THE SUDAN CART CARAVAN & SUDAN MOTOR PATROL & LENOIR COUNTY SHRINETTES
Welcome to the Lenoir County Shrine Club web site.Once again we have been shut down on our Monthly Fish Fry. Hopefully inn a few weeks we can go back cooking for you. Please check back weekly for more updates and more information. Please remember to wear your Mask, wash your hands frequently and distance your self SIX Feet Apart. Also please remember to check on all elderly friends and make sure they are doing ok and don't need anything. Have a great week.
WE'RE BACK! Starting Friday Night April 2, 2021 our First Friday of The Month Fish Fry is back. Please come out and help us eat some of that Famous SHRINERS FISH! Doors open at 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM. So let everyone you know call all your family and come out and eat some fish. All you can eat $10.00. We look forward to seeing you there.
The Lenoir County Shrine Club would like to congratulate our 2021 Sudan Shriners Potentate Illustrious Sir. Coble Wilson, III and Lady Sheryl. Remember "WE ARE ONE IN 21". For more information on our Potentate and our Sudan Shriners please visit out website www.sudanshriners.com
Lenoir County Shrine Club President Jerry Eubanks presenting Noble Lynn Hill 2020 LCSC Shriner of the year.
South Lenoir High School Seniors Give Back To Lenoir County Shrine Club
COVID-19 changed the dynamic of graduation and end-of-year activities for local area high schools including prom. “The school was limited on what they could offer,” said South Lenoir High School senior mother Melissa Faulkner. “They did offer a sit-down meal at the country club.” The parents of South Lenoir High School seniors graduating this week knew that their children weren’t getting the full high school experience due to the COVID-19 pandemic that shelved many of the normal events that take place at the end of the year. With the help of the Lenoir County Shrine Club, the parents of South Lenoir were able to provide their graduating seniors, and others who attend South Lenoir, a prom. “I was just really thankful because for me I’ve never been to a prom my freshman, sophomore, or junior year,” said Madison Sasnett, a graduating senior at South Lenoir. “With COVID we weren’t allowed to have prom so the shrine club and the Shiners made it possible to have my very first and last prom for South Lenoir High School and I enjoyed every minute of it.” While the initial idea was to not charge for the events, the parents wanted to ensure they had the proper security and entertainment for the evening and charged a $10 fee to attend. They raised $500 at the door that was not used to cover the cost of the event which they then donated to the Lenoir County Shrine Club. “I think it's important to give back to the community that we live in, especially since they allowed us to hold such a special event for us,” said Lydia Walston, a graduating senior at South Lenoir. It was also important to the parents to teach their seniors the value of giving back. "We got together with other parents and took donations for the event,” said South Lenoir senior parent Michelle Sasnett. “Therefore, the amount we took in at the doors was what we wanted to donate to the Shriners.” The donation was given to Jerry Eubanks, the president of Lenoir County Shrine Club.
Noble Jerry Eubanks, President for the Lenoir County Shrine Club is shown accepting $200.00 from Mr. John Edwards for the Shriners Hospitals for Children.Mr. Edwards lives in Kinston and is a regular customer at the monthly Lenoir Shrine Club Friday Night Fish Fry.We thank him for his generosity with this donation!