Ow to party

Her and take to the streets for fun

Rutherglen Reformer - - Landemer Day -

This was a per­for­mance by Dy­namic Dance as part of Camglen Move Week 2017, with rou­tines set to 500 Miles by the Pro­claimers and YMCA by the Village Peo­ple.

Many of the local coun­cil­lors and dig­ni­taries cer­tainly gave a valiant ef­fort in try­ing to re­mem­ber the ex­act moves.

The Queen and her court then de­parted for lunch, and Lan­de­mer reg­u­lars the Un­cle Red Rock band brought their vin­tage rock n’ roll to the stage.

It was then that the rain be­came a down­pour, prompt­ing many to head in­doors, but once the weather im­proved there was fur­ther en­ter­tain­ment. How­ever, girl group Loxie and the Bronx Show Big Band were not able to per­form due to the weather.

De­spite this, many lo­cals were in good cheer.

Proud dad Keith McQuade was there to see his daugh­ter Emma per­form with the Calder­wood choir.

He said: “She got her Lan­de­mer medal for per­form­ing and she’s re­ally chuffed about that.

“They’ve been prac­tis­ing for the past cou­ple of weeks and work­ing hard for to­day, it was nice to see such a good turnout.”

Cam­bus­lang woman June Carol was there with her grand­son Rea­gan.

She said: “It’s al­ways good for the kids, there’s things for them to do and have fun.”

Ruther­glen MSP Clare Haughey said: “I didn’t ex­pect to be do­ing the YMCA but Lan­de­mer Day is al­ways full of sur­prises.

“It’s a great day for the com­mu­nity. The Queen and her court looked fan­tas­tic and so much work goes on be­hind the scenes to make the day go well – we need to give a huge thanks to all the vol­un­teers who make this such a fan­tas­tic day.”

Let’s danceDy­namic Dance put ev­ery­one through their paces with their en­er­getic dance moves

Stall right now The 20 So­cial Club did good busi­ness

Watch­ing on A good crowd turned out

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