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                                                                              Sunday, September
                                                                                 14 , 2008
                                                                                   th

                                                                                      11:00 am - 7:00 pm
                                                                                       at Tangier Shrine Center
                                                                                             84th & Tangier Way
                                                                                                (just south of Center Street)




                                                 Dine In or Come by our Convenient
                                                    Drive Up Area for Carry Out.
                                                                  (East side of Shrine building)
                                       Where you don’t even have to get out of your car.
   “Proceeds are for the benefit of Tangier Temple activities.” “Payments are not deductible as charitable contributions.”

                                            Volunteers Needed!
                                     Contact the Tangier Shrine Office
                                   to sign up to Volunteer 402-392-0404
                                          Spaghetti Feed Kitchen Schedule

                                                Thursday,	September	11th,	2008
                                           7:00 am – Make Sauce (8 Volunteers needed)

                                                 Friday,	September	12th,	2008
                              7:30 am – Make Meatballs (Kitchen Help at 7:30 am, Rollers at 8:30)
                                          6:00 pm - Set up Tables & Roll Silverware

                                                Saturday,	September	13th,	2008
          c                               7:00 am – Cook Spaghetti (Volunteers needed)
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                          9:00 am – Kitchen Help (Volunteers needed, if not helping Frank Kroupa)
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                                                                      H e l p Wa n t e d
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year with all the rain, but it hasn’t interfered
with a great parade season. We still have
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and the Nebraska City Parade on September
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20th. The Ladies will carry the Flag in
Nebraska City. Thank you for the great
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participation at the parades this year.
   The Shrine Bowl festivities in Lincoln                                 H
was a great success this year, thanks to
Greg and
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   Jan Cade and the members of the
Shrine Bowl Unit for all their work with the hospitality room.
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The new motel we stayed at (Hampton Inn), was very well                                        ospital
received by all who attended. Our thanks to Arnie Nelson,               Office with some com
Ray Bruneteau & Bill Harper for all their dedication and                                       puter
hard work at the Shrine Bowl game. Thank you to all who                    knowledge on Monday,
sponsored and worked with the Masonic Band. Getting 250                   Wednesday & Friday AM
High School kids from all over the state assembled, organized                                     .
and being able to play and march together in a 4-day period                     Contact the
is amazing.
   The Cox Classic Golf Tournament was another great success.
                                                                         Hospital Office: 392-1408
Our sincere appreciation goes out to everyone who worked on or                        - Wayne Sherman
was at that event. Tangier Transportation Fund is one of the
charities that benefit from this tournament.



                                                                                         Thank
   Our annual Spaghetti Feed is September 14 and we will
need a lot of help making meatballs and sauce, and cooking the
spaghetti. We will also need everybody’s help on
   Sunday, September 14, the day of the dinner. See the




                                                                                          You
volunteer section for dates, times and when help is needed. We
served 3,300 meals last year and we would like to improve on
that number this year, so please sell tickets and help us with
this very important fund-raiser.
   We will have the drive thru pick-up window again this year
for those who want to take meals home. Bring your family and
friends and make this day a huge success.                              So many people have personally thanked
   On September 19th, we will be having and Ugly Sister Night.         me for the donation of the bus for the trip
It hasn’t been done for several years and it’s a great party to        to the Shrine Hospital. In turn, I want to
attend. For the men who choose to come dressed, there are all
types, the good, the bad and the ugly.                                 thank them for making the trip – it gives a
   The Halloween Party will be on Friday, October 31st. Start          new insight into the meaning of Shriners.
getting your costumes ready and plan on having fun.
   Membership is very important to Tangier. We still need              Also, I would like to thank the Nobles and
more members and we are a little short of our goal for 2008,           Ladies who donated to the Transportation
so we need your help. The next membership dinner will be on
September 28th at 6:00 P.M. at the Council Bluffs Masonic              Fund in my name. It is such an honor.
Lodge Building.
   Dinner is free for you and your lady and your candidate             I thank you all most sincerely.
and his lady.                                                                   - Illustrious Sir Walt Powell, P.P.
  Remember Always, Together We Can, Together We Will
  Fraternally Yours

                                                                      Temple Dinner
                                                                      Thursday, September 11th, 2008
 Ralph Joos, Jr.                                                         Dinner 6:15 p.m.
 Potentate 2008
                                                                         mens meeting 7:30 p.m.
                                                                        ladies meeting 7:30 p.m.
                                                                           Tangier Shrine Office
                                                                              rSVp to 392-0404

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                                                                                                         Masonic Family Activities
                            Elected Divan                                                             Omaha-Council Bluffs Metro Area
Potentate............................................ Ralph.V..Joos,.Jr.                                     August 4, 2008 REVISED
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Chief.Rabban. ................................... Jeffrey.E..Jackson           SEPT 1                               Schulyer Parade 2pm
Assistant.Rabban.................................. Cary.L..Manson              SEPT 1                         M&W meeting Papillion 9:00am
High.Priest.&.Prophet.....................Michael.H..Sorensen                  SEPT 5             German Dinner by AkSarBen OES 4 - 8:30pm Shi-Oma
Oriental.Guide..........................................Greg.Hadcock           SEPT 6                       Annual Bar-B-Que 5-7pm Papillion
Treasurer........................................ James.B..Parks,.Sr.          SEPT 13                          Plattsmouth Parade 6:30pm
Recorder.............................................. Charles.E..Sohm
                                                                               SEPT 13                  CHIP event Plattsmouth VFW 8am-12 noon
                                Trustees
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Don.G..Streeter.................................... Leonard.G..Irvin           SEPT 14                Grand Job’s Visitation Bethel #53 2pm Papillion
William.F..Somerville.................................. Phil.M..Stier          SEPT 14               Tangier Spaghetti feed Tangier 11:00am – 7:00pm
                         Appointive Divan                                      SEPT 17                 Scottish Rite Fall Outing 4:30pm At Gun Club
First.Ceremonial.Master...............................Jim.Becher               SEPT 20                          Nebraska City Parade 1pm
                                     .
Second.Ceremonial.Master.............................. Bob.Jasa                SEPT 20             Area #2 OES Visitation noon Christ Lutheran Church
Marshal........................................................ Scott.Karpf                                         Hwy 66 & 84th noon
Director............................................... Charles.G..Lovell      SEPT 20              Reception Judy Wehrbein, Grand Warder OES Christ
                              .
Captain.Of.The.Guard...........................Jerry.D..Nielsen                                          Lutheran Church Hwy 66 & 84th 3-4:30pm
Outer.Guard...............................................Jerry.Bishop         SEPT 20               CHIP event at All Saints Episcopal Church Omaha
Samsar..............................................Randall.S..Heckert                                                 7:30am-7:00pm
                       .
Assistant.Samsar. .............................. Robert.S..Heckert
                                                                               SEPT 21                Spaghetti Dinner by CB #442 OES Council Bluffs
                 Potentate’s Personal Aides
William.E..German................................... James.D..Hirl             SEPT 23            VAMAFLONT
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Gregory.Cade. ............................... Robert.E..Mcmanigal              SEPT 25            Membership Dinner 6:00pm Council Bluffs Temple (Tentative)
Paul.Carey........................................ Russell.E..Lambert          SEPT 27            Chapter degrees (YR) at Benson Temple (Change of date)
Daniel.R...Henn.......................................... Cliff.Morgan.        SEPT 26                          Wine Tasting SRMC 6:00pm
John.Knickman............................... Leonard.H..Kliment                SEPT 27                 Salad Luncheon by OES 11am-2pm Papillion
             .
Bill.Harper. ............................................. Daryle.Winder       SEPT 27               Corner Lot Sale by Daughters of the Nile at Tangier
                         Potentate’s Staff                                     SEPT 28                     Steak Fry by Trinity OES 4-7pm WOT
Chief.Of.Staff................................................ Bill.Garner
Chief.Aides......................................... Barry.A..Ahlborn,.        OCT 4                        Friendship Dinner at Fremont 6:30pm
Leonard.W..Begley,.Armando.Benitez,.Clair.G..Burroughs,.                       OCT 4                                 COTS 8am Papillion
 Dennis.D..Coufal,.Jeffrey.L..Crow,.Michael.J..Dudzinski,.
                                                                               OCT 11                 Turkey Dinner by Narcissus OES 3-7pm Benson
Jr.,.Leroy.N..Fuglsang,.Phillip.F..Harris,.John.C..Hoagland,.
     Charles.F..Marchand,.Jr.,.Scot.R..Mccaul,.David.H..                       OCT 11                      Soup Supper by Bethel #1 WOT 4-7pm
Muller,Carol.E..Sefrit,.Albert.M..Sesemann,.Jack.E..Sorrels                    OCT 11                   RiteCare Dinner Fundraiser 6:00pm at SRMC
Ambassadors...............Marlyn.G..Grubbs,.Joe.D..Mcbride,.                   OCT 10-13                      Supreme Job’s Workshop Omaha
 Leland.L..Meisinger,.Mark.C..Vandemark,.John.T..Maxell                        OCT 15                        Unity Meeting 4pm Tangier Center
Chaplains..................................Dr..Kenneth.J..Bunnell,             OCT 17              Breakfast with Grand Master 7:30am Omaha Home for Boys
                       Dr.William.E..Martin                                    OCT 18-19            Masonic Youth Conference Holiday Inn Kearney, NE
Commander.Of.Units........................... Charles.E..Sohm                  OCT 18              One-Day-Degree 7:30am SRMC (hosted by Bellevue Lodge)
Lt..Commander.Of.Units......................... Kevin.D..Potter                OCT 19                    Pancake Breakfast by Adah OES 8am1pm
Circus.Consultant...................................Alan.J..Penner             OCT 23                           Visitation at Trinity OES WOT
Circus.Chairman................................... Jack.V..Schram              OCT 24-26                York Rite North Central Conference place??
Hospital.Representative................... James.B..Parks,.Sr.
                                                                               OCT 24                           Friendship Dinner at Fremont
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Hospital.Patient.Coordinator. ........ William.F..Somerville
                                   .
Hospital.Van.Coordinator. .................... Marvin.D..Kovar                 OCT 24                          Scotch Tasting 6:30pm SRMC
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Hospital.Staff. ............................................Jerry.Bishop       OCT 24                Haunted House by AkSarBen OES 6-9pm Shi-Oma
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Board.Of.Directors,.Twin.Cities. ..................... Don.Perry               OCT 25                Haunted House by AkSarBen OES 5-9pm Shi-Oma
Housing.Chairman.....................................Jerry.Bishop              OCT 26                Haunted House by AkSarBen OES 5-7pm Shi Oma
Legal.Staff.............Darren.R..Carlson,.Richard.D..Myers.                   OCT 22-25                  Iowa Grand Chapter Des Moines Marriot
                      &.Jerome.F..Given,p.p.                                   OCT 25                Colonial Ladies at the Table by Sojourners Papillion
Photographer...............................................Greg.Norton                                                   CANCELLED
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Publicity.Chairman. ......................... Byron.K..Simmons
S.h.b.d..Chairman................................James.L..Becher
                                                                                This is an informational service offered through the Omaha Metro Area Masters &
New.Member.Orientation.Director................ Tom.Koksal                    Wardens Club to all of the Masonic family members in the Greater Omaha Area via
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Nebraska.Shrine.Bowl.Inc. ................. Arnold.C..Nelson,.                e-mail. Updates are tentatively planned for mid-month and near the end of each month.
        M.f..(Ray).Bruneteau.&.William.C..Harper                              This is also found on the Scottish Rite web site. The Tangier Shrine incorporates part of
Sunshine.Committee.......................... William.G..Arnold                the list in their monthly publication—The Hot Sands.
Hot.Sands.Editor..................................... David.A..Shaw             For additions, corrections or the adding of people to receive the list, please contact Phil
                                                                              Edwards, Chairman of Masonic Activities List for Masters and Wardens at 895-3781.
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Webmaster.............................................. Royce.J..Stute
Chief.Aide.Emeritus.............................. Clair.Burroughs.
                                                                                               For other activities see the following websites:
Hospital.Coordinator.Emeritus......... Wayne.E..Sherman                       Grand Lodge............................ www.glne.org   OES ....................... www.neoes.org
Recorder.Emeritus.       .....................Donald.W..Madsen,p.p.           Scottish Rite ....... www.scottishriteomaha.org        Jobs Daughters ........ www.nejd.org
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Trustee.Emeritus. ........................Charles.M..Mcdonnell                Tangier Shrine ..........www.tangiershrine.com         DeMolay ........ www.nedemolay.org
                                                                              Rainbow............. www.nebraskarainbow.com           York Rite ...... www.yorkrite.com/ne

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                                                         James & Nancy Doll
                                                         Lowell & Twila Coburn
                                                         Barbara Laughlin                            The Red
                                                         Larry & Carolyn Schmitz
                                                         Robert & Joyce Vondrasek                    Cross View
                                                         A.E. & Dorothy Schewe
     Stated	Meeting	expirations                          Michael Steigleder Services Inc.
                                                                                                      Have You Given Blood Lately?

