Clubs & Units

Oasis Shriners Clubs

Our Clubs play an important part within the Shrine Organization.
Since Oasis covers such a large jurisdiction of North Carolina, smaller geographical Clubs are organized for fellowship purposes.

Because Shriners Are Men Who Enjoy Life, Having Fun Is A Large Part Of Being A Shriner!

  • Appalachian Shrine Club
  • Ashe Shrine Club
  • Avery County Club
  • Blue Ridge Shrine Club
  • Brushy Mountain Shrine Club
  • Cabarrus Shrine Club
  • Camping Shrine Club
  • Catawba County Shrine Club
  • Cherryville Shrine Club
  • Crowders Mountain Shrine Club
  • East Burke Shrine Club
  • Elkin-Jonesville Shrine Club
  • Moore County Shrine Club
  • Mountaineer Shrine Club
  • Mt. Mitchell Shrine Club
  • New River Shrine Club
  • Past Captains
  • Piedmont Shrine Club
  • Randolph Shrine Club
  • Red Fez Shrine Club
  • Robbinsville Shrine Club
  • Rockingham County Shrine Club
  • Rowan Shrine Club
  • Sandhills Shrine Club
  • Shriners on Bikes
  • Smoky Mountain Shrine Club
  • Stanly County Shrine Club
  • Statesville Shrine Club
  • Surry Shrine Club
  • Thermal Belt Shrine Club
  • Tri County Shrine Club
  • Union County Shrine Club
  • Western NC Shrine Club
  • White Plains Shrine Club
  • Winston Salem Shrine Club
  • Young Shriners Club

Oasis Shriners Units

Our Units are smaller groups within a Shrine Organization which are organized for a specific purpose. Many of these are uniformed units which are so familiar to parade watchers: Bands, Marching, and Motorized Units to name a few.
Oasis Band
Big Rigs
Clowns
Desert Rangers
Directors Staff
Drum & Bugle Corps
Dune Cats
Gator Patrol
Gospel Aires
Hillbilly Parade
Greeters
Highlanders
Hospital Tripsters
Keystone Kops
Mountain Buggies
Nacarts
Oasis 500's
Oasis Oldies
Oriental Band
Past Masters
Oasis Patrol
Potentate Guard
Piedmont Pistons
Ragtops
Provost Guard
Ritualistic Cast
Roadrunners
Sand T's
Scooter Patrol
Steel Drum Band
Surry Mini Truckers
Oasis Wagoneers

Clubs & Units FAQ

What are Clubs and Units
The primary difference between clubs and units is that units typically have specialized roles in functions in parades, although clubs often have floats in parades as well. Units' officers have a military-like structure (captain, lieutenants, sergeants, etc.) while clubs have a president, vice presidents, and a board of directors. Both clubs and units have regular meetings, enjoy social events, participate in fundraisers throughout the year for our Shriners Hospitals for Children, and support their local communities throughout Oasis.
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