FUN. FELLOWSHIP. PHILANTHROPY.
Fun is our cornerstone and philanthropy is our keystone to fellowship. Brotherhood, family, compassion and service to others are in our foundation.
Shriners are known for our compassion for others and for being active participants in local communities.
Since 1952, Kena Shriners has been located in Northern Virginia. In the beginning, meetings were held at the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria. In 1964, the temple moved to Fairfax City and in January 2018, Kena Shriners purchased our current home which is located at 9500 Technology Dr. in the city of Manassas, Virginia in Prince William County.
Kena Shriners holds their meetings on the third Wednesday of each month with the exception of July and August. A dinner is held at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting following at 7:30 p.m. We are active members of the Mid-Atlantic Shrine Association.
Illustrious Anthony "TJ" La Cava
Membership in a well-known fraternal organization recognized for its social and philanthropic activities.
Opportunities to develop lasting relationships with like-minded men from all over the world.
Engaging in social activities and events that are available for the entire family.
Participation in many special interest groups with Shriners that allow like-minded men to enjoy a little high-spirited fun and fellowship.
Having the privilege of supporting the "world’s greatest philanthropy” — Shriners Children's.
WE ARE MEN SHARING OUR BEST LIVES.
Shriners International is the Shriners' fraternal organization. Founded in 1872, our fraternity is based on fun, fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth. With nearly 200 temples (chapters) in 40 countries, and thousands of clubs around the world, our members are deeply committed to our philanthropy, Shriners Children's.