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Sudan Shriners
P. O. Box 12829
New Bern, NC 28561

                Sudan Shriners

1425 S. Glenburnie Rd., Suite 4
          New Bern, NC 28562

 

 

Unit Memo - Parade info

SUDAN SHRINERS

Spring Ceremonial

Schedule of Events

Rocky Mount, NC

May 17 – 18, 2019

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 Changes in Red

Thursday, May 16, 2019

4:00 pm                                Board of Directors Meeting – Holiday Inn

Friday, May 17, 2019

9:30 am                                 Golf Tournament – The Links at Cotton Valley – 2681 US-258, Tarboro

(All Shriners and candidates welcome)  Click for form

11:00 am - 3:00 pm            Open for Lunch, Shopping & Sightseeing

3:00 pm - 11:00 pm            Casual Friday - Hospitality and Entertainment – Rocky Mount S/C

Music by “Bounce!” - 320 Airport Rd.

Admission by 2019 Shrine or Blue Lodge Dues Card

(Casual Dress)

 

Saturday, May 18, 2019

7:30 am                                 Registration of CandidatesNash Community College

    (Science & Technology Building)  522 N Old Carriage Rd.

8:00 am                                 Stated Business Meeting - Nash Community College

9:00 am                             Ladies Breakfast - K&W Restaurant - 1266 N Wesleyan Blvd.

All Ladies & Candidates Ladies Invited

10:00 am                              First Section – Shrine Degree by Ritualistic Cast - Nash Community College

11:00 am                               Parade Formation – Nashville, NC - Corner or E Cedar St. and N 1st St.

12:00 noon                            Parade Steps Off – E. Cedar St.

1:00 pm                                  Moslem Feast – Nash Central High School – 4279 Nash Central High Rd.

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm            Second Section - Nash Community College (Gymnasium - Continuing Ed Building)

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm     Shrine Headquarters Hospitality Room - Holiday Inn / RMT

7:30 pm – 9:00 pm             Memorial Service, Patient Introduction, Fez & Rose Presentation for New Nobles and                                                    their Ladies - Nash Community College (Brown Auditorium)

9:00 pm – 12:00 am       Potentates Ball - Nash Community College (Brown Auditorium)

                                                    Music by –“Hip Pocket”

 

Nobles Coat / Tie & Fez Requested

Brown Bagging (Permitted)

 

Rocky Mount Hotels

Holiday Inn - Headquarters (full)

Hampton Inn (full)

DoubleTree - 6 rooms left

All hotels are $99 and have to be booked through the temple.

Please call:  252-637-5197

 

 

Lady Janet's Charm / Bracelet

Net proceeds will be donated to Sudan Shriners - Children's Camp Fund

 
 

SASA Mid-Winter

Director Frank Long, Imperial Sir Jim Cain, Ill. Sir Carl Smith and Asst. Rabban Coble Wilson III at Bristol Speedway in TN.

 

SERVICE AWARDS – WAYNE SHRINE CLUB

 

The Wayne Shrine Club saw a good turnout of over 80 to witness the presentation of two Shriners International Service Award presentations at their March meeting.  The presentations were made by Outer Guard Larry Barnes and assisted by Illustrious Sir Carl Smith.  Noble John D. Pate received his 25 year Service Award and is shown above with his lady and the Wayne Shrine Club President Jim Pender (center).  A 50 Year Service Award from Shriners International was presented to Noble Elliott Futrell.  Noble Futrell and his lady are shown with Noble Larry Barnes and Illustrious Sir.  Noble Futrell made special note of the outstanding care and opportunities our hospitals have given our children over the years. 

 

 

 
 

FAIRMONT SHRINE CLUB

The monthly meeting of the Fairmont Shrine Club saw 100 years of sincere dedication to our fraternity and the Shriners Hospitals for Children when two nobles were presented their 50 Year Service Awards from Shriners International.   Noble’s Edward F. Hodges, Jr. and Wayland B. Lennon, Jr., were presented their 50 Year Certificates and pins by our Sudan Marshal Jeff Taylor and Illustrious Sir Carl W. Smith.  Congratulations to each of you for this great accomplishment. 

 

WILSON COUNTY SHRINE CLUB SERVICE AWARDS

L to R:  Sudan Outer Guard Larry Barnes; Noble Richard A Carter, Capt. of the Guard Christopher “Chris” Boykin and Illustrious Sir Carl W. Smith.

