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Inner Wheel support for Rainbow Room

As part of Inner Wheel anniversary celebrations nationwide, clubs have been asked to donate a wheeled gift within their local community.
The Kirriemuir branch chose the Rainbow Room at Southmuir Primary for children with additional support needs.
The photograph shows pupil James Fordyce and Christine Farquhar (Support for Learning Assistant) accepting the gifts on behalf of the Rainbow Room children from Kirriemuir Inner Wheel president Frances Havenga (far left) and vice president Gladys Giles (far right).
Send in your club news to news@forfardispatch.com

As part of Inner Wheel anniversary celebrations nationwide, clubs have been asked to donate a wheeled gift within their local community. The Kirriemuir branch chose the Rainbow Room at Southmuir Primary for children with additional support needs. The photograph shows pupil James Fordyce and Christine Farquhar (Support for Learning Assistant) accepting the gifts on behalf of the Rainbow Room children from Kirriemuir Inner Wheel president Frances Havenga (far left) and vice president Gladys Giles (far right). Send in your club news to news@forfardispatch.com

As part of Inner Wheel anniversary celebrations nationwide, clubs have been asked to donate a “wheeled” gift within their local community.

The Kirriemuir branch chose the Rainbow Room at Southmuir Primary for children with additional support needs.

The photograph shows pupil James Fordyce and Christine Farquhar (Support for Learning Assistant) accepting the gifts on behalf of the Rainbow Room children from Kirriemuir Inner Wheel president Frances Havenga (far left) and vice-president Gladys Giles (far right).

Send in your club news to news@forfardispatch.com

 

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