On Sunday 10th November 2019, the Provincial Grand Master, Brother Andrew Mushet, attended at George Square to lay a wreath on behalf of the Freemasons of Glasgow.
He was supported by the Depute Provincial Grand Master, Brother Alan Cuthill, Substitute Provincial Grand Masters Brothers Gordon Heggie, Robert Shaw, Duncan McFadyen, Michael Macdonald and Colin Grant along with Provincial Grand Secretary, Brother David Quinn and numerous Provincial Grand Office Bearers and Stewards. The Lodges of the Province were also well represented with numerous brethren in attendance to take part in the commemoration event.
The Service of Remembrance was conducted with great dignity by the Reverend Mark E. Johnstone, Minister of Glasgow Cathedral and numerous serving and retired Armed Forces personnel as well as representatives from the Emergency Services and Voluntary Organisations took part in a moving and very fitting tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation.
The Provincial Grand Master laid a wreath on behalf of the Province to commemorate all the Freemasons who took part in the two World Wars and all conflicts since.
The Provincial Grand Master wishes to extend his gratitude to all the Brethren of Lodges, Commissioned Office Bearers, Office Bearers and Stewards for attending on a bright but extremely cold morning to represent themselves and their Lodges at the Service.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.