ANNUAL DINNER DANCE, GLYNHILL HOTEL, SATURDAY, 5th OCTOBER, 2019.
THE OFFICE HAS NOW RECEIVED REQUESTS FOR TICKETS TAKING THE LIST UP TO THE 250 PERSON LIMIT (PROVIDED THESE TICKETS ARE PAID FOR BY THE 24TH JULY 2019)
The Annual Dinner Dance will again be held in the Glynhill Hotel on Saturday, 5th October, 2019, at 5.15 p.m. for 6.00 p.m. prompt. (Please note time). Dress – Dinner Suit. Tickets are priced at £35.00 per person, (same as 2018). If you require tickets please complete the attached Application Form and return to the Provincial Office with the appropriate remittance by Wednesday, 24th July, 2019.
We are delighted to advise that the Principal Guest this year will be the Grand Master Mason, Brother W. Ramsay McGhee.
Bedroom Accommodation can be reserved for those who wish to stay overnight at the Hotel. Rooms will be available at a reduced rate (£68.00 per Single Room; £85.00 per Double Room and £89.00 per Club Room). The Leisure Complex at the Hotel is available to residents. Check in time at the Hotel is any time after 2.30 p.m. However, if you wish to use the Leisure Complex you may arrive earlier and the Hotel will advise when your room is ready.
The Office will make the booking for those wishing to reserve accommodation. Payment by guests is made direct to the Hotel on the night of the Function. Please note that if you book direct with the Glynhill Hotel normal hotel rates may apply.
On Monday 25 November 2019, Prostate Scotland, in association with Provincial Grand Lodge of Glasgow, will be hosting a fundraising event in The Banqueting Chamber of The City Chambers, Glasgow at 6.15 for 6.45pm. Over the last few years Prostate Scotland has been the nominated charity of The Grand Lodge of Scotland. So far, the Freemasons of Scotland have raised over £464k for this charity, which is a wonderful achievement. This fundraising effort will continue into 2020 when it is envisaged that this sum will be substantially increased.
We are delighted that the Grand Master Mason will honour us with his presence at the event. Invitations have been extended to the Lord Provost, various Civic Representatives and Members of the Emergency Services and their presence along with Brethren, their families and the general public will greatly enhance the occasion.
Prostate Scotland has arranged for a medical clinician to give a short talk about this medical condition. The principal feature of the evening will be a Lecture delivered by Brother Moises Gomez, a former fire fighter from New Jersey, who was an early attendant at the site of the Twin Towers, following the attack by terrorists. He has delivered this Lecture entitled ‘Remembrance, my 9/11 Experience’ on a number of occasions and it has been described as simultaneously entertaining, harrowing and enlightening.
Please do not contact the PGL office regarding this event as staff there are not dealing with it. Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated.