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Generous donations from Airlie Lodge

Each year the lodge runs a charity raffle with the money generated going to local charities or good causes.

 

Right Worshipful Master Robert & the Brethren of Airlie Lodge No286 are pictured with Holly Taylor (Mountain Animals Sanctuary) Hazel Melrose (Tayside Children with Cancer & Leukaemia) Gladys Wilson (Age Concern Kirriemuir) Maureen Allan & Aileen Ramsay (Kirriemuir Day Care)

 

Each charity received �100.

Each year the lodge runs a charity raffle with the money generated going to local charities or good causes. Right Worshipful Master Robert & the Brethren of Airlie Lodge No286 are pictured with Holly Taylor (Mountain Animals Sanctuary) Hazel Melrose (Tayside Children with Cancer & Leukaemia) Gladys Wilson (Age Concern Kirriemuir) Maureen Allan & Aileen Ramsay (Kirriemuir Day Care) Each charity received �100.

The Airlie Lodge No. 286 got into the spirit of Christmas last month when it held its annual charity raffle.

All the money generated at the raffle goes to local charities or good causes each year and this year was no different.

Right Worshipful Master Robert and the Brethren of Airlie Lodge No. 286 are pictured with Holly Taylor of Mountain Animals Sanctuary; Hazel Melrose of Tayside Children with Cancer and Leukaemia; Gladys Wilson of Age Concern Kirriemuir and Maureen Allan and Aileen Ramsay of Kirriemuir Day Care.

Each charity received a donation of £100.

Our local clubs and groups are always working hard to do their bit for the wider community so if your organisation has been raising funds for charity why not get in touch with us? We are always delighted to help with promoting charitable events so get in touch with your details by giving us a call on 01307 464899 or e-mailing details to news@forfardispatch.com

Or if you have had a cheque presentation or any other pictures from your event why not send them in to us so that we can share the good news with others in the local area? Just use the above methods of contacting us.

 

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