posted on Oct, 4 2003 @ 06:35 PM
but the Shriners are supposed to be a higher level than masons are and if that is the case some of them have to be involved in this stuff, provided
that any masons are that is.
funny that you mention this,
the local Shriner hall is across from an old abandoned airforce base just by chance. which now is converted partly to a large city park. A few times a
year the 'nice' shriners have their circus tent up for their charity show. For the most part this is a very discrete operation, not much going
the hall is quite large actually and it has a hugh parking lot. I have never seen that many vehicles there or many people coming or going. Maybe in
the past it was a lot more busy place, but I have been in this neighbourhood more than 15 years now and it has always been like that.
makes you wonder how they pay the bills there? what about taxes, utilities and upkeep?
they also keep a fleet of brand new and spiffed up vans and small buses for various purposes.
the hall pretty much blends into the neighbourhood, I guess that is how they like it.
in fact if you drove by you might think it was a legion hall or something like that.