A Shrine Club is an opportunity to play cards, enjoy a meal and converse with other Shriners. Shrine Clubs meet about nine months of the year and generally, do not meet in the summer. The meals are usually under $10 and the meetings last no longer than a couple of hours. They are always a good time! Within the Masonic Family, there are opportunities for everyone to participate. Many events are public events where you may join in the fun. For membership opportunities in your area, contact any Shriner, Mason or the Shrine for further information.

List of Shrine Clubs and Masonic Family:

Aroostook County- Shawn LaheyJessica
Res; 207-227-1417 Cell; 207-554-7920
Email: bytesiz3dklown@gmail.com  Address; 51 Oak Street Presque Isle, ME 04769

Bangor\Brewer - Don Gordon
Gail
Res; 207-947-7944  Cell; 207-944-0820
Email; don.dtg@gmail.com  Address; 63 Norway Rd. Bangor, ME 04401

Hancock County- Ed Huntley
Terri
Cell; 207-460-3486
Email; ehuntley@gmail.com  Address; 176 Newbury Neck Rd. Surry, ME 04684

Northern Penobscot - Richard Elwell
Denise
Res; 207-365-4601
Email; elwell@pivot.net   Address; PO Box 84 Benedicta, ME 04733

Schoodic - Jamey Gower
Cell; 207-214-7879
Email; jlgower@gmail.com.com  Address; 83 Charlotte Rd. Charlotte, ME 04666

Tri-County- Arthur Watson
Cell; 207-355-5331
Email; artwatson53@gmail.com  Address; 8 Hayman Dr. Corinth, ME 04427

Waldo County- Tom Woods

Dorthea

Cell; 207-323-1343 Res; 207-338-2380

Email; kdsrgon@gmail.com  Address: 184 ROcky Rd. Northport, ME 04849

Washington County- Ron Dunphy

Hope Alley
Res; 207-263-6763   Cell; 207-428-3287
Email; anahminicar@yahoo.com  Address; 16 Hardhead Rd. Beals, ME 04611

Rainbow for Girls - Bangor, Maine
The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is an organization for young women between the ages of 11 and 20, regardless of race, creed or color. A girl is recommended by another member, or by a member of the Masonic Lodge, Order of the Eastern Star or Amaranth. Masonic heritage is not a requirement for membership.
Visit the Rainbow for Girls Website

Sunshine Club - Bangor, Maine
President: Lorena Fenlason
The Sunshine Club was established in 1927 for the purpose of providing transportation for patients to the Springfield Shriners orthopedic hospital. The Sunshine Club now helps with transportation to the Boston Burns Hospital as well. We welcome new members at any of our meetings. Come join in!

Daughters of the Nile
Daughters of the Nile is an International fraternal organization for women 18 years or older, who are related by birth or marriage to a Shriner, Master Mason, or Daughter of the Nile or is a majority member in Good Standing of a Masonic-related organization for girls. The members of Daughters of the Nile are proud of their long association with Shriners International and their continuing support of Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
Visit the Daughters of the Nile Website

L to R: Janice Young, The Sunshine Club; Sheila Duncan, Founder, The Kennek Foundation; Lorena Fenalson, P.Q. Ankh Temple #160 Bangor ME

L to R: Janice Young, The Sunshine Club; Sheila Duncan, Founder, The Kennek Foundation; Lorena Fenalson, P.Q. Ankh Temple #160 Bangor ME

A generous donation by Mason Gary Freedman of Marblehead Opticians enabled Sheila Duncan to deliver a small “truckload” of Trouble plush healing pups to Maine recently. Through the wonderful work of The Sunshine Club for Children providing transportation to the Shriners Springfield Orthopedic Hospital and the Shriners Boston Burn Center, children will have a new forever buddy to accompany them and help them feel safe and have hope!