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Songs of yesteryear provided the soundtrack at a senior citizens’ tea dance.
Last week, the Courier published an article on the Monday Social Club’s final tea dance of the year in Campbeltown’s Lodge St John’s No 141, which raised £217 for the club’s funds.
Here are some more photographs of those who danced the afternoon away to music courtesy of singer Robert McCallum and accordionist Alex MacKinnon.
Anne Thomson enjoyed a dance with her cousin Archie Fraser and his partner Lilias Nixon, who travelled from Johnstone. 50_c43teadance02
Cathy Duncan and Isabel Conley, who recently celebrated her 80th birthday, enjoyed and sing and a dance. 50_c43teadance03
Almost everybody was on the dance floor at times. 50_c43teadance04
Residents from Kintyre Care Home enjoyed an afternoon out. 50_c43teadance05
Accordionist Alex MacKinnon. 50_c43teadance06
Singer Robert McCallum. 50_c43teadance07
Susan Ellis, Cathy Duncan, Betty Mason, Veronica Martin and Catherine McDougall helped in the kitchen. 50_c43teadance08