               August	14,	2008                           Barbara Tank Family                           Every day, emergency rooms throughout the
                                                                                                    United States are challenged by large numbers of
  donald	H.	erickson	.................July	15,	2008                                                 people who need blood, including victims of fires,
                                                         in	Memory	Past	Potentate	Charlie	gordon:
  Martin	Meyers	.........................July	15,	2008                                              floods, storms, and other disasters.
                                                         Larry & Kathy Courtnage                       But it’s not just accidents or disasters that prompt
  richard	L.	Smith	.....................July	15,	2008    Ron & Pat Calvin                           the need for blood. Blood is required for many people
  Vernon	L.	Vanscoy	..................July	15,	2008      Don & Sue Ellenberger                      ranging from those with life-threatening illnesses to
                                                         Roger & Brenda Nicholson                   others undergoing routine surgeries.
  William	r.	Mccoy	Jr	...............July	22,	2008                                                     In fact, every two seconds, according to the
  Charles	L.	gordon	..................July	28,	2008      in	Memory	of	Willie	Krohn:                 American Red Cross, someone in America needs
                                                         Tom & Geri Hultquist                       blood, such as:
  Michael	Charles	Underwood	.July	28,	2008               Daryle & Dee Winder                         • cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy
                                                                                                     • people with sickle cell disease or other types of
  Murray	L.	Shaw	................... August	7,	2008      Tom & Randy Brummett                           inherited anemia
  Carl	Mark	bolin	................... August	7,	2008     Bob & Joyce Vondrasek                       • organ transplant recipients
                                                         Helene Campbell                             • people undergoing elective surgery
  Harry	H.	Hummel	.............. August	12,	2008         Leonard & Beverly Falk                      • women during & following labor & delivery
  george	F.	rothe	.................. August	13,	2008     Tangier Arab Patrol                           “Blood products are often lifesaving or life-
                                                                                                    enhancing,” says Jesse Goodman, M.D., Director
TrANSPOrTATiON	FUNd	dONATiONS                            in	Memory	of	Marilyn	Lanning:              of the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for
                                                         Daryle & Dee Winder                        Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER). “FDA
Tangier Boone & Crockett Club                                                                       strongly encourages people who are in good health to
                                                         Tangier Arab Patrol                        donate blood and to become regular blood donors.”
Don & Sharon Perry                                                                                     FDA, through CBER, is responsible for ensuring
Doug Young                                               in	Memory	of	Nancy	buesing:                the safety of the more than 14 million units of blood
Tom Sorensen                                             Robert & Joyce Vondrasek                   and blood components donated by volunteers each
Oasis Shrine Club                                                                                   year in the United States. FDA’s standards and
Pat Calabro                                              in	Memory	of	Murray	Shaw:                  regulations regarding blood donations and processing
Keith & Helen Niemann                                    Courtney Nelson                            help protect the health of both the donor and the
                                                         Frank & Lucille Vondra                     recipient.
in	Honor	of	ill	Sir	Tom	brummett	&	Lady	                 Marv & Renee Kovar                            “Some people are concerned that they might get
                                                                                                    an infection by donating blood,” says Goodman.
randy
and Ill. Sir John Wonder and Lady Cheryl:                in	Memory	of	doris	Turner:                 “Donating blood is a safe procedure.”
                                                         Courtney Nelson                               FDA’s blood safety efforts focus on minimizing
Mike & Joanie Jones                                                                                 the risk of transmitting infectious diseases, while
                                                         in	Memory	of	rick	Whittle:                 maintaining an adequate supply of blood for the
in	Memory	of	dale	McAllister:                                                                       nation. “While a blood supply with zero risk of
Ralph M. Anderson                                        Ron & Pat Calvin                           transmitting infectious disease may not be possible,
                                                                                                    the blood supply is safer than it has ever been,” says
in	Memory	of	Frank	i.	Holmes	Jr:                         in	Memory	of	donna	Hayner:                 Goodman.
Renee H. Barbe                                           Tangier Arab Patrol                                   Source: U.S. Food & Drug Administration
Rich & Pat Nowak                                         in	Memory	of	george	F.	rothe:              Remember,
Tim & Brenda Manion                                      Roger & Brenda Nicholson
Sherry Bills                                                                                        “The Gift Of Life Flows Through You”
Steve & Connie Miller                                    SHriNerS	HOSPiTAL	FOr	CHiLdreN
Karen Burns                                              TWiN	CiTieS	UNiT:
Donald & Lou Ruff
Ralph Barbe                                              Taulborg Family Foundation
                                                         J.J. Kubat
                                                                                                         Tangier
Bonnie Barbe
Paul & Pat Hanselman
Ann Welton
                                                         Doug Young
                                                         in	Memory	of	Past	Potentate	Charles	
                                                                                                       Thanks You
Dave & Darlene Smith
Mike & Susan Westcott                                    Gordon:
Steve & Melinda Sergeant                                 Bill & Lea Musgrave
Dick & Nickey Stephens                                   Shirley Colson
Blanche & Dave Ferree                                    in	Memory	of	James	Koubsky:
Ken & Lavona Keiser                                      Mildred Lloyd
Joe & Becky Tometich
John & Louise Parkert                                    in	Honor	of	Lexington	Jones:                 for your yard work
Don & Lois Fick                                          Tekamah Herman Education Assn.
Frances Penke                                                                                        at the Shrine Center.
Wayne & Diane Redmond                                    SHriNerS	HOSPiTAL	OF	CHiLdreN
Jan Paap                                                 gALVeSTON	bUrN	UNiT:
Frederick & Margaret Scofield
in	Memory	of	barb	Tank:
                                                         in	Memory	of	Past	Potentate	Charles	
                                                         gordon:
                                                                                                     402.763.8550
                                                                                                    www.teamgreengrounds.com
Tom & Janine Formanek                                    Fred & Marilyn Wackerhagen

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    Boone & Crockett                                          Chanters                                    Arab Patrol
   By: Peter Donahoo                                     By: Jim Ochsner, Captain                        By:
          ATTENTION ALL                                                                                  Jon Christensen, VP
             NOBLES!                                   This bio is for our Chanters
   Once again this Monday after                      Director – Dr. Terry Theis:
Labor Day brings the Tangier
                                                                                                          The Patrol needs your help! Arab Patrol will
Boone & Crockett Shrine Club Annual                  • Raised in Dayton, Ohio.                         be leading a Tangier-wide effort to coordinate
“Missouri River Dinner” at the Surfside Club                                                           a fleece-tie blanket production project for
(north of Dodge Park on River Road). This            • Semi-professional boy soprano – sang for 8      the hospitals. We are more than doubling
dinner is open to all Nobles and their families        years with the Dayton Rotary Boy’s Choir        Tangier’s original output of blankets. With
and we hope to fill the entire. The fare includes      both as a soprano and tenor soloist. Toured     the help of other Tangier members, we seek
Catfish Dinner/Chicken Dinner/Grilled Catfish          the country with this group.                    to produce at least 100 fleece-tie blankets in
Dinner; all come with fries & slaw, and the          • Sang opera as boy soprano. Sang with Miami      the next 9 months. Let’s get every child at
famous corn fritters. Cash bar will be available,                                                      Shiners’ Hospitals a blanket.
and the club only takes Cash or Check so                University and Oberlin Conservatory
                                                        performances as soprano.                          We are requesting anyone with interest to
come prepared. You might want to bring a
                                                                                                       contact Rodger Fawcett 676-0789. You can
windbreaker since some of the evenings in the        • Bachelor of Sacred Music – Wittenberg
past have been cool in temperature. Cocktails                                                          help by assisting with our blanket project
                                                       University, Springfield, Ohio.                  with time, money or both. You and/or your
at 5:30pm and Dinner at 6:30pm. This would
be a great time to grab that new Shriner that        • Master of Music – UNL with teaching             unit/club can participate. We can’t have too
you brought in this year and his family and            certificate.                                    many.
make them feel more welcome. The date for
                                                     • Doctor of Musical Arts Choral Conducting           Men and women loved it! The production
the event will be September 8th, 2008. If you                                                          process is simple. There is no sewing. Earlier
cannot attend, you will have to wait 364 days          – University of Misouri, Kansas City.
                                                                                                       this year we held our first blanket making
till the next one!                                   • Music teacher at Edsel Ford High School and     party and in one evening made 25 blankets.
   October will bring a business meeting               Edison Junior High – Dearborn, Michigan.        With the addition of pizza, both Ladies and
back at Tangier (regular time and room) for a
                                                     • Teacher of music in Omaha: Benson High          Nobles had a wonderful evening and the
themed meal and presentation on our big trip
for “SHYBOYGAN 2009”. This is a great                  School, Central High School, and several        camaraderie was great.
opportunity to bring your fellow Masons and            elementary schools.                                This fall, the Patrol plans another blanket
Nobles, even if they are not members of Boone                                                          making party. Call us to talk and/or get on the
& Crockett. If you have never been on this trip,     • Retired after 34 years of teaching.             party notification list. Join us and have fun
it is a journey of a lifetime and for such a low     • Currently Director of Music at Saint Luke       while helping kids. You can’t ask for a better
cost, you will not believe your own ears. Make         United Methodist Church.                        combination. Any questions or ideas call me
sure you join Jim Hirl, Dan Henn, and me                                                               at 490-4890.
for this fantastic info meeting. As always the       •    Active High     School    Vocal    Music
                                                                                                          Last, but not least, a warm welcome
meeting will be men only so don’t be afraid to           Adjudicator.
                                                                                                       to newest members Doug Fritz and Lady
invite your Brothers who may not have another        • Married: Marilynn – 38 years, Three Adult       Marlene.
chance to have this much fun next year without         Children: Heidi, Andrew, and Nancy.
you and our crew.
   Watch your mailbox in mid September for           • Director of Chanters for 15 years which has


                                                                                                        A Note From
Wild Game Feed Tickets. We will be collecting          been an enlightening experience.
money upfront for these tickets so don’t just
pass them out, and don’t forget it is not too late    Terry says “what a fantastic life I have had




                                                                                                        The Chanters
to ask anyone and everyone for donations for         and continue to have filled with love, fun, and
the Wild Game Feed and Whitetail’s.                  music – can’t ask for much more than that.”
   And remember, “As We Move Upstream, We
Will Only Leave Behind Our Footprints”




