Sweet way to raise Zam­bian money

Argyllshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

The cof­fers of a Mid Ar­gyll char­ity were boosted by the aroma of fresh cof­fee and lemon driz­zle cake.

Peo­ple were drawn to Lochgilp­head Par­ish Church Hall on Sat­ur­day Septem­ber 15 for a fundrais­ing cof­fee morn­ing with plenty of home bak­ing.

The two-hour event raised £335, which will help ZamS­cotEd with its work in Zam­bia, where it is com­plet­ing a sec­ondary school in the Lusaka area.

The char­ity’s founder, Mar­ian Pal­lis­ter, said: ‘Thanks to ev­ery­one who helped us achieve this fan­tas­tic sum of money.’

(06_a38ZamS­cotEd02) Four-year-old Lily with baby Na­talie and mum An­nie Gal­loway from Lochgilp­head en­joy­ing a cuppa and a cake and, be­low, Denise MacLean, left, and (06_a38ZamS­cotEd01) Mar­ian Pal­lis­ter among the work­ers at the cof­fee morn­ing.

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