Boys’ Bri­gade drilled on serv­ing mince pies

Campbeltown Courier - - NEWS -

An army of young­sters helped boost funds at a Boys’ Bri­gade (BB) cof­fee morn­ing. Pri­mary school-aged boys from the 1st Camp­bel­town Com­pany BB lined up to be given their orders on which ta­bles to serve last Satur­day. Mince pies and other fes­tive treats were de­liv­ered with mil­i­tary po­si­tion while pip­ing hot tea and cof­fee was served by su­per­vis­ing adults. The young re­cruits from An­chor Boys and Ju­nior Sec­tion also helped their par­ents run bak­ing and lucky dip stalls and a guess the num­ber of sweets in the jar com­pe­ti­tion. The Lorne and Low­land Church Hall event raised £458.40 for the com­pany’s funds. A spokesper­son said: ‘The boys would like to thank all who sup­ported this event by be­ing there or do­nat­ing bak­ing, etc.’


Alis­ter Nimmo, cap­tain of the 1st Camp­bel­town Com­pany, with some of the boys who helped at the cof­fee morn­ing.


Fin­lay Ram­say, Rob­bie Ram­say and Mur­ray Mackay helped their mums Lind­say Ram­say and Va­lerie Mackay be­hind the bak­ing stall.

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