The Old National Trail Shrine Club is dedicated to fun and fellowship, but with a serious purpose. Our members enjoy many opportunities to find personal fulfullment and satisfaction through supporting Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Shriners are distinguished by an enjoyment of life and a commitment to philanthropy. We enjoy parades, trips, dances, dinners, sporting events and other social occasions. We support what has been called the "World's Greatest Philanthropy," Shriners Hospitals for Children, a network of 22 pediatric specialty hospitals, operated and maintained by the Shriners. All children, up to 18 years old, may be eligible for treatment at Shriners Hospitals if they, in the opinion of the hospital's chief of staff, could benefit from the specialized care available at Shriners Hospitals. Eligibility is not based on financial need or relationship to a Shriner.
Potentates Poker and Jeep Run - June 27th 2009 - Prizes and Raffles
Poker Run sign up June 27th 2009 from 10am to 11am at the Blue Mound Tavern (Rt. 40 between St. Elmo and Altamont). This will be an open poker run to anyone with a motorcycle, Jeep, car, bus, or any other type of vehicle. $10.00 per ticket. Download Flyer for more info
Jeep Run sign up June 27th 2009 from 11am to Noon at Luke's in Altamont. $10.00 per person. Download Flyer for more info
All proceeds benefit the Shriners Hospital for Children. For more information please contact Tim McMillan at 618-292-7270.
Interested In Joining Us?
No matter what your interests are, there is something for you in our fraternity:
There's fun and friendship...
- Parade Units
- And much more
You'll have the opportunity to be personally involved in making a difference in the lives of the children at the 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children.
To Become A Shriner:
Ask any Mason or Shriner for a membership petition.
Once you reach the highest level of Masonary, that of Master Mason, you are eligible to become a Shriner.
How to become a better man, a better father and a better husband, through the lessons taught at the Masonic lodges.
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