The Scarborough Shrine Club was formed in 1974, by Ill. Sir Don McCron, Past Potentate and twelve other Nobles. The purpose of the Club is to serve the community of Scarborough and to have a Shrine Club meeting near the homes of Scarborough Shriners. Our regular meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of the Month 6 PM at Royal Canadian Legion Branch #10 at 1083 Pape Avenue Toronto ON.
Since our formation, our Club has raised money through various ways such Christmas Cakes, Golf Tournaments, Garage Sales, and many other events to raise money for the Hospitals and the Club. We sponsor House League teams in the Wexford Soccer Association, both Indoor and Outdoor. Over the years we have helped many individuals in their hour of need. Besides the work, we have held picnics, bowling nights, President's Ball, Ladies Night, and many other events in which our Ladies participate.
Come on out and enjoy a dinner and meeting in the friendship of the Scarborough Shriners.
SCARBOROUGH CLOWN UNIT
Director – Norman 'Nobby' Law
Over the years, the Clown Unit has visited the Scarborough Hospitals Children Wards, bringing a bit of sunshine to the children. They also raise funds for I.S.C.A. by performing at Christmas Parties and other events outside of the Shrine. They also work the Shrine Circuses and at the present are doing a Burn Education Presentation at the schools in Scarborough under the guidance of Noble Norm 'Nobby' Law. He has put on shows in other parts of the Province, also to Guides and Scouts groups.
If you are interested in becoming a Shrine Clown, please contact Norman 'Nobby' Law.
MINI CAR UNIT
Director – Noble Jim Milroy – 416-803-9132
Secretary – Noble Ronel Manabat
Meetings are at the call of the Director
The Mini Car Unit are very active in parades over the summer and have taken many prizes for their fine showmanship at these events. They have a great fellowship in the Unit and have been a staple in many GTA parades. For further information please contact Noble Jim Milroy.
Last updated on Sunday, January 28, 2018
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