Reddingmuirhead news from Thursday, April 10

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Girls’ Brigade

1st Reddingmuirhead GB company’s Brigaders section held their Annual Presentation Evening on March 26. The girls were inspected by Divisional Commissioner, Beth Young, who then presented them with the following awards:- Certificate of attendance and 5 years service - Sophie Sheppard. 1st Brigader Triangle - Jade Highets (1 year service), Charlie Muir (5 years service) and Charlotte Soper (8 years service). 2nd Brigader Triangle - Marcia Hair, Louise McCaig and Beth Young (all 7 years service), Kayleigh Graham, Kirstie Heeps, Beth Hunter, Lucy Robertson, Charlotte Stirling and Hayley Smith (all 8 years service). 3rd Brigader Triangle - Hollie Richardson (6 years service), Rebecca Soper (8 yearrs service) and Lynsey Johnston (9 years service). The second highest award acheivable within GB is the Brigader Brooch which was presented to Rebecca Lewis. Gillian Anderson receoved her 13 years’ service badge. Church Attendance:- Kayleigh Graham, Charlotte Soper and Rebecca Soper. Perfect Attendance:- Beth Hunter, Louise McCaig and Lucy Robertson. Best Brigader: Beth Hunter. The girls then gave demonstrations to their parents and guests of the badgework they had looked at this year. Beth Hunter and Gillian Anderson were also recognised for presenting the company at the recent Divisional Brigader Competition, where they came in 3rd. Leaders, Fiona Macfarlane and Fiona McPhait thanked all the girls for the hard work they had put into their badgework this year. There will be an informal evening in May for Brigaders to attend. The comnpany’s end of session service will be on Sunday, May 25. A good attendance is asked for as there will be leaders being commisssioned as officers having successfully completed their officer training.

Methodist Church

On Sunday morning a very warm welcome is extended to all attending worship at Wallacestone Methodist Church - Forbes Dewar and John MacDonald. Rev. Dr. Mark Jason from Stirling, conduct the service. As usual, all are very welcome to catch-up with friends over coffee/tea after devotions.