Naja Shriners parade down Rapid City streets - KOTA Territory News

Naja Shriners parade down Rapid City streets

Clowns, horses, and bikers...
It's an odd combination, but all three flooded the streets of downtown Rapid City.

The Naja Shriners' parade made both adults and kids smile Saturday morning. Members rode miniature cars, zoomed around on small bikes, or proudly carried flags as part of the group's procession.

The Shriners are a fraternity of men who promote fun and family in the community, including special attention to kids in the hospital. 
The Naja Shrine was chartered in Deadwood in 1893.
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