Big Day for Stonehaven Bowling Club

By bellmannews / June 2, 2021

From Sandra Mcwilliam –

AT their recent green opening, Stonehaven Bowling Club also presented an honorary membership to one of their members and opened their new viewing shelter.

Duncan Ewing received his honorary membership for all the work he has done at the grounds over many years.

President Ray Jenkin, left, presenting Duncan Ewing with his honorary membership

Meanwhile the Gordon Pyper stand was opened by his widow Aileen and is dedicated to all past SBC members. The shelter was built, and most of the cost provided, by Deeside Timberframes, Stonehaven. The Club also provided some of the cost along with generous donations from the four Co-ops in Stonehaven, the Lions Club and the Rotary club. A lot of the building of the shelter was done by Paul McCusker of Marnor Joinery Ltd.

And a commemorative clock was presented by young Brandon Atkinson together with his grandmother, vice president Sandra Mcwilliam, in memory of Mrs Mcwilliam’s late husband Eric, who was past president and member for 65 years.

President Sandra Mcwilliam with grandson Brandon Atkinson (12) and president Ray Jenkin presenting commemorative clock in memory of her late husband Eric

Stonehaven Bowling Club is keen to welcome locals who’d like to try the sport and possibly become new members. And their bar, with seating both inside and out, is open to the public.

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