The Anah Shriners | Bangor, ME

Welcome to the Anah Shriners!
The Shrine Organization is best known for its colorful parades, the distinctive red fez and its national philanthropy designed to help children in need. Shriners International describes itself as a fraternity based on fun, fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth. Throughout North America there are over 190 Shrine Temples, or charters. Our Temple, The Anah Shrine, held its first meeting in July 1921 and a charter was issued in 1922. The Anah Shrine has eight regional shrine clubs where members and guests enjoy fellowship. Whether you are a member or just enjoy our parades or circuses from afar, we welcome you to our site.

Our Shrine Hall is available to rent, for an application or more info, click here

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Having Fun and Helping Children

Since 1921, the Anah Shriners have worked tirelessly to help children all over the country. The Anah Shriners are dedicated to helping lead fundraising for the Shriners' philanthropy, The Shriners Hospitals for Children. All year long the Anah Shriners raise funds for The Shriners Hospital for Children - Springfield and The Shriners Hospital for Children - Boston. The Anah Shriners work to help children daily and have fun while doing so!

The Anah Shriners welcome everyone in Bangor to learn more about the Shrine and join in their events benefiting the Shriners Hospitals for Children. To learn more about the Shriners, their events and how to become an Anah Shriner please contact our office staff at 207-942-2254.

Shriners International

Shriners International

What are your goals?

Start 2021 right by expanding your Masonic journey and becoming a Shriner or helping a fellow Mason become a Shriner.

You're never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream. ~ C. S. Lewis What are some of your 2021 goals?

Shriners Hospitals for Children

In the latest issue of Leaders in Care, learn how our locations are providing adaptive toys and bikes that help with lower extremity strengthening, cardiovascular exercise, weight management and balancing skills.

Shriners Hospitals for Children-Boston

Shriners Hospitals for Children-Boston

Check out Shgaron's journey

Fourteen-year-old Sharon's journey with the Boston Shriners Hospital began this past October after she suffered a terrible injury at a barn where she frequently rides horses. In a freak accident, a horse bit off four centimeters of her bottom lip as she was caring for him. Thanks to her care team led by plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Driscoll, Sharon has healed from her injury and is now back to doing what she loves! #BosShriners

Shriners Hospitals for Children-Springfield

Shriners Hospitals for Children-Springfield

COVID-19 Vaccine for Employees

The first doses of the Moderna vaccine have arrived at the Springfield Shriners Hospital, and we have begun administering the COVID-19 vaccine to hospital employees. Although receiving the vaccine is not mandatory, we were given enough doses to vaccinate all 200+ of our employees.

Pictured here is Chief of Staff, James F. Mooney, III, M.D., an orthopaedic spine surgeon, who was the first to be vaccinated. "I wanted to show my colleagues that I believe in the safety and efficacy of the vaccine," said Dr. Mooney. "This vaccine is an important part of our commitment to protecting our staff and providing the safest environment for our patients coming to the hospital. In the medical profession, it is our responsibility to be an example."

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