For the second year in a row, Freemasons Queensland was present at Brisbane’s Royal Queensland show, the EKKA festival.
Our Mobile Display Unit, equipped with a modern flat-screen, lots of brochures brochures and beaut new a sno cone machine, was located in the Emporium from 5 to 14 August.
Membership Manager, Malcolm Campbell, along with other volunteers sold hundreds of sno cones to raise funds for Mrs Robyn Townson’s charity of choice, the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital Foundation (LCCHF).
The EKKA was a unique opportunity to increase the visibility of Freemasonry in the public sphere, reconnect with past members, and meet others interested in joining.
Our Mobile Display Unit is available to all UGLQ lodges. For bookings, contact Malcolm Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (07) 3229 3533.
15 August 2016