Aberchirder and District Community Association donated £2750 to go towards laptops for pupils at the primary school.
A trustee has laid poppies at graves ahead of the anniversary of the Bennachie air crash in 1939.
Brothers Ben and Max Pawson set themselves a challenge of tidying up the council garden at the bottom of Cuninghill Road in Inverurie.
Visit Scotland announce plans of a £6 Million fund to help the events sector, but is limiting the number of applications which can be made.
Lindsay Wilson and Rebecca Carr have launched The Humming Bird Cafe in Kintore.
Local dog owners are being asked to take part in a dog walking challenge to support the service provided by the animal charity.
The charity if looking for people across the north-east to join in and virtually cycle with them in September.
Brothers Ben and Max Pawson are doing their bit for the community by helping tidy up an Inverurie garden while visiting family members.
Mid Clochforbie Farm has built unique creative accommodation for visitors.
Rachel Riley is encouraging locals to nominate lockdown legends as part of 2020 National Lottery Awards.
Alan Reid from Fraserburgh is to release an Album full of Doric songs following the success of his online performance.
The Action Earth Campaign is encouraging application to the fund for projects which help with the current climate.
Groups can apply for up to £20,000 funding from the Postcode Neighbourhood Trust.
The survey will be used to examine current issues affecting the farming community and what responses can be made.
The Bothie in Kintore have received public support following damage to the building.
Womens Connect have announced new activities taking place in the coming months for group members.
As people are cautious shopping after lockdown, Shannon Buttons has decided to create her own boutique for local residents.
Tarves Football Club decided to raise money to improve local pavillion with a 5k challenge.
The Academy took their transition day online providing activities and challenges for new pupils who are set to return to school next Wednesday.
Local parents are invited to visit Busy Bees to see their facilities early year's provision and speak to staff .