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Gordon shells out for children’s ward

Local Rotarians were delighted when Beverley Turner at the Jedburgh Chocolate Shop offered to donate a huge chocolate Easter egg as a raffle prize, tickets to be sold in aid of Rotary funds.
Jedburgh club president Gordon Stuart and his wife, Jane, went into the shop to stock up on chocolate and bought some raffle tickets  his ticket turned out to be the winning one!
Gordon decided to donate his prize to Borders General Hospitals childrens ward and the photograph shows him presenting the egg to charge nurse Fiona McWhinnie and staff nurse Ann Chalmers.
The raffle raised about�50.

Local Rotarians were delighted when Beverley Turner at the Jedburgh Chocolate Shop offered to donate a huge chocolate Easter egg as a raffle prize, tickets to be sold in aid of Rotary funds. Jedburgh club president Gordon Stuart and his wife, Jane, went into the shop to stock up on chocolate and bought some raffle tickets  his ticket turned out to be the winning one! Gordon decided to donate his prize to Borders General Hospitals childrens ward and the photograph shows him presenting the egg to charge nurse Fiona McWhinnie and staff nurse Ann Chalmers. The raffle raised about�50.

Local Rotarians were delighted when Beverley Turner at the Jedburgh Chocolate Shop offered to donate a huge chocolate Easter egg as a raffle prize, tickets to be sold in aid of Rotary funds.

Jedburgh Rotary Club president Gordon Stuart and his wife, Jane, called in at the shop to stock up on chocolate and bought some raffle tickets –and his ticket turned out to be the egg-winning one!

Gordon decided to donate his prize to Borders General Hospital’s children’s ward and the photograph shows him presenting the egg to charge nurse Fiona McWhinnie and staff nurse Ann Chalmers.

The raffle raised about£50.

 

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