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Payment Portal — Renew your dues, purchase dinner tickets and more

Zuhrah Gear — Order personalized gear complete with the Zuhrah logo!

Midwest Shrine Motor Corps Association — This organization is comprised of motorized Shrine units, hailing from the fourteen Shrine Centers across the upper mid-western United States and southern Canada.

Be A Shriner Now — Are you interested in becoming a Shriner? Check out this site with more information on why and how to become a member.

Shriners Hospitals for Children — Learn more about the Hospitals we support, including one located in Minneapolis!

Shriners International — Visit this site to learn more about the Shriners organization, located in Tampa, FL.

East West Shrine Game — This game is held each January – and is an annual event since 1925!  This is the nation’s first college all-star football game and raises awareness of Shriners Hospitals for Children!  The game is driven by the desire to support Shriners Hospitals for Children in its mission to help children in need of expert medical care. More than 1.3 million children have benefited from Shriners Hospitals’ unique way of providing hope and healing, regardless of the families’ ability to pay for services.

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open — This event is an annual golf tournament on the PGA Tour in Nevada, and is held at the end of October and into the first week of November. The event raises awareness of Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Shriners Rewards — Every Shriner gets a free membership and each card sold supports Shriners Hospitals!

Shriners Village — A private web community for Shriners

Womens General Auxiliary — Learn more about how this group of volunteers support Shriners Hospitals for Children – Twin Cities.

DeMolay — The premier youth leadership organization for young men ages 12-21

Job’s Daughters — A Masonic-sponsored youth organization for girls and young women aged 10 to 20

MN Grand Lodge of Masons — You must be a Mason to be  Shriner. Find a lodge near you to learn more about becoming a Mason.

Minnesota Scottish Rite — Sometimes called the “University of Freemasonry,” it uses extensive dramatic plays and allegory to emphasize the messages of its degrees.

Minnesota York Rite — The other major concordant body of Freemasonry