. The Ball committee’s chairman was 1st Vice Commander Fred Olinick, committee members were
Gail Remo, Jere and Susie Lesher, Kathy Hagan, Ray Ayers, and Ray Kunkle
LOH 2021 Commander, James Cocuzza
Living Past Commanders in attendance. L-R Scott Miller, PMC 2007, Pete LLaspopoulos2008, Bill Remo, PP, PMC 2016, George
Fields PMC 1985, James Cocuzza 2021, in back, Clint Starky 2020, Jere Lesher, PP, 1990, Joe Hagan 2015, Barry Weisser PMC 2014
2021 Officers L-R CMDR James Cocuzza, 1st Vice CMDR Fred
Olinick, 2nd Vice CMDR Ray Ayers, 3rd Vice COMD Ray Kunkle
Jere Lesher, PP, Finance Officer, Past
CMDR and Lady Susie
Bill Remo, PP, Past CMDR
and Lady Gail
Joe Hagan, Chief Rabban, PC,
hosted the evening
The potentate having a humerous moment
at the podium
Scott Miller, Past CMDR gave the
Tom Kalinowski, 2nd Vice CMDR MASA
made some remarks.
Past MASA COMD Barry Weisser
This year’s event was held on June 4th at Rich
Maiden Golf Course.
17 foursomes were registered. The rain held off and
it turned out to be a great day of golf.
Later, at the awards dinner, it got even better.
Honeybrook Golf Club donated a gift certificate for
a foursome with carts. The certificate was raffled off
raising $600. The winning foursome of the day’s
tournament donated their winnings back to Rajah
bringing the total raised for Shriners Hospital to $800.
Congratulations to Joel Franco, his committee and
the Pote’s Aides for a successful event.
Recorder Les Werly & Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby pause for a photo op at tee off
Aides Ron DeWald & Dwyane Miller handing out
registrations and bags.
Mike Zerbe, PP is handed the $$ bag for the Money
Hole by Joel Franco. They’re laughing because last
year it was misplaced.
Don Heimbecker at the tee.
Bill Remo, PP, lines up a chip shot to the 7th hole
The tournament committee: L-R Ron Rapp, PP,
Chairman Joel Franco, Gary Brown
Winner of the Honeybrook gift certificate was
Bryan Stoudt with Tom Piersal from Honeybrook
2nd Place in the tournament was pretty much a family affair.
L-R: Jared Frey, Zack Frey, Mic Frey, and Pat Kelly, a friend of the
Greg Miller got an
Eagle on the 5th hole
1st Place went to L-R Ed Stein, Bill Trites, Brad Small,
and Doug Trainer
2021 RAJAH SHRINE CIRCUS
October 20th –24th at the Hamburg Field House
The Circus this year was postponed due to Covid19
Families in this area need to get out and enjoy family time after a hard year.
We are not having the regular Program Book with all of the advertising this year
because we will be having the 2022 Circus in March again next year.
We are asking for $100 Sponsorships for Gift Cards from WalMart
as prizes at the eight shows. We give 6 to 10 away at each show.
Normally we have the Bike Give Away however there seems to be a bike shortage
so we elected to go with listing as a Gift Card. In the past we had some bikes at the shows
that some children chose but most of them received a Gift Card since
it is difficult to match the size and sex of the child. They were able to use the
Gift Cards for a bike or anything else of their choice.
A listing of all Sponsors will be in our small version program.
Gift Card Sponsorship $100.00
Complete this form and mail it, along with your payment to:
Rajah Shrine Circus, P.O. Box 40, Blandon, PA 19510
It can be emailed to: Steffanie@rajahshrine.org
Sponsorship Pledge is DUE BY OCTOBER 1st, 2021.
FOR TICKETS, INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS
Please call Rajah Shrine office at (610) 916-9000
Proceeds are for the benefit of Rajah Shrine and are not deductible as charitable contributions
I/WE PLEDGE $ __________ SPONSORSHIP GIFT CARD(S) TO THE 2021 RAJAH SHRINE CIRCUS
(RAJAH SHRINE CIRCUS MAKES NO PROFIT OFF OF THE GIFT CARDS. 100% GOES INTO THE GIFT CARDS.)
