Sup­port for SCIAF

Rutherglen Reformer - - Trinity Reformer -

Trinity High pupils played their part in cel­e­brat­ing the 50th an­niver­ary of SCIAF, one of the school’s Len­ten char­i­ties.

The Scot­tish In­ter­na­tional Aid Fund marked its golden an­niver­sary by hold­ing a Mass in the St Colum­bkille’s Parish Church, where the or­gan­i­sa­tion was founded back in 1965.

Sev­eral Trinity pupils were in­volved in this Mass. Sixth year stu­dents Kieran Thom­son and Roisin Do­herty both said bid­ding prayers at the ser­vice, whilst Catherine McGrath and Erin Cowan both served as flag bear­ers. Leigh Syme, also S6, sung the psalm.

All of th­ese pupils done the school very proud in each role they played.

Kieran said:“The Mass showed how far reach­ing the char­ity has be­come and the great work that it does. The pupils loved this ex­pe­ri­ence and were glad we were able to be a part of it, es­pe­cially as it was own own parish which we have grown up in.”

Af­ter­wards, the pupils got to meet First Min­is­ter Ni­cola Stur­geon, who posed for sev­eral self­ies with them.

First class Trinity High School pupils with First Min­is­ter Ni­cola Stur­geon

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