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Great to see Worshipful Brother George Geanoulis as the Potentate.
Drove by to see, You need to up date your web page. since the fire.
Please make a note to the Feb. 8 calendar that the Tin Lizzie POG is NOT a divan visit as stated in the Pote's hand out package of Jan. 21st.
On the Divan picture page.... it seems that you misspelled the Potentates first name.
I do not see posted on the website calendar, for February, the Valentine Dinner Dance, nor the Harley-Davidson event.
Updated RADOPS Officers as of December 2013
President/Station K6ABR Trustee: David Cheney
Phone: (858) 248-6728
Secretary: Robin Armour - N6HHM
Phone: (619) 253-7800
Vice President/Treasurer: Bill Snell - KB6EB
Phone: (619) 482-1872
Dear Members of the Nobility,
I am visiting from Rameses Shrine in Hamilton/Toronto, Canada and I bring greetings from our potentate, Sir Terry Lamping. May God bless your work in the Shrine. I wish I had time to see and visit your club and Temple.
I wish you God's blessing in your work.
Thanks for the memories. Please keep this site up. The photos are
great website even greater organization!
THANKS TO BOB LAKOSIL, I WISH TO REJOIN THELOCAL YACHT CLUB,M Y DUESAREON THE WAY.I AMJ A LIFE MEMBER OF INTERNATIONAL.
NO BOAT, NO LEGS, BUT MY CHECK IS GOOD, RICHARD, PAST COMMODOREA.B.S.Y.C. AND ALSO I.A.S.Y.C.
I'm Mike and Velma Russo's new son in law. I was at their cabin last year I know they enjoyed there time up there. Awesome pictures of the results of the fire. Good luck on the cleanup and the next chapter of the Al Bahr Shrine Camp Saga. Will come up the next time we make our way down from NE Oregon. Fraternally, Ron Lesley
To all my friends at Al Bahr Shrine:
The potentate has appointed me to be the lead / program manager for the recovery of Shrine Camp. If you have any questions and or comments, please direct them to me and I will make sure that when time comes we can contact you and get your help.
The entire area is under control of the US Forestry Service and we have to obey their rules. We are committed to work with them. The USFS has done a phenomenal job of controlling and protecting the area and is committed to doing so. When you go up to the camp, say hello to the Law Enforcement agents , shake their hands and thank them for a job well done.
I am asking for your patience, it will take time to unravel the mysteries of this event. Rest assured that we do our best to keep you informed.
Ready to work. Lets get the Masonic lodges to commit work parties every weekend. I will be there, please let me know what is needed.
Mike Singer, Consuelo #325
My name is Susan Jacobs, daughter of shriner Richard Benker. My family has gone to shrine camp for many years.My children cut their teeth, on shrine week.My son, Aaron, had to hold a close to the top record for riding the caliope, when he was a toddler.We would ride it, to get him to fall asleep, for a nap!I helped a couple times with medical needs, and was priveleged to work with Sue Raimond, a few times, in this regard.
I recently had the opportunity to share the camp, with my co-workers for 2 separate times. In November, we came up for a campout and were surprised by a snowstorm.Being nurses and health professionals, we bucked up and had a grand time. We had a Sat. night, in the lodge hall, with a roaring fire, games, karaoke, and friendship.That night we had a massive potluck, including a turkey, 2 hams and all the trimmings. It was a great time,for all.
We came up again, last month, with a smaller group.It turned cold and frigid again, and we still had a grand time. This time we gathered at my folks mobile and everyone became close, as we shared the warmth of mom and dad's mobile, friendship, and food and drink.
Anyways, we will surely miss this place. If there is anything my comrades and I can do to help with cleanup, etc. please let me know, and I will get some helpers together. Also, we have pictures of the lodge hall and just plain FUN, and we can also gather these and share with you, if you would like. Perhaps to preserve some pics and memories for the Shrine.
Again, know that myself and many others sympathize with your loss. Perhaps adding an open forum, on your site, for people to share memories,etc. could help people deal with the loss and grief they are feeling, and help with healing. It truly feels like I lost a family. Take care and feel free to contact me, for anything I can help with, Susan Jacobs RN
My grandparents were Doug and Betty Baird. All our wonderful summer memories are from Al Bahr Shrine Camp and Shrine Week. This is a tremendous loss for our family. Their pictures were in the Mess Hall with all their friends. We were there from 1972 to 1999. I remember the heyday of the Lodge. Kids were not aloud to be in the bar area, nor on the dance floor. We sat and watched the live band and the "grown ups" dance. Kids seemed to over run it in later years, but it was still a great place for fellowship and fun. I still have my memories. :-)
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