I/WE PLEDGE $ __________ DONATION TO THE 2021 RAJAH SHRINE CIRCUS
Sponsor Name _________________________________________________________________________
Contact Person _________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip: _________________________________________________________________________
Telephone #: __________________________________________ Total Amount: ___________
VISA MasterCard Discover American Express
Card Number: ____________________________________ Ex Date ___________ V-Code ___________
Signature: _________________________________________________ Date: _____________________
Thank you for your support in our 59th year of the Rajah Shrine Circus.
Well, it’s that time again when we can report news from the Director’s Staff monthly meetings. It’s
great to meet and plan out the rest of 2021 with some restrictions.
We would like to thank Chief Aide and our Treasurer Mic Frey for getting us the food concession for
Dance Pointe’s yearly recital held at the Shrine Complex Pavilion. It gave us the opportunity to get some
needed funds back into the treasury. Also, to the members who spent the day helping serve the food, thank
you for giving up your Saturday.
It has been a very lean year for our treasury with all the parade and fund raiser cancellations. The only
fund raisers we have scheduled are the jewelry
sales for the Pote’s Picnic and Ceremonial in
The are no parades scheduled for us until the
fall, but there is one bright spot to announce, the
Directors Staff is partnering with the Noble Riders
and the Rajah Clowns for the “Evening in Margaritaville” event on
Director Barry Reed is hard at work trying to keep the fire truck and
antique cars ready if any parade dates become available. The truck is
scheduled for a safety checkup before it goes into use.
Regarding the Pote’s Picnic, it would be appreciated if anyone
attending from the Director’s Staff could stop at the jewelry sale table and
relieve Noble Austin for his break. Just come to the jewelry tent and talk
to Mic Frey. Mic has been ordering replacement and exciting new items
for this year’s sale.
This could be our best jewelry fund raiser.
That’s it for this edition of Rajah News. Stay safe and we’ll see you at
the Pote’s Picnic.
RAJAH SHRINERS 70TH ANNUAL
Albright College vs. Wilkes University
October 9, 2021
Game Time 12:00 PM
Eugene L. Shirk Stadium
Shriners Hospitals for
The 2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open is
scheduled for October 4-10 at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas.
Volunteer registration for the 2021 tournament is now open
at shrinershospitalsopen.com Join the world’s top golfers in
support of Shriners Hospitals this fall in Las Vegas.
All proceeds benefit Shriners Hospital for Children
2021 Pretzel Bowl Chairman: Ronald L. Szapacs
2021 Committee: John K. Grumbein
WORTHY OF MENTION
– Rajah Shrine 2020 Trip: Music & Rails in West Virginia –
RAJAH TRUSTEE RECOGNIZED BY PHILADELPHIA SHRINERS HOSPITAL
Noble Dennis Snoke was featured recently on the Philadelphia Shriners Hospital of Children’s Facebook page.
Dennis is a Trustee, a member of the Chanters, Golf Club and Treasurer of Past Masters.
Here is the article as it appeared on Facebook.
Once a month, we would like to shed light on the men behind the name “Shriners
Hospitals for Children.” Our Shriners International members dedicate their time and
efforts to the philanthropy behind our hospital. We are very grateful for their hard work.
Say hello to Dennis
Join Chief Rabban Marvin What Shrine and Temple Lady are Marie you from? Miller on a 3-night trip to
Ride the Rails in West Virginia & Greenbrier Bunker Tour, June 25 - 28, 2020
Rajah Shriners, located in Reading, PA
When and why did you become a Shriner?
Experience the charm of the southern rails, music and the history of the south.
Back in 1990, my mentor had me marked for singing with the Chanters. I wanted to
Included in this trip:
Dennis at Shriners Hospital in learn more about what the Shriners really did. So I became very active!
- Roundtrip Philadelphia
transportation while transporting
private motorcoach equipped with reclining seats and restroom
What does being a Shriner mean to you?
- 3-nights’ hotel patient accommodations in Elkins Helping and kids, Lewisburg, meeting people, West Virginia and transporting kids to and from the hospital.