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              Clowns                               Corvette Club                                           Greeters
  By: Daryl “Hi Pockets” Finley                   By: Pat Lichter                                        By John James
                                                   Wow, what a showing at the parades from
   The parade season is almost complete. I’d    the Corvettes. We had 22 at Gretna and 14 at              We hope everyone is having a great summer.
like to thank all the clowns who put their      Carson. Unfortunately, I forgot to count at            The Tangier parades for August were a lot of
makeup on and paraded this year. I’d also       Shrine Bowl, but there were quite a few there          fun. We thank all Greeter’s who helped out
like to thank our fire truck committee: Randy   as well. We even had 13 Corvettes at Valley on         and participated by showing how GREAT
“Dotz” Horswill and Trent “Skids” Stier.        August 5th for their National Night Out. I have
                                                                                                       this organization is. Keep Tangier strong!
The fire truck had a few issues this year and   to say that the Clowns and the fire truck were of
                                                more interest than the Corvettes, but the Dads            The Greeter’s picnic had a good turnout at
these two guys went above and beyond in
their efforts to keep it in working order.      did appreciate our attendance. We are all proud        Don and Barb Madsen’s cabin and the weather
                                                of the continued attendance by so many at all          was great. Forty-four attended; numbers
   We have six clowns competing at CSSA
                                                the events.                                            show strength! Thank you to everyone who
this year, which is very exciting. Hopefully,      A special thanks to Arnie and Jean Kracht for
we’ll have good news about the trophies we                                                             attended and brought so many side dishes, it
                                                a wonderful time and great food after the Gretna
won when we return to Omaha.                    parade. They always provide such wonderful             was excellent! We all enjoyed it.
   We’d like to welcome our newest member       hospitality. This year we also had a special start        Important      dates…Tangier     upcoming
of the clown unit, Scott “Strypes” Robertson    as everyone gathered first at Allen and Jane           activities: Sept. 11th Need Greeter’s at doors
and his lady Beverly. They’ve already been      Marsh’s home for breakfast delicacies and an           for Temple meeting. Also need help for the
very active in parades and gigs this summer.    optional “virgin?” Bloody Mary. Allen always
                                                                                                       Spaghetti Dinner, Sept. 14th.
We’ll be voting on two more new members         takes care of the refreshments for the Corvettes
                                                at each parade as well. A big thanks to the               To all Greeter’s – reminder: Tuesday, Sept.
at the September meeting.
                                                Krachts and the Marshs.                                9th Greeter’s business meeting at Venice Inn,
   Our annual summer picnic at Dodge Park
                                                   A very hearty welcome to two new members            6920 Pacific St. at 7:00pm.
was fun again this year. We had a great time    of the Corvette Club. Al Sesemann decided to
with the Kops who joined us. Thanks to our                                                                All future communications to greeter’s will
                                                join our group at our last meeting, and that was
social committee Kendra and Duckie Drake                                                               be through the Hots Sands and voice mail,
                                                topped off with Illustrious Sir Ralph Joos also
and Lisa and Shovels Frazee for planning        joining the Corvettes. We welcome them both            from the Greeter’s secretary.
the event.                                      and their ladies as well.
   The September clown meeting is                  Many are getting ready for the trip to
                                                Oklahoma City. This year, our attendance will
scheduled for Friday, September 5th at 6:30
on the lower level of the Shrine. We hope to
see everyone there.
                                                still be strong with 11 Corvettes making the trip.
                                                We thank everyone who is attending as they
                                                                                                         Elkhorn Flower & Gift
                                                represent our Club. We know they will represent
                                                us all in the finest of fashion.                             229 E. Douglas • Elkhorn, NE 68022
   Computer Club                                   Now that we have the correct date for the
                                                Nebraska City parade, efforts are underway to                   289-2925 or 1-866-443-0299
  By: Royce Stute                               try and get the annual crab feed put together
                                                in conjunction with the parade. Unfortunately,
  I wish to thank everyone who has been         there are a number of people who have already
working on their club and unit pages on the     made plans for September 20th. I’m certain that
website. I think it’s progressing quite well    if Keith can get it put together there will still be
                                                a great turnout for both the parade and the crab
and our online presence is getting better all   feast. Thanks to Keith for his efforts.
the time.                                          We want to also thank Jeff & Heidi Jackson
  In addition to our ongoing duties with        for hosting the Corvettes both prior to and after
the web site I wish to thank our members        Valley’s National Night Out. Their hospitality
Aric Aasgaard, Jim Smith, Mike Parkinson        was greatly appreciated.
and others who pitched in to run and hook
up the phone/data cabling for the new
hospital office. The new office facility is
key to further our most important efforts
to help heal the sick and injured kids and I
am proud that we could assist in this most
important endeavor.
   As you are now reading this, the Shrine
will be a wireless hotspot so all members
who bring their laptop computers and other
wireless devices will be able to access
the internet at the Shrine. Details will be
posted soon.
  We have lots of stuff to do and would
graciously welcome nobles with technical
skills or those who would like to pitch in
and give us a hand. Feel free to contact us
or drop on by during our regular meetings
every third Tuesday at 7:00 P.M. in the
computer room. - Think Membership!
                                                                         
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    Daughters                                          Golden Girls                                       Hospital Float
   of the Nile                                      By:                                                  By: Mike Donham
                                                    Maxine Lorraine Powers
  By:                                                                                                     September brings fall just
  Beverly Donham, Queen                                September Already! It seems to me, and          around the corner, kids are
                                                    maybe to you also, the year 2008 is passing        back in school, three parades left on the
   The summer break is over and everyone            by very quickly. This month we celebrate
is back to our many Daughters of the Nile
                                                    Labor Day. This is the holiday honoring the        schedule, and the welcoming of two new
activities.                                                                                            members to the Hospital Float unit.
   On Saturday, August 16th, we hosted Muriel       working people. President Grover Cleveland
V. Knapp, Supreme Queen of the Supreme              signed a bill in 1894 making Labor Day a              Welcome to Noble Tim and Laura Mendoza
Temple Daughters of the Nile for a ceremonial       legal national holiday to be observed the first    and Noble Todd and Erin Davison. Both Tim
and a banquet. It was truly an honor to welcome     Monday in September throughout the United          and Todd are driving the mini roadsters in the
her to Omaha and to Sat-ra Temple No. 59.           States, Puerto Rico, and Canada. How and
The Supreme Queen visits every temple and
                                                                                                       parades.
                                                    why Canada was included, I have not a clue.
Shriner’s Hospital during her reign. I was          Interesting to say the least. Labor Day has           September and October are the kick-
extremely proud of our core of officers. What       also become a symbol of the end of summer.         off months for the annual Holiday Greens
outstanding work they did! We also welcomed         Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have stored        fundraiser for the unit. Watch for information
new members into our temple.
                                                    some of this summer’s hot weather to use           soon.
   Our temple has many willing workers. A
big thank you goes to all those who helped          this coming winter?                                   Happy Birthday wishes to the following
to prepare for this special day: Past Queens           Our meeting this month will be on Tuesday,
                                                    September 9, 12 noon. Usual place – lower          Nobles and Ladies: Wayne Sherman, Robert
Linda Jasa, Debra Benitez, and Marti Neely
for all the preparations and to Deb and Marti       level (Oasis room) of the Shrine Center. The       Farro, Claudette Harmon, and Sharon
as ceremonial assistants; Pr Kathy Kelly for the    month of September is blank on my 2008             McArdle. Noble Dave and Lady Gladys Linn
social hour “food”; PP Jim Parks and his crew       list of hostesses. Assume the officers will fill   will celebrate their anniversary this month.
for the delicious meal; the Masonic youth who       the gap and there will be a program. Come
assisted and our faithful members. A Queen is
                                                                                                          Under sickness and distress: Betty Carter
                                                    to the luncheon meeting and be surprised.
only as good as her temple and you truly are all                                                       was hospitalized, Noble Bernie Plummer had
                                                       President Helen Bauder, Jeanne Cummins,
appreciated.                                        Bonnie Olson, and Shirley Shainholtz are           cataract surgery; Noble Conrad Jones is at
   I was able to attend the Supreme Queen                                                              home and Claudette Harmon is recuperating
visitation in Sioux City and Lincoln. I only wish   celebrating their birthday in September.
that my work schedule would have allowed me         Happy Birthday, ladies. May you enjoy              at home.
to attend more temples in this area. Several of     many more.                                            Nobles: “Motivation is said to be an inside
our Supreme Appointees and some of the line            Remember if you have a kind word to say to      job – actually it’s an inside career for very
officers were able to attend these area temples.    someone be sure and do it today – tomorrow
Thanks to them for their dedication.                may be too late. Until next month.                 successful folks.” – Doug Firebaugh
   September 27th will be our Corner Lot
“Treasure” sale. What a great time to do some
house cleaning and donate your unwanted                ATTenTiOn
items. Remember that your unwanted items
may be another’s treasures. Contact PQ Donna                        Clubs & Units
VanZandbergen by September 20th if you have            If you want to digitize your logo,
items to donate. You may also call me (558-
902) and we will arrange to pick up your items.          clean up or have one created
Let’s make this a huge success!                         contact Kevin at 402.305.7931
   A quick reminder: the September and October            or email hawkriver@cox.net
sessions will be at 7:00pm with dinner served at
5:30pm.
   I leave you with this thought: “The courage
of working for something you believe in, day
in and day out, year after year, can be difficult
but hold the greatest rewards. Find your ideal
– And follow it.”




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    Keystone Kops
  By: Dave Shaw, Past Chief

   You’ve heard the old saying “A fool and his
money are soon parted”? Well imagine how
quickly that separation can take place in a unit
peopled (almost) entirely of fools! Be proud!
Your Keystone Kops have made great strides
in wasting money. I’m not kidding around
here. We have really raised the bar in throwing
money down the proverbial drain. As a matter
of fact, I think it is safe to say that no single
unit in any Shrine anywhere could touch us in
this respect over the last three months. Now I
won’t be giving details in an open medium like
this (that just wouldn’t be prudent), but suffice
it to say, your beloved Kops are really pushing
the envelope when it comes to spending money
and getting (next to) nothing for it. So we have
that going for us.
   Ok, I got my little dig in, now on to the more
important subjects. The town of Nehawka
Nebraska is going all out to help us help children.
A Keystone Kop Extravaganza will be held on
Saturday October 4th starting at 11:00am. There
will be food, beverages, games, auctions, face
painting, live music, hayrack rides, fireworks,
a car show, a poker run, and much, much more.
I won’t even mention the “Blue Bra Balloon
Bazooka” – that you will have to see to believe.
We need maximum turnout to make sure this is
a huge success. Yes, I’m talking to you! No, not
that person over there – you!
   The unit had a blast with the Tangier Clowns
at their picnic. Thanks for inviting us Brothers!
That was really nice of you – especially since
some of your members think we are funnier
than you. Joking! Only joking! Send all letters
to Chief Razzy.
   I am looking forward to seeing a lot of black
and white shirts at the Spaghetti feed. If you
haven’t worked this fundraiser, you’ve just got
to. It is a great time. Good food, camaraderie,
helping Tangier – what more can you ask for?
See you there!

