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Saturday March 24, 2001
Arran’s primary school children took part in the annual Burns verse speaking competition last week. The winners are seen here with Councillor John Sillars. 01_B13tweY01
Burns poetry judge Stewart Lambie presents P3-P4 boys winner Keith Anderson with his trophy. 01_B13tweY02
Bus driver Willie Duff got into the spirit of Red Nose Day last Friday and gave his passengers something to smile about. 01_B13tweY03
Cheesecake was back on the menu at the Cameronia last Saturday night as the band made their first appearance of the year with new guitarist Andy McCallum. They are, from left to right, Jimmi the Barber, Duncan Russell, Ian Winters and Andy. 01_B13tweY04
All the pool prize winners at the Drift Inn last Thursday night. They are, left to right, Dennis Smith, Melanie Battershill, Arthur Duncan, Ewan Lataona, Gordon Davidson and Eddie Picken. 01_B13tweY05
Work is at last underway on the new terminal building at Ardrossan which it is hoped will be completed by mid-June. 01_B13tweY06