Ro­tary’s Christ­mas event goes like a fair

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It’s a busy time of year for him, but Santa Claus found time to spend a few hours in Lochgilp­head to say hello-ho-ho.

A long queue of ex­cited chil­dren, and adults filled with fes­tive cheer, waited for an au­di­ence with Santa at his Lochgilp­head Grotto on Satur­day De­cem­ber 1.

Mid Ar­gyll Ro­tary mem­bers were joined at their Christ­mas fair in Lochgilp­head Par­ish Church Hall by 19th Ar­gyll Scouts and their helpers, who pro­vided tea, cof­fee and home bak­ing. The an­nual Mid Ar­gyll Ro­tary Christ­mas raf­fle was drawn, with the pro­ceeds go­ing to good causes through­out the area.

Photo: Ve­rina Lit­ster.

Sis­ters Agatha and Matilda White.

Photo: Ve­rina Lit­ster.

Cammy, McKenna and Greyson Mac­don­ald.

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The Scouts worked hard at the Ro­tary Christ­mas fair.

Photo: Ve­rina Lit­ster.

The youngest vis­i­tor to Santa’s grotto was five-day-old Jes­sica Gibb.

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Santa’s lit­tle helpers – Hi­lary Simp­son and Su­san Peace.

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