Com­mu­nity ded­i­ca­tion at Christ­mas

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Many ded­i­cated peo­ple make life in Kin­tyre ex­tra spe­cial and this week’s Courier is full of them. Don­nie and Kate McKer­ral, fea­tured on the front page, have not just built a great busi­ness they have pro­vided em­ploy­ment for many oth­ers. They are not alone; teach­ers have given hours of free time to en­sure smooth shows and Christ­mas events. A pair of Camp­bel­town con­sta­bles, found a few mo­ments and ar­rested the Grinch, bring­ing smiles to the na­tion. Many work­ers are in the Christ­mas spirit. One McFadyen’s builder, at CGS, has spent the week with a Santa hat over his hel­met. Coun­cil­lor Kelly’s 17 years of pub­lic elected ser­vice and ded­i­ca­tion to South Kin­tyre and Ar­gyll has been recog­nised. Gram­mar school pupils hear­ing that Kin­tyre Food­bank was low on stocks have helped fill the gap with cash and do­na­tions. Even the Courier has re­ceived some praise as the com­mu­nity’s voice. The five pence price rise, in­spired Frances Hill, at Muneroy, to cre­ate a meringue fac­sim­i­lie front page and it fea­tured on jour­nal­ism web­site Hold The Front

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