Another Shriner scandal is being reported in the New York Times regarding more issues with the way they handle their money and file their taxes, improper firings, etc.
Really nothing new to the Masonic blogsphere, but this one quote from the article nearly made me fall out of my comfortable chair:
“ The Shriners employed Vantage to handle fund-raising for the hospitals from 1999 through 2003. Out of $46.2 million raised by Vantage, the Shrine received only $2.5 million, according to the report.”
For employing financial whizzes and sitting on the richest endowment ($8 Billion), that seems like a poor choice.
Like I said the Shrine is going through some growing pains, much like the rest of the Masonic world, they just have a lot more infrastructure. :)