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The Three Bears - Queensland Tour

Submitted by marie on Tue, 2014-07-15 13:18

Beryl Cooper, Joyce Chambers and Clare Martiri are the three little bears.

Installation at Endeavour Court No 2

Submitted by marie on Mon, 2014-04-21 15:49

From GRM H.L. Faye

I was able to be present with Sir Knight Jim at Endeavour Court No 2’s installation – what a delightful meeting and such a happy occasion. We received a wonderful welcome and enjoyed the beautifully carried out installation. Congratulations to the new officers and best wishes for a very happy year. To conclude the visit, on Saturday night we enjoyed a meal together at a local club where we were able to socialise and get to know each other.

Advancement of the Order of the Amaranth

Submitted by marie on Mon, 2014-04-21 12:52

Our future is greater than our past…
Dear Advancement Committee Members,

Thank you to the Grand Court Advancement of the Order Committee members for your comments and support. I’d like to especially thank HL Judy Prince for her comments along with S.K. Donald Cobcroft. There’s much we can do as individuals and together.

I’d also like to acknowledge the leadership coming from our Grand Royal Matron, H.L. Faye Ward and Grand Royal Patron, S.K. Jim Lippett as they visit Courts and speak to the need for membership growth and the Advancement of the Order.

The Royal Matron, Mrs Janet Scaysbrook , has chosen the Quest for life Foundation for the members of Hawkesbury Court to work for this year.

Petrea King is CEO of the Quest for Life Foundation which she established in 1989. She is a well known author, inspirational keynote speaker, teacher and facilitator. She is also qualified as a naturopath, herbalist, clinical hypnotherapist, yoga and meditation teacher.

Pictured here are Sue Robertson Havenlee School; Heather Baker, Royal Matron, Royal Haven Court; Katrina Eyland, Principal of Havenlee School; Connie Knight, Royal Patron of Royal Haven Court and Bernice Ashby, Havenlee School.

The recipients for 2013 were Havenlee School in Nowra and Budawang School in Ulladulla.
Heather Baker, Royal Matron and Connie Knight, Royal Patron, presented a cheque for $3,000.00 to Sheryl Bruffey , Principal of Budawang School from Royal Haven Court.

Royal Haven Court No.13 - Order of the Amaranth Inc, held their 15th Annual Australia Day Luncheon at the Bomaderry Community Centre on the 26th January 2014 with 70 in attendance.
This luncheon is held every year with the main item being the presentation of cheques to the charity that they have worked for, during the past twelve months.
During the afternoon a trivia was held and those present were tested on their knowledge of Australian history, a good time was had by all.
The recipients for 2013 were Havenlee School in Nowra and Budawang School in Ulladulla.

Sandra Davis GRM at Royal Victoria Court

Submitted by marie on Thu, 2014-01-02 15:41

Sandra Davis visited Royal Victoria Court in October for her Official Visit accompanied by Stuart Lang

A tribute was given to the Grand Royal Matron by members of Royal Victoria and Endeavour Courts and Sandra his pictured here with her presentation of flowers

Christmas at Endeavour Court

Submitted by marie on Thu, 2014-01-02 15:27

Has our Grand Royal Patron been a good boy this year - what did Santa give him?

Special Session in November 2013

Submitted by marie on Thu, 2014-01-02 15:02

Pictured here from left to right
Beverley Mannix Grand Page
Hannah Mills Grand Marshal in the East
Lynda Dobbins Supreme Royal Matron
Sandra Davis Grand Royal Matron
Stuart Lang Grand Royal Patron
Faye Dalle-Nogare Grand Marshal
Helen Horne Grand Marshal in the West

Welcome from the GRM Sandra Davis and GRP Stuart Lang

Submitted by marie on Fri, 2013-10-18 15:19

Welcome to the Order of the Amaranth Website

The Order of the Amaranth Website provides an opportunity for me to keep in touch with our members as well as welcome those making enquiries.
In today’s world the Order of the Amaranth provides a place to share and develop genuine friendships, a place where we meet and focus our thoughts on the lofty ideals of our Order, a place of peace and harmony that binds us together and a place where we can have a little fun too.
Each year our Order chooses a ‘charitable project’ and this year we have chosen to support ‘Retina Australia’.

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