Donations to Charity Sir George Clark Memorial Masonic Lodge No. 669 finished their year 2018 Charity fundraising drive with another record total of almost £3,000 donated to a range of charities and to our Lodge widows. Action Cancer, Diabetes N.I, Belfast Masonic Charity Fund included. The Worshipful Master in 2018 W. Bro. Romeo Godines thanked everyone for their continued support and generosity. He asked the Brethren the give the same support to W. Bro. Paul Francey, our Worshipful Master for 2019.
Over the past years, we have enjoyed the ladies night, which I hope will continue in the future.
The Ladies Night was a great success raising £600 for Diabetes NI.
– W.M. Romeo Godines
Lodge 669 finished their year 2017 Charity fundraising drive with a grand total of £2,682 donated to a range of charities and to our Lodge widows.
Diabetes UK NI, Autism NI, Belfast Masonic Charity Fund included.
The W. Master in 2017 W. Bro. Luis Fred Presbitero thanked everyone for their immense support and generosity.
He asked the Brethren the give the same support to W. Bro. Romeo Godines, our Worshipful Master for 2018, and already that is happening!
Donations have been made so far in 2018 to Belfast Masonic Charity Fund and Action Cancer totaling almost £1,000.
Diabetes UK will be the next charity recipient after our summer Filipino Festive event 23rd June in 45 Club, Park Avenue, Belfast, and our Ladies Night formal dinner dance on 20th October at the Park Avenue Hotel, Holywood Road, Belfast.
Full details of these events available from email@example.com
The total raised so far from Lodges in Antrim exceeds £36,000.
Well done everyone for a great charity!”
The Hog Roast event was a great success and raised £600.00 for Belfast Masonic Charity.
We are very pleased to have received the “Tweedie’s Friendship Maul” Certificate, for W. Bro Keith Johnston’s nominated Charity 2014, Teddies for Loving Care
Thanks to the good work by our “raiding” team Lodge 669 held the TLC Maul from April 2014 to September 2014
The Committee of Teddies for Loving Care would like to thank the Lodge on behalf of the ill/injured children who will benefit from this Charity.
Bro Paul Francey has been growing his hair long for sometime now.
Peroxide Salon on Ravenhill Road, Friday 10th October at 1.30pm Paul has lost all his long hair in a fund raiser for Teddies for loving Care raising £100
WM Keith Johnston has started the process and was left to the professionals at Peroxide to complete the job