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» Fifty For The Future Update 11
25th February 2007
The Killie Trust would like to thank you again for contributing to this years Fifty For The Future campaign.

The money which you contributed this season has gone a long way in providing the club with funds to aid the youth development. So far this season your support for our campaign has allowed the club to take on 4 extra full time players which will only be a benefit to the first team in future years. The club has also been able to employ extra youth coaches to aid in the development of the youth players.

As you may be aware the club has made a small profit this year due to cut backs made across the club and the youth development system. These cutbacks by the club in the youth development would have meant the end of the system had it not been for such dedicated contributors as yourself donating to the Fifty For The Future campaign. Your contributions allow the youth development system to continue running and providing the football club with talent such as Steven Naismith who has had a fantastic season so far.

The Killie Trust would like to thank you again for your continued support and we look forward to the remainder of 2007 with high hopes of what we can achieve through the Fifty For The Future campaign and The Killie Trust.

Don't forget The Killie Trust will be holding a Sportsman's Dinner in aid of the Fifty for the Future campaign on Friday 13th April 2007 at 7:30am in the Caprington Suite of The Park Hotel.

Tickets cost £25 per person. The guest speakers are ex referee Brian McGinlay, Jimmy McGuire and Comedian Jim Morrison.

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