Daughters of the Nile

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Antioch Temple No. 113, Daughters of the Nile is a part of the international organization compromised of over 30,000 members in 143 cities in the United States and Canada. Their one and only philanthropy is to assist the children in the Shriners Hospital for Children, through monetary contributions to the Supreme Convalescent Endowment Fund, the Convalescent Relief Fund, and through gifts and craft items and tray favors sent directly to the Chicago hospital. Antioch Temple has about 135 members. Their membership is drawn from the entire western half of Wisconsin. They met the third Saturday of the month September through May. In January and February the meetings are the second Saturday. Brunch is served at 9:30AM with session following at 10:30AM.

Antioch Temple has two performing units. Once is called the Antioch Flags and the other is the Antioch Scarf Dancers. The groups perform at their installations, for the Supreme Queen’s visit and at the Supreme Session each June. They have a new club called the Antioch Friendship Club. One special interest group is the Euchre Marathon. Daughters of the Nile will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2013.