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The Durham Masonic Rugby Football Club (DMRFC) are on the lookout for new players and members, not only to take part in the great sport, but to help support excellent initiatives like Zoe’s Place.
Founding Chairman of DMRFC, Richard Hogg, together with Andy Dixon and Kieran Fyland of Spirit of Rugby Lodge No.9910 represented the club at Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice for the presentation of a plaque from children’s charity of rugby “Wooden Spoon”, of whom Richard is also the Treasurer in Durham.
DMRFC are a partner club of Wooden Spoon, who have just funded the purchase of two special needs cots for Zoe’s Place. The hospice provides respite and palliative care to terminally- and seriously-ill children from across the Province and beyond.
Also in attendance at the presentation were representatives from Rugby Tots, the joint presidents of Wooden Spoon Durham, England Six Nations Rugby Captain Tamara Taylor and ex-Newcastle Falcons hooker Rob Vickers.
TLC Teddy Initiative……
“thank you Freemasons for the thousands of teddies donated to children’s casualty departments”
Community Support Grants…..
“The grant from Durham Freemasons has made an enormous difference to our service users”
Provincial Annual Meeting….
“The Provincial annual meeting is one of the highlights of my year, it’s great to meet everyone and support all those being rewarded for merit”….
“My husband would be so proud that you still contact me so many years after his death, thank you for remembering me”
“The Provincial annual meeting is one of the highlights of my year, it’s great to meet everyone and support all those being rewarded for merit”
The Royal Arch…..
“I feel that I have a much better understanding of the whole Masonic story after joining the Royal Arch”
What have you gained?
“I’ve made wonderful friendships with people from all walks of life who I wouldn’t otherwise have even met”
In respect to the TLC Teddy initiative
“A child patient copes with medical treatment so much better when they’ve been given a TLC teddy”
What Freemasonry has done for you?
“The teachings of the masonic ceremonies helped me to be a better father, better husband, better son and better neighbour”What Freemasonry has done for you
One of the best things I have ever done…
“Along with getting married, the birth of my children and Sunderland winning the FA Cup, becoming a Freemason is one of the best things I’ve ever done”
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