Families grab a pizza the ac­tion

Rutherglen Reformer - - News From The Pews -

Cam­bus­lang Par­ish Church held its sec­ond fam­ily pizza and disco night ear­lier this month.

The event, held in the church halls of the St An­drew’s build­ing, saw three gen­er­a­tions in at­ten­dance for some families, and a su­perb so­cia­ble even­ing was had by all.

Tasty piz­zas were pro­vided by Domino’s Pizza in Ruther­glen, which they pro­vided for the church at a heav­ily dis­counted price, mak­ing it an af­ford­able fam­ily night out.

The young and old en­joyed danc­ing along to mu­sic which Kieran Wardrop se­lected, and he was ably fol­lowed by young broth­ers Cal­lum and Rhuaraidh Miller, who stepped in on the even­ing when Kieran had to leave early.

The church hopes this will be reg­u­lar event in the so­cial cal­en­dar in Cam­bus­lang.

Friends Fraser Ste­wart, James Lamb, Dun­can Net­ten, Sarah Meek, Heather Black, So­phie David­son, Eve Camp­bell, Ella John­son and Erin Camp­bell at Cam­bus­lang Par­ish Church

Show­ing her moves The disco was fun for Erin and Eve Camp­bell

Dance moves Sarah Meek and El­lie Steele on the dance­floor

So­cial­is­ing Chil­dren and adults take to the dance floor at the Cam­bus­lang Par­ish Church pizza and disco night

Night out Don­ald Net­ten and Calum Meek having fun at Cam­bus­lang Par­ish Church’s piza and disco night

Good fun Cam­bus­lang Par­ish Church’s pizza night was en­joyed by Iona Camp­bell (2)

Gig­gles Lit­tle Eve Camp­bell (2) had a great night out

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