Tuesday, 18 December 2018 at 7:30pm will be the stated meeting, and election of the 2019 officers for Kena Shriners. NOTE this is a change of date from usual. Dinner will be at 6:30pm, please RSVP to dinner@kena.org

Christmas tree sales will NOT take place this year because of our move from Fairfax to Manassas, we are looking at selling Christmas trees in 2019.


Kena Shriners new address is: 9500 Technology Drive Manassas, VA. 20110 Map: https://goo.gl/5vVEbR

Stated meetings have been changed: TBA (To Be Announced)

For 67 years, Kena has been located in the County of Fairfax, In January 2018 Kena purchased property on Technology Dr. in the City of Manassas, and moved May 16, 2018

During renovations, Kena meetings will be held in a temporary location yet to be determined, be sure to find out where.

Kena Hillbillys History

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The Kena Hillbilly Unit was formed in 1980 with a membership of seven. It is still one of the youngest and most active units in the Temple with a current membership of 61. In their short history the Hillbillys have furnished two Potentates to the Temple with a third Hillbilly currently in line. Hillbilly Potentates were, Ill. Donald G. Moore, 1995 and Ill. Jerry G. Oliver, 1997.

The Hillbilly unit is a Parade unit and rides in one of their truly “Antique” vehicles. Old “Cuss”, a 1928 Chevy truck is a crowd pleaser and has won many awards for parade participation over the years. Another milestone for the unit was the formation of the “C” Flat Band. The “C” Flat Band participates with the unit in parades and is a crowd favorite. They also help with many unit and Clan events and have helped raise funds for the Philadelphia Hospital and the Temple Transportation Fund.

The Kena Hillbilly’s are known for their friendly hospitality and down home atmosphere. The Hillbilly Ladies are an intrical and important part of the unit and participate in meeting and all events. They are Gold Book contributors to the Shrine Hospitals and have several craft projects to raise funds for our “Children”.

The units main fund raiser is a country and western dance that is not only a lot of fun, but, is one of the most popular Temple events. In good times and bad, the Hillbilly unit has continued to grow. We know what it means to have fun, we know what the true meaning of being a Shriner is all about, and we know what it means to be Masons. For those reasons we continue to attract new members looking for a family unit and looking to Have Fun!

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