How to Submit a News Item...
Use the form below to submit a news item on your Unit or Club to the Editor...
Communications of Publicity and News Items has three Areas of Focus:
1. Sphinx Shriners News ― published in the Connecticut Freemasons newspaper:
"Sphinx Shriners News" replaces the former “Sphinx Booster.” Starting 2017, monthly news updates will be published on a page in each edition of the Connecticut Freemasons newspaper. Two of these editions will contain a semi-annual four-page color supplement. The reason for this change is that the circulation of Connecticut Freemasons is approximately 11,000 copies versus 800 for the Sphinx Booster.
We are constantly looking for notices of upcoming events and information and photos of recent past events. Sphinx-related content is welcomed. When submitting content, it should include things your Unit or Club has done in the recent past and what events are planned for the three to four months.
2. Sphinx Email Blasts:
An Email Blast gives its readers updated information on upcoming events. It is designed to provide last-minute updates and reminders, and typically refers to events happening within the next one to two weeks.
How to Subscribe to Email Blasts...
If you are not already receiving Sphinx Email Blasts, click on the “Sign Up for Email Updates” link at the top right-hand side of this page and then complete the Email Subscriber List form, which will appear on screen, and click on the Subscribe to List button to enter your request.
3. Sphinx Shriners Website:
We are always looking for updates to Unit and Club information pages on the SphinxShriners.org website. Please keep in mind that information and content for the website is primarily intended to provide the reader with reference information. These pages are best used to describe what your Unit or Club does and to display some representative photos from recent past events.
Please Note: Each of these three means of publicity and communication are available or use by Units, Clubs, and Nobility. You are warmly encouraged to make use of them.