Jen­nifer to be Lan­de­mer Queen

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Staff reporter

The Lan­de­mer com­mit­tee have un­veiled this year’s court.

Twelve-year-old Cathkin High pupil Jen­nifer McLaugh­lin will have the hon­our of be­ing this year’s Queen, tak­ing over from Stonelaw’s Katie White­side.

Jen­nifer’s ladies in wait­ing will in­clude her school­mates Evie Brightey and Lau­ren Thom­son, both 12.

Also in the Queen’s court will be Katie Her­raghty and Eilidh Cur­rie, both 12, from Trin­ity; Kirsty Fal­coner, 13, and JamieDrew McBride, 12, from Ruther­glen High; and Louise Gra­ham and Eva John­ston, who will rep­re­sent Stonelaw.

This year’s event will take place in Main Street on Satur­day, June 11.

Or­gan­is­ers are ex­pect­ing an­other great day, with a host of ac­tiv­i­ties, stalls and en­ter­tain­ment on of­fer.

Lan­de­mer com­mit­tee sec­re­tary Ian Dun­can said:“With Burn­hill Sports Cen­tre clos­ing, we have a slight prob­lem with where we are go­ing to store the stage.

“It may be we need to put it in an in­dus­trial unit un­til we find a suit­able place.

“Other than that, the or­gan­i­sa­tion is go­ing fine. We al­ready have a num­ber of stalls and we’ve al­ready put our ap­pli­ca­tion in for a li­cence. All the usual sus­pects want to be in­volved and many of the acts we had on last year will be re­turn­ing.”

Any­one who wanst to help with some­where to store the Lan­de­mer stage can con­tact Ian by call­ing 07771997902.

Queen Jen­nifer Jen­nifer McLaugh­lin (front cen­tre) with her Lan­de­mer court

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