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Councillor Sandy Mutch C.B.E. J.P.
Councillor Sandy Mutch, C.B.E., J.P. was made the first Honorary President of the Grampian-
The twinning link won the Readers' Digest Foundation's International Sister City Award in 1982 for its contribution to "furthering world peace and understanding ."
His Royal Highness Prince Charles recognised the twinning when he presented the Grampian-
British Honours List
Two officials of the Houston-
Made honorary members of the Grampian-
On her retirement in 1998 after 19 years as Secretary of the Grampian-
Young Artists' Competition
Grampian Region's entry won a top prize in the 2004 Young Artists' Competition sponsored by Sister Cities International. The painting by Lossiemouth High School pupil Terry Morton on the theme, "Coming Together To Build a Better World," was exhibited in cities across the U.S.
Jimmy Hay M. B.E.
Former oil company executive Jimmy Hay (left) is presented with a framed cetificate in recognition of his service as Chairman of the Grampian-
Making the presentation is his successor as Chairman, Margaret Hadley, with Honorary President David R. Paton looking on.
Mr Hay's two-
Margaret Hadley is presented with a certificate in recognition of her service as Chairman of the Grampian-
ASSOCIATION SECRETARY THANKED
To mark her retirement as Secretary of the Grampian-
Association Chairman Councillor John Reynolds (left) thanked her for her efficient service. Also in the picture is Councillor Ron McKail, Vice Chairman of the Grampian-