Shrine Treasurers Association

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  • The Shrine Treasurers Association of North America is an Association of the Treasurers of the 191 Shrine Temples throughout North America.  The Shriners International is an International fraternity of approximately 425,000 members throughout the World.  The Shrine's official philanthropy is Shriners Hospitals for Children, a network of 22 hospitals that provide expert, no-cost orthopedic and burn care to children under the age of 18.  We invite you to explore our Web site to find out more about these three special organizations.

Current News

◊   The 2014 Annual Meeting was held July 6 in Minneapolis MN.

Robert 'the Bob' Bulman as President of our Association conducted the meeting including announcing the vacancy of the 2nd Vice President as Jimmie Goodman resigned his position as an officer for personal reasons. The 3rd VP John Hudson and 4th VP Nick Baldi moved up one position. Resumes were reviewed by the Executive Committee which recommended Anthony (AJ) Bovio to fill the vacancy of the 4th VP for the remainder of the year. Election of all officers will held as usual at our next Mid-Winter Meeting scheduled for March 29, 2015 in Tampa FL.

Several of the Imperial Officers were able to visit us at our meeting. Presentations were made by Imperial Treasurer Jim McConnell and Legal Council Alex Rodgers. Interesting and informative discussions were shared among the attendees.


◊   Our Mid Winter Meeting will be held March 28 - 30 2015 in Tampa FL

 More details will be available later this year and the agenda will be posted on our WEB page.

Our Mission

  • To provide publications and newsletters that will provide Shrine Temples with a source of valuable information

  • To provide a Midwinter meeting for training, legislation, and exchange of ideas which will assist Temples in solving their financial and accounting problems.

Vision Statement

  • Assist all Temple Treasurers to perform their elected task as Chief Financial Officers of their respective Temples.

  • To employ the latest acceptable financial and accounting principles at all Shrine Temples in order to maximize Temple operating and financial performance.

  • To enhance the individual Temple Treasurers position so that it will attract the most qualified Nobles within our organization.

  • Develop and make recommendations that will further safeguard our Temples from financial and operating risks.