Shaddai Shrine

Shaddai Shrine building

David (Mac) McMillan
2017 Potentate

We as Shrine Masons belong to an organization that was founded in New York City in 1872 by two Masons who felt that there was a need to have a fun side of Masonry, and thus the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of North America was established. In later years the Orthopedic Hospitals and Burn Institutions were established as charities of our order.

Now our 22 Hospitals are known as Shriner Hospitals for Children and Shriners Burn Institutes, but we as Shriners call them the World’s Greatest Philanthropy.

Shaddai Shriners are the guys participating in colorful parades wearing distinctive Red Fez's, but helping kids is what we are really all about. For with our Caring Hearts, we provide the funding for those helping Hands that mend a child’s body, so they can have a better quality of life. Wouldn't it be great to belong to such an organization?

Things Happening at Shaddai Shriners

NOTICE OF ELECTIONS TO ALL NOBLES

In Accordance with Imperial By-Laws, Section 325-11, this is notice that the annual election of Shaddai Shrine Officers will be held at the Stated Meeting, December 15, 2017.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. (CST).  Election of officers will begin no later than 9:00 p.m. (CST)
 § 325.11 Election Regulations
(a) Electioneering.   A candidate for an elected office in a Shrine temple may print, publish and circulate during the year he is seeking the elected of­fice, a résumé consisting of his educational background, his vocational his­tory, and his Masonic and Shrine record. Except as provided in the prior sentence, the printing, publication, circulating or distribution of resolutions, letters, telegrams, tickets, email or other devices, by a unit, club, Noble, or  group of Nobles, suggesting, recommending, opposing, or containing the names of proposed candidates for office in the temple is prohibited.

(b) Expenditures Prohibited.  The expenditure of money for gifts, favors, or entertainment on behalf of a candidate for elected office is prohibited.

(c)Violation.  For any violation of (a) or (b), the Imperial Potentate may suspend any offending Noble, and he may declare the election of the officers void and order a new election.

(d)  Notice.  At least one week prior to the annual meeting or any elec­tion, the temple Recorder shall mail to each member a notice thereof con­taining this section.

Panama City Christmas Parade-Dec 2, 2017
Children's Christmas Party (Temple)-Dec. 3, 2017
New Years Eve Party (Temple)-Dec. 31, 2017

 
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