- Ride aboard the diesel-powered Cheat Mountain Salamander and the coal-fired steam engine Durbin Rocket
- Enjoy evening performances of the Gandy Dancer Dinner Theatre and “The Greatest Show on Rails”
Rajah Shrine 2021
- Tour the Cold War Era Bunker at Greenbrier Resort built to house U.S. Congress in the event of a nuclear attack
- Services of a professional Boscov’s Travel Escort
– Rajah Shrine 2020 Illustrious
Trip: Cruise Sir Kraig
to Canada & Lady
& New Janet
Join Chief Rabban Marvin and Lady Marie Miller on a
Cruise to Canada & New England aboard the
ARK ENCOUNTER Norwegian & Breakaway, CREATION MUSEUM Sept 27 - - Oct 4, 2020
WILLIAMSTOWN & PETERSBURG, KY
Come join friends on a cruise to Canada and New England to see the best
of the changing - October
28 - 31, 2021
Included in this trip:
YOUR ARK ENCOUNTER AND CREATION MUSEUM TOUR INCLUDES
- Roundtrip transportation to the Manhattan Cruise Terminal with included baggage handling
• Round trip transportation via private Elite motorcoach equipped with reclining seats and restroom.
Three (3) nights
one (1) night,
OH; one (1) night,
and one (1)
Inn, Lewisburg, WV.
- The Ultimate Beverage • Five (5) included Package meals: three for (3) the breakfasts, first two (2) guests dinners. per • Guided cabin tour of ($800 Frank Lloyd per Wright's person Fallingwater, value) Mill Run, PA
- Four-meal • Admission to specialty the Ark Encounter, dining Williamstown, for the KY. first This two full sized guests Noah's Ark, per the cabin largest and timber up framed to $100 building on in the board world, is credit built to the dimensions found in the
Bible and includes three (3) decks of exhibits about the Flood, Noah and the animals.
- Includes all meals • Admission and entertainment to the Creation Museum, while Petersburg, onboard KY. Over the 140 Norwegian state-of-the-art Breakaway
exhibits bring the pages of the Bible to life.
Learn more at our upcoming • Dinner presentation: Detective Murder Mystery Sunday, Dinner Show, October Cincinnati, OH 20, 2019 following the
calendar meeting at Rajah Shrine Complex, 221 Orchard Rd., Reading, PA.
• Bunker Tour at The Greenbrier Resort, White Sulphur Springs, WV - Tour the former Top-Secret Cold War Era Bunker built to house the U.S. Congress in the event of a
Travel arrangements by Boscov’s Travel, 800.782.5605
RAJAH LADIES GROUP
The Rajah Ladies, like all of us, have been sorely missing our Shrine activities and the camaraderie it
brings. Chef Alan’s, like many other restaurants, has decided to be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, so
we have moved our luncheon date to the first Wednesday of the month. We are looking forward to our first
lunch together in way too long, on Wednesday, August 4. Hope to see you then.
If you are the widow of a Shriner and have missed the opportunity to enjoy this group, please contact
Judy Yorty, treasurer, at (717) 274-2129 to arrange for your luncheon. Chef Alan's American Bistro is
located at 525 Penn Ave., West Reading, PA 19611. Rajah Ladies meet monthly from March until January
each normal year, on the first Tuesday of the month.
RAJAH PAST POTENTATES LADIES LUNCHEON
The ladies, wives of Past Potentates, are active again after the lifting of Covid restrictions. They met on May 22nd, at Lincoln
House in Ephrata. Tess Shank said that this first
get together was a nice, relaxed affair. There was
much to talk about everyone’s experiences with
the pandemic and getting back to normal. The
group meets once a year and rotates the location
to different areas.
Pictured at right: Front row L-R Bonnie
Grounder, Ferne Engle, Tess Shank, Marie Miller,
Back row L-R Janet Sattazahn, Joan Lewis,
Gail Remo, Kathy Klee, Susie Lesher, Barbara
Maxwell, and Joan Hairu
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’50s Sock Hop &
Hosted by the Car Club & Noble Riders
The two clubs did a terrific job in staging
this fun event. Over 70 Nobles, Ladies and
guests attended this first of what we hope will
be an annual fixture on the Rajah calendar.
Everyone stayed in the ’50s – ’60s theme with
poodle skirts, jeans and T-Shirts the norm.
