Dun Bridge Club anniversary

Thirty years ago Dun Bridge Club was founded and last week members gathered for a celebratory anniversary dinner in Dun Church Hall. In his toast to the club, John Zimmerman spoke of the early days and of the major contribution of the late Jim Lindsay in setting up Dun Bridge Club. Following a most enjoyable meal, the anniversary cake was cut and the evening finished, quite appropriately, with a few hands of bridge.'From left, founder members Ida Doig, John Zimmerman and Moyra Braes, and current officials Andy and Amy Ruxton.
Thirty years ago Dun Bridge Club was founded and last week members gathered for a celebratory anniversary dinner in Dun Church Hall. In his toast to the club, John Zimmerman spoke of the early days and of the major contribution of the late Jim Lindsay in setting up Dun Bridge Club. Following a most enjoyable meal, the anniversary cake was cut and the evening finished, quite appropriately, with a few hands of bridge.'From left, founder members Ida Doig, John Zimmerman and Moyra Braes, and current officials Andy and Amy Ruxton.

It was thirty years ago that Dun Bridge Club was founded and last week members gathered for a celebratory anniversary dinner in Dun Church Hall.

In his toast to the club, John Zimmerman spoke of the early days and of the major contribution of the late Jim Lindsay in setting up Dun Bridge Club.

Following a most enjoyable meal, the anniversary cake was cut and the evening finished, quite appropriately, with a few hands of bridge.

Pictured from left are founder members Ida Doig, John Zimmerman and Moyra Braes, and current officials Andy and Amy Ruxton.