On Saturday 21 October, 2006, patrons and members past and present celebrated the 60th Anniversary of the Society at a Dinner/Ceilidh Dance in the Brisbane House Hotel, Largs.

    A very in depth and humorous toast to the Society was proposed by Jim Laurie, who along with his father and mother had a long association through committee work and singing in many of the shows over the years.  

   The anniversary cake was cut by Douglas Tennent and  Netta Robertson who both appeared in the first production 'Country Girl' in 1947, and Betty Frazer who appeared in the 1948 production 'The Lilac Domino',  and who are still very involved as patrons.  

  There then followed a very enjoyable evening of song by Society members and a ceilidh dance to the music of 'Chanty Dyke'.   

Netta, Douglas and Betty cut the Anniversary Cake
Guest speaker Jim Laurie and wife Ishbel
Click here for more photos of the Anniversary Dinner Party
Click here to read Jim Laurie's Talk