Foot Patrol


We March So Crippled Children Can Walk

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Officers President: Bob Murray
Secretary: Keith Zeigler
Treasurer: Wayne Bryant
Captain: Mike Moseley
Divan Representative: Dale Roberge, High Priest & Prophet
Description and/or Purpose The Foot Patrol is the oldest unit in El Kahir Shrine, established in December 1907. The patrol has won numerous awards for its precision marching skills. The Patrol is an active unit marching in community parades throughout eastern Iowa as well as CSSA. The ladies are also an important part of the Patrol and accompany us to all of our activities.
Meetings First Monday of every month (except December) at the El Kahir Shrine Activities building. We occasionally have potluck dinners beginning at 6:30 PM and meeting to follow at 7:30 PM.
Activities & Events  
Point of Contact If you think you might be interested in the Foot Patrol, complete the form below to send an email to Mike Moseley:

View “El Kahir Foot Patrol Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary”

View The Draft 100th Year Memorial Booklet


(l to r)Front Row:  Keith Zeigler, Mike Moseley – Captain, Bill Cooper, Mel Pexa  Second
 Fritz Posshel, Bob Ware, Bob Justin, Bob Roof, Bill Ranshaw, Gary Miller  Back Row:

Wayne Bryant, Bob Murray, John Clark, Max Fitz, Dave Kroeger, Ray McDonald, Tom Clark  Not
  Jim Albright, Dale Crosier, Conrad Ramsey, Hank Wagner, Bill Sorsby, Bob Procok, Bill Shultz,

Jim Forrest


El Kahir Foot Patrol Takes First Place in 2003 CSSPA Drill Competition