     KEYSTONE KOP FUNDRAISER
          Nehawka,	Nebraska
                 Saturday,	October	4th
                    11:00	AM	to	???
                     Activities
                        (individually ticketed)
      Meal – We’re going Whole Hog
      Kids Hayrack Ride in the day & pumpkin find
      Adult Hayrack Ride in the evening
      Raffling rights for hunting
      Jailhouse & Paddy Wagon         Which way
      Fireworks in the Evening        did they go?
      Music – DJ / Karaoke
      Evening band at Ruli’s
      Face Painting by Deb
      Pie-in-the-face
      Bucking Car
      Beer Garden
      Poker Run
      Car Show
      Auction
      Popcorn Balls
      Caramel Apples
      And much more…
  - All participants must have their own insurance and permits or license -
          - Proceeds are for the benefit of Keystone Kops activities -
        - Payments are not tax deductible as charitable contributions -



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   Legion of Honor                                    Mobile Nobles                                           Motor A
                                                   By: A Noble Who Is Mobile                          By: Richard T Chilton,
  By: Donnie Bowerman                                                                                     Co-Captain
  1st Lt. Commander                                   Well, we are getting
                                                      close to the end of our parade schedule.           Hello everyone. Hope your summer has
  The recent Carson parade proved anew             Only three more: Schuyler, Plattsmouth and         been going as planned. It’s been a hectic one
that there are a lot of patriotic folks in these   Nebraska City. What a ride. Ole 357 has had        for sure; lots of things going on all the time.
                                                   only minor problems so far. Let’s keep our         The Hot Sands is a sure way to keep up with
here United States. It may be your basic mid-      fingers crossed.
western town with middle-American values,             We get home Sunday from CSSA and on             everything that is going on.
but there they were a whole lot of small town      Monday we head for Schuyler. WHEW! The                The Parades as usual have been good. We
people standing along the parade route, hats       ole backside will not be in good shape.            did not have a big turnout at the Gretna Parade,
off, hands over their hearts, and making              Gentlemen I feel compelled to relate a          lots of us on vacation and some different things
the Legion of Honor proud as punch to be           conversation I had with a fellow Shriner (not      going on. Ron, Roger, Les was there. Thank you
                                                   sure where he was from) at the Shrine Bowl         very much. Shrine Bowl was good as well, with
carrying the colors and leading our Shrine         Parade. He was looking over OLE 357. He            Ron, Rodger, Les and Larry. No car reports that
entries once again. And let’s not forget           was telling me that they had to park their         I have heard of except for Larry, when helping
the food spread at the community center –          train because they had no one to operate it.       me get my car out of the back of my truck at
delicious as usual. So, here’s a tip of our fez    That really sent shivers down my spine.            the Carson Parade, he was speaking soprano
to these great small town Americans…thank             Ole 357 is still running down the tracks,
                                                   but we really need to recruit, Recruit,            for awhile. The Carson Parade is always a fun
you from all of us.                                                                                   one. At the new Community Center is where
  Saturday, August 9th saw the LOH                 RECRUIT.
                                                      Just a thought…. About the only thing that      they have the gathering after the parade. They
unit gathered in the shade of those giant          comes to us without effort is old age.             are famous for the spread they have, what a
cottonwoods that dotaelatively mild temps                                                             deal for just an offering. While we were having
for the middle of the summer. Of course, it                                                           our food and beer, we were approached several
was all about sitting around with friends,             Motor B                                        times by people just thanking us for coming
swatting ‘skeeters, sipping cool ones, and            By: Jeff Barrett                                and telling us we really make a difference in
chatting about just about everything.                                                                 their parade, and without us it would just not
  The second half of the month found                  We want to thank
                                                                                                      be as good. We were all very impressed.
                                                   everyone who participated in the Motor B
us parading in Millard and at the Grand            poker run on July 12. It was a huge success           Our meeting went well according to the
Masters’ Golf Tourney. And by the time             and everyone had a great time. Prizes were         minutes I received. I was on vacation, so was
this article comes out in the September Hot        good and it about time yours truely one            not in attendance. Potentate Ralph Joos and
Sands, we will have paraded in Schuyler and        something. I was beginning to wonder how           Lady Judy came, and we thank you. The golf
Plattsmouth, leaving only Nebraska City            many raffle tickets a guy had to buy to win.       outing for Aug. 25th was brought up, the Temple
on this year’s schedule. During the week of        By the way it’s twenty. The route was one of       Meeting on the 14th, and the Friendship dinner
August 25th a fairly sizeable contingency          the best , and everyone wants to use it again.     on the 15th. Also a reminder of the Spaghetti
of LOH members caravanned to Oklahoma              Thanks again!                                      Dinner on September 14th. There will NOT be
City for the annual Central States Shrine             We participated in the Shrine Bowl parade       a meeting in September due to CSSA. We will
Association convention, but more on that in        and what a good parade it was. I had fun           meet in October as usual on the 1st Monday
                                                   watching the little kids laughing and having       of the month – should be at the Millard Road
next month’s magazine.
                                                   a good time. You know it reminds you what          House.
  Once again, I am pleased to announce             it is all about “ little kids”. It makes all the      Bill Covey is recovering well from his
another new member of the LOH: John                hours spending planning and fund raising           surgery. Will close for now. See you at the
Carlin has joined our ranks. John is a former      rewarding to all of us. A special thanks to        Parades!!!
Air Force staff sergeant and Past Master of        Provost who allowed us run security with
Bluff City #71 and its current secretary. A        them. I still don’t understand why I didn’t get
hearty welcome to Noble John and his Lady          a radio??? Well I actually know why. Maybe
Cindy. It’s good to see our membership             next year.                                           SederSTrOM
growing each month.
  ‘Till we meet again, keep it safe out there,
                                                      We have been moving our meeting places
                                                   around to keep it interesting so if you have          LAW	OFFiCe
Nobles!                                            been trying to find us call me and I will let                 3828	dodge	Street
                                                   you know where we are going. Our September                    Omaha,	Ne	8131
                                                   meeting is in McCelland, Ia. at the Dew Drop
                                                   Inn dinner at 7 PM or earlier if you wish.
   Road Runners                                    Sould be a good ride out there.
  By: Ralph Barbe                                     Sturgis should be over and I hope those
                                                   who went traveled safely. I returned in 100
                                                   degree heat which was a special treat on a
  Our    next    meeting   is                      bike to say the least. Herbie thanks for the gel
September 6 at Anthony’s at
                                                                                                           (402)	551-8700
                                                   seat, it worked for the parts that were covered.
11:30am.                                           Unfortunately, it didn’t cover all the parts.
  Future meetings will be on the second               We are working on a Mystery Ride for this
Saturday of the month: October 11,                                                                        •	Corporations         •	Probate	&	estate
                                                   fall, but it so secret noboby knows when or            •	real	estate          •	Wills
November 8, and December 13.                       where it is. That’s truely a mystery. Ron let          •	divorce              •	general	defense
  We now have two new Chrysler Minivans            the rest of us know.                                   •	Personal	injury      •	dWi
with funds raised by Boone and Crockett.              Keep it upright and between the lines. Good            •	domestic/divorce	Mediation	Service
Thank You!                                         riding! PS: Frank it’s your turn next. Thanks
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   Oriental Band                                     Tangier Pirates                                                          Racers
                                                    By: The Captain                                                               By: Jack Hill
  By:
  Del Hartung                                        First, I would like to thank all of the people        Racers along with other Tangier Shriners
                                                  who have been coming to the meetings all              enjoyed the better facilities in Lincoln. The
   First off I want to apologize for our          summer. It never fails as a society we are            parade, according to Racers present was one
poor parade showing this year. With health        always getting pulled in so many different            of the best ever. It was nice to have wrecker
problems, a smaller band, and various other       directions at times we lose track of what is          in case of a breakdown, but fortunately, its
                                                  important. The pirates have always had good           service was not needed.
reasons, we just couldn’t put enough guys
                                                  turnout to stated meetings and I just want to            The Gretna parade seems to be made of
together to do a decent job!                                                                            one large traffic jam in terms of getting to
                                                  say thanks.
   We did enroll two new members however.             At our July meeting we discussed the              the assembly point. But, once in place, the
Nobles Stan Darling and Brent Diers and           possibility of handling two Hamburger Nights          parade continues to be one of the highlights
their lovely ladies, Carol and Sheryl, have       and the call came in: mark your calendars;            of the season. The brick streets sure take a
agreed to help the band have some fun.            we will be “servin’ mess out o’ the galley”           toll on the frames of our little cars. The cars
   The Shrine Bowl Parade was Stan and            on October 29th and April 29 (I think). I             have one common feature with motorcycles
Brent’s first parade and they made history.       will confirm that and bring it up in our next         B they are hard-tailed and that makes for a
We arrived at the lineup area early, put up       meeting. We also discussed our contribution           truly rough ride, but whether for good or
the tent on the float, practiced a little (not    to the Spaghetti Feed. Don’t forget the 12th -        bad, most Racers are well padded.
too much though) put on the parade costume        14th is one of Tangier’s most important fund             The Carson parade continues to be on
                                                  raising events.                                       Shriners like to attend. While the parade
and got on the float. Since Tangier was the
                                                     We made the payment in August for the              is short – just up and down a divided road
last Temple out and we were nearly the last                                                             – the crowd is most appreciative. Driving
                                                  upgrade of software for the sign out front.
unit in Tangier – we waited, and waited, and      And before I forget: thank you for those that         on the narrow streets poses a problem
waited some more. When it was our turn to         were hosts at the Shrine Bowl Dinner.                 for some of tour drivers since the turning
move, Bob Jasa – our driver for the day – just        October should be a blast. We will again          radius of some cars is too tight to make a
sat there. The tow vehicle wouldn’t start! It     have the Fall festival at Dave’s port. For            circle within the curb lines of the street. But
seems someone had left the ignition key in        more details please come to the next meeting          we sure speed up and drive in circles at the
the on position and the battery was dead. By      or pay very close attention to the next Hot           intersections. A favorite part of the Carson
the time we located jumper cables and the         Sands. We might ALL get to see where we               parade is the Oasis. The food and the
car was started, Tangier was long gone! So        are with the great pirate vessel. Don’t forget        facility are outstanding. Corn on the cob is
we took down the tent and went to the oasis!      the Tangier Halloween party – I hear one or           fresh from the field is one of the highlights
                                                  more of our very own have hands in it, to             of the luncheon.
   That was history for the O.B. We have had
                                                  make this one of the best parties the Shrine             The Racers club continues to shop
flat tires on the tow vehicle and on the float,                                                         newer cars to be suitable replacements for
                                                  has ever seen.
ran out of gas and been lost a couple times          Before the wind gets too strong and I get          the antiques we now drive. We are quire
– but never this! It was still a fun day.         carried too far off course I’ll sign off. There       choosey in what we want so the search for
   And speaking of fun – mark December 1st        are several things coming up this fall that the       new cars may take extra time and effort.
on your calendar and join us at our Christmas     Pirates will be involved with, and I encourage           Several major events for us occur after
party at Farmer Browns. The Band has              anyone to come see us on the fourth Monday            the deadline for submitting articles to the
engaged a professional entertainer that will      of the month. And, welcome! Last month we             Hot Sands. The parades and CSSA will be
truly entertain and amaze you. More later!        brought in some new members; hope this                highlighted next time.
   Nobles - as with most units the O Band is      trend continues. See ya soon.
looking for a new member or two, or three,
or four. Some time ago I listed a few reasons         Tangier Chanters’


                                                         RIB FEED
you might want to consider the Oriental Band.
I’d like to repeat some of them here. We are
NOT musicians – but we can teach you to
play ANY instruments we use. We RIDE in
all parades. There is even a ‘Men’s Room’ on
                                                           Featherbones cooked to perfection! Cash Bar.
our float. And we car-pool to most parades.
                                                                              Performances by the Chanters
Meetings and practices are in Fremont, but
can be moved to other locations. We have a
fundraiser that helps pay for a good part of                        Friday, October 17, 2008
Central States expense.
   If interested contact any member or give
                                                                       5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
me a call at 721-8501 or send me an email,                        Tangier Shriners Center • 2823 S. 84th Street
musettman1@aol.com.                                                                    Donation $8.00
   Remember - The early bird may get the
worm – but the second mouse gets the cheese                              “Proceeds are for the benefit of Tangier Chanters activities”
in the trap!                                                              “Payments are not deductible as charitable contributions”