Assistant Rabban Duane Dellecker & Lady
Barbara, along with Noble Riders President
Shane Paisley and Lady Janelle, hosted the
Photography by Mic Frey and Sam Ellis
Barbara & Duane Delleker were a key part of the success of the Sock Hop
Beth Frey won the Twist contest
Enjoying the music on the dance floor, Lady
Janet and Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby
Secretary of the Car Club Lee Brisan with Lady Beverly
on the left and daughter Melanie on the right
45TH ANNUAL RAJAH SHRINE NIGHT
AT THE READING FIGHTIN PHILS
45TH ANNUAL RAJAH SHRINE NIGHT
AT THE READING SUNDAY, FIGHTIN AUGUST PHILS
Hillbilly Truck 15, owned 2021 by Robert Klein - from 5:15 Lancaster, PM
45TH ANNUAL RAJAH SHRINE NIGHT
45TH ANNUAL FIRST RAJAH ENERGY SHRINE STADIUM NIGHT
45TH ANNUAL RAJAH NIGHT
AT FIRST THE AT ENERGY READING THE STADIUM READING ROUTE FIGHTIN 61, READING, PHILS
AT ROUTE THE 61, READING, PA FIGHTIN PHILS
SUNDAY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 15, 2021 -- 5:15 PM
SUNDAY, AUGUST FIRST ENERGY 15, 2021 STADIUM - 5:15 PM
Working the Soda Bar. L-R Secretary of the Noble Riders Blaine
Dellecker & Lady Marybeth, with Lady Janelle & Shane Paisley
SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 2021 - 5:15 PM
Winner of the Car Show portion of the event was this well turned out
FIRST ENERGY STADIUM
ROUTE 61, READING, PA
FIRST ENERGY STADIUM
ROUTE 61, READING, PA
FIRST ROUTE ENERGY 61, READING, STADIUM PA
ROUTE 61, READING, PA
With much enthusiasm we have looked forward to a season of fun
and fellowship through our fishing trips. While that is still possible, a
dark cloud has dampened our excitement. We have lost a very active
angler with the passing of Nick Smith, who over the years has provided
us with many laughs and hysterical situations. Seems like every year
he was a strong contender for our prestigious “Ryan Award,” given to
the person who provided us with the most humorous or most “unique”
situation. We will miss you, Nick!!
In addition, two of our officers have been missing from our activities.
Richard Snell Our president Mike Artim has been dealing with several issues that
have kept him from carrying out some new ideas he hoped to introduce.
Hopefully, those issues can be resolved and he can actively participate again. Also, our secretary
John Pavilik has medical issues of his own that are just
about ended and he’s looking forward to coming back
to participate in fishing trips. Keep all three of them in
Nick Smith fishing in the
Lehigh, Feb. 2014
We have had one fishing trip so far to Glendale
Lake where cold temperatures kept us from the kind of catch we hoped for. We did,
however, entertain our potentate Kraig Leiby and past potentate Mike Zerbe with a fun
time. Rumor has it that the number of leaded jigs that our Illustrious potentate lost has
caused a lead shortage throughout the country.
Hopefully, we can get back to some degree of normalcy starting with our July meeting.
With the circus being held in October, we have plenty to do and above all we will need a
great deal of help to pull off our commitment to Rajah Shrine.
In a little more than a week we will venture to Sodus Bay for our second trip of the
year. Hopefully I’ll have a good report with plenty of fish.
COME ONE! COME ALL!
TO THE 2021 RAJAH SHRINE CIRCUS!
WE NEED WORKERS for the 2021 CIRCUS at the Hamburg Field House.
The 2021 CIRCUS was postponed to October 20th - 24th, 2021.
WED 7pm * THUR 7pm * FRI 7pm, * SAT 10am, 3pm & 7:30pm * SUN 1pm & 5:30pm
Both Nobles & Ladies are needed. There are a total of EIGHT SHOWS.
If you could work even one show it would be Super!
There are a lot of available positions and some that you are able to sit.
Kitchen Cooks & Servers, Box Office, Selling at a Booth (some sales that work the crowds), etc.
Family members or Masons that are interested in helping the Circus are welcome to help.
You can enjoy the show and all of the Happy Faces!
Contact Steffanie at the Rajah Shrine Office, 610-916-9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Give us your name, phone #, email, when available & what you are interested in.
Thank you VERY,VERY MUCH!!!
