Brave Lydia shares her journey
Rutherglen Rotary heard from a very brave speaker recently.
They were visited by Kirsty Nimmo, a fundraiser for Cancer Support Scotland, and Lydia Jack, who is bravely battling the disease.
Lydia spoke of her difficult and challenging experiences as a cancer sufferer and the tremendous work that Cancer Support Scotland do in helping her through.
Kirsty described what Cancer Support Scotland provides in terms emotional and practical support on a one to one basis.
The Rotary Club’s Andy Cattanach said: “Club members were tremendously impressed by Lydia and President Ian Wilson expressed their appreciation and thanks to both her and to Kirsty for enlightening them on the great work that the charity does for cancer sufferers and those who care for them.”
More information on the charity can be found at www. cancersupportscotland.org
More information on Rutherglen Rotary can be found at www. rutherglen.rotary1230.org. They meet on Thursdays at the King’s Park Hotel at 5.30pm for a 6pm.
Brave Lydia Jack (on left) with Kirsty Nimmo, Fundraiser for Cancer Support Scotland and Rutherglen Rotary Club President Ian Wilson