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              Tangier Golf                                          HOSPiTAL	rePreSeNTATiVe	rePOrT
                                                                                              JULY TOTAL YTD
                 League                                 NUMber	OF	PATieNTS	USiNg	VANS
                  By: Gary Churchill                     To the Twin Cities Shriners Hospital  17     87
                                                         To Screening Clinics                   0      0
                  At the writing of this article, the
           League has played more than 2/3 of            To Out-Reach Clinics                   0      3
         the season. The “New Team” has                  To St Louis Shriners Hospital          0      3
finally selected a name. They will, forever
hereafter, be known as the “Hackers”. The               driViNg	OWN	AUTO
Stars team continues to lead in the standings
but the Sand Traps are closing the gap. There            To the Twin Cities Shriners Hospital          16          88
is plenty of time left for a close race.                 To Screening Clinics                           0           2
   The standings following play on August 7              To Out-Reach Clinics                           0           9
were as follows:                                         To St Louis Shriners Hospital                  0           1
    Stars ..............................42.5 points      To Chicago Shriners Hospital                   0           1
    Sand Traps .......................38 points          To Kansas City                                 0           0
    Hackers .........................34.5 points
    Associated Underwriters .32 points                  COMMerCiAL	Air	TrAVeL
    Bucky’s ............................30 points        To Chicago Shriners Hospital                  7           21
    Duffers .............................30 points       To Galveston Burn Center Shriners Hospital    0           6
    Beech Bums..................26.5 points              To St Louis Shriners Hospital                 1            6
    Darst .............................26.5 points
  Barring any further rainouts, the League               TOTAL	PATieNTS	SerVed                          41        227
will hold our annual Field Day on September              NUMBER OF VAN TRIPS MADE                       12         74
25. This will include 18 holes of golf with a            NUMBER DRIVING OWN AUO                         16        101
cart, prizes, and a steak dinner at the Shrine           NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL FLIGHTS                    8         34
Center following play. Any guests or non-
league players are welcome. The cost will                NUMBER OF VAN MILES DRIVEN                   9,504      55,350
be $30.00 per player. Arrange your own
foursomes. A sign up sheet will be at the golf           NUMBER OF PATIENTS ON OUR FILES              305
course prior to play for League players. Non-
league players should call Gary Churchill at
493-2509 or Dick Nielsen at 334-5531.
   Hit	it	Long	and	Hit	it	            Straight.

   Temple Craft
  By: Don Glasgow

   Sawdust is flying in the area of the card
room and the old Circus office. A large access
has been cut between the rooms giving a larger
area for whatever the use is to be. Al Sesseman
and Dick Savicky have been doing their
thing – carpenter work and filling nail holes
with drywall pasted. The room will be very
acceptable when completed.
   Shook hands with a club member, Wes
Gablehaus who had been under the weather for
a while. It was good to see him up and about.
   We are always open to new members to the
club who like to work with their hands as well
as their minds. A good chance to learn various
repair problems
   President Al Sesseman suggested that there
be no T/C meeting in August. This gave the
members of the club an extra evening off to do
                                                               Honey, you might want to consider working out.
their wife’s bidding.
   Nothing can be sliced so thin that it doesn’t
                                                             Pulling 8 muscles when you sneeze isn’t a good sign.
have two sides!
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                       “Omaha York Rite”
                        dATeS	TO	reMeMber
 Sept	5	     Commandery	regular	Meeting	:30	pm	at	Papillion	
             Masonic	Temple,	dinner	Prior	To	Meeting.	This	is	The	
             New	Home	For	Commandery.
 Sept	8	     Omaha	Chapter	#1	rAM	regular	Meeting	With	Catered	
             dinner	:30pm	benson	Masonic	Temple.
 Sept	10	    Florence	Chapter	#1	ram	regular	Meeting	With	Pot	
             Luck	Supper	:30pm	at	Papillion	Masonic	Center
 Sept	14	    Spaghetti	Feed	Tangier	Shrine	Center	11:00	am	–	7:00pm
 Sept	17	    Scottish	rite	Fall	Stag		At	Papillion	gun	Club	4:30pm	Call	
             Scottish	rite	For	Tickets	342-1300
 Sept	18	    Omaha	Council	#	1	Cryptic	Masons	regular	Meeting	
             7:00pm	bellevue	Masonic	Temple
 Sept	18	    Association	of	Omaha	York	rite	Meeting	After	Council	
             Meeting	bellevue
 Sept	27	    royal		Arch	Mason	degrees	7:30am	benson	Masonic	
             Temple
 Oct	12	     Omaha	Chapter	#1	Annual	Omelet	breakfast	8am	–	1pm	
             benson	Masonic	Temple
 Oct	17	     breakfast	With	the	grand	Master	7:30am	Omaha	Home	
             for	boys
 Oct	18	     One	day	blue	Lodge	degrees	7:30am	Scottish	rite
 Oct	24	     Friendship	dinner	Fremont
 Maynard	Tatelman	•	402-393-2734	•	email:	ancienthumis@cox.net


                          Scottish	rite
                         Masonic	Center
                              Calendar	of	events
                                   CHeCK	THe	dATe
 2008
 Sep	  11	 brown	bag	Lunch	at	SrMC	11:30	to	1:00	No	need	for	
           reservations,	just	bring	your	own	lunch.	We	will	have	
           drinks.	(Weather	permitting	we’ll	be	on	the	patio)
 Sep	  13	 KSA	meeting	9	AM
 Sep	  15	 Lodge	Meeting	/dinner	-	reservation	deadline	9-12-08	
           @	4PM	babysiting	available	$2	per	child,	includes	
           their	dinner	too.
 Sep	  17	 Fall	Outing	at	Papillion	gun	Club	/	Men	Only
 Sep	  23	 Master	Craftsman	Program,	5:30	PM
 Sep	  2	 Wine	Tasting
 Oct		 11	 KSA	meeting	9	AM	Friends	dinner/Auction		PM
 Oct	  18	 One	day	blue	Lodge	@	SrMC
 Oct	  20	 Lodge	Meeting	/dinner	-	reservation	deadline	10-17-
           08	@	4PM	babysiting	available	$2	per	child,	includes	
           their	dinner	too.
 Oct	  24	 Scotch	Tasting	@	SrMC
 	     	 Friendship	dinner	in	Fremont
 Oct	  28	 Master	Craftsman	Program,	5:30	PM

                Scottish	rite	Masonic	Center	
            Phone	402-342-1300	•	Fax	402-344-0252
              For further details, check our website at
                   www.scottishriteomaha.org


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 Chief Rabban Jeff      Jackson and his Lady Heidi invite all Tangier Shrine members, their families and
             friends to join them on an 8-Night Cruise/Tour of the Southern Caribbean aboard
                            Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines’ - Serenade of the Seas
                                 9 days / 8 nights—January 23-31, 2009


      $100 per stateroom
   You Don’tcredit  Want                                                                                             Call today
       shipboard
  for miss The Fun.
  Toall reservation made on                                                                                   to reserve your cabin on this
             or before                                                                                            fun- filled week with
      Sign Up Today!
         June 27, 2008.                                                                                          Tangier Shrine Center.




         Your 8 Night Tangier Shrine Southern Caribbean Cruise/Tour Includes All This!
  •    ROUND TRIP AIR TRANSPORTATION from Omaha to San Juan.
  •    ONE NIGHT PRE CRUISE STAY in San Juan. Including transfers, overnight hotel and breakfast.
  •    SEVEN NIGHT CRUISE! Accommodations from 7 nights aboard the Serenade
       of the Seas. Sailing round trip from San Juan with full day stops in St. Thomas,
       St. Maarten, St. John’s Antigua, St. Lucia, and Bridgetown Barbados.
       All staterooms feature private bathrooms, telephones, multi channel music
       systems, televisions and air conditioning. Optional Shore Excursions
       available in each port of call.
  •    ALL MEALS AND ENTERTAINMENT ABOARD SHIP. Your Tangier Shrine
       rate includes all meals, 24-hour room service and fabulous entertainment
       during your cruise. Enjoy nightly stage shows, blockbuster movies, a fabulous
       casino and non stop shipboard activities.
  •    PRIVATE TANGIER SHRINE SHIPBOARD PARTY. Hosted by Jeff and Heidi for all Tangier Shrine Center
       guests.

  •    BAGGAGE HANDLING AND TRANSFERS! Prestige World Travel will handle baggage and transfers from
       airport to hotel, hotel to cruise ship and cruise ship to airport.
  •    PROFESSIONAL TOUR DIRECTOR! Personally escorted by Lori Carstens, of Prestige World Travel, Inc.

                               Cabin Description                          Tangier Shrine Rate
                               Inside Staterooms                           From $1629 to $1699*
                               Ocean View Staterooms                       From $1749 to $1899*
                               Balcony Staterooms                          From $2049 to $2119*
                               Jr. Suites                                  From $2699*
                                     Prices are per person and based on double occupancy and availability.
                                     *Taxes, government fees and current fuel surcharges are an additional,
                                        $227 per person. Triple and quad rooms are available on request.
                                     EVERY ATTEMPT HAS BEEN MADE TO PRODUCE THIS INFORMATION
                                       ACCURATELY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CORRECT ERRORS.



                                                              For Immediate Reservations
                                                                CALL 1 (800) 777-4224
                                                          Monday - Friday · 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, PST



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                 2008 Tangier Shrine Parade Schedule
           2008 Tangier Events/Parades as of August 6, 2008 (Changes in bold)
Town/Location         Date        Day        Lineup/Start                Oasis          Mandatory/Voluntary

Schuyler              Sep 1        Mon           1pm/2pm             Oak Ballroom            Mandatory
Lineup east of courthouse 11th and D. Oasis at Oak Ballroom. Masonic Lodge is at 10th and F Sts. Need to block
roads early.
                   CHANGE
Plattsmouth                        Sat           5:30pm/6:30pm       No Oasis                Mandatory
                    Sep 13
Lineup at Masonic Home with Picnic starting at 1630. At about 1715 move the units in parade order down the
main street to the 5-way intersection by the market (Washington and A). The Parade Chairman will give the start
signal. Invited to VFW after. No Tangier Oasis scheduled.
Nebraska City        Sep 20        Sat           12pm/1pm            Unknown                 Mandatory
Lineup 17th and 1st Corso. LADIES FLAG.




