Azan Shrine History
The emblem on the front of the fez, the crescent and scimitar, is an important part of the fraternity’s theme, and is representative of the characteristics embodied by the Shriners.
The scimitar stands for the backbone of the fraternity, its members.
The two claws are for the Shriners fraternity and its philanthropy.
The sphinx stands for the governing body of the Shriners.
The five-pointed star represents the thousands of children helped by the philanthropy each year.
The emblem also bears the phrase “Robur et Furor,” which means “Strength and Fury.”
The Azan Shrine Center is located at 1591 W. Eau Gallie Blvd. in Melbourne and has a lounge, meeting room, or auditorium room of 5,632 sq. ft., two side rooms of 836 sq. ft. each, a 420 sq. ft. stage area, and a large covered pavilion in back that is 4,750 sq. ft.
We hold Shrine business meetings and other fraternal meetings in a combination of the facilities. We also supplement our Shrine Center income with rentals which consist of some trade shows, business meetings, organization meetings, weddings & receptions as well as private parties.
We are first a Shrine Center facilitating all kinds of Shriner activities serving our membership and secondly a facility available to be rented. We are an active organization so if you're on the Space Coast of Florida, please look us up, come by, and visit us.
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