Published: April 26, 2009
Burnham-On-Sea Moose Lodge member notches up 50 years' service

A long-serving member of Burnham-On-Sea's Moose Lodge has been presented with a scroll of honour to mark his half a century of membership.

Brian Saunders was presented with a special scroll of honour by Moose Grand Governor Trevor Savage this week to celebrate his 50 years' membership in the Loyal Order of the Moose.

The presentation was made at the group's latest meeting in Berrow.

It comes after Brian was also presented with a Long Service Diamond Bar award from the National Opera and Dramatic Association (NODA) for 60 years' service to amateur theatre.

The certificate was presented by NODA's Regional Councillor Mrs Geraldine Branton after Friday's performance of South Pacific at the Playhouse Thatre in Weston.

Moose International is a fraternal organisation based on family values that raises money for local and national charities, and provides supports for each other.

The lodge meets on the fourth Thursday of each calender month at 7.30pm in Berrow Village Hall.

Pictured are, top, Brian Saunders (left) being presented with his scroll of honour by Trevor Savage and, beneath, Brian with Geraldine Branton


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