Forks of the Delaware Tin Lizzies
The Summer is a relaxed time for everyone including the Tin Lizzies. Our pie baking will resume in
late August. Our main activity for the season is our Annual Clam Bake on July 10th at Bady’s Grove in
We had a great turnout with over 70 nobles and ladies attending including Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby and
Lady Janet. We had guests from three local lodges also. The weather cooperated with mild temperatures
providing a pleasant atmosphere in the pavilion. The afternoon activities encompassed a game of quoits,
’50s-’60s music by Dave LaBar, dancing, bingo with over 80 prizes, and delicious lobster, steak, and
chicken bakes. And of course, great fellowship.
Thanks to committee members Ron Barron, Ray Barron, Kay Ellis, Garrett Newhartz, and Wayne
Napoli for their work during the event. And thanks also to Sally Johnson for creating seven gift baskets
for door prizes, and to Diane Hahn, Joyce Marsh, and Shelia for baking deserts to round out the dinner.
Sam Ellis was the committee chairman.
We’re looking forward to participating in the parade at MASA in September and to our tradition parade season that includes
several parades in October and November.
5-time club president
Potentate with club officers, L-R Pres. Larry Silfies,
Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby, Treasurer Ron Barron, Parade
Dir. Garrett Newhartz
Ray Barron called Bingo
. Diane Hahn and Jim Rose doing his
Groucho Marx impression
Kay Ellis and Sally Johnson
Barbara and Richard Getz playing Bingo
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The “Smoke ‘em if you got
also known as Cigar Night on June 4 in the
Pavilion at the Rajah Complex
This year the event was hosted by the Shiners Club. It was
an evening of great cigars, food, fellowship and great music
served up by the Good ‘Ol Boys featuring the Potentate’s
brother Kevin Leiby. Toward the end of the evening Illustrious
Sir Kraig Leiby sang a few songs then Ron Rapp, PP, Dwyane
Miller and Les Werley joined in. Ill. Sir, Dwyane and Les are
also in the Chanters.
Tickets to the event came with a free Cigar. provided by
the Bethlehem Shrine Club. They were also selling their hand
rolled cigars. Profits from the sales at the end of the day went
back to Rajah. In fact, all the club’s cigar sales profit goes to
Rajah at the end of the year.
Greg Miller, Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby, and Ron Rapp, PP puffing away.
The potentate singing with
accompaniment by brother Kevin in background.
Ill Sir, Ron Rapp, PP, Dwyane Miller
and Les Werley formed a fun quartet.
Father and son
share a picture moment.
Selling Cigars L-R Bethlehem SC president Tim McCarty,
Garrett Newhartz and Tim Kramer
Tim Kramer rolling a cigar.
Barbara and Duane
Dellecker enjoying a hand rolled cigar.
The Bethlehem Shrine Club always turns out in force for Cigar Night
The potentate poses with the Good ‘Ol Boys.
Greg Lewis, PP
Yes, we were as disappointed as you were that we had to cancel the June 12th Provost Spaghetti dinner.
But, due to circumstances beyond our control, President Jon Schneider, in consultation with the committee,
felt it was best that we do not hold the dinner as scheduled. As many people did not feel comfortable
working the kitchen, tending tables, setting-up, etc., and of course, not knowing the response we would
receive from our patrons, it was decided that in the best interest of all concerned to cancel the dinner and
put our collective efforts into having a super All-You-Care-To-Eat Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, October
We do promise the best, yes, the VERY BEST dinner that we could possibly have on that date! Pasta,
meatballs, sauce, fresh bread, crisp salad and soft drinks, all for the amazing price of just $7.00 per person.
We will also have a large selection of outstanding, homemade, freshly baked cakes, pies, cookies, and other
goodies for sale as well.
So, again PLEASE circle Saturday, October 9th for the date of the Provost Guard Spaghetti Dinner. We’ll be serving from 3-7
p.m., take-out or eat in at the All-Purpose Meeting and Eating Room on the campus of your Rajah Shrine. There is plenty of free
and easy parking, and tickets will be available at the door.
Elsewhere regarding the Provost, we will have a contingent of members going to the annual gathering of M.A.S.A. in Virginia
Beach in September. We look forward to seeing Ill. Sir Jared Kichline, PP, being installed Captain of the Mid-Atlantic Shrine
Provost Guard Association during our annual meeting on Friday, September 10th.
