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Guild Outing 2019

The Guild Outing to Ayr was on Wednesday 22 May. Members departed at 10:00am and returned to the Church in Kilsyth around 8:00pm. The Guild ladies enjoyed a high tea at Carlton Hotel, Ayr. 

Session 2018-2019

February / March 2019

To finish off our 2018-19 session, we had our closing concert with the wonderful "New Day Singers".  The previous week it was the AGM with entertainment from the Church Choir. 

During February, we had a fun Beetle Drive and with all the laughing that went on, everyone seemed to have a good time.

Mrs Maggie Lunnan came along on 18 February with a talk on how to relax your body; most enjoyable.

Our project evening on 11 February was a talk called "Malawi Oranges" which was most enlightening.

We had a demonstration the previous week with Mrs Paxton and her hats.

January 2019

On 28 January, we celebrated Burns' Night with entertainment by Jill Stevenson and her father.

Our first meeting of the New Year was a movie night; the movie was Paddington 2 which everyone really enjoyed. At the interval, ice cream was served.

On Monday 21 January, Gail Patrick came along with her two search and rescue dogs. Taz (a collie) and Louis (a French bulldog). This was a very interesting and enlightening evening, learning about the work that search and rescue dogs are called out to do.

The photograph shows Gail with Louis and a visitor from Canada with Taz.

Dates for February and March 2019:

  Monday 4, Nancy Paxton "Hat Lady"

  11 February, Project - Malawi

  18 February, Mrs Maggie Lunnan

  25 February, Beetle Drive

    4 March, AGM

  11 March, Closing Concert - New Day Singers

Session 2017-2018

The Guild held its Christmas Dinner at the Coachman on 10 December.

 

On 3 December, we held an auction with Margaret Wren as the auctioneer.

The Guild ladies each brought an item which was then auctioned.

The Guild celebrated St Andrew's night on 26 November when we were entertained by the Ian Walker band. A most enjoyable evening was had by all.

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