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5 hours ago

Beja Shriners

Unfortunately, the current health situation has forced Beja Shriners to cancel this year's Vidalia Onion fundraiser. I want to thank all who ordered onions. We will do this again next year. Thank you for your continued support. ... See MoreSee Less

Unfortunately, the current health situation has forced Beja Shriners to cancel this years Vidalia Onion fundraiser. I want to thank all who ordered onions. We will do this again next year. Thank you for your continued support.

6 hours ago

Beja Shriners

During this stressful and uncertain time, we want to provide you with a bright spot of positivity. In honor of Limb Loss Awareness Month, today’s #SHCBrightSpot is Avery’s remarkable story of overcoming a tragic accident to become an inspiring young athlete.

Two-and-a-half-year-old Avery was your average rambunctious toddler. He loved to run around outside, kicking his soccer ball and playing catch. Then, one day, Avery was involved in a terrifying lawn mower accident that resulted in the loss of his left leg.

After his amputation, Avery’s parents knew they wanted the best care for their son. They had gone to several doctors searching for answers on what to do next, but just couldn’t find the right fit. It wasn’t until a close friend referred Avery and his family to Shriners Hospitals for Children® that they found their home.

Avery received revision surgery on his leg and became a patient in the Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, or POPS, program. He formed a special bond with his prosthetist, Darren, who was also in a lawn mower accident as a child. Now eight years old, Avery is able to play the sports he loves including soccer, baseball, and basketball, all because of the care he received.
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During this stressful and uncertain time, we want to provide you with a bright spot of positivity. In honor of Limb Loss Awareness Month, today’s #SHCBrightSpot is Avery’s remarkable story of overcoming a tragic accident to become an inspiring young athlete.
 
Two-and-a-half-year-old Avery was your average rambunctious toddler. He loved to run around outside, kicking his soccer ball and playing catch. Then, one day, Avery was involved in a terrifying lawn mower accident that resulted in the loss of his left leg.
 
After his amputation, Avery’s parents knew they wanted the best care for their son. They had gone to several doctors searching for answers on what to do next, but just couldn’t find the right fit. It wasn’t until a close friend referred Avery and his family to Shriners Hospitals for Children® that they found their home.

Avery received revision surgery on his leg and became a patient in the Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, or POPS, program. He formed a special bond with his prosthetist, Darren, who was also in a lawn mower accident as a child. Now eight years old, Avery is able to play the sports he loves including soccer, baseball, and basketball, all because of the care he received.Image attachment

7 hours ago

Beja Shriners

Sad news from Daughters of the Nile!

“Earlier today, Supreme Recorder Eleanor Green announced the passing of Supreme Queen Dale Obernolte. She passed away this morning, on her 75th birthday. She has been ill recently and in the hospital, but it’s important to note that she was not suffering from the COVID-19 virus. The family is requesting privacy at this time. Due to the virus lock-down, a memorial services will be held at later time.”

Nobles of Beja, please keep her husband IS Obernolte in your prayers. He’s a Past Potentate of Tehran Shriners. Let us also pray for Supreme Queen Dale Obernolte as she lays down her earthly toils and goes to that House Not Made With Hands.
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1 day ago

Beja Shriners

You've seen the statue outside of our hospitals - did you know it's based on a news photograph taken 50 years ago this June? Be a part of the celebration by sending in your photos of the statue by May 1 and share what it means to you. More info here:https://bit.ly/2V7eSPO ... See MoreSee Less

Youve seen the statue outside of our hospitals - did you know its based on a news photograph taken 50 years ago this June? Be a part of the celebration by sending in your photos of the statue by May 1 and share what it means to you. More info here:https://bit.ly/2V7eSPO

2 days ago

Beja Shriners

With many states under stay at home orders due to the COVID-19 health crisis, many workers are making the transition to working at home. While it can be a tough transition, here are a few tips to help keep you more productive and connected. #InThisTogether ... See MoreSee Less

With many states under stay at home orders due to the COVID-19 health crisis, many workers are making the transition to working at home. While it can be a tough transition, here are a few tips to help keep you more productive and connected. #InThisTogether

4 days ago

Beja Shriners

Here are some updated pictures of the new SHC-Twin Cities building in Woodbury. As you can see the whole building is glassed in and they are starting to backfill.
Construction continues even though the parking lot is empty, it was after hours for the working crews.
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Here are some updated pictures of the new SHC-Twin Cities building in Woodbury. As you can see the whole building is glassed in and they are starting to backfill. 
Construction continues even though the parking lot is empty, it was after hours for the working crews.Image attachmentImage attachment
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