New dawn for fund-raising

BAGGING CASH: A recent bag pack staged Asda in Forfar to raise money for the New Dawn Children's House in Nepal run by local woman Helen Henderson from Letham was a great success, raising �50. Bag pack organiser Karen Munro said: "I would like to say a huge thank you to Andrea Logan, community liaison at Asda, and all the staff and customers who so generously donated. The sum of �1 feeds one of the children for a day so �250 will feed all the children for almost a month! The check-out staff were lovely and not only did we raise a fantastic sum for a worthwhile cause but we all had a good time doing it! We had a really good laugh with lots of the customers! I was especially proud of the teenage lads who helped us pack - they were amazing! Thank you so much Scott Ritchie, Joe McIntosh, Glen Gauld and Ross Gauld - you are all definitely on Santa's good list!" Pictured from left are Ross Gauld, Joe McIntosh, Scott Ritchie and Glen Gauld with some of the check-out staff they worked with.
BAGGING CASH: A recent bag pack staged Asda in Forfar to raise money for the New Dawn Children's House in Nepal run by local woman Helen Henderson from Letham was a great success, raising �50. Bag pack organiser Karen Munro said: "I would like to say a huge thank you to Andrea Logan, community liaison at Asda, and all the staff and customers who so generously donated. The sum of �1 feeds one of the children for a day so �250 will feed all the children for almost a month! The check-out staff were lovely and not only did we raise a fantastic sum for a worthwhile cause but we all had a good time doing it! We had a really good laugh with lots of the customers! I was especially proud of the teenage lads who helped us pack - they were amazing! Thank you so much Scott Ritchie, Joe McIntosh, Glen Gauld and Ross Gauld - you are all definitely on Santa's good list!" Pictured from left are Ross Gauld, Joe McIntosh, Scott Ritchie and Glen Gauld with some of the check-out staff they worked with.

A recent bag pack staged at Asda in Forfar to raise money for the New Dawn Children’s House in Nepal run by local woman Helen Henderson from Letham was a great success, raising £250.

Bag pack organiser Karen Munro said: “I would like to say a huge thank you to Andrea Logan, community liaison at Asda, and all the staff and customers who so generously donated.

“The sum of £1 feeds one of the children for a day so £250 will feed all the children for almost a month! The check-out staff were lovely and, not only did we raise a fantastic sum for a worthwhile cause, but we all had a good time doing it! We had a really good laugh with lots of the customers.

“I was especially proud of the teenage lads who helped us pack - they were amazing! Thank you so much Scott Ritchie, Joe McIntosh, Glen Gauld and Ross Gauld - you are all definitely on Santa’s good list!”

Pictured from left are Ross Gauld, Joe McIntosh, Scott Ritchie and Glen Gauld with some of the check-out staff they worked with.