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                  The	following	Nobles	are	Celebrating	birthdays	This	Month



9/01                       9/08                       9/14                       9/20
James E. Poplin            Arnold C. Nelson           Donald S. Glasgow          Billy R. Morris           9/25 (cont.)
Daryle V. Winder           James F. Hazelton          Porter B. Swafford         Richard D. Marr           Christopher W. Beeler
Norman C. Major            Robert Rockwell            Dale E. Kloeckner          Leroy Floerchinger        Gerald R. Wingate
Jeffrey T. McCaul          Joseph D. Boan             John G. Chester            Steven C. Smith           Aaron S. Beeler
Herbert C. Coulter         Frank D. Janda             William A. Covey           Richard H. Magill         Thomas C. Finch
William A. Cutler IV       Philip A. Brown            Paul E. Nerz               James L. Becher
Jeffrey L. Lester          Alan G. Mauk               David A. Wetrosky          Mark A. Galvan            9/26
Weslie L. Casson           David A. Burns             Bernard F. Hauber          Patrick R. Christensen    Kurt Blazek
Joseph S. Riddle           Roy D. Reumann             Joseph D. Secord           David A. Strunc           Gordon L. Boyer
                           Gary A. Kay                                                                     Bruce J. Horner
9/02                                                  9/15                       9/21                      Rex J. Moats
Faylin S. Finch            9/09                       Jerry L. Maas              John R. Fleck             Robert C. Barnes
Steven J. Silver           Richard J. Crawford        Jack C. Harsha             Michael F. Harris         Marlin D. Palasek
Griffen L. Bruner          Orville D. Rice            Norbert D. Hennigan        Timothy F. Dunning        Edward A. Baumer
Kenneth R. Wallace         Walter L. Doty III         Gary W. Martig             William E. Conner         Gregory Hall
Christopher J. Grimmond    Karl H. Hoffman            Billy K. Knickman          Nicholas M. Oleska        John D. Dickey
                           Michael G. Horton          Robert A. Byrd                                       Christopher L. Hammers
9/03                       Theodore B. Johnk          Richard C. Lammers         9/22                      Jeffrey L. Crow
Wayne E. Sherman           Earl M. Kirby              Martin G. Olsen            Harold K. McMinn
Charles F. Binge           Steven L. Doran                                       James L. Nelson           9/27
Roger P. Stricklett        John Fairlie               9/16                       Donald E. Winscot         C. E. Bucy
Roger N. Pentico                                      Jack C. Kauffman           Harold Ladehoff           Albert Q. Finley, Jr.
Thomas K. Thompson         9/10                       Clarence A. Nelson         James Edward Jones, Jr.   Conrad R. Jones
Perry Johnson              Dale C. Hogan              Wayne R. Winslow           Rodney E. Morgan          Wilson F. Schollman
Dedric Gill III            Patrick H. Eriksen         James N. Karnegis          Daniel C. Dodge           Gordon F. Bryant II
                           James E. Carter            Richard Tapley             Peter M. Low              Edward L. Reed
9/04                       James E. Kelley            Shawn P. Maloy             Kevin P. Hill             James B. Turpen
John K. Christensen        Don S. Larson              Richard E. Jensen, Jr.     Jeremy A. Meiners         Ricci D. Thompson
Dean G. Kadavy             Donnald R. Welch           Robert J. Thiessen                                   Stephen Shepherd
Don Pl Hudgell Jr.         Axel B. Hedstrom           John D. Liston             9/23                      Christopher P. Prokop
Michael J. LaCroix         Sean J. Mils                                          Gary D. Churchill         Anthony E. Ognissanti
Herbert S. Gindulis        John F. Adkerson           9/17                       Alfred N. Madsen          George Chavez
Thomas J. Hawley           Richard V. Samuel          Buddy L. Hudson            Alan H. Rice              Derek W. Aude
Brad L. Thomas                                        Larry G. Moyer             Steven R. Andersen
Mark J. Roberts            9/11                       Bernard J. Plummer         Robert Farro              9/28
Donald H. Kramer           Donald J. Kaye             Dennis L. Thomte           Daniel D. Vrana           Milton M. Saylan
                           Calvin H. Chapman          Francis J. Maruca          Joseph W. Moore           Michael W. Rodenburg
9/05                       Jonathon M. Fixley         Donald N. Eppley                                     Brian H. Kortright
Bruce B. Harman            Jon B. Mitchell            Kenneth W. Nielsen         9/24                      Stephen J. Walls
Paul H. Sulhoff            David D. Enloe             Joseph E. Shumate          Carl C. Andersen, Jr.     Duane F. Garrison
John H. Hoehne             Gene F. Wehrbein           Rodger D. Fawcett          Freddrick W. Berg
Gregory A. Sheets          Patrick Seddon             Jeffrey G. Hogue           Curtis M. Edic            9/29
Terry M. Theis                                        Mickey M. Goodrich         Gerald A. Langemeier      Doyle E. Berg
James W. Langley           9/12                       Mark C. Vandemark          Paul E. Spilman           Robert Eldridge
Gerard F. Melis, Sr.       Richard L. Corwine         Ronald S. Bojanski, Jr.    Robert G. Summy           Dean A. Lubker
Charles A. Ward            William M. Hocking         Shawn C. Davis             Richard A. Roth           William F. O’Brien
George W. Haner            George A. Hothhelfer       Brian W. Chaney            Roger D. Alger            Samuel A. Pfeifer
Kamin Beavers              Vernon R. Janovec                                     James Joyner              Jack N. Williams
Eric P. Vanderventer       Wayne W. Swett             9/18                       Delbert D. Schlutz        Ronald E. Welton
                           Gerald H. Austin           Wilbur W. Kay              Ronnie L. Morrisson       Joel Shaw
9/06                       Ronald O. Clarke           Duane K. Fudge             Larry R. Ross             AntoninVavra
Samuel C. Martinez         Eugene Pohl                James D. Baxter            Robert C. Franklin        Douglas J. Partch, Sr.
Andrew J. Lagerstrom       John M. Gaa                Harry O. Spillman          Jeff D. Welch
John B. Holzhey            Larry Broermann            Richard P. Schoettger                                9/30
                           Matthew M. Hartfield       James G. Reese             9/25                      Dean P. Madison
9/07                                                  Ronald W. Howell           William F. Ginn           Alvin E. Schewe
Donald P. Anderson         9/13                       Jeffrey A. Bosley          Marlyn G. Grubbs          Kenneth W. Olson
Donal R. Hinkle            Harold L. Rush                                        Kenneth E. Ranslem        Sean P. Koory
Patrick A. Calabro         Charles A. Scott           9/19                       Charles W. Watkins II     Gary Scarpino
Kelly L. Dhainin           Myron Widger               Don C. Clark               Barry W. Mayfield, Sr.    Sherrard Wiese
Herbert M. Chambers, Jr.   Steven B. Birdsong         James N. Sweene            Harold L. Lydick
Robert D. Whipple, Jr.     William E. Beard           Francis E. Mullady III     Keith R. Green
Michael S. Lyman           Richard T. Chilton         Scott C. Bramer            Todd M. Gruhn
Charles W. Clowers                                    Paul J. Gonzales           William F. Redmond
                                                      Jon Rhodes                 Robert E. Frank
                                                      Casey D. Bowen             James E. Liddick
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                                                     industrial & Small engine
                                                       Sales • Service • Parts




                                                     Rich Almgren     Larry Almgren


                                                     402.556.1610
                                                      4524 leavenworth
                                                        www.pruittinc.com

                                                         Tangier Shrine
                                                     Ladies’ Bazaar
                                                     Thursday,	September	11,	2008
                                                           7:30pm-9:00pm
                                                                  At
                                                      Tangier Center Lower Level




                                                     All kinds of great buys!!


                                                             Tangier
                                                     Thanks You


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                    Aksarben Chapter #277                                                             Shrine Ladies


            German Dinner ‘Girls Night Out’
                                                                                    Make your own custom piece of fusion jewelry;
            Friday, September 5th, 2008                                                    pendants, rings, and earrings.
                4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.                                           Tuesday,	October	14th	:30pm.
                                                                                   Adventures in Art, 6001 Maple St.
                                                                                       www.adventureinart.net
               Shi-Oma Masonic Center
                83rd & Maple Streets                                                      $20.00 first piece
                     Omaha, NE
                                                                                        Space is Limited.
        Weiner Schnitzel or Knackwurst                                                 Reservations only to
                                                                                       Ann ‘Sam’ Mayer at
  German Potato Salad, Sauerkraut, Dumplings                                      amayer@nescoresource.com or
 Cherry or Apple Strudel or German Chocolate                                      344-2353 and leave a message.
           Cake, Ice Tea or Coffee
                                                                                 Bring your own beverage (adult allowed) & a snack to share.
                                                                                 Rides will be available, leaving Tangier at 5:45pm sharp.
                  Cost
             $7.50 Adults                                                             This is a great time!
      $3.00 Children age 9 & under                                                Sponsored by Provost Ladies
            HAMBURGER NIGHT SCHEDULE
                                         Fall	2008	&	Winter/spring	2009
                                                                                 2009
                                                                                 January	     7	    Keystone	Kops	..........Aksarben	#227
                                                                                 	 	          14	   Legion	of	Honor........LOH	Ladies
                                                                                 	 	          21	   Provosts	.....................bethel	#9
                                                                                 	 	          28	                  .
                                                                                                    Shrine	bowl	..............bethel	#1
                                                                                 	 	
                                                                                 February	    4	            .
                                                                                                    Nomads	.....................bethel	#13	
                                                                                 	 	          11	   directors	Staff...........Staffettes
 2008                                                                            	 	          18	   greeters	.....................greeter	Ladies
 October	     1	    Legion	of	Honor........LOH	Ladies                            	 	          25	   Circus	Setup			No	Hamburger	Night
 	 	          8	             .
                    Nomads	.....................bethel	#13
 	 	          15	   Vintage	iron	..............Westside	rb	#22                   March	       4	    Arab	Patrol	...............Auxiliary
 	 	          22	   Arab	Patrol	...............Auxiliary                         	 	          11	   Vintage	iron	..............Westside	#22
 	 	          29	          .
                    Pirates	.......................Available																		   	 	          18	   Motor	A	.....................Auxiliary
                                                                                 	 	          25	   Motor	b	.....................Available	 	
 November	    5		   greeters	.....................greeters	Ladies
 	 	          12	   Corvette	Club	...........bethel	#1                           April	       1	    Clowns	.......................bethel	#9
 	 	          19	   directors	Staff...........Staffettes                         	 	          8	    Keystone	Kops	..........Aksarben	#277
 	 	          2	   Thanksgiving	eve	No	Hamburger	Night                          	 	          15	   Provosts	.....................bethel	#13
                                                                                 	 	          22	   Arab	Patrol	...............Auxiliary
 december	 	        No	Hamburger	Nights                                          	 	          29	          .
                                                                                                    Pirates	.......................Available

             If these dates do not work for your Unit or Club, please call the office at 402-392-0404.

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           Support Our Cause.




                                        Food, Drink, Dance, Raffles, Door Prizes & FUN FOR ALL!!

                                            Show ‘N’ Shine from 11:00 - 4:00
                                        Specialty Awards for Cars, Trucks & Motorcycles

                                                           DJ Music
                                                           All Day
                                                      Awards Presented at 4:00
                                               September 28th, 2008 (Rain or Shine)
                                             Tangier Shrine Center • 2823 S. 84th Street
                                                    *OPEN TO THE PUBLIC*

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        September
         Sun                   Mon                      Tue                  Wed                      Thu                      Fri                      Sat
                                             1                     2                      3                        4                       5                        6
                             Labor Day

                           Schuyler Parade
                           1:00pm Lineup

                       7                     8                     9                10                         11                      12                        13
                                                                                              Make Spaghetti Sauce       Make Meatballs           Cook Spaghetti
                                                                                                    7:00am             Kitchen Help 7:30am           7:00am
                                                                                                        ---                                               ---

                                                                                                Temple Meeting         Meatball Rollers 8:30     Plattsmouth Parade
                                                                                                  Dinner 6:15pm                                    5:30pm Lineup
                                                                                                  Meeting 7:30pm

                  14                     15                      16                 17                         18                      19                        20
                                                 Chief Aide, Unit and
    Spaghetti Dinner                             Club Head Meeting                              Big Red Dinner                                  Nebraska City Parade
   11:00am – 7:00pm                                    5:30pm                                       6:00pm                                       12:00 Noon Lineup


                  21                     22                      23                 24                         25                      26                        27
                                                                                                                                                  Nile Corner Lot
                                                                                              Membership Dinner                                    Garage Sale
                                                                                               Council Bluffs
                                                                                                  6:00pm                                       Keystone Kops 30th
                                                                                                                                               Anniversary 6:00pm

                  28                     29                      30
    Vintage Iron Car
         Show




                                                                                                                                           2008

             October
         Sun                   Mon                      Tue                  Wed                      Thu                      Fri                      Sat
                                                                                          1                        2                       3                        4
                                                                                                                                                 Friendship Dinner
                                                                        Hamburger Night                                                           Fremont 6:30pm
                                                                                                                                                         -----
                                                                         5:00 – 7:00pm                                                          Keystone Kop Fund
                                                                                                                                                Raiser Nehawka NE
                                                                                                                                                  12:00 Noon - ?