Although it has been a tough couple of years, last year’s President Bob Himes and our current President Jon Schneider, along
with our elected line of officers, have been able to keep things moving along and look forward to carrying out our respective duties
at the upcoming Rajah events and hope you will support the temple’s efforts as well.
As a matter of fact, should you care to know more about joining in, please contact me, our President Jon, the Rajah office any
member of the Provost Guard for details about YOU becoming a member of our hard-working Unit.
Ladies of Rajah Shrine,
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Saturday, October 16th, 2021 - 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Rajah Shrine Complex • 221 Orchard Road, Blandon, PA 19510
Benefits: Philadelphia Shriners Hospital for Children
Donation is $25 per ticket
Lunch is included for attendees • Ticket must be presented at the door for entry
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You need not be present to win. All winners will be notified. • Sorry, no jewelry exchanges.
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It is good to see so much activity among our brother Shriners.
Most Clubs are back to normal with their meeting schedules and
also having good attendance.
The Lehigh Shrine Club had our annual Bingo Night at the
Complex on Friday, May 21. As usual, it was well attended by
Nobles, Ladies and some guests. A hot buffett dinner was provided
before the Bingo games started. Before it was over, everyone had
won at least one prize. A few lucky players won two or three prizes.
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We thank Noble Bryan Stoudt for calling the Bingo numbers. Also
thank you to our Pres. Noble Dennis Guignet and his Lady Karen
for donating a special prize for the last game of the evening.
Adding a lovely touch to the
evening were Ladies Jan Reis and
LEHIGH SHRINE CLUB
Our Hawaiian Shirt Nite was held on
Wednesday, June 2, at the Brass Rail in
Allentown. We had 43 Nobles and Ladies in
a plethora of colorful short-sleeved shirts.
Present were Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby and his Lady
Janet, as well as five Past Potentates. LSC really
appreciates the support the Divan continues to
show our Club.
Dinner was salad, steak sandwiches, French
fries, and an ice cream sundae. This menu
continues to be one of the most popular dinners!
Our speaker was Noble (Reverend)
Jim Atkins, a new member of our Club.
He was a patient in the Shrine Hospital
in the 1980s and currently serves as a
Member of the Board of Governors.
He has truly come full circle. Noble Jim talked about hospital services, the number of
operations, patients and fund raising. He gave a very interesting and emotional program
and reminded us that the 5K Walk for Love is Saturday, October 2.
Nobles, remember to support and attend your Clubs and Units. Without active member
participation, we WILL cease to exist.
As always, it’s GREAT to be a Shriner!
Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby with the
evening's speaker Jim Atkins
Going Hawaiian past potentates Ron Rapp
and Bill Remo
Pictures by Carl “Mic” Frey
The Hospital Service Unit has seen an increase in patient transports in the past month. Philadelphia
Shrine Hospital still requires face masks, as do all medical facilities, and visitors to the hospital must
answer the usual battery of questions regarding COVID.
The Hospital Service Unit has started our ticket sale for the annual raffle. Tickets are available at the
Rajah office (see Recorder Noble Les Werley), or from members of the HSU. Tickets are $5.00 each or 5
for $20.00. Prizes range from $25.00 to $200.00 - a total of 10 prizes. Good luck to all participants. There
will only be 500 tickets sold, so don’t delay. Get yours today. Drawing will be held at fall MASA once
again. You will not have to be present to win.
The Walk for Love takes place October 2nd, at the Philadelphia Zoo. Hospital Services
made a donation to support the event and encourages everyone to participate. Register online at
Walkforlove5k.org. Remember, our Hospital Service Unit relies on your support. Without everyone’s financial support, we could
not provide this service to the patients. It’s the kids that count.
Greetings from your String Band,
The first parade of the season was on Memorial Day
in Mahanoy City. We had a full float of musicians. We
welcomed new members: Joe Hogan on banjo and Rich
Kunkel on trombone. Great to have you on board. The
parade was fairly long (didn’t know Mahanoy City was
that big). Chris did a great job maneuvering through those
very narrow streets.
