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  1. So on Thursday 21st June I'm going to attempt to play 4 rounds of golf (72 holes) in one day to raise money for a local charity in Aberdeen which I am the Chairman for aimed at starting up a Men's Shed. I'd love to raise as much money as possible and having been on the board here for a number of years now, and asked Scotty for permission, I'm reaching out to as many people as possible for support. It's a charity run solely by volunteers aimed at improving the life's of mainly retired men and tackle social isolation and every penny, minus Just Giving fees, will go straight into the charity. Please come and sponsor me.
  2. Kudos to young Marc Hurst for donating his prized ICT possessions to the Raigmore Children's Ward appeal .... Marc, as many of you will know is the son of "Mrs Jnr" (nee 'cutecaleychick') and stepson of Gringo Jnr on these very boards and like his stepdad (and the rest of us) very proud of his ICT gear .... Must have been a big wrench to give it away, but he managed to raise a very commendable £225 for the cause. Well done Marc ! Full Story in the Courier