Mansfield Shrine Club Announces Upcoming Events

Mansfield Shrine Club Announces Upcoming Events

  • 7/11/2017 9:59:18 PM
  • WMFD Digital Team
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MANSFIELD, OH - The Mansfield Shrine Club has announced several of its upcoming events to come in 2017, helping to provide families with the help they need to care for their children.

On July 15th, the Shriners will make an appearance at the Carrousel Touch-A-Truck Kids' Day Display.

September 21st, The 42nd Shriners Children's Special Needs Picnic will take place in Mansfield.

The biggest upcoming event, the 2017 Mansfield Shriners Golf Open, is scheduled to take place at the Westbrook Country Club. The Golf Open directly benefits the Al Koran Shriners Hospital Patient Transportation Fund and will feature door prizes, 50/50 drawings, and prizes for various activities.

The Shriners will also appear in several area parades throughout the coming months. Those include:

  • The Shiloh Fireman's Festival Parade on July 30th,
  • Mansfield Labor Day Parade on September 4th,
  • and the Butler Apple Festival Parade on October 14th.

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