El Maida Shrine is located at 6331 Alabama Street in El Paso, Texas and can be reached by phone at 915-562-1444.
"Welcome to the EL Maida Shriners! The Shriners are best known for their colorful parades, distinctive red fezes and national philanthropy designed to help children in need. Shriners International describes itself as a fraternity based on fun, fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth. Throughout North America there are over 190 Shrine Temples, or charters. Whether you are a member or just enjoy our parades or circuses from afar, we welcome you to our site." http://elmaida.com/
El Maida Shrine
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