Shrine Bowl Board of Governors 2017
 
     

Stacey Pugh, Potentate

1270 Windbrooke Dr.

Grimesland, NC  27837

stacey@pughstireservice.com

Edwin "Teeny" Jones, Chief Rabban

1709 Chamberlain Dr.

Wilson, NC  27896

teeny.jones@eagletransportcorp.com

George L. Raecher, Recorder
403 East Front St.
New Bern, NC 28560

sudanrecorder11@bellsouth.net

 

Allen "Buddy" Brown, Jr. (5th VP)

108 Chelsea Lane

Dunn, NC  28334

brown.buddy@yahoo.com

 

Jeff Taylor (Secretary)

P. O. Box 182

Roseboro, NC  28382

jeco2A@intrstar.net

     

Tony Edwards (At Large)
10487 Brown Marsh Rd.
Clarkton, NC  28433
tonydedwards@gmail.com

Steven Bembridge (At Large)

P. O. Box 66

Hertford, NC  27944

bembridgeinsurance@hotmail.com

Oscar Pace (At Large)

564 Crystal Spring Dr.

Sanford, NC  27332

 

 

Conrad Benton (Emeritus - At Large)
1079 Wandering Way

Leland, NC  28451

Mike Gore (Emeritus - At Large)

1441 Lanvale Rd.

Leland, NC 28451

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
About the Shrine Bowl
 
 

 

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas was first played on December 4, 1937 in Charlotte, N.C., making it the oldest high school football all-star game in the nation.  The annual game featuring many of the top high school players from North and South Carolina is played to benefit the Greenville (South Carolina) Unit Shriners Hospital for Children © and the 21 other Shriners Hospitals for Children © across the nation.

Having always been played on the third weekend in December, the game culminates the year’s fund-raising efforts of the five shrine temples involved in operating the game.

The Shrine Bowl began in 1937 based on the model of the East-West Shrine Game that was played in San Francisco, but the game took on a new slant in the Carolinas.  Instead of being a college all-star game, it would become the nation’s first high school football all-star game.

The inaugural game in 1937, under the leadership of former Charlotte Fire Chief Hendrix Palmer attracted 5,500 spectators, many of whom paid one dollar to attend and raised $2,500 for the hospital.  Since 2013, game receipts and temple contributions have raised over 1.7 million dollars.

Since the first game, over $75 million dollars have been raised for Shriners Hospitals.

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas and the five sponsoring Shrine Centers have always led the Shriners International in contributions to the Shriners Hospitals for Children ©, and the game has been replicated or adapted by every Shrine Center in the country that promotes an athletic event.

Our Mission

Shriners Hospitals for Children has a mission to:

  • Provide the highest quality care to children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs within a compassionate, family-centered and collaborative care environment.

  • Provide for the education of physicians and other healthcare professionals.

  • Conduct research to discover new knowledge that improves the quality of care and quality of life of children and families.

This mission is carried out without regard to race, color, creed, sex or sect, disability, national origin or ability of a patient or family to pay.

Our Vision

Shriners Hospitals for Children will be the unquestioned leader, nationally and internationally, in caring for children and advancing the field in its specialty areas.

If you know of a child Shriners Hospitals might be able to help, please call our toll-free patient referral line: In the U.S.: 1-800-237-5055, in Canada: 1-800-361-7256, or visit the Refer a Patient page at www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org.

 

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• New Years Day • Good Friday• Independence Day • Memorial Day
• Labor Day • Thanksgiving and Friday after• Christmas and one other day
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