Ritchie Poole, won three amazing awards at the Sea Cadets’ annual ceremony last week. He won his awards for ‘most boating hours’, ‘Fundraiser of the year for 2017’ and also ‘Outstanding Achievement’, which is presented to cadets that make the most of the cadet experience.
Well done Ritchie!
Erin Hunter, S3, has been helping with an amazing National Project.
Hunters of Kinross Scottish Craft Butchers are heading a National Initiative ‘Butchers at The Heart of Communities’.
The initiative was developed by Pamela Hunter from Hunters of Kinross Butchers and Carol Smillie, a keen supporter of the Save a Life Scotland campaign. They were joined by around 30 butchers from throughout Scotland at the launch.
The main aim of the initiative is to help and encourage people living in communities throughout Scotland to be ready and confident to deliver CPR to a person who has suffered a cardiac arrest.
They are targeting 400 Scottish Craft Butcher Shops in High Streets & Towns across Scotland with support from Scottish Ambulance Service and Save a Life Scotland Campaign.
Erin has been helping her mum over the past year as the group trained 560 people in Kinross how to do CPR & use Defibrillators. The town of Kinross now also has 7 public accessible Defibrillators on walls across the town.
11 September 2018 (including AGM)
13 November 2018
15 January 2019
26 February 2019
23 April 2019
28 May 2019
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Daniel picked up two club gold medals and a silver in the Scottish bowhunter champions. Amie-Louise picked up two club gold medals and gold at the Scottish bowhunters as well as getting her first Scottish record (which she is being surprisingly modest about!)
Well done to you both. We are all very proud of you!