140 year of Shriners

140 year of Shriners

Monday, April 17, 2017

Are you in Shape to Walk or Run for Shriners Hospitals?

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Harley Ride for Shriners Hospital

Seeking Shriner support:
9th Annual Sam Swope Memorial
Charity Ride
Rev up your engines for the 9th Annual Sam Swope Memorial Charity Ride on March 12 - one of the Orlando area's most exciting charity events on two wheels. Join the group of dedicated motorcyclists who take to the road for a scenic 50-mile route from Volusia Top Gun at2900 Bellevue Ave. in Daytona Beach to the Seminole Harley-Davidson Dealership in Sanford. This event has raised nearly $2 million for Shriners Hospitals for Children - Tampa! Nobles are needed at the Seminole Harley-Davidson Dealership to welcome riders and supporters. Please contact Jessica Hill atjehill@shrinenet.org or 813-972-2250 x7613 to sign up. We hope to see you there!

SHC College Classic

Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic 

The Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic returns to Minute Maid Park in Houston, March 3-5, 2017. The invite only tournament features a Big 12 Conference versus Southeastern Conference format as Baylor, TCU and Texas Tech compete against LSU, Ole Miss and Texas A&M. Want to purchase tickets?Click here to secure your seats!

In preparation for the game, TCU Baseball invited Chicago Shriners Hospital patient Strother Norman for a one-of-a-kind experience. Since 2012, Strother has received specialized treatment at Shriners Hospitals for Children® - Chicago for a spinal cord injury.Click here to watch the video from Strother's visit, and see the impact he made on the TCU Horned Frogs.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Boots and Brewster: The Burn Awareness Pair

Burn Awareness book from Hq. and Video is on You Tube.com

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Shriners Hospitals for Children Kicks Off Burn Awareness Week

Feb. 5-11, 2017, is Burn Awareness Week. During this time, Shriners Hospitals for Children® will begin its annual burn awareness and prevention campaign. This year’s effort will once again use the theme “Be Burn Aware,” and focus on preventing burn injuries in the home, because the vast majority of preventable burn injuries continue to occur in residences. Homes are the sites of thousands of burn injuries to children every year, including scalds, fire-related injuries, and even electrical burns. Many of these incidents could have been easily prevented by following and implementing some basic safety tips.
Burn Awareness Week is Shriners Hospitals for Children’s kickoff of a yearlong educational campaign aimed at burn awareness and prevention that includes offering free educational materials via the website, beburnaware.org. The items are designed to be a resource for firefighters, teachers, parents and others concerned with the safety and well-being of children.
“Shriners Hospitals for Children is committed to providing burn awareness education year-round to help prevent burn injuries,” said Kenneth Guidera, M.D., chief medical officer of Shriners Hospitals for Children.
“Our ‘Be Burn Aware’ campaign this year will again be focused on teaching children and families ways they can avoid burn injuries. Shriners Hospitals for Children is aware that many of these pediatric burn injuries are preventable, and hopes to reduce their occurrences through education.”
The campaign features two child-friendly characters, Boots and Brewster – a caped, cuddly bear and a googly-eyed teapot – who are featured in activity books for children ages 3-7 and 8-12. The duo leads children through the various rooms of a house, pointing out dangers, and how to easily correct or avoid them. The coloring pages, word searches, cartoons and other activities are designed to grab children’s attention and present the information in a memorable, age-appropriate manner. The campaign also includes various tip sheets and materials.
Shriners Hospitals has also created an animated video featuring the clever pair, Boots and Brewster, which kids are sure to love. In the new video, available on our website, Boots and Brewster take viewers on a fun and educational adventure to help them become more burn aware. Actor Joe Minoso, star of NBC’s hit show Chicago Fire, is the national spokesperson for the Be Burn Aware campaign.
“Don’t let a careless action ruin your time with family and friends. Be Burn Aware,” said David Greenhalgh, M.D., chief of burns at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Northern California. “Our burn team is devoted to helping children with devastating burn injuries survive and thrive, and we are equally devoted to teaching parents, children and the community how to prevent burn injuries. When it comes to burn injuries, prevention is the best medicine.”
Shriners Hospitals for Children encourages everyone concerned with keeping children safe to visit beburnaware.org for important burn prevention tips and information on how to order the free materials.
About Shriners Hospitals for Children 
Shriners Hospitals for Children is changing lives every day through innovative pediatric specialty care, world-class research and outstanding medical education. Our 22 locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico provide advanced care for children with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate. Shriners Hospitals for Children is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and relies on the generosity of donors. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Paso Robles Masons- New library Books

Mason donation facilitates new library books 

Nearly 400 new books purchased
–Thanks to a $2,500 donation provided by the Thaddeus Sherman Masonic Lodge #196 and Bethlehem Estero Pines chapter number 95, Order of Eastern Star, nearly 400 books in English and Spanish were purchased by the Paso Robles City Library in support of the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District’s Battle of the Books program. The donation was made to the Paso Robles Friends of the Library during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Library on Thursday, Sept. 1.
Representatives of the Thaddeus Sherman Masonic Lodge #196 and the Bethlehem Estero Pines chapter number 95, Order of Eastern Star presented a ceremonial check to Friends of the Library Vice-President, Anne Bell. Masons representatives included Tom Irwin, Connie Jarvis, Runo Lemming, Jerry Harbick, Will Strong, Rod Smiley, Jerry McKinnon, John Linder and Errol and Sharon Bennett.
Also in attendance were representatives from the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District including SuperintendentChris Williams, District Librarian Stephanie Lowe and many school librarians. Mayor Steve Martin, Library and Recreation Services Director Julie Dahlen and City Librarian Angelica Fortin represented the City of Paso Robles at the ceremony. Mayor Martin and Superintendent Williams opened the collection for circulation by cutting a ceremonial ribbon. The books are currently available for checkout at the Paso Robles City Library and Library Study Center.

According to City Librarian Angelica Fortin, “this generous gift to the youth of Paso Robles demonstrates our community’s commitment to literacy and life-long learning. Through this collection, we commit to supporting the great work of the school district by providing opportunities for the youngest members of our community to thrive.”
Battle of the Books is a national reading incentive program for students in third through eighth grades. Students read books and come together within their schools to demonstrate their abilities and to test their knowledge of the books they have read.
Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Superintendent Chris Williams joins Mayor Steve Martin at the Library during a ribbon-cutting ceremony to official open nearly 400 new Battle of the Books collection materials.
Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Superintendent Chris Williams joins Mayor Steve Martin at the Library during a ribbon-cutting ceremony to official open nearly 400 new Battle of the Books collection materials.
City Library Receives Donation from Masons and Presents New Battle of the Books Titles The Paso Robles City Library is located at 1000 Spring Street and is open Monday – Friday 10-8, and Saturday 10-5. For more information on library programs and events, call (805) 237-3870 or visit www.prcity.com/library.