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Scottish country dancers celebrate Robbie Burns Day

The Terrace Scottish Country Dancers put on entertainment at their 21st annual pot luck Robbie Burns
The Terrace Scottish Country Dancers put on entertainment at their 21st annual pot luck Robbie Burns' supper at Knox United church hall on January 25.
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More than 100 people enjoyed delicious food and entertainment at the Terrace Scottish Country Dancers' 21st annual pot luck Robbie Burns' supper at Knox United church hall Jan. 25.

Paul Bjorn piped in the haggis and it was addressed by Jock Halley.

After dinner, two groups of local musicians played: The Midden Creels led by James Powell, and Classical Act under the leadership of Bonnie Juniper.

There were join-in dances and songs and also Scottish country dance demonstrations.

Proceeds from donations of $200 will go to the Dr. REM Lee Hospital Foundation.

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