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Archive for February 16th, 2010

It’s roots have an Arabic theme and come from founders Billy Florence (an actor) and Walter Fleming (a physician).  This symbol is part of a fraternity and wearing the red with black tassel is one of the most distinctive.  It derives its name from first being manufactured in the city of Fez, Morocco.

I’m talking about the Shriners Fez!

The Shriners usually gather monthly with some type of activity, but more importantly, the various local clubs serve as an extension of the entire Shrine in their respective communities. They reach out to the civic groups, chamber of commerce, local schools and other services to share messages and their mission. The Shrine Clubs serve a vital role in community Child Care programs, whereby they raise monies for the Shriners Hospitals for Children, through many donation efforts and Hospital Fund Drives.

And now you can wear your “Robur et Furor” (Strength and Fury) emblem while riding on a Harley-Davidson limited-production 2010 FLHTCUTG Tri-Glide Ultra Classic motorcycle – the Shrine Tri Glide.  The “Shrine Glide” is offered for members in Arctic White with Red & Gold pinstripes or for Jester members in Concord Purple with Violet & Burgundy pinstripes.  The ordering window is open now until Friday, March 5, 2010 through any H-D dealer.  Since this is a limited quantity, the order window could be closed sooner if the production is sold out.

Imagine the looks you’ll garner from children at the hospital riding in on that Concord Purple model!

Photo courtesy of H-D.

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