Clubs



  • Chippewa Falls Shrine Club
  • Fond Du Lac Shrine Club
  • Kenosha Shrine Club
  • Lake Shore Shrine Club
  • Northwoods Shrine Club
  • Norwaukee Shrine Club
  • Sheboygan Shrine Club
  • Tri-County Shrine Club
  • Waukesha Shrine Club
  • West Allis Shrine Club
  • Whitnall Park Shrine Club
  • Winnebagoland Shrine Club

The Chippewa Shrine Club was organized and chartered in 1946.
President: Jon O’Connell
Phone Number: 715-726-1345

Whitnall Park Shrine Club Members

The Fond du Lac Shrine Club was founded in 1921.
President: LeRoy Kifer
Phone Number: 920-922-6012

Kenosha Shrine Club – One of the liveliest Shrine Clubs in Wisconsin, Kenosha Shrine Club was chartered in 1944.
President: Thomas Hamilton
Phone Number:262-764-0805

Lake Shore Shrine Club was organized in 1960.
President: Warren Kramer
Phone Number: 414-248-3346

The club was chartered in November of 1940 as Rhinelander Shrine Club. At a later date, because of the great interest shown by Nobles in surrounding areas, the name of the club was changed to Northwoods Shrine Club.
President: Richard Smith Phone Number: 715-686-7686

Norwaukee Shrine Club was organized in 1966 and received it charter on June 28, 1966. Norm Muellner was elected as the club’s first president.
President: Tom Schlicht
Phone Number: 414-852-3214

The Sheboygan County Shrine Club was organized in June of 1934.
President: Ron Gustafson
Phone Number: 920-627-4107

Tri-County Shrine Club was organized in 1958 in Burlington, Wisconsin.
President: John Noble
Phone Number: 262-210-8454

The Waukesha Shrine Club was organized in 1945.
President: John Marotta
Phone Number: 262-844-5291

The West Allis Shrine Club was organized in 1959.
President: Frank Foti
Phone Number: 414-940-5632

The Whitnall Park Shrine Club was organized in 1971, and is open to all current or new Shriners in good standing. Meetings are held at Alioto’s (3041 N Mayfair Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53222), on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 12PM *Dark July and August*. Lunches are open to members wives and widows, and is a great time if you are looking for friendly fellowship. Our dues for this group are $20.00 annually. Activities include monthly lunches with guest speakers, a picnic, annual installation/holiday party, bell ringing, and onion sales.
2018 - Officers
President: Dave Schaber – (414) 313-5782
Vice President: Doug Jaskolski – (414) 380-3684
Secretary: Myron Tubbs – (414) 218-1111
Regional Ambassador /Treasurer/Sick and Visitation: Jerry Stein – (262) 441-0079

Whitnall Park Shrine Club Social Events
Whitnall Park Shrine Club Get together
Whitnall Park Shrine Club Members

It all began when a group of dedicated Nobles in the Winnebagoland area met in August 1920 for the purpose of organizing the Winnebagoland Shrine Club. One of the many advantages is that the Nobles were able to meet at a site near their homes and enjoy the fellowship. The Club’s goals are to promote Freemasonry, good fellowship, exchange ideas, and to support the Shriners Hospitals for Children. Nobles in this area are encouraged to become an active member of this outstanding Winnebagoland Shrine Club. President: Bill Hesser – 920-379-9886