Orak Shrine of Michigan City Indiana
Welcome to the Orak Shrine of Michigan City. We are a group of Philanthropists who help the community and more importantly offer free hospital care at our “World Reknowned Shriner Children’s Hospitals
The Temple Guard leads the participants in parades all around the region. The Unit also guards the doors and checks dues cards at the Ceremonials and assist at all the Shriners Auditorium events.
We March so Children Can Walk! The Arab Patrol is Orak Shrine’s proud marching unit! We are the oldest unit at Orak; our Patrol was founded in 1910. The Arab Patrol participates in many local parades throughout the year.
The Orak Shrine Legion of Honor, Shriners International is organized for the purpose of Fostering a spirit of Patriotism and a Love of Country and Flag, Perpetuating the memory of our Comrades in Arms who died in the service of their country
The Ritual Cast is a service and social unit that perform the Ritualistic Section of the Ceremonials. They meet 7 out of 12 months of the year for business meetings and practices. They also attend circus’s,and other social functions.
The Orak Motor Patrol is the Motorized Parade Unit of Orak Shriners. The Motor Patrol includes the motorcycle drill team and Motorcycle parade team, mini cars, flying carpets, classic cars, mini choppers, mini semis and pretty much anything else
The Oriental Band aims to promote Orak Shrine, support our hospitals, and entertain the crowds during parades and have great fun and fellowship time with our members and the community. We play instruments that sound very fun
Free Hospital Care for Children
Our purpose is to help you and your family in a time of need. Don’t hesitate to call us immediately to help your children in a time of need. Our Shrine Hospitals are prepaid by donations of many wonderful ladies, gentleman, and organizations.
We are Shriners we stand together to help our communities!
Unbelievable, here it is June, where did those 6 months go? Hopefully everyone is enjoying this year. I want to thank my wife Cathy, Virgil and Brenda Clary, Jack and Linda Hartlerode, Bob and Caroline Fry, Chuck Horn and Sandy Branham, and Brad Harmon for their work selling CD’s at the Foreigner Concert June 25th, raising monies for Shrine Hospitals.
We have a couple of projects going on around your Shrine Center this summer. We are going to complete the remodel of the pavilion kitchen and sprucing up behind the stage. Anyone interested in helping please contact me, as always, your time and contributions will be greatly appreciated.
Please mark your calendars for June 13th 6:00 pm. We will again have an evening of fun at the Railcats Baseball Stadium. Menu includes bbq pulled pork and chicken, hot dogs, baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad, chips cookies, soda, water and $1.50 beer. All tickets are $25.00 each. We were not given a special children’s price. This is a fun evening of baseball and camaraderie.
It is time to begin thinking about traveling to Imperial Session in Nashville Tenn. We have a block of 20 rooms at the Nashville Airport Double Tree Suites. If you are thinking about attending, please get in touch with me so I can get you the info you will need. I have to give up these rooms on May 31rst, if you do not make a reservation by then, I will not have any rooms available. Ask those that have previously attended sessions, it is a time of fun and fellowship with a little Shrine & Hospital education thrown into the mix.
Dave Moss, Potentate