Long Time Supporter turns 90

Lifeboats News Release

Along time supporter and previous Chairwoman turned 90 this week.

Margaret Lambie

RNLI/Lorraine Clark

Margaret Lambie

Margaret Lambie was the Chairwoman of the Falkirk Fundraising branch for 25 years before her retirement and was awarded her 25year pin badge and was made Honorary President. Last week she celebrated her 90th birthday with a party for family and friends. Instead of gifts she asked for donations to be made to the RNLI. She donated £672.17 which is a fantastic amount.

Family Celebrations

RNLI/Lorraine Clark

Family Celebrations

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