A welcome reaction to ceilidh cash

Kilsyth Rotaract Club. Debbie Owen from REACT receives a �741.50 cheque from (left to right) President of Kilsyth Rotaract Philip Arnott, Kilsyth Rotaract member John Revie, Rotaract Distrisct Chairman 1020 David Breton and Kilsyth Rotary President Charles Coulthard.
Kilsyth Rotaract Club. Debbie Owen from REACT receives a �741.50 cheque from (left to right) President of Kilsyth Rotaract Philip Arnott, Kilsyth Rotaract member John Revie, Rotaract Distrisct Chairman 1020 David Breton and Kilsyth Rotary President Charles Coulthard.

FUNDS raised via a hugely successful ceilidh, organised by Kilsyth Rotaract Club, were donated to a worthy cause last week.

Charity REACT, Rapid Effective Assistance for Children with Potentially Terminal Illnesses, were handed a cheque for more than £740.

Members of the Rotaract Club, along with friends and family, danced the night away in the Coachman Hotel back in February.

Ceilidh band Sporran to be Wild ensured everyone had a great time.

Pictured are, from left to right, president of Kilsyth Rotaract Philip Arnott, Kilsyth Rotaract member John Revie, Rotaract district chairman 1020 David Breton and president of the Rotary Club of Kilsyth, Charles Coulthard and Debbie Owen from REACT.