Our July 4th parade was in Glenside. It was one of the
Larry Christman largest attended parades in many years. Great to see the
crowd waving and yelling, “Love you Shriners.” (Makes
it all worthwhile). We had a great turn-out of musicians,
and it was wonderful to see Bill Bechtel (Mr. Bass Man) back on the float. Thanks
to Bryan Snyder for making the sandwiches for after both parades.
As always, there is an open-door invitation for musicians to play in the String
Band. If you play an instrument, come out to a rehearsal on the second Wednesday
at 6 p.m. at the Complex. If you need to brush up, we’ll help you get started. Just
come with your instrument to rehearsal.
And speaking of instruments, I would like to share an accomplishment of our
string band President, Mike Gubich.
He built his own 6-string banjo, called a Bandtar, from scratch.
Mike Gubich, playing his hand-made Bandtar
Mike practices lutherie as a hobby. Lutherie is the craft of building and
repairing string instruments. The term originally comes from the French
word for “lute.” He is a member of the Guild of American Luthiers, a global
educational organization that facilitates collaboration of ideas and methods
Mike says his first venture into lutherie was in the late 60s when he built an
acoustic guitar from scratch. His latest creation, the instrument pictured here
took, three years to complete.
We’re proud to have a person, much less the
president, with such a unique skill in the String Band.
Part 2 of this story in next issue.
With the support of our Ladies, our purpose is
that we might play our instruments so that someday a
physically challenged child may walk and play again.
See you at MASA.
CALLING ALL SHRINERS!
Nobles: The Rajah Shrine Membership numbers listed below are the Nobles who still owe 2021 dues per our Temple records. If by chance
you have misplaced your dues notice or you didn’t receive a notice due to a recent address change, please contact the Recorder at 610-
916-9000, to assist you in taking care of this matter. If you have paid your 2021 dues within the past month, thank you for your payment!
Les A. Werley, Recorder
19175 20634 20694 21632 21902 21967 23848 23891 24129 24152 24212 24231 24518 24581 24624
24742 24796 25219 25294 25335 25390 25405 25549 25758 26842 27059 27154 27323 27470 27534
27583 27607 27615 27720 27779 27932 27973 28033 28109 28133 28199 28488 28538 28553 28592
28662 28671 28680 28786 28810 28815 28843 28851 28865 28869 28870 28877 28879 28902 28903
28918 28943 28953 28978 28998
Greg Lewis, PP
Yes, indeed it has been a very long time that we have been out of the spotlight, but as things slowly get
back to “normal,” we are looking forward to singing and entertaining once again. In the meantime, we
are continuing our rehearsals and working as hard as ever to get ready to get back out there and sing for
everyone who enjoys good music and the harmonies of a corps of male voices.
Although you may have forgotten what it was like just a little over a year and half ago, the Rajah
Chanters are still going strong. In fact, we participated in a couple of events in July. We had the pleasure
of singing a Patriotic Medley along with the choir of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Kutztown on Sunday,
July 4th under the direction of Bruce Rohrbach, who also happens to be the Director and accompanist of
the Rajah Chanters.
Later that day, we rode our float through the streets of the Borough of Wyomissing to the cheers of
hundreds of on-lookers for their annual Independence Day Parade. Along the way we received several rounds of applause for
bringing our collective voices to the streets of Wyomissing.
Although there will not be a competition at the annual gathering of the Mid-Atlantic Shrine Chanters Association in Virginia
Beach this September, we will be performing, along with some of the other Shrine Chanter groups from MASA, at the Convention
center and in Rajah’s Hospitality room. We hope you will stop in and sing along with us to some of your favorite Chanters’ songs
and enjoy the camaraderie only being a Shriner can provide.
We are also excited about our own Dave DeTurk’s installation as President of MASCA and we wish him luck for a successful
year at the helm of this long-standing Association in MASA.
As conditions slowly get back to normal, we have been contacted by several adult living centers, community groups and
others. As we await firm dates from them, we continue to practice and
our President, Dwayne Miller is proud of the fact that we are ready,
willing and able to return to the stage and entertain once again.
Should you be a member of a group, association or committee
member looking for some top-notch entertainment, please get in
touch with any of the Chanters to obtain more information about our
Also, should you be interested in singing with us, we meet regularly
in the All-Purpose Room on the campus of Rajah Shrine, just get in
touch any Rajah Chanter and we’ll see that you have as much fun
singing as we do.
