About us

Our History

Johnson County Shrine Club began in 1971, as a small local group of  shriners. By 1973 we had formed into a local Club, or Unit under the auspices of The Indianapolis Murat Shrine Temple, and by 1977 had moved into our current clubhouse, the former Tanyika Inn.

Shriners International

When Shriners International was first founded in 1872, the organization built on the principles that guided Freemasonry, while adding an element of fun and, ultimately, philanthropy, that set Shriners International apart. The Indianapolis Murat Shrine is a Temple (Est. 1884) of The Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (A.A.O.N.M.S.), better known as Shriners International. Shrine came into being as an opportunity for Master Masons to meet in a more casual atmosphere. Today we are best known for our 22 Children’s Hospitals, Parade Units, and the Red Fez.

Johnson County Shrine Club
751 W. King Street
Franklin, Indiana 46131
Ph. 317-736-5850
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2019  Club Officers
Pres.  Gregg Cantwell
1st Vice.  Jim Carter
Board.  John Grein,  Randy Kellams

  Steve Brown & Don Borski

Sec.  Don Robinett
Tres.  John Smith

Murat Shrine
510 N. New Jersey St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Ph. 317-635-2433
2019   Murat Divan
Potentate, Scott Schuster
Chief Rabban , Mark Genung
Assistant Rabban, Tim Whitaker
JC Liaison,  Tim Whitaker
info @muratshrine.org