Clubs & Units

The best way to enjoy your membership in the Shriners fraternity is to participate, and a great way to participate is to join a club or unit. 
Shrine clubs essentially serve as “minitemples.”  
Clubs are created in the temple’s outlying areas to keep nobles active and involved in Shriners activities – kind of like satellite groups, with all members belonging to the same temple. 
Units are made up of groups of nobles with similar interests. Service units benefit the nobility or the temple and may include policing, maintenance, first-aid or hospitality. Performing units primarily provide entertainment for Shriners or the general public. Examples include clown groups, marching bands and mini-car drivers. Units usually participate in community parades, and many compete against similar units from other temples.  

The main purposes of Shrine clubs and units are to: 
• Promote interest in Shrinedom among members by offering fellowship and fun activities for nobles and their families. 
• Connect members who have similar interests. 
• Raise awareness of the Shriners fraternity in local communities. 
• Educate the public about Shriners Hospitals for Children. 
• Conduct fundraisers to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children, and temple, club or unit operations.


Al Amin Shrine Units

 
Chefs


 
Classic Cars 


       

 Directors Staff




 Dune Buggies








 Golf (CC)



 Greeters

 Hospital Drivers (CC)



Hospital Drivers (RGV)

 Legion of Honor


 Mini-Karz






Noble Riders 




Past Masters 

Provost Guard 

Provost Shooters





Tin Lizzies 





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Al Amin Shrine Clubs

 Copano Shrine Club, Rockport/Fulton

Rio Grande Valley    

Bedouin Band   Nomad Jokers


Nomad


Tip-O-Tex 

News Article
Victoria 

Fire Patrol