Today, the LOSNA has thousands of members and Courts across North America.
The aim and goals of the Ladies' Oriental Shrine, as set forth at the organizational meetings in 1903, are to promote socialability, good fellowship and the betterment of all ladies connected with the organization. The Ladies paricipate in parades, mini-clinics and Shrine Circuses, just to name a few. The ladies may choose to be active in a variety of special interest units within the Order, such as Oriental Bands, Patrols, Clowns, Dancers, or various other units. The ladies are always ready to display their pageantry and glamour in order to show the public how much they enjoy their activities.
Letter From The High Priestess - Crystal Mueller
Our mission is to support the Shriners Hospitals for Children and the Burn Institute for Children through fundraisers and volunteer efforts. Nailah is a fun group of ladies who take the task of helping children seriously but also like to have a good time while doing so. We welcome you to learn more about Nailah and L.O.S.N.A, so feel free to contact us through the website. Check out the site often for events and updates.
Carnevale for the Kids Masquerade Martis Gras Ball
Join us on February 21, 2014 for our 3rd annual masquerade ball, hosted by K-HITS on-air personality Mark Close. It will be a great night of funfor charity. Buffet, adult beverages, music, entertainment, and door prizes will all be available. Hosted at Andre's, 4254 Telegraph Rd., St. Louis, MO. 63129. $30 in advance, $35 at the door. $10 of each ticket goes to the annual charity project. Call Angela Langford for more details, 618.698.4880, or email for details.
New Year, More Parades
Don't forget to look for us at future parades in the St. Louis area.