RNLI coffee morning boosts funds for life-saving service
The Mid Argyll branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) held a coffee morning on Saturday October 6 to raise funds.
Various dedicated volunteers filled Lochgilphead Parish Church Hall with homemade goodies and bottles for sale in a bustling hall to raise funds for a service that ‘saves lives at sea’.
The coffee morning raised a total of £589 for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution through entrance money, a raffle and the sale of RNLI branded goods.
Heather Cameron sold homemade goodies.
Marie Hamilton and Sophie Briane served tea.
Ian Salmon looks after the bottle stall.
Pat McGinley enjoys a cup of tea.