Inspiring Ross-shire Youngsters Raise Hospice Funds

10 May 2017

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Two incredible youngsters from Invergordon have raised a phenomenal £3,230 for Highland Hospice.

Symera Cooper, aged 10, held a table top sale at Caberfeidh Green in Invergordon with 14 tables and entertainment from 5 year old David Wilson singing ‘The Song from Titanic’ and 7 year old Lorelei Chivero doing some Highland dancing.  The event  also included games, a trampoline, music, karaoke, raffle and tombola manned by friends Zara, Lois and Caroline.

Kenyon Chivero got into the spirit on the day and decided to have his hair shaved, supporting Symera’s efforts, and raising over £200.

Highland Hospice Fundraiser Emma Kermath said, “Symera did incredibly well in organising such a great event and raising so much, and we are so grateful to Kenyon for having his hair shaved and increasing the total raised. On behalf of everyone at Highland Hospice, I would like to say a huge thank you to both of them for the effort they put into this.  They really are very inspirational young people.”

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