Naja Shrine is comprised of four Shrine Clubs:

Rapid City Shrine Club

Meets: 4th Saturday of every month, except  July and August

The Rapid City Shrine Club is governed by the President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

The Club’s annual functions include the President’s Party, Summer Picnic, and of course the Christmas Party.

The Club also plays a major role in the annual Rapid City Shrine Circus held at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center and takes an active part in all of Naja Shrine events.

For further information regarding the Rapid City Shrine Club and/or becoming a member, please call any member.

Chris Buckius, President
12041 Dakota Pine Rd, Custer, SD  57730
Lowlyn Stratton, Secretary
14 Wyoming St
Rapid City, SD 57701

Northern Hills Shrine Club

Meets: 2nd Saturday of the month, except July or August

The Northern Hills Shrine Club is small in membership but high in “esperit de corps.” With no designated building for activities, the group holds regular dinner meetings comprised of Nobles and ladies to facilitate membership in the Belle Fourche, Newell, Lead, Deadwood, Spearfish and Sturgis areas.

The club raises money to send local nurses to the Shrine’s Galveston Burn Center for a week of training. The club is encourage by the recipient’s enthusiasm for the Shrine miracles that witnessed while in training.

Clyde Smith PP, President
11068 Hwy 34, Belle
Sturgis, SD  57785
Eugene Kinney
1815 Park Ave
Sturgis, SD 57785

Southern Hills Shrine Club

Meets: 2nd Thursday of the month, November – May

The Southern Hills Shrine Club is composed of Shriners who live in the Southern Hills area. The club meets monthly in Pringle at the Hitch Rail.

The Southern Hills Shrine Club manages, purchases, and sells novelties at the annual Rapid City Shrine Circus, which nets $8,000 to $10,000 for the Naja Shrine each year. In recent years, the Southern Hills Club has also helped Nobles in the Northern Hills with novelty sales for the Northern Hills Circus in Deadwood.

The club also supports youth soccer programs with an annual golf tournament in the Southern Hills, to provide uniforms for teams in Hot Springs, Custer, and Hill City.

Roger Horton, President
PO Box 629
Edgemont, SD  57735
Chris Buckius, Secretary
12041 Dakota Pine Rd, Custer, SD  57730

Four Rivers Shrine Club

Meets: At the call of the President

The Four Rivers Shrine Club is located in West-Central South Dakota and consists of members from the White, Bad, Cheyenne and the Missouri River areas. The club was organized in 1974.

The group host several club activities during the year, starting with the President’s Ball in February or March. The Foster Bay camp out and fish fry is held on the third weekend in June each year, followed by a family picnic in late summer, a pot luck supper and card party in November, and a Christmas visitation with caroling and gifts to local nursing homes in Philip, Wall, Martin and Kadoka in December.

The club has three parade units, the Four River paddlers, the Johnny Poppers and the Old McDonalds Brigade.

Jody Sawwell, President
23000 Lake Hill Rd
Quinn, SD 57775
Jerald Cook, Secretary
23610 Grindstone Road
Quinn, SD  57775