"The memory of the National Bard was appropriately celebrated by the members of the Men's Social Club, Lundin Links. Mr R.C. Paxton, Homelands, presiding over a large company. After tea, pies and haggis had been served Mr Munro Adamson, Drumpark, gave an interesting paper on "Burns", illustrated by several songs, which were greatly appreciated. The "haggis" was piped in by Piper Redpath, Leven, and carried around the room by Mr D. Wallace, who was dressed in the style of the Bard, and Mr J.Y. Hunter, headmaster Cellardyke, recited the address to the haggis in fine style. A musical programme comprising Burns' songs was also carried through."
In 1929, "after supper, a long and varied programme of the poet's songs" took place again at the Club. On that occasion, there were musical turns on the mandolin and piano, and a special presentation was made to the stationmaster Mr J.H. Young to mark his recent removal to Tillicoultry. He received "an oak-cased parlour clock from the members of the club". The men's social club was begun after the First World War and the clubroom, close to the junction of Emsdorf Crescent and Hillhead Street, was given by Robert Paxton of Homelands. Originally it contained billiard tables, a small library, games, etc and each winter a programme of talks and discussions was arranged. The club room survived into the 1970s but was eventually demolished and a modern house now occupies the site.