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About Us


Shriners Believe in Brotherhood...  Shriners are a brotherhood of men committed to family, engaged in ongoing personal growth, and dedicated to providing care for children and families in need. Our backgrounds and interests are diverse, but we are bound together by our shared values and a desire to have fun, do good and build relationships that can last a lifetime.  To be a Shriner you have to be a Master Mason First.  Learn more about our organization below:


A Shriner is a man who professes a faith in God.  As a man of faith, he uses the tools of moral and Ethical truths to serve mankind.  A Shriner binds himself to like-minded men in a Brotherhood that transcends all religious, ethical, social, cultural, and educational differences.  In fellowship, with his brothers, a Shriner finds ways in which to serve his God, his family, his fellow man, and his country.  A Shriner is dedicated.   He recognizes his responsibility for justice, truth, charity, enlightenment, freedom and liberty, honesty and integrity in all aspects of human endeavor. A Shriner is such a man!!

Ben Hur Shriners Fez


Ben Hur Shriners is a part of, a fraternity that was founded in 1870. We are a fraternity of men dedicated to brotherhood, fun, and philanthropic activities.
One of the most iconic symbols of our fraternity is the fez. Worn by members of Ben Hue Shriners, the fez is a red felt hat that is adorned with a black tassel and scimitar logo.  It was chosen as our symbol by our founder. The fez is a symbol of our commitment to our international brotherhood and philanthropy.  It stands out in a crowd and has become a well known symbol that represents a true Shriner.


  • The scimitar stands for the backbone of the fraternity, its members.

  • The two claws are for the Shriners fraternity and its philanthropy.

  • The sphinx stands for the governing body of the Shriners.

  • The five-pointed star represents the thousands of children helped by the philanthropy each year.

  • The emblem also bears the phrase “Robur et Furor,” which means “Strength and Fury.”

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