                       5                     6                     7                      8                        9                   10                        11
                                                                        Hamburger Night         Temple Meeting                                   Boone & Crockett
                                                                         5:00 – 7:00pm          Dinner 6:15pm                                    Rocky Mountain
                                                                                                Meeting 7:30pm                                      Oyster Fry


                  12                     13                      14                 15                         16                      17                        18
     Tangier Band                                                       Hamburger Night
     Pancake Feed                                                        5:00 – 7:00pm          Big Red Dinner          Chanter Rib Feed        One Day Blue Lodge
   9:00am – 1:00pm                                                                                  6:00pm               5:00 – 8:00pm             Scottish Rite


                  19                     20                      21                 22                         23                      24                        25
                                                 Chief Aide, Unit and   Hamburger Night          Circus Kickoff                                 Women’s Auxiliary
                                                 Club Head Meeting       5:00 – 7:00pm              7:00 pm                                       Style Show
                                                       5:30pm                                                                                     12:00 Noon


                  26                     27                      28                 29                         30                      31
    Greeters Danish                                                     Hamburger Night
       Breakfast                                                         5:00 – 7:00pm                                   Halloween Party
   8:00am – 1:00pm                                                                                                           6:00pm




                                                                                                                                           2008

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                                    2008	UNiTS	&	CLUbS	MeeTiNgS																																						
UNiTS	                   TiMe	         dAY	OF	MTg	               LOCATiON	                   CONTACT	                          PHONe	                   diVAN

Arab Patrol ........... 7:00 pm ...4th Monday .......... Tangier – Aladdin .....Roger Fawcett ................. 402-895-0132 ......Jeff Jackson
Band ..................... 8:00 pm ...4th Thursday ........ Tangier – Lower Level ..Carl Highman.................. 402-592-1820 ......Jeff Jackson
Black Sheep ......... 6:30 pm ...2nd Monday ......... Tangier – Green Room ..Jerry Bishop .................... 402-333-4496 ......Cary Manson
Chanters ............... 7:30 pm ...Every Monday ...... Tangier – Main Room ...Jim Ochsner .................... 402-571-5436 ......Jim Parks, Sr
Clowns ................. 6:30 pm ...1st Friday ............. Tangier – Lower Level ..Daryl Finley .................... 402-306-5414 ......Jim Parks Sr
Cycle Patrol.......... 6:30 pm ...1st Monday........... Various .....................Mel Pepper ...................... 402-391-5779 ......Phil Stier
Directors Staff ...... 7:00 pm ...4th Monday .......... Tangier......................Charlie Lovell ................. 402-426-7085 ......Mike Sorensen
Divan .................... 4:00 pm ...Every Wednesday . Tangier............................................................... All
Greeters ................ 7:00 pm ...2nd Tuesday ......... Various .....................Randall Busse ................. 402-498-0252 ......Jeff Jackson
Hospital Float ....... 6:30 pm ...3rd Saturday ......... Various .....................Ken Nisley ...................... 402-330-0585 ......Carey Manson
Jo De Ra ............... 6:30 pm ...1st Monday........... Jerico’s .....................Bob Krause ..................... 402-551-0521 ......Mike Sorensen
Keystone Kops ..... 7:00 pm ...2nd Friday ............ Various .....................Kevin Rasmussen........... 402-256-1100.......Phil Stier
Legion of Honor ... 7:00 pm ...1st Tuesday........... Tangier – Lower Level ..Robert Vondrasek ............ 402-397-6436 ......Greg Hadcock
Mobile Nobles...... Noon ........1st Saturday.......... Anthony’s .................Jay DeYoung ................... 712-379-3962 ......Greg Hadcock
Motor A ................ 6:30 pm ...1st Monday........... Various .....................Richard Chilton ............... 402-553-5418 ......Chuck Sohm
Motor B ..................................1st Monday........... O-Zone .....................James E. Kelley............... 402-933-5007 ......Mike Sorensen
Nomads .................2nd Monday ......LaVista Keno ................................Randy Heckert ................ 402-592-0444 ......Chuck Sohm
Oriental Band ....... 7:00 pm ...1st & 2nd Mondays Various .....................Vern Gibson .................... 402-721-4066 ......Phil Stier
Provost Guard ...... 7:00 pm ...3rd Thursday ........ Tangier......................Kevin Potter .................... 402-359-1546 ......Greg Hadcock
Rawhide Nobles .....................3rd Thursday ........ Various .....................Ron Tenney ..................... 402-685-5260 ......Leonard Irvin
Roadsters II ............................3rd Wednesday ..... Fremont Blue Lodge Jerry Nielsen ................... 402-721-2785 ......Jim Parks, Sr
Shrine Bowl ...........................2nd Tuesday ......... Various .....................Bruce Arp ........................ 402-339-9442 ......Cary Manson

CLUbS	                   TiMe	         dAY	OF	MTg	               LOCATiON	                   CONTACT	                          PHONe	                   diVAN

Arbor Shrine......... 7:00 pm ...last Tuesday.......... Nebraska City (TBA).Ron Hoyle ....................... 402-873-7330 ......All
Boone & Crockett 6:30 pm ...1st Thursday ......... Tangier – Lower Level ..John Knickman ............... 402-573-1625 ......Mike Sorensen
Botna Valley ......... 6:30 pm ...4th Tuesday .............................................Jay DeYoung ................... 712-379-3962 ......All
Computer Club ..... 7:00 pm ...3rd Tuesday .......... Tangier – Lower Level ..Mike Parkinson ............... 402-457-5491 ......Jeff Jackson
Corvette Club ....... 6:00 pm ...2nd Monday ......... Tangier......................Don Seastedt ................... 402-896-2009 ......Greg Hadcock
Council Bluffs ...... 5:00 pm ...3rd Sunday ........... Village Inn-Madison Ave Michael Wallace.............. 712-328-8110.......Chuck Sohm
Crescent................ 6:00 pm ...4th Friday ............. Various .....................Jim Carlton...................... 402-293-9323 ......Chuck Sohm
DeMolay .................................................................................................James Gunderson ............ 402-253-2688 ......Cary Manson
Fremont ................ 6:30 pm ...last Monday.......... Various .....................Vern Gibson .................... 402-721-4066 ......All
Information Club.. 7:00 pm ...4th Wed/Check Calendar..Tangier .................Tom Koksal ..................... 402-344-2353 ......Greg Hadcock
Mo Ri ................... 6:30 pm ...3rd Wednesday ..... Various .....................Bill Dunn......................... 402-238-2659 ......All
Oasis..................... 6:30 pm ...as needed .............. Schuyler ...................Terry Scheuneman .......... 402-352-8815 ......All
Past Masters ......... 6:30 pm ...Quarterly .............. Various .....................Mark Pilley ..................... 402-493-1077 ......Cary Manson
Pirates................... 7:00 pm ...4th Monday .......... Tangier......................Bryan Deming ................. 402-598-2370 ......Mike Sorensen
Racers……………7:00 pm 2nd Monday ........... Tangier –Card Room ....Scott Karpf ...................... 402-572-7548 ......Jeff Jackson
Ritual Divan ............................................................................................Jim Mueller ..................... 402-597-0690 ......Jim Parks Sr
Road Runners ....... 11:30 am ..2nd Saturday ........ Anthony’s .................Ralph Barbe .................... 402-496-2987 ......Jim Parks Sr
Sandhills............... Various ....Various ................. Various .....................Gary Allen ....................... 402-387-1137.......Jeff Jackson
Snap Shot ................................................................................................Don Seastedt ................... 402-896-2009 ......Chuck Sohm
So Journers (Masonic Group) .................................................................Phil Lorenzen .................. 402-677-9682 ......n/a
Soccer ......................................................................................................Bill Somerville ................ 402-734-5524 ......Bill Somerville
Temple Craft ........ 7:00 pm ...3rd Thursday ........ Tangier – Main Room .....Al Sesemann ................... 402-333-3197 ......Greg Hadcock /Lenny Irvin
Vintage Iron ......... 7:00 pm ...4th Tuesday .............................................James Gunderson ............ 402-253-2688 ......Cary Manson /Don Streeter

LAdieS	MeeTiNgS	                   TiMe	                 dAY	OF	MTg	                    LOCATiON	                        CONTACT	                      PHONe

Daughter’s Of The Nile............................................................................................................Beverly Donham ..........402-558-9032
Sat-Ra Patrol .................... 7:00 pm............ Mondays ...................... Tangier Lower Level .....Mary Waite .................402-346-6211
Sat-Ra Chorus .................. 11:00 am .......... Every Thursday ........... Tangier Main Room ......Anne Phillips ..............402-291-6496
Pageantry Dancers ........... 5:30 pm............ Every Monday ............. Tangier Lower Level .....Becky Unger ...............402-895-6321
Women’s Auxiliary ............ 10:00 Am ......... 2nd & 4th Wed ............ Tangier Lower Level .....Faye Daniels ...............402-292-6274
Golden Girls ..................... 12:00 Am ......... 2nd Tuesday ................ Tangier Lower Level .....Arlene Anderson .........402-384-8409

