That mystery disappeared approximately five years ago as we began witnessing and benefiting from the enormous good work and community involvement demonstrated consistently by the Logan Shrine club.
According to Jim Kirkendoll, the oldest living past president of the Logan Shrine Club, the organization has been able to do more for our community over the previous five years then it did over the previous past five decades.
These increased community based programs and events have occurred through the doubling of the Logan Shriner membership. Obtaining their own renovated facility located in downtown Logan for members to meet and socialize as well as get together and work on projects and plan activities.
This new home — located next to the Logan Banner — also gives the public the opportunity to stop in and find out what Shriners are all about. Because of these great strides the Logan Shrine Club has made people from one end of the county to the other know of the group and what it has done to help our community and especially those children in need.
Logan Shriners are a Community Jewel and have been successful thanks to the hard, hard work of its membership and the exceptional leadership of their president, Larry Chafin, over the past five years.
We are indeed lucky to have such good, unselfish neighbors working tirelessly for our sick and dependent children and our overall community.
We salute The Logan Shriners for all they have done — and continue to do — for us all.