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Young Elyse donates her earnings

Mill o' Forest Primary School pupil Elyse Strachan (7) kept herself busy during the summer holidays by making loom bands, but the enterprising youngster decided to put her talents to good use and sold the bands, making �100.
She decided to donate her earnings to the Weekend Respite Project Club held at the Invercarron Resource Centre.
She is pictured handing over the cheque on Saturday August 9, alongside her Great Grandfather Joe Criggie and Project Coordinator Gwen Wood. Gwen said:

Mill o' Forest Primary School pupil Elyse Strachan (7) kept herself busy during the summer holidays by making loom bands, but the enterprising youngster decided to put her talents to good use and sold the bands, making �100. She decided to donate her earnings to the Weekend Respite Project Club held at the Invercarron Resource Centre. She is pictured handing over the cheque on Saturday August 9, alongside her Great Grandfather Joe Criggie and Project Coordinator Gwen Wood. Gwen said: "The club very much appreciate what Elyse has done.".

Mill o’ Forest Primary School pupil Elyse Strachan (7) kept herself busy during the summer holidays by making loom bands.

However, the enterprising youngster decided to put her talents to good use and sold the bands.

The seven year old managed to raise £100 in her efforts.

She decided to donate her earnings to the Weekend Respite Project Club held at the Invercarron Resource Centre.

She is pictured handing over the cheque on Saturday, August 9, alongside her great-grandfather Joe Criggie and project coordinator Gwen Wood, who said this week: “The club very much appreciate what Elyse has done.”

 

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