Community dedication at Christmas

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Many dedicated people make life in Kintyre extra special and this week’s Courier is full of them.

Donnie and Kate Mckerral, featured on the front page, have not just built a great business they have provided employment for many others.

They are not alone, teachers have given hours of free time to ensure smooth shows and Christmas events.

A pair of Campbeltown constables, found a few moments and arrested the Grinch bringing smiles to the nation.

Many workers are in the Christmas spirit.

One McFadyen’s builder, at CGS, has spent the week with a Santa hat over his helmet.

Councillor Kelly’s 17 years of public elected service and dedication to South Kintyre and Argyll has been recognised.

Grammar school pupils hearing that Kintyre Foodbank was low on stocks have helped fill the gap with cash and donations.

Even the Courier has received some praise as the community’s voice.

The five pence price rise, inspired Frances Hill, at Muneroy, to create a meringue facsimilie front page and it featured on journalism website Hold The Front