Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association. Glamis Camp, No. 210

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Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association. Glamis Camp, No. 210

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1937 -

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The Glamis Camp was established in the Kitsilano area of Vancouver on June 2, 1937. Thirty-seven members were initiated into the Camp at this first meeting. John Brown was chosen as Worthy Chief, and William Fraser as Chieftain. Annual dues for honorary members were three dollars; annual dues for active members were dependent upon the type of insurance they had. The Camp first met at Killarney Hall, at 2nd Avenue and Bayswater Street, but due to increased membership, began meeting in the larger Elks Hall at 901 Dunsmuir Street in April 1938. After January 1943, the Camp met in various downtown and Kitsilano locations. The Camp is still active, meeting monthly at the Scottish Cultural Centre at 8886 Hudson Street in South Vancouver.

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Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association

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1978 - 2002-02-11

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Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association. Glamis Camp, No. 210 reports to Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association

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