 

Noble’s Richard A. Carter and Chris Boykin were presented their 25 Year Service Awards from Shriners International and the pin at the March monthly meeting of the Wilson Shrine Club.  Noble Larry Barnes made the presentations and our Sudan Potentate presented their pins.  Illustrious Sir then made a presentation to those in attendance on his initiatives for 2019.  A great meal was enjoyed and great evening of Masonic sharing.

 

ST. PAULS SHRINE CLUB SERVICE AWARDS

Members of the Sudan Divan are shown above after presenting Noble Duncan Mackie his 25 Year Service Award from Shriners International.  Nobles on the right of the photo are members of the St. Pauls Shrine Club. The presentation took place at the club’s March Monthly meeting.  Illustrious Sir Carl Smith assisted in the presentation and made a presentation to the club relating to his programs and initiatives for 2019. 

 

New Bern Golden Age Club

2019 Easter Project

Noble John Pugh and Lady Carol with the 25 Easter baskets collected and donated by the New Bern Golden Age Club of which the Pugh’s belong. The baskets are for Shriners Hospitals for Children - Greenville. Noble Pugh and Lady Carol have been involved in this project by the New Bern Golden Age Club for 11 years. The Easter Bunny delivered these baskets to the patients at the Greenville, SC during 2019 Easter holidays. A big thanks to the Golden Age Club.

 

Harnett County Racers – 2019 Shriner Days

The Harnett County Racers and their ladies are shown here on the staircase at the Greenville Shriner’s Hospitals for Children, “Shriner’s Day’s”.  The annual event was held on March 8-9, 2019 in Greenville, South Carolina. There was one change this year in that following the Saturday morning events and lunch, there was a one mile “Walk for Love”.  There was a $25 registration fee which included a T-shirt. I understand from this group that there were a lot of Sudan nobles and ladies in the crowd this year.

ONSLOW COUNTY SHRINE CLUB SERVICE AWARDS

L to R:  Potentate Carl W. Smith; Noble’s Wesley Sales; Ronald S. Futter Jr; Ralph B. Hicks Jr; Stephen K Smith; and Gordon “Gordy” W. Crossman and First Ceremonial Master Randy Simpson.

 

Onslow County Shrine Club had a big turnout for their annual Shiner’s International, Service Awards for the 50 year and 25 year recipients.  A fabulous buffet was prepared by their ladies followed by the awards presentation.  Our Sudan 1st Ceremonial Master, Noble Randy Simpson announced and introduced the recipients.  Illustrious Sir Carl Smith presented the certificates and Noble Randy presented them with the appropriate year pins. 

 
 

Sudan Pirates Take 2nd place Non Profit at 31st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade North Myrtle Beach

Top left starting aboard the ship
Kinly Williamson, Trey Floyd, David Cook
Bottom starting left
Jonathan Aguirre, Owen Thomas, John Grissom, Ricky Ward, Kenny Britt, Trey Elam, Phillip Ward, Brandon Prevatte, Jimmy Prevatte, & Randall Canady.

 

SUDAN PIRATES WIN CHILI CONTEST

Our Sudan Pirates parade unit from Fairmont, NC competed in the “BUD LIGHT, 2019 Bud Light North of the Border Chili Festival” contest on March 2, 2019 in Lumberton and walked away with a 1st Place Trophy for the “Best Tasting Chili”.  The chili contest was a part of a three day “Rumba on the Lumber Festival”, an annual event in Lumberton.  The entire festival is a 3-day family oriented event.  The event starts on Friday night with the Allen Orthopedics Pasta Party.  Dr David Allen an Orthopedic physician sponsors the event and in fact took his residency at Shriners Hospitals for Children - Boston. Other events include Health 10K & 5K run and a 20-mile Cruzbike event.  Congrats to our Sudan nobles for competing and winning!

Back Row L to R: Noble’s Kenny Britt, Brent Barfield, David Cook, Jimmy Prevatte, Randal Canady.  Front: Travis Grimsley, Tre Floyd, Brandon Prevatte, Trey Elam, and Adam Ward

 

Recruiting Pirates at “Rumba on the Lumber”

Noble Jonathan Agguire, from the Sudan Pirates is shown interacting with a small child at the 2019 “Rumba on the Lumber Festival” in Lumberton on March 2, 2019.  Looks like you have a new friend Noble Jonathan.  Good job! 

