Welcome to the Kora Ladies page!
Please look around, and explore below. Also, feel free to click on the button below to sign up for the Kora Ladies Konnection emails!
First Lady Karen Tanguay’s Project
The First Lady’s Project in 2021 is to replace the banquet chairs in the Kora Shrine Temple dinning hall with a big picture goal of replacing the chairs in the ceremonial hall as well. Fundraising efforts will be through 50/50 raffles and online donations throughout the year.
Make a donation and learn more about the fundraisers here!***Proceeds are for the benefit of KORA Shriners. Payments are not deductible as charitable contributions.***
Rising Stars – Imperial First Lady Alice Smith’s program
First Lady Alice Smith’s program is called “Rising Stars”. She believes that giving our patients every possible advantage and opportunity to achieve helps them to become Rising Stars, and she is dedicated to strengthening their incredible spirits and abilities, helping them to have full, satisfying and productive lives.
Donors to the “Rising Stars” program receives one of the gifts below for every $40 donation.
The appropriate value of goods/services received is $15 for regular tie, $17 for long tie, $11.25 for bead, $12 for pre-tied bowtie, $15 for self-tied bowtie, and $7 for star necklace. This amount IS NOT tax deductible.
First Lady Karen and Potentate Brent Tanguay
Lady Debbie and Chief Rabban Robbie McKinley
Lady Debbie and Assistant Rabban Jim Bennett
Lady Michelle and High Priest and Prophet Paul Gardner
Lady Sue and Oriental Guide Mike Zubiate
Lady Bobby and Treasurer Barry Gates
Lady Becky and Recorder John Knox
Lady Deb and 2nd Ceremonial Master Barry Irish
Lady Renee and Marshal Ryan Sherman
Lady Pam and Captain of the Guard Frank Welch
Lady Cassidy and Outer Guard Ben Weisner
Lady Crystal and Chaplain James Thibodeau
Find the Kora Sands here!
Find the latest Ladies Konnection emails here:
Daughters of the Nile is an international fraternal organization for women 18 years or older, who are related by birth or marriage to a Shriner, Master Mason, or Daughter of the Nile, or is a majority member in Good Standing of a Masonic-related organization for girls; or who was a patient, with or without Shrine or Masonic relationship, at a Shriners Hospital for Children®. Founded in Seattle, Washington in 1913, Daughters of the Nile members total 25,000 in 136 cities throughout the United States and Canada. The members are proud of their long association with Shriners International and their continuing support of Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
Become Part of the Shriners Village Community!
Shriners Village is the Web-based community created exclusively for the Shriners family. Fraternity members and their ladies can visit shrinersvillage.com to find information about Shriners Hospitals for Children®, fraternal programs, membership, temples, Shrine-related events and more.
Some of the items created especially for ladies include:
• A video presentation, “Lady of a Shriner”
• First Lady’s section
• Camp information and photos
• Info sheets and Ladies Toolkit (includes Ladies Handbook)
• Photo Gallery
The website contains useful fraternity documents that nobles and ladies can download, including the Fez Owner’s Manual, Membership Toolkit, Shriner Primer and Shrine Protocol. Shriners Village also has an events section with information on temple fundraisers and other activities. Any registered user can post an event on the calendar.
Becoming part of Shriners Village is easy: Go to the Shriners Village login page at shrinersvillage.com
• Click register now
• Enter requested noble information (info can be found on his Shrine Membership Card)
• Select lady and verify your name
And you’re all set!
If you have any questions, please use the online “get help” link on the ShrinersVillage log-in page.