Pote's Notes - October/November 2017

Dear Nobles and Ladies:

This shall be my fifth message bringing you up-to-date on the activities and happenings at your Nile Shrine Center.

The summer has come and gone and the Units and Clubs are now back to labor with their various activities and events.

As I mentioned in our last Smile with Nile, P.N.S.A. was a huge success, thanks to Noble Scott Wells, his Lady Ann; Ill. Sir Don Lane, his Lady Denise and the multitude of volunteers who made everything happen and come off like clock-work. A tip of the Fez to all for an impressive event!

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Pote's Notes - August/September 2017

Dear Nobles and Ladies:

This shall be my fourth message bringing you up-to-date on the activities and happenings at your Nile Shrine Center.

On June 8th thru 10th, I and many of our Shrine/Mason Nobles were in attendance at the Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Washington, in Yakima, where I represented the Nile Shriners at Informal Opening. Our new Grand Master, MWBro. Warren R. Schoeben, was installed at our 161st Installation of Officers on Saturday evening, the 10th, and will be our guest in October at our open stated meeting.

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Pote's Notes - June/July 2017

Dear Nobles and Ladies:

This shall be my third message bringing you up-to-date on the activities and happenings at your Nile Shrine Center.

On April 2nd, Lady Jane and I attended the Daughters of the Nile’s (D.O.N.) Installation at the Nile, where I brought greetings from the Nobles of the Nile Shriners and congratulated newly installed Queen Denice Tewalt, and Hatasu Temple No. 1, Daughters of the Nile, on their 104th Annual Installation of Officers and wished the Temple the very best for the ensuing year. We very much enjoyed the Installation and pageantry of the afternoon. 

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Pote's Notes - April/May 2017

Dear Nobles and Ladies:

By the time you receive this communique in the mail, March will have come and gone. Let me give you a little recap of the happenings around your Nile Shrine Center. In the first weekend of February, the Oriental Band successfully put on an outstanding Crab Feed to a “sold-out” venue with everyone having delicious crab and great fellowship with music performed by the Arlington High School Jazz Band. 

The following Saturday evening, we had the Potentate and First Lady’s Valentine’s Ball with appetizers furnished by the ladies, a fabulous dinner of steak and lobster, which was over the top, thanks to Executive Chef Daniel Green, wine on the table and music to dance and listen to by Mark Stern. Everyone in attendance had an enjoyable time with nothing but positive comments to share.  If you weren’t there, you missed a special evening. 

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