My personal take on the Shrine

Discussion in 'Shrine' started by cemab4y, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. Txmason

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    Could the Shrine Temple in Houston bring back the cold and hot sands? I could bring some hot sand from Galveston put it in the oven at 250.
     
  2. fairbanks1363pm

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    give me a buzz
     
  3. TC7

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    Looking forward to becoming a brother, hot, cold, I would prefer to keep with tradition. be safe
     
  4. Sir Buck

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    Hello nobles I'm a new noble
     
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  5. Bloke

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    Welcome to the Shrine !
     
  6. Sir Buck

    Sir Buck Registered User

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    Thanks I'm I injoy it
     
  7. Sir Buck

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    With my job it's hard to travel to different things but when I'm home I try to stay very active in my lodge and shrine .plan on going to my first parade when I get home. And later on when I can visit the hospitals.
     
  8. Sir Buck

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    And all I can say to the brothers/nobles it's what you put into it .
     
  9. Hiran C

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    I agree brother. I just joined Khedive Shrine in Chesapeake, VA this past weekend. One thing i will tell anyone is if you’re married and love doing things with your wife, than the Shrine is for you. All of their events (except for the quarterly business meetings) are open to spouses and you are encourage to bring them. My wife enjoys mingling and doing things with the other wives. That’s an experience you can’t get in the blue lodge with the exception of annual family cookouts.
     
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  10. jermy Bell

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    The shrine is not a masonic organization. Yet you have to be a mason to be a shriner. I think that the shrine and freemasonry should be separated completely. The shrine should be it's own identity.
     

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