Sunday, June 29, 2014

Nairn County Reunion - doors open at 12 midday today (Sun 29th) at the Legion - music, food, top prize for raffle

The latest this morning from the reunion organiser Donald Graham:

"The day for the reunion has finally arrived. I hope that those that are planning to attend have a great day and get to catch up with as many people as possible.
Food will be available, cooked by Donnie Macleod, and we are asking if you could make a one pound donation each time you visit the bbq to help cover costs.
The raffle will be drawn at 4pm and dont worry you will have plenty time to buy a raffle ticket at one pound a ticket.

We now have a top prize secured. It is a nights dinner, bed and breakfast in a hotel owned by the Crerar chain. Their hotels can be viewed on 

Many thanks to Kevin Staines for sourcing this prize.
All monies raised go to cover the costs in arranging this event, and any profit will go to the NCFC Youth Development.

Doors open at 12, food available from then. Live music starts at 12.15 and the event will be officially started by Ian Thain at approx 12.45."


E Bird said...

Yay and the fund raising machine continues to rumble

Sounds too as though we have Nairn's first Pound Slot

Graisg said...

You sound cynical this fine sunny morning E Bird.
You may or not be interested to know that entry is free and any profit today will go to the development of youth teams - It costs a lot to keep them on the road too. Why not pop down and try the food too - £1 a shot to cover costs, this observer is looking forward to an ample portion of Donnie MacLeod's excellent veggie lasagne.
NCFC 100 years in the Highland League and still going strong. All welcome today - perhaps see you later.

Donald said...

E Bird better get used to it. Many charities and local organisations are sustained year on year by the generosity of the people of Nairn. Instead of gurning, he/she should get involved and help some of them. Nairn County is part of the fabric of Nairn and the supporters make NO apologies for doing their bit to ensure its future.