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A trio of kind-hearted elves delivered more than 30 hampers of donated goodies to elderly and deserving citizens across Campbeltown in the days before Christmas.
Campbeltown Grammar School students Casey Mackenzie, Carla Cameron-Smith and Caitlin Collett, assisted by Mandy Robertson, development worker at youth support group The Hub, and Nona Ruesgen, manager at Kintyre Alcohol and Drugs Advisory Service, delivered the hampers last Tuesday and Wednesday.
The thoughtful girls came up with the idea during a leadership class at school and launched an appeal for donations.