March 21

Lodge Royal Braemar No. 1195

In order to keep with tradition and make a difference within the local community, Brethren of Lodge Royal Braemar donated funds to 1st Fintray Brownies who have recently established themselves and have already attracted a healthy number of local girls.   With excellent support from parents the Group have certainly got off to the best possible start.  Monies donated will be put towards pop-up tents for the girls to enjoy indoor and outdoor camping expeditions.

The Lodge further donated to a great charity – Hamish Dear’s Warm Hugs; where money goes towards making children smile during their toughest battles, whether it be through receiving a cinema ticket or short break voucher.  Small things can make a big difference and with the charity close to several Lodge Members, they were only delighted to assist.  Congratulations to the brave parents and friends that founded the charity that has gone on to raise over £60,000 in less than a year.

Pictured with RWM Murray Smith are Lindsay from the 1st Fintray Brownies and Kris founder of Hamish Dear’s Warm Hugs

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March 14

Lodge St. Andrew No. 228

Saturday 18th March 2017

Lodge Operative No. 150 are attending Insch on Saturday 18 March to work a Mark Degree.

Two local candidates plus one from Lodge Operative No. 150 and one from Lodge St Andrew No. 1269 Bucksburn are attending.

Lodge Tyles at 2pm.

Visitors are most welcome.

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December 16

Lodge St. John No. 795

Following their successful fund raising night at the Mounthooly Sports Bar, Lodge St. John No. 795 recently passed on the proceeds of the event.

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RWM Brian Melvin & Bro Jeff Cobb presenting a £500 cheque to Eileen Mathew Manager of Grampian MS Society in Dyce .
Second photo is Brother Charlie Hammel (who recently was a patient in UCAN Foresterhill Hospital) accepts a cheque for £500 on their behalf from RWM Brian Melvin & Bro Jeff Cobb owner of Mounthooly Sports Bar where the Fund raiser was held.
Brother Charlie Hammel (who recently was a patient in UCAN Foresterhill Hospital) accepts a cheque for £500 on their behalf from RWM Brian Melvin & Bro Jeff Cobb owner of Mounthooly Sports Bar where the Fund raiser was held.