Detailed Information
Services Provided

Once the child is admitted to a Shriners hospital, all care and treatment, including prostheses, is free of charge to the family. Transportation and lodging are provided to the child and to one parent to go to the Shriners Hospital for treatment. To support the program the Minot Shrine Club has sponsored the NW Shrine Circus for the past 45 years in Minot. So please support the Shrine Circus when it is town. The Minot Shrine Club is affiliated with the international Ancient order of the Shrine of North American chartered with Kem Shriners in Grand Forks on 09/04/46. In recent years the club has spent in the area of $30,000.00 per year treating children with orthopedic and burn problems, and treated 50 plus from the area.

Additional Info

2020 Minot Shrine Club Officers,President: Donald Thom Vice President: Robert Schwartz Secretary/Treasurer: Ron PenfoldSergeant-At-Arms: Antonio ManagadPast President: Jacob WindsorBoard Member: John YoungBoard Member: Brock WittikoBoard Member: Steve BelcherCircus Sales: Orren AndersonCircus Novelties: Robert Schwartz

Fees
To join the Minot Shrine Club you must be a paid member of a Shrine Temple. For more information email shriners@minot.com or call 838-7388
Eligibility
Must be a member of a Masonic Lodge, and in good standing.
Area Served
Minot area
Contact Information
Office Hours
Shrine club meets monthly
Contacts
President: Donald Thom or Secretary Ron Penfold
Street Address
2524 Burdick Expy E. Minot, ND 58701
Mailing Address
2524 Burdick Expy E Minot, ND 58701