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Argyll charity chief exec resigns after investigation

Oban Rotary Club’s Christmas carol concert played to a full house. The Oban Bach Orchestra, under the direction of Norman Nicholson, continues to be the cornerstone of the event in terms of the carol singing, ably supported by Dunbeg, Lochnell and Rockfield school choirs, the Sequence Choir, the Boogies, Oban and Lorne Strathspey and Reel Society, and Oban Community Singers. Prayers were led by the Reverend Chris Fulcher, with spiritual readings from Oban High School head boy Ruaridh Horn and head girl Mila Bicanova, plus two senior Rotarians. The event was warmly compered by Rotary president Tommy McQuade and the sum of £494.75 was raised by way of donations which will be distributed to nominated charities.
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