 

25 YEAR SERVICE AWARD PRESENTATION

Noble Leonard P. King is shown above after being presented his 25 Year Service Award by Outer Guard Larry Barnes and Illustrious Sir Carl W. Smith. The presentation was made at the February 18, 2019 meeting of the Dunn Shrine Club.  Noble King is a very dedicated member of the Sudan Provost Guard.  Thank you for your hard work and dedication.

 

BLADEN COUNTY SERVICE AWARDS & OYSTER ROAST

Bladen County took advantage of two events on February 12, 2019 and ended up with a great night in Masonry and Shrinedom for all in attendance. Noble’s Steve Bunn and John Dove were presented their 25 Year Service Awards from Shriners International by our 2nd Ceremonial Master Tom Ferrell.  Also present for the presentations were Illustrious Sir Carl W. Smith, Assistant Rabban Coble Wilson III, and Assistant Director Dean West.  Plenty of good oysters and good fellowship was enjoyed by all.  Congratulations to these two nobles for their dedication.

 

2019 Venison Feast

On February 2, 2019. Elizabeth City Shrine Club hosted the Annual Venison Feast at their club with Shriners from Sudan and our neighbors from Virginia, Khedive Shriners attending.  A near full house from both temples enjoyed a fantastic dinner of wild game and fixings.  Our shrine patient, Miss Maci Braymiller, 13 years old was present with her parents.  She began treatment in our hospitals in 2016 due to some bone issues.  After comments from Khedive Shriners, Illustrious Sir Oscar Obsuna and our Sudan Potentate, Illustrious Sir Carl W. Smith, the auction on the five cakes took place.  Yes, Sudan bid and won the first cake of the evening made by Maci!  Separate from the cake auction, Mrs. Shirley Elliott, Elizabeth City Shrinettes presented Lady Janet Smith with a check for $2500.00 for Lady Janet’s 2019 project.  Lots of brotherly love was shared by all in attendance. 

L to R - Illustrious Sir Carl Smith, Maci Braymiller and Outer Guard Larry Barnes

 

2019 SUDAN WRECKING CREW

L to R:  1st Row:  Nobles Billy Walker, Jeff Percy, Tenny Sutton, Ray Casey, Tommy Sasser Sr., Tommy Sasser Jr., David Ivester.  2nd Row. Nobles Dave Stewart, Todd Rogers, Charles Davis, Buck Causey, Allen Smith, Timmy Sasser, Alan Winstead, Bobby Webb.  3rd Row:  Director 2019, Noble Craig Gutherie, Nobles Thomas Ferrell IV, Ken Cox, Phil Howell Jr, Jimmy Guilliams, and Matt Wiggins.

 

Sudan Shriners Wrecking Crew met at the Wayne Shrine Club for their annual Winter Ceremonial Dinner on January 25, 2019.  The members present at the meeting are shown in the above photograph.

NOBLE ASSISTING “YOUNG NOBLE”

North Carolina Past Grand Master, Noble Gene Cobb and now our Sudan Chaplain – 2019 is shown assisting a “Young Noble” with his Fez.  Wyatt Alford, 4 years old had just acquired one of the “Fez’s” while attending the 2019 Winter Ceremonial Parade in Goldsboro on Saturday, January 26.  Young Wyatt is the grandson of Noble Charles Alford from the Wayne Shrine Club.

 

100th Anniversary Book - available for $25 - $30 (to mail to you).  If you have any questions or want to place an order please contact the Recorder at (919) 394-3379 or at sudanrecorder11@bellsouth.net or Sharon at (252) 637-5197. 

Bulk is available to the clubs $750 per box of 30.

 

Sudan Van Patrol

L to R:  Chief Rabban Carl Smith; Noble Charlie Ramsey – Treasurer; Noble Patrick “Chubby” McGirl, Secretary; and Noble Steve Marshburn, Captain.

Sudan Keystone Kops

L to R:  Sudan Chief Rabban Carl Smith; Noble Mike Smith, Treasurer; Noble Randy Hoffer – Secretary; and Noble Trent Meadows – Captain.

Onslow County Shrine Club conducted their 2019 Installation of Officers for the ensueing year – 2019 on January 3, 2019.  A catered meal was served to the 54 nobles, ladies and their guests.  Our Sudan Chief Rabban, Noble Carl Smith conducted the installation and briefed on he activities for the year 2019.  Several Divan members and their ladies also attended.

L to R:  Sudan Chief Rabban, Noble Carl Smith; Noble Trent Meadows - Treasurer; Noble Patrick “Chubby” McGirl – Secretary; Noble John DeMichele, Vice President; and Noble Julian “Buck” Causey – President

 
 
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