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Selkirk Rotarians’ fundraising on a stable footing

Selkirk Rotarians have been horsing around   all in the cause of fun, fellowship and, above all, supporting charities.
First at the starting line was Cree, one of the horses used by Borders-based Stable Life, an organisation which supports vulnerable children and young people by teaching them life skills through horses and their environment.
Cree was treated to the usual friendly Rotary club gathering welcome when he arrived at the bar in Selkirks County Hotel  even being offered a drink by club president Jim McPherson. The horse was accompanied by Stable Life volunteers who benefited from a club donation in excess of �300. The cash has enabled them to purchase six blouson jackets for volunteers to use while working with the horses during the sessions with young people.

Selkirk Rotarians have been horsing around  all in the cause of fun, fellowship and, above all, supporting charities. First at the starting line was Cree, one of the horses used by Borders-based Stable Life, an organisation which supports vulnerable children and young people by teaching them life skills through horses and their environment. Cree was treated to the usual friendly Rotary club gathering welcome when he arrived at the bar in Selkirks County Hotel  even being offered a drink by club president Jim McPherson. The horse was accompanied by Stable Life volunteers who benefited from a club donation in excess of �300. The cash has enabled them to purchase six blouson jackets for volunteers to use while working with the horses during the sessions with young people.

Selkirk Rotarians have been horsing around – all in the cause of fun, fellowship and, above all, supporting charities.

First at the starting line was Cree, one of the horses used by Borders-based Stable Life, an organisation which supports vulnerable children and young people by teaching them life skills through horses and their environment.

Cree was treated to the usual friendly Rotary club gathering welcome when he arrived at the bar in Selkirk’s County Hotel – even being offered a drink by club president Jim McPherson. The horse was accompanied by Stable Life volunteers who benefited from a club donation in excess of £300. The cash has enabled them to purchase six blouson jackets for volunteers to use while working with the horses during the sessions with young people.

Other guests had been invited to receive cheques from the club.

Selkirk Parish Church benefitted from a donation of £1,000 towards roof repairs and Borders Exploration Group members, including three local young people, who are heading to Malawi later this year collected £500.

Two days later and Rotarians were putting their money on horses of a different nature when their annual dinner took the form of a horse-racing night at the town’s rugby club. This time the horses were on film and board, and visitors from other Borders Rotary clubs joined in the fun.

z The photograph shows Stable Life volunteers with Cree and Selkirk Rotary Club president Jim McPherson outside the County Hotel.

 

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