Cam­bus­nethan

Wishaw Press - - DISTRICT NEWS -

Cam­bus­nethan Old and Morn­ing­side Parish Church ser­vice is on Sun­day at 11.30am, led by locum min­is­ter, Mr Ian White. Any­one seek­ing a pas­toral visit can con­tact Mr White on 01555 8900704, or their elder who will ar­range a visit. The lunch club meets from 11.30am to 12.45pm on Fri­days in the church halls. New mem­bers al­ways wel­come, and Irene An­der­son can be con­tacted on 01698 359079. Par­ents’ and tod­dlers’ group is on Wed­nes­days, from 9.30am to 11.30am. New mem­bers wel­come. Girls’ Brigade runs on Wed­nes­days in the church halls. Ex­plor­ers runs at 6.15-7.15pm, with Ju­niors at 7-8pm, and Bri­gaders from 7.30-9pm. The Boys’ Brigade’s Ju­nior sec­tion, for P4-P6, is on Mon­days at 7-9pm, and on Tues­days, An­chor Boys for P1-P3, gather from 6-7pm in the large hall Cam­bus­nethan Club Thurs­day, so­cial danc­ing in the con­cert hall plus cash bingo; Fri­day, cabaret and danc­ing with Don­nie Find­lay plus bingo; Satur­day, cabaret and danc­ing in con­cert hall with top vo­cal­ists, Des Dee and Shan­non. Bingo, snow­ball of £150 and trea­sure chest. Mon­day, danc­ing with Don­nie Find­lay and bingo, and Slim­ming World class on Tues­days at 7.30pm. Book­ings are now be­ing taken for party nights - danc­ing to Fam­ily Af­fair; tick­ets £22 per per­son. List for the New Year’s dance is up in the club­house for sign­ing. Pre-show meals avail­able for par­ties on Satur­days. Phone Robin - 07799000765 or check out on Face­book. Free hall hire for any kind of func­tion with a res­i­dent caterer. To book - phone 01698 384528. There is also free Wi-fi avail­able. look­ing for in­for­ma­tion and ad­vice on re­search­ing their fam­ily tree will be made most wel­come. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on any of the above, con­tact Emma Tay­lor, com­mu­nity learn­ing and de­vel­op­ment worker on 01698 274347. Bowl­ing Club Prize win­ners for the 2018 sea­son were as fol­lows: gents cham­pi­onship Ross Mcguin­ness, run­ner up David John­ston; pres­i­dents Henry Mil­lar, run­ner up Des Kelly; all win­ners Craig Hare, run­ner up Des Kelly; hand­i­cap Ge­orge Dick, run­ner up John Rat­tray; non win­ners John Wat­son, run­ner up W Mclaugh­lan; se­nior cham­pi­onship Jim Wil­son, run­ner up Har­vey Stevenson; nom­i­na­tion pairs Gavin Blair/ Sandy Gard­ner, run­ners up Neil John­ston/ David John­ston; club pairs Jim John­ston/andy Tat­ter­sall, run­ners up Craig John­ston/jim Rat­tray; nom­i­na­tion triples Ian Dunne/alan Boyd/ Craig Hare, run­ners up Henry Mil­lar/ Neil John­ston/david John­ston; club triples W Mclaugh­lan/ge­orge Dick/ Davie Den­holm, run­ners up Bob Bayne/ross Mcguin­ness/john Blair; two bowl sin­gles David John­ston, run­ner up Gavin Blair; in­vi­ta­tion triples D Med­hurst/g Cook/g Mccann. Ladies cham­pi­onship and pres­i­dents Cather­ine Rich­mond, run­ner up Pamela Hill; rose bowl Mar­ion Mcnally, run­ner up Cather­ine Rich­mond; nom­i­na­tion pairs Mar­garet Gra­ham/ Cather­ine Rich­mond, run­ners up Cathy Find­lay/janette Devine; club pairs Rena Tait/cather­ine Rich­mond, run­ners up Dav­ina Mcewan/pamela Hill. Ju­niors cham­pi­onship Lau­ren Wat­son, run­ner up Zoe Mar­cell; mixed nom­i­na­tion pairs Tom Craig/ Mar­ion Mcnally, run­ners up Jim Wil­son/betty Wil­son; ABR mixed triples John Hill/lena Gray/des Kelly, run­ners up Jim and Betty Wil­son/cal­lum Mil­lar; Gala day game Martin Connelly/derek Med­hurst/david Wight/ Jim John­ston. Gents Scot­tish sin­gles at North­field was won by David John­ston; ladies Scot­tish se­nior fours at North­field was won by Cather­ine Rich­mond, Rena Tate, Mar­garet Gra­ham and Cathy Find­lay. Struthers Pen­te­costal Church Weekly meet­ings are held on Wed­nes­days at 7.30pm in the Old Gospel Hall, Bon­kle Road. New­mains Brass Band are per­form­ing a con­cert in Colt­ness Memo­rial church on Fri­day. To co­in­cide with the cen­te­nary of the Armistice, they will per­form, for the first time ever, a new spe­cially com­mis­sioned piece. En­trance is free; tick­ets can be ob­tained by phon­ing 07852820900.

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