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                    Tangier Business & Professional Sponsor Directory
ACCOUNTING & TAX                             BANKING                                            FLORAL                                                 T & T Marketing Services, Inc.
Roger D. Alger, CPA                          Great Western Bank 20 Locations                    Elkhorn Flower & Gift                                  Tim Goodnight, CLU, RHU, ChFC
13812 “U” St. ……….…….........896-2500        Harlan Falk………….....….……552-1251                   229 E. Douglas Elkhorn, NE 68022                       13302 Millard Ave. …...….....….861-0990
                                             Member FDIC, Equal Opportunity Lender              Phone.....402-289-2925 or 866-443-0299
Darst & Associates, CPA                                                                                                                                INVESTMENT ADVISORS
Dave Emry, Larry Tennison                    BASEMENT WATERPROOFING                             FUNERAL DIRECTORS                                      Edward Jones
14707 California St…….....…....498-9100      Jerry’s Basement Waterproofing, Inc.               Korisko-Larkin-Stasklewicz Funeral Home                Bill Hollwager, AAMS Financial Advisor
                                             3030 Keystone Drive…….....….392-2211               5108 “F” St. ………...........…….731-1234                 800 Village Sq, Gretna …......…332-4160
Schwarz & Associates, CPA
Hank Schwarz……….....…...….330-6880           CATERING                                           Roeder Mortuary                                        D.A. Davidson & Co.
                                             Henn’s Catering                                    Jon Roeder                                             Philip A. Lorenzen
AIR CONDITIONING                             Dan & Ruth Henn …….…….....331-6858                 50th Ames Ave. ……..........……453-5600                  SID & General Market Municipals
A-1 United Htg & Air Conditioning                                                               108th & Maple ……….......…….496-9000                    10250 Regency Circle …….......392-7902
4972 “F” Street……......………..593-7500         SmoknBBQ.com Wayne & Karen
                                             Smoked Meats to full Catering                      HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING EQUIP.                      Pearce Financial Services
Climate Control                              712-328-0196....................402-690-6472       A-1 United Heating & Air Conditioning                  Kevin Pearce, Mutual of Omaha
4531 S 90th St……….....………558-1555                                                               4972 “F” St. …….......………….593-7500                    2102 N. 117th Avenue...............502-6900
                                             COMPUTER SERVICES
APPLIANCE-HOUSEHOLD                          Parkinson Consulting - Michael Parkinson           CLIMATE CONTROL Bill Beard                             Regency Services, Inc.
Jack McIntire                                parkinsonconsulting@cox.net...708-0464             4531 S 90th Street……….........558-1555                 6408 Witmore Street
West Omaha Furniture & Appliance                                                                                                                       Ballard Fleming ……..……........398-1966
6205 Maple………….....…….....551-1700           CONCRETE BLOCK                                     HOME REPAIRS
                                                                                                Just Wilson Inc.                                       T & T Marketing Services, Inc.
ASPHALT                                      Larson Cement Stone Co.                            Home Repairs/Demolition                                Tim Goodnight, CLU, RHU, ChFC
Asphalt Sealcoating & Striping LLC           4526 South 28th St. ……….733-1897                   Lumpy Wilson….................402-657-1498             13302 Millard Ave. ….…........…861-0990
Keith R. Green
25078 McPherson Ave. CB.......669-1676       DRY CLEANERS                                       INSURANCE                                              INVESTIGATORS
                                             Max I. Walker Cleaners                             All State Insurance Company                            Professional Investigations Inc.
ATTORNEYS                                    Bob Walker, Jr.                                    4949 N. 26th St., Lincoln, NE 68521                    David Robinson ………..…....…690-4014
Rodney S. & Mary Sederstrom                  All over Omaha and Council Bluffs….....344-7488    402-435-5757 ....... or ....... 888-609-4830           www.private.eye@cox.net
3828 Dodge………….…....……551-8700
                                                                                                American Family Ins - Travis Prater
Fax 551-1113                                 ELECTRIC WIRING                                                                                           Investigative Professional Services
                                                                                                Auto, Home, Life, Health, Commercial
                                             North-West Electric                                                                                       David Rose.........................402-319-5841
                                                                                                14345 Fort St, Ste 900..............445-6117
Malcolm D. Young, Attorney                   Charles M. McDonnell...............571-3601                                                               www.werelookingoutforyou.com
8742 Frederick St. ……….....…393-5600                                                            ASSOCIATED UNDERWRITERS, INC.
                                             EMPLOYMENT                                         (402) 592-0900 11115 “O” Street                        JANITOR SUPPLY
AUCTIONEER                                   Eggers Personnel, Jim Eggers, Prs.                       Omaha, NE 68145-0820                             Omaha Compound Co. 2001 Nicholas
GREAT PLAINS REALTY-AUCTION CO.              11272 Elm St. ………….....……333-3480                                                                         Justin Manvitz ……….....………346-7117
Randy Fleming CEO, CAI • Don Groesser CAI                                                       Don Kroupa Insurance Agency
Professional Auctioneers Since 1964          ESTATE PLANNING SERVICES                           “Specializing in all types of Insurance”               JEWELRY
www.gprealtyauction.com..402-210-4885        Demeral Andrew                                     12865 Deauville Dr. - Omaha, NE 68137
                                             Andrew & Associates, INC.                          Phone.......................................895-1030   Malashock’s - Village Pointe South
AUTOMOBILE REPAIR                            10846 Old Mill Rd.,Ste 2B.........330-1080         Farmers Insurance Group (See Display Ad)               Robert Malashock
TUFFY AUTO SERVICE CENTER                                                                       Rob Kuhl….......….........….402-884-1055               16811 Burke Street.........…..…496-9990
Mark Anthony                                 Pearce Financial Services                          Dave Strunc …….......…….402-330-3333
137th & Millard Ave….......……895-4274        Kevin Pearce, Mutual of Omaha                                                                             LAWN EQUIPMENT
                                             2102 N. 117th Ave.................... 502-6900     LORING & COMPANY                                       Pruitt Inc. - Rich Almgren
AUTOMOBILE SALES                             T & T Marketing Services, Inc.                     Dan Loring - Business Insurance                        Small Engine, Lawn Mowing Equip.
Gregg Young Chevrolet - GEO                  Tim Goodnight, CLU, RHU, ChFC                      600 Essex Court …….......…….399-8721                   4524 Leavenworth St, Omaha..556-1610
8505 Crown Point Ave.                        13302 Millard Ave. …........……861-0990
Omaha, NE ……………….....…572-8080                                                                  Nabity-Perry Insurance                                 LAWN CARE
                                             ESTATE PLANNING-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                  Business, Auto, Home, Contractor’s Bonds               Complete Lawn Service
Keast-Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Inc.
                                             Demeral Andrew                                     3205 N 90th St, Ste 109............571-3600            Lawn Care & Snow Removal
Walter Keast
                                             Andrew & Associates, INC.                                                                                 Bill Redmond …..………......…..333-9022
Oakland, IA ……......……(712) 482-6491                                                            Omaha Insurance Services
                                             10846 Old Mill Rd.,Ste2B.........330-1080
Toll Free ………....……….877-88KEAST                                                                11132 “O” Street, Omaha
                                                                                                                                                       MOVING
AUTOMOBILE SALES (cont.)                                                                        Jeff Mann...........................402-592-4455
                                             FARM MANAGEMENT & SALES                                                                                   Ford Moving & Storage-Allied Van Lines
McMullen Ford - New & Used
                                             Agricultural Management                            Pearce Financial Services                              Call Brothers: Jack, Eric, Bob or Rick
Harry & Scott McMullen
                                             Al Penner, Jack Schram…........556-2070            Kevin Pearce, Mutual of Omaha                          E-mail: www.fordstorage.com
Lake Manawa Exit,
                                                                                                2102 N. 117th Ave.................... 502-6900         7402 “L” Street ………….....…..592-5455
Council Bluffs, IA …….....(712) 366-0531
                                             FIRE PROTECTION
                                             Fire Guard Inc                                     State Farm-James J. (Jim) Steele, Jr                   NURSERY
Sid Dillon                                                                                      Auto, Life, Health, Home, Business
                                             Bob Sorenson Chuck W. Dworak                                                                              Tranquill Times Plantscapes…..402-933-8239
Cad,GMC,Mazda,Chevy,Buick,Pontiac                                                               13057 W Center Rd, Ste 23......333-1866
                                             10414 J St. ……………….........592-1999                                                                       dfrazee@tconl.com
2420 E. 23rd, Fremont, NE 68025
Tom Brazer 721-2448, 1-888-721-2448
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                       Tangier Business & Professional Sponsor Directory
OFFICE SPACE                                          STORAGE                                             UNIFORM RENTAL
                                                      FORD STORAGE                                        Max I. Walker Uniform Rental
Hillcrest Landing                                     Call Brothers: Jack, Eric, Bob or Rick              Bob Walker Jr. …………....……344-7488
Great Location-Great Price, Check it out!             E-mail: www.fordstorage.com                         All Over Omaha and Council Bluffs
Don Perry …………..……...….596-1062                       7402 “L” Street ………….....…..592-5455
                                                      STORAGE (cont.)                                     VENDOR SERVICE
PAINTERS                                              Gray & Associates                                   Apple Vending……..……......….689-3344
Welch Painting - Jeff Welch                           Don & Joan Gray, Owner
Interior - Exterior - Decks                           Cars, Boats, RVs, Etc.                              WATER DISTRIBUTION
paint@jrwelch.com ………....…660-6256                    18201 S. 132nd St. ……......…..253-2855              Omaha Water Company
                                                                                                          $3 - Five Gallons. Business or Home
PEST CONTROL                                          TIRES                                               Free Catering to Events.…..…..731-0149
Residential Pest Control Larry Hulsebus               Allied Oil & Supply, Inc.
493-7887………………….....….319-8099                        Con Heinson
                                                      2209 S. 24th St. ………….....…344-4343
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Mervin Reese                                          Southwest Tire - Tom Cullinane
8711 Countryside Village….......391-3755              13736 “Q” St. …………….....….895-6555
J Burson Photography - Jean Burson                    Walker Tire
16161 Capitol Ave…..................330-3168          89th & ‘L” St. ……….………………331-1981
                                                      84th & W. Dodge ……………….…393-1900
PLUMBERS                                              140th & Gold Circle …………….…334-5440
JW Greenwood Plumbing Inc ...734-7835                 77th & “F” St. (Truck Ctr) …….......331-3636

PRINTERS                                              TRAVEL AGENTS
K-Kopy Printing Service, Inc.                         True Travel Inc.
Keith Kortright, E-mail: kkopy@cox.net                Roland Treu………………..402-558-8222
736 North 75th St. ………....….393-4857                  info@truetravel.com
REFRIGERATION                                         TREE CARE
Bennett Refrigeration Inc.                            Terry Hughes Tree Service
3352 North 88th Plaza                                 Terry Hughes ………………......558-8198
Glenn R. Bennett …….....……..571-7444
                                                      TRUCKS
REMODELING                                            Paul Lucht & Sons Body Shop, Inc.
Joe Kopecky Builders                                  Tom & Nick
Joe Kopecky ………......……….676-9533                     1519 S. 3rd St.……..…......……342-5630
RESTAURANT                                            TRUCKS (cont.)
Anthony’s Steakhouse and Ozone Lounge                 McMullen Ford - New & Used
7220 “F” St................................331-7575   Harry & Scott McMullen
                                                      Lake Manawa Exit
RUBBER STAMPS                                         Council Bluffs, IA ……………....366-0531
J.P. Cooke & Co.
Warren Cooke, John Cooke
1311-15 Howard St. ….....……..342-7175

SCRAP METALS RECYCLING
Midwest Metals Recycling
Copper-Brass-Aluminum-Scrap/Cans
1624 Clark Street
Mark Bolin ……………….......…345-6624

SERVICE STATIONS
Fred’s Friendly 66 Service
Fred Wackerhagen
Robert Wackerhagen
29th & Leavenworth ……...…..342-9519

VALVOLINE INSTANT OIL CHANGE
Mark Anthony
132nd & Maple Street ….....…445-0070
137th & Millard Ave. …...…….895-4274
108th & Q Street ………....…..592-6550

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Keystone Kops Fundraiser                           Page 8
Chanters Rib Feed                                 Page 10
Hospital Representative Report                    Page 11
York Rite Dates to Remember                       Page 12
Scottish Rite Check the Date                      Page 12
Tangier Shrine Southern Caribbean Cruise          Page 13
2008 Parade Schedule                              Page 14
Halloween Horror Night                            Page 14
This Month’s Birthdays                            Page 15
Evaluation Clinic for Children                    Page 16
Tangier Ladies Bazaar Night                       Page 16
German Dinner                                     Page 17
Girls Night Out                                   Page 17
Hamburger Night Schedule                          Page 17
Summer’s End Show & Shine                         Page 19
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Brick Order Form & Lifetime Memberships           Page 23
Big Red Dinners                                   Page 24




                                                                  ..…are back!!!
                                                                  Starting in September!!!
   The Shrine Bowl Unit will again be holding it’s Big Red Dinners this year. Come enjoy a great dinner and hear what
   the coaches have to say. They will be held on the third Thursday of the month, with the first dinner being held on
   September 18th, 2008. Social Hour starts at 6:00 PM with Dinner at 7:15 PM, with the coaches speech afterwards.
   Tickets are $110.00 for the season 5 dinners or $30.00 at the door per dinner. If you have any questions please call
   Dean Abels @ 402-592-3953. Tickets are offered on a first come first serve basis.

                                                            Name: ____________________________________________

                                                            Address: __________________________________________

                                                            Telephone: ________________________________________
                                                                      _______ Tickets @ $110.00 each = $__________
                                                                            Please remit to: Tangier Shrine Bowl Unit
                                                                                                  1001 Wicklow Road
                                                                                                  Papillion, NE 68046

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