West Hills Caravan 25
Our purpose is to promote, maintain, and perpetuate the high ideals and traditions of Shriners International.
West Hills Caravan No. 25 was founded in 1983 when ILL. Sir Jack Weaver was Potentate.
The Caravan is a voluntary unincorporated association formed for social purposes, promotion of good fellowship among Shriners, and for furthering the interests of our fraternity in the geographical area we serve.
The Caravan is composed of active and honorary members.
The Caravan is organized around social activities, fellowship, and philanthropy of its members. Examples of our social activities and fellowship are our annual family picnic, dinners/banquets, Christmas party, fundraisers, (i.e., annual raffle and paper drive), and our quarterly meetings.
Our ladies are a big part of all our activities and events, including dinner before our quarterly meetings.
The Caravan makes annual contributions to the Shriners Hospital for Children in Erie, or the Syria Shrine Transportation Fund, and the Pittsburgh Shrine Center.
What we’re all here for is to associate with like-minded Nobles while having fun and supporting the Shriners Hospital and the Pittsburgh Shrine Center. We do this by working together to raise funds and share in the enjoyment of all the kids we help. Together we “Make a Difference”. We make a difference in kids’ lives, and that’s a GOOD THING! And doing for the kids makes a difference in our own lives, and that’s also a GOOD THING!
That’s why we’re here. That’s why we’re Shriners. So, if you take some time to think about it, you should be proud of yourself and the vital work you’re doing.
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