Al Amira Temple No. 157
Daughters of the Nile

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Al Amira Temple No. 157 History

After the organization of Al Shamal Temple, in Edmonton, AB, many discussions ensued with respect to the formation of a Daughters of the Nile Temple in this city. Formal meetings with Janet R. Dash, PSQ, Supreme Organizer at Large Northwest Area with the members of White Rose Nile Club followed.

Key Dates

Sept. 1990 - The White Rose Nile Club No. 1 of Edmonton passed a Motion to form a Temple, Daughters of the Nile. Vote was unanimous.

Oct. 1990 - White Rose Nile Club No. 1 was officially dissolved. Janet R. Dash, PSQ chaired the organizational meeting supervising the election of officers; naming of Al Amira Temple No. 157; setting dates, time and place of Stated Sessions.

Nov. 10th, 1990 - Instituting of Al Amira Temple No. 157 U.D. during a Hands Across the Border Ceremony, led by Janet R. Dash, PSQ

May 1991 - First ceremonial held in honor of the Official Visit of Edna M. MacLean, Supreme Queen, Daughters of the Nile.

June 1991 - Al Amira Temple No. 157 U.D. was granted its charter at the Supreme Session of Daughters of the Nile.

July 31st, 1991 - Al Amira Temple No. 157, Edmonton AB, Canada was officially constituted during the Official Visit of Virginia Wright, Supreme Queen, Daughters of the Nile.




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