Carrickfergus RAFA branch’s Wings Appeal effort exceeds £25k barrier
The Worshipful Master, W.Bro Joe Corr, a member of the the RAF Association’s Carrickfergus branch has again broken the £25K barrier for the annual Wings Appeal campaign.
The branch, which covers Whitehead through Carrickfergus and Greenisland to Newtownabbey and Glengormley, has thanked members of the public for their generous support.
Wing Commander Noel Williams, the branch chairman and Wings Appeal organiser, said: “It was a difficult few weeks, but thanks to the support from the DeCourcy Centre and Tesco in Carrickfergus and the DTZ McCombe Mall in Northcott (where Tesco is), we have had bumper collections as people realised how hard Covid had hit charities and gave readily.
Bro. Gareth Moody completed the London Marathon raising £1500 in aid of the Marie Curie Charity
W.Bro Lee Burnside ( the Rev), completes "Lap the Lough" cycle ride in aid of Prostate Cancer UK
Presentation of a 65th Year Certificate to W.Bro. Frank McNiece
Worshipful Master, W.Bro. Joe Corr presents W.Bro. Frank McNiece with his 65th year Certificate and his wife Connie with a bunch of flowers.
January 2020 Communication
W.Bro. John Gibson who was standing in as Worshipful Master for Abbey 180’s current Worshipful Master, W.Bro. Joe Corr, presents R.W.Bro. Neil Ritchie, PGO, Representative to the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Mexico at the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ireland. his portrait .
The picture now hangs in the Whiteabbey Masonic Centre.
W.Bro. John Gibson welcomes his visitor, W.Bro. Dean Reid, Worshipful Master of Bangor Union 746 to Abbey 180