October’s Curry Club gathering was nothing short of sensational. As the esteemed members of the lodge, cherished guests, and aspirants for the Lodge of Honour converged, the air was filled with anticipation and the rich aroma of Thai spices wafting from the Thai Balcony.
Although summer feels like it is still here, with warmer days in autumn, the show must go on. We reopened again after the summer break with a brother’s ceremony of passing at the Lodge of Honour.
We finally got into The Grand Eastern and were seated at a roundtable which makes it better to converse with one another, especially beyond your immediate neighbour. Food was a little slow but we had each others’s company.More
No, we did not miss our curry in August. Even though it was our summer break, Curry Club did not stop for us. August’s Curry meet was at Tulsi Tandoori after drinks at The Boater.More
One of our favourite curry restaurants is the Panahar on Moorland Road. For our 26th Curry Club meet, we chose to come back to Panahar Indian Cuisine. There were 12 of us including two members from our sister lodges and a potential candidate.
At our March Regular meeting, we had a presentation of the history of our lodge during the war times, an explanation of the tracing board for our new lodge members and a visiting brethren from the province led by VW Bro Batley.