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As reported in last week’s Oban Times, the Oban Gaelic Choir participated in the world-renowned choral festival held in Tallinn, Estonia, every five years.
It was a very successful trip, thoroughly enjoyed by all 35 members who took pride in promoting our Gaelic culture and music.
Oban Rotary, in line with its tradition of supporting such initiatives, donated £500 to the cost of the trip and the choir’s treasurer, Margaret Farmer, is seen here accepting the cheque from Rotary president Douglas Small.
Also in the picture are choir members, conductor Sileas Sinclair, Mary Catherine MacLean, Rhionna MacCormick along with Rotarians Iain MacIntyre, Terry Macnair, Ian MacInnes and Kees van Rein.