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Ferry farm hosts women’s institute

LARGIESIDE

FORTIFIED with lunch from a farm dining table Largieside SWI’s AGM sailed past.

President Helen Steel thanked the committee for their support during the last year and asked for nominations for the coming season which will restart in September. The out come was as follows: President: Helen Steel, vice president Linda Hutchinson, secretary Enid Williams, treasurer Rita Alps, press secretary Jessie Main, raffles Pat Rawson. Trophies were presented as follows: MacGregor Smith trophy for most points in winter competitions: Adrienne Bradly, runner up Helen Steel, SWI cup for most points in arts, handicrafts and baking at bulb show: Enid Williams, runner up Pat Rawson; Hebridean cup for most points in floral art at bulb show:

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