Diamond Dinner rock solid fun

I’d like to say a big Thank You to the Masonic Rainbow Lodge 180

Dear editor:

I’d like to say a big Thank You to the Masonic Rainbow Lodge 180 for putting on the first Diamond Dinner event on the North Island.

The men — dressed in tuxes — took very good care of us. A bus, driven by Bud Masales was also provided to ensure the women a safe ride home. The entertainment was fun, the food delicious, and who wouldn’t mind men dressed in their tuxes bringing our desserts, water etc.

Sixty prizes were handed out, with the last being a beautiful $2000 diamond ring!

A good number of us have reserved tickets for next year’s event. It’s the best $100 I’ve spent in a while!

Thanks again fellas.

Anita Harvie

Port Hardy

 

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