Clearwater Royal Purple members honoured founding member Lorraine Price by draping the Royal Purple charter, and saying ceremonial words at a recent monthly meeting. Photo submitted

Clearwater Royal Purple honours founding member

Group invites public to a light lunch and conversation on Valentine’s Day


Born Jan. 2, 1925 – died Jan 20. 2020, Age 94 years.

Lorraine Price was honored at the recent monthly meeting of the Clearwater Royal Purple #302. We chose to honor her by draping the Royal Purple charter, and saying ceremonial words as outlined in our group’s educational materials.

Lorraine was a Charter Member of the Lodge and the first Honoured Royal Lady in Clearwater. The Lodge first opened in 1965 and this dedicated group has been working/volunteering to raise funds continually.

We’d love to tell you more. Please join us for a light lunch and conversation on Valentine’s Day from 11:30 a.m until 1:30 p.m. at the Elks Hall.

Topic of conversation? Love. Everyone welcome. Hosts Clearwater Royal Purple 302.

READ MORE: History of the Clearwater Royal Purple Lodge

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