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COSC February Oasis News – 2016

What’s new this year at the Central Oregon Shrine Club? Come to the dinner meeting on February 2 and enjoy a good meal with friends and find out what the New Year and active members bring to our Club.

Noble Vice President Dick Sewell will preside with presentations from Noble Terry Griffith on a Great Adventure fund raiser raffle for Al Kader Shrine Center, a report on a new cart trailer for the Silver Arrow Patrol and a report on the East West selection committee meeting held on January 30th. There is also some new information about the beef raffle fund raising drive for our club.

In our last meeting we passed a budget for the year and the information about the beef raffle will have an impact on this new budget, so show up and add your support to the clubs future success. I will look forward to seeing you all at the March meeting when we celebrate the Culver farmers that donate to the Food Caravan.

Fraternally and Aloha,
President, John Pinckney

January blew by and here it is February already. Dinner for COSC will be on Tuesday at Juniper Golf. Social at 5:30, dinner at 6:30. There will be a presentation about a fund raiser “Choose your own adventure”. Should be interesting.


West won 29–9 in 91st East-West Shrine Game

In an exciting all-star matchup that seemed to have something for everyone, a pair of Florida Gators made interceptions in the first quarter, a Wisconsin safety picked off a pass by an opposing quarterback from his own school, the West scored four times in the second quarter and the second half was a defensive struggle. But, there were still two performances that stood out. Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams, Jr. accounted for more than 200 yards of offense earning the William H. Coffman Award for Most Outstanding Offensive Player. He led the West squad of all-stars on drives resulting in three touchdown passes and a field goal while going 6-for-9 passing for 191 yards (including a 93-yard strike to Purdue receiver Danny Althrop in the second quarter to take the lead for good.) Adams also rushed twice for 24 yards.

The E. Jack Spaulding Award for Most Outstanding Defensive Player went to Wisconsin safety Mike Caputo, who grabbed two interceptions, returning one 67 yards to set up a West 24-yard field goal to end the first half.


Thanks again to Noble Ande and his team for a great game. This is the very first time that we have ended in a tie(the highest ever). Thanks again for the teams. This was the highest scoring game that we have had.

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