The Killie Trust 10th Anniversary Charity Ball

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The Killie Trust (Kilmarnock Supports Society Ltd) would like to invite you to our 10th Anniversary Ball to be held at the Fenwick Hotel on Saturday 7th September, 2013. The night will be a black tie event so it is an opportunity to get your fineries on and celebrate some great moments for the club, the community and the Trust over the past decade.

The Trust was constituted in May 2003 with 8 clear objectives and a mission statement “to promote, develop and support Kilmarnock Football Club and the game of …football within the community.” Since then, we have have strived to achieve these objectives with the support of our members and the ball aims to celebrate many of the achievements, while raising funds for two great charities.

To mark the occasion, all profits garnered from this event will be split between two very worthy causes – The Ayrshire Hospice and the Rett Syndrome Research Trust UK. Both of these charities have touched many people in our local community and we wanted to give something back to both of them in recognition for the fantastic work that they continue to do.

Tickets for the ball (£30 each), which includes fine dining and dancing, can be purchased via Trust Board Members, at the Killie Trust Desk on match days or online using Eventbrite. The Board of the Killie Trust would like to thank our members and Killie fans the world over for your on-going support of our initiatives involving the club and the community and we hope to see as many of you as possible at the Charity Ball on the night.

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Jude Scoops Graeme Howie Memorial Award

We are delighted to announce that this year’s winner of the Graeme Howie Memorial Award for Community Involvement is none other than hot prospect Jude Winchester.

The staff at the club choose the winner each year and so far Garry Hay has been honoured twice, but young Jude has been out and about doing club business more than anyone this season it seems and it is his name that will get engraved on the shield that Graeme’s dad will present this afternoonjude at the match.

We would like to thank the club for allowing us to present the award and our sincerest gratitude also goes to Davie, wife Maureen and their daughter Caroline for the outstanding contribution they make to our Trust in an ongoing basis.

Killie fans have witnessed some really sad times in the past few years and although we push ahead and get on with things, we are the Killie family, we will never forget our own.