Fun times in the Army
Kids enjoy holiday club
The Salvation Army held a fun day at their King Street hall last week.
Plenty of local youngsters turned out and they were clearly having a great time.
Major Morag Watkins of the Salvation Army was delighted with how the day had gone.
She said: “It went very well and we had quite a lot of children who were very enthusiastic.
“There was a bouncy castle, skittles to knock over, a tuck shop and games where you are throwing frisbees on to a mat.
“We also had a face-painting stall that was very popular with the children.
“There was an area for the smaller children to play in with games suited to them.
“Patch the dog also visited them. Patch is always very popular with the children and everyone was having an excellent time.”
Last week the Reformer told how Morag and her husband, Major Mike Watkins, are set to retire from their duties at the charity at the end of this year.
The couple have been based in Rutherglen for the past two-and-a-half years and plan to move to Lincoln once they have retired.
Red alert Amy Keane ran a popular face-painting stall
Bowled over Lexi MacDonald (2) gets ready to play 10 pin
Dog days Patch plays a game with Riley Rush (4)