Names to the faces. Remember the fascinating
picture we carried last November of the 1950's
dinner ladies at Carrick
Maybole S-sail into last 16!. SS Peter &
Paul 1 Maybole 3. Maybole secured a place in the last 16 of the Scottish
Amateur Cup for the second year running with a deserved replay win in
Golf Lover has New Zealand off to a Tee.
Maybole businessman Alistair Kidd aims to make a name for himself on the
other side of the world - for a second time.
Maybole Youngsters want a drop-in centre for
advice. Maybole youngsters have appealed for more facilities at the
community wing of Carrick
LOOKING BACK: 25 YEARS AGO. Queen of Carrick
Jackie McCulloch presents Maybole's first Citizen of the Year award to
GP Dr. Harold Grieve ...
of February 16th 2001
INSTALLATION AT MAYBOLE.
BRO Charles Brian Spiers has been installed as Right Worshipful Master
of Lodge Royal Arch Maybole No. 198. The Ceremony took place last
weekend in the Masonic Temple at Whitehall. Installing Masters were Bros
George Maider, Thomas Clewlow and William Dykes.
MASTERS OF ART!
There was something familiar about the paintings that
adorned the walls of Cairn
Primary last Friday. On closer inspection, the work of the masters
sprang to mind.
MAYBOLE PUPILS PAY
THEIR RESPECTS TO BURNS
Decorations do justice to a
delicious lunch. St.
Cuthbert's Primary School dining hall was transformed into a
Scottish shrine when staff, pupils and guests gathered to pay tribute to
the memory of Robert Burns. And the Burns lunch did justice to the
artwork and decorations contributed by every young pupil.
Senior pupils followed their younger
counterparts with equally impressive performances in the well-patronised
The P4-5 winners line up with their certificates.
St. Cuthbert's pupils are all set to tuck in to
their traditional bill o'fare at the school's highly successful Burns
The haggis is carried in by Kerry Foster and
Mrs Marie Christine Simpson.
St. Cuthbert's Primary School pupils proved
they know their Bard when they collected awards in the annual Burns
A string of Saltires provide the backdrop for top-table
officials and guests.
SHINING LIGHTS AT
George Murdoch and the Rev. Tom Bogle with Burns competition winners at
Super six really know their Burns. The beaming
smiles tell their own story ... we're winners.