Units & Clubs

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 “mini temples.” Each Shriners of North America’s 191 temples is in a specific city; many times that temple’s jurisdiction is vast. Clubs are created in the temple’s outlying areas to keep Nobles active and involved in Shriners activities.

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.

Shriners are welcome and encouraged to join many clubs and units for fellowship, to serve their local area; and to help promote the shrine and the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Yelduz Units:

The first uniformed unit of Yelduz Temple was the Arab Patrol which was organized on February 1, 1906. Other organized units that are still active and their approximate dates of organization are:

1917Yelduz Band
1945Yelduz Chanters
1947NE Scooter Patrol
1947Yelduz Wrecking Crew
1950James Valley Motor Corps
1959Yelduz Color Guard
1965Yelduz Horse Patrol
1965Lake Regional Four-Wheelers
1968Yelduz Clowns
1977Yelduz Greeters
1979James Valley Fire Crews
1980Gettysburg Mini-Corvette
1982Provost
1984Air Patrol
1985Westerners
1991Road Runners
2007Yelduz Racing Team
2010Yelduz Chef Unit
2011Yelduz Dance Unit

Upcoming Events

  • Britton Shrine Club

    November 29, 2017 • 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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