A double dose of call-outs recently resulted in Oban RNLI
lifeboat crew member David Isaac reaching his 500th
‘shout’. David, a fi sherman by trade, fi rst joined Oban
lifeboat 20 years ago. By 2006, he passed out as a deputy
coxswain on station. David is pictured centre.
A kind-hearted landlord has given a
major donation to Dalmally-based
charity Mary’s Meals, which will help
transform the lives of hungry children.
Ian Paver, who manages the building of
the Argyll-based charity’s Oban shop,
donated £30,000 to Mary’s Meals
following the passing of his mother
Catherine Kinloch Paver, founder of the
Pavers shoe company. Ian Paver, left,
met Christina Lynas and Peter Russell
from Mary’s Meals.
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Poppy Honeyman from Taynuilt receives a cheque from
Oban Rotary president Iain MacIntyre. Poppy, a former pupil
of Oban High School, recently completed a three-month
project in Uganda and the Rotary helped with her funding.