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Tain and Easter Ross Rotary Club dishes out seasonal egg treat with a little help from their Tesco friends


By Hector MacKenzie

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President Carol Anne Parker got a boot-iful surprise when she visited the Tain Tesco. The Easter eggs will be handed over to three local groups,
President Carol Anne Parker got a boot-iful surprise when she visited the Tain Tesco. The Easter eggs will be handed over to three local groups,

THREE Easter Ross groups have plenty of reason to be eggs-cited this weekend.

Tain and Easter Ross Rotary Club teamed up with the town’s Tesco to provide a seasonal treat for Home Start Highland, Alness Foodbank and CCAST in Tain.

President Carol Anne Parker thanked Tain Tesco for its support “in helping us reach out to children and their families this Easter time”. She said that, as Rotarians, they were keen to put smiles on faces in local communities.

“We hope there will be 75 smiling – and chocolatey! – faces this Easter time,” added Carol.

Tesco community champion Emily Lacey-Teagle said the store was happy to donate the eggs, adding: “We realise what a difficult time it’s been for everyone in the community and wanted to add a bit of Easter fun for all the children.”

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