Tee-off benefits hospice charity

Kenny Wotherspoon and Iain MacKechnie from the Kenny Wotherspoon Plumbing and Heating team presented a cheque to  hospice fundraiser David Evans. Also pictured is Eddie Thornton from Oban Rotary Club.

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Oban Hospice has received £120 from this year’s Oban Golf Am-Am competition runners up.

Kenny Wotherspoon and Iain MacKechnie from the Kenny Wotherspoon Plumbing and Heating team presented a cheque to hospice fundraiser David Evans.

As with previous successes at the Rotary Am-Am, the team from Kenny Wotherspoon Plumbing and Heating, which also included Brian MacKechnie and Gavin Hill, elected for their prize to be converted into cash for Oban Hospice Dove Centre and its Cairdeas Befriending Support Service.

Kenny Wotherspoon said: ‘The team enjoyed a great day of golf at Glencruitten and it is good to support the work of Oban Hospice with this donation.’

Eddie Thornton from the Rotary Club added: ‘The Am-Am, played in beautiful weather, was a great success. The amount raised from the tournament, as with all our funding raised locally, supports local charities and youth organisations. Thank you to everyone who took part.’

David Evans, on behalf of Oban Hospice fundraisers, said: ‘We are grateful to Kenny and his team for their generous donation and to Oban Rotary for the continued support of Oban Hospice.’

 

Caption: Kenny Wotherspoon and Iain MacKechnie from the Kenny Wotherspoon Plumbing and Heating team present a cheque to hospice fundraiser David Evans as Eddie Thornton, right, from Oban Rotary Club looks on.
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