Team-working raises £315

Putting the fun into fundraising was the key goal for a small group of Business Admin students at Angus College. To pass one of the modules, the group had to demonstrate effective team work. They decided to do this not only working well together as a team but also by raising some funds for their chosen charity, Dennis Beats the Menace Cancer Campaign. They raised sponsorship from friends and family and became budding Maid Marion's competing in an archery tournament with coaching from Commonwealth Archery sportswoman Lana Needham. On Tuesday evening the girls presented their cheque to Lady Fiona Fraser all �315. Pictured are, from left, standing - Alison Oakley, Lesley Muir, Nicola Morrison and Pam MacMillan: front - Lady Fraser and Alison Wood.
Putting the fun into fundraising was the key goal for a small group of Business Admin students at Angus College. To pass one of the modules, the group had to demonstrate effective team work. They decided to do this not only working well together as a team but also by raising some funds for their chosen charity, Dennis Beats the Menace Cancer Campaign. They raised sponsorship from friends and family and became budding Maid Marion's competing in an archery tournament with coaching from Commonwealth Archery sportswoman Lana Needham. On Tuesday evening the girls presented their cheque to Lady Fiona Fraser all �315. Pictured are, from left, standing - Alison Oakley, Lesley Muir, Nicola Morrison and Pam MacMillan: front - Lady Fraser and Alison Wood.

PUTTING the fun into fund-raising was the key goal for a small group of business administration students at Angus College.

To pass one of the modules, the group had to demonstrate effective team work. They decided to do this not only by working well together as a team, but also by raising funds for their chosen charity, ‘Dennis Beats the Menace Cancer’ campaign.

They raised sponsorship from friends and family and became budding Maid Marions competing in an archery tournament with coaching from Commonwealth archery sportswoman Lana Needham.

Last Tuesday evening the girls presented their cheque for sum of £315 to Lady Fraser. Pictured are, from left, standing - Alison Oakley, Lesley Muir, Nicola Morrison and Pam MacMillan: front - Lady Fraser and Alison Wood.