A Most Exceptional Tea Party
Yes, another successful and highly enjoyable Tea Party was held at the Nairn Community and Arts Cente on 27 September. Well-attended as usual, this year's event proved a hit, with musical entertainment from James Ross and his quartet, and a fascinating quiz based on photos of familiar spots in Nairn taken from unusual perspectives, coupled with a great raffle and of course lashings of great food!
The Rotary Club, Inner Wheel and Friends turned out to make this a great auccess - thanks to everyone who participated or suported the event, and to everyone who attended and/or donated.
Successful RYLA candidates
Nairn Academy pupils Eilidh Smith and Alasdair
Beaton presented an interesting account of their experience on the RYLA course at a recent Rotary lunch, and were presented with their Certificates of Achievement from their sponsors, the
Rotary Club of Nairn. The successful pupils are shown here, with (left) Christine Mackenzie, Nairn
RYLA and Youth team leader, and (right) Sheena Macgillivray District RYLA
girl’s camp leader 2019.
The pupils successfully took part in the Rotary
Youth Leadership Awards programme (RYLA) held at Abernethy Trust Nethybridge in
The week long residential course saw them
experience activities including hill and gorge walking, canoeing, mountain
biking and many more. They developed leadership skills through group leading
and problem solving in a programme of challenges, fun and adventure.