Five more groups are celebrating as the second round of winners in the Evening Express CommunitEE Chest giveaway is announced.
The Category B winners all have between 31 and 60 members in their groups.
Five winning groups have scooped a £1,000 prize from the EE’s £15,000 giveaway.
The groups will be using the much-needed cash to help finance their activities in a number of ways.
For the James Tyrell Centre, the money offers the opportunity to maintain the building in which the group meets.
The centre, located in Mastrick, provides care to the elderly, lonely and isolated members of the community to encourage them to take part in social activities.
Running from Monday to Thursday, the centre gives pensioners opportunities to take part in board and card games, quizzes and bingo.
Previously winning £1,000 in 2016, the group used the cash to spruce up the centre’s meeting room by re-upholstering the chairs and re-varnishing the woodwork.
Speaking to the Evening Express prior to the announcement, supervisor Jane Wilson said: “We would like to buy an iPod so we can put on all of the old music the pensioners like to listen to.
“We’ve seen some sports equipment that allows people to play bowling while sitting down so we might get that too.”
Jane added: “There’s our Christmas party coming up too – the money would definitely be put to good use.”
One lucky group being awarded £1,000 from the giveaway for the third time is Aberdeen Synchronized Ice Skating Club.
Last year the skaters put the money towards kitting out the club in matching jumpers, which team members could proudly show off at championships.
Coach Sara Paterson, who also won Coach of the Year at the Aberdeen Sports Awards 2016, said: “We don’t have a lot of money to spend so it would be nice to land the money again.
“We have an extra team this year so it’s extra pressure on the finances and it would be great for us to be able to provide something new for the kids.
The club, whose members range from the age of six to 60 years old, has already taken part in three contests this year – the British Championships in January, the Scottish Championships in February and the World Championships in April.
Another Category B group which has landed lucky is Grampian Junior Bowling Association.
The group has been working hard collecting tokens to secure its share of the giveaway.
President of the group Frank Phillip said: “We’re very grateful to the Evening Express. I think the CommunitEE Chest is a great idea.”
Frank said the money from last year went to towards travel expenses for the club, which has about 30 kids aged between six and 17 years old.
He said: “That pretty much paid the fuel for the minibus for a full year.”
First time entrants, Bon Accord Thistle Amateur Swimming Club also bagged some cash in the giveaway.
The club, which meets in Tullos swimming pool, offers coaching for all levels of swimmers and currently teaches children from the ages of seven to 17 years old.
Speaking ahead of the announcement, parent and helper Tracy Munro said: “It would mean so much to the club to win, all of the coaches and helpers are volunteers who give up a lot of their time.”
She added: “If we were to be successful in the CommunitEE Chest, we would look to buy additional training equipment, one example being a waterproof GoPro camera to record swimmers’ stroke and technique and allow coaches to enhance the swimmers’ skills.”
The last of the successful groups in the category is the 21st Company Girls’ Brigade based at Queen Street Church.
Joint captain, Moragh Gibb said: “If successful, we will probably buy equipment with the money like gymnastic ribbons, pom poms and we also need some gym mats.
“We might also buy arts and crafts materials.”
All winners will be contacted with details on how to collect their money.