The Concert Band will not be participating in the MASA Parade this year but will be entertaining in
the Sheraton Hospitality Suite. Regretfully, there were not enough musicians available. There is a similar
problem with declining membership in other Shrine bands as well. Given this fact, at MASA, the Mid-
Atlantic Shrine Band Association is planning a mass band performance along with the Chanters at the
Virginia Beach Convention Center on Friday morning at 10 a.m. in the lobby outside of the marketplace.
Hopefully, you will plan to stop by to support us.
Depending on when this article is published, the band will have performed at the Shriner’s Nite at the
Reading Phillies on August 15th. The band is looking for musicians. If you have
desire to play with our fun band, come join in. We can help you get reacquainted
with your favorite instrument. We meet on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 1 p.m.
The band is rehearsing for an upcoming party planned for Sunday, November 7th at 3 p.m. at the
Complex. Carbon Country Shrine Club will be co-hosting this event with the Concert Band. Tickets will
soon be available. It’s a family fun party. There will be fun things for the children to see and do. We hope
it will be a naked face party. I anticipate some “clowning” around. Background music will be supplied by
the German Band and the Nobleaires Dance Band.
Sorry to end on a sad note, but I would be remiss to not mention that the Black Camel has taken
another bandsman home to the celestial band. Captain Walter Levan will be missed by many of us. Thank
you, Walter, for all that you did for our bands. Job well done!
THE CHAPLAIN’S STUDY
Jesus, like most rabbis of his day, loved to tell stories to illustrate an idea. We call them parables. One
of the best- known parables is the one often called the “Prodigal Son.”
It is an unfortunate name because it points us toward the action of the son rather than where it belongs,
on the father.
The story is simple: a son demands his inheritance and his father gives it to him, and the son goes off
and loses it all. It is what happens next is the real part of the parable that is important.
The son comes home asking for his father’s forgiveness, being very penitential before him. The father
sees the son on his way home and runs to greet him and has him dressed in the finest clothing. This is the
point of the story; the father is waiting for the son to come to him and he welcomes back into his household
as if nothing happened.
This parable, as many of Jesus’ parables, is about the kingdom of God. He expresses what our heavenly
father is like. The kingdom of God has a father who is awaiting our return. Not only is God waiting but
We live in a society that seems to be morally failing and on the brink of social degradation. Being a forgiving person is important
even though the world around us seems to be falling apart. Many people need to be forgiven and know that God loves us all when
we return to him. God is waiting for us to return if we fall away. He is ready to take us in without any recrimination. He loves us
If God loves us, we therefore should love one another and forgive one another as we serve one another. As we serve those in
need, we are fulfilling what God has wanted for us, to be in service to those in need.
LEGION OF HONOR
Slowly but surely, things are returning to some sort of normal. Remember that our August LOH
meeting is on Saturday the 14th at 9:00 a.m., and not the usual 2nd Tuesday.
Activities that Legion members have attended and contributed their service to are resuming. Here's a
list of some of those events:
(a) August 4 - Potentate’s Picnic -
The LOH always works in the clam line
bagging the clams and serving them -
Bagging starts at 8:00 a.m. and serving
starts at 1:00 p.m.
(b) September 19 - Sportsmen's
Raffle - Help is always needed preparing
and serving the food. Contact Les Werley
at the Shrine office if you can help.
(c) November 6 & 7 - Wreath Laying at the Arlington
National Cemetery - All booked, but contact Gary Brown in case
any openings have occurred.
(d) October 20 to 24 - Circus at Hamburg - The LOH will
need help in the kitchen where we have worked for many years
at the serving counter and cash register. We require two men
or women and a cashier for each of the two serving counters
for each show. That’s one show each on Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday, three shows on Saturday and two shows on Sunday.
If you can help, call either Mic Frey at 484-529-8910 or Susie
Lesher at 717-361-3961.
If you call Susie, she will pass your name on to Mic, since he
is doing the scheduling.
Here’s hoping for things to continue to improve. Have a safe
and happy summer.
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Gerstenslager fire truck. It was originally built for the Monaca Fire Department
No. 1., (near Pittsburgh) After years of service, the fire company decided to sell
the vehicle and that is when Garrett Newhartz, BSC secretary, spotted it in a
publication and convinced the membership to buy it. Now the club has given
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