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Saturday 4th April 2020

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Thanks to those below who have contributed generously so far to the Fifty For The Future Campaign. We are still a long way from our final target so to those businesses and individuals not already signed up - please do so now!

To contribute to the campaign please print off and fill in our Standing Order Form and send it to us at the address on the Contact Page.

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Thanks to all the contributors below:

Alan Guthrie, Alan Brown, Alan Gregor, Alan Wyllie, Alistair Watret, Alistair McLean, Amber Morton, Andrew Millar, Andrew Carl, Andrew Magee, Andrew Roy, Andrew Charlton K.E Carroll, Andy Canavan, Annie T. Reilly, ARCO West Scotland, Arthur Rafferty, AW Plews, B&H, BAE Systems Aerostructures, Barry Richmond, Blair Millar, Brian Hood, Cameron Adam, Carrie Lamont, Chris Osbourne, Chris Bradshaw, Chris Cadman, Colin Hargreaves, Colin McGuiness, D Anderson, David Thompson, David Beaton, David Faulds, David Henderson, David Orr, David Woodison, David T. Graham, Dennis Ingram, Hugh Morton, Donald S. Matheson, Dougie McCrone, Douglas Angell, Dr David McBeth, Dr J. Robin Magee, Dr. Simon Farrell, Elaine Millar, Elizabeth Scobie, Elizabeth Sinclair, Engineering Tools & Consumables, Eric Flannigan, Euan Kerr, Fraser McGowan, G Milligan, Gareth Beaton, Gary Elliot, Gary Torbett, Gary Mason, Gordon Simpson, Graham Boyd, Gregor Caldwell, Hope Homes Scotland, Hugh McCrone, Hugh A. McLaughlin, Iain McClymont, Iain Dumigan, Ian Mortimer, Ian Young, Ian Burnett, Ian Neil Brady, Innes Thomson, J. Lockhart, Jacqueline Hargreaves, James Young, James Chalmers, James McGuffie, James & Patricia Campbell, Jamie Shaw, Jemma Calderwood, Jim Kerr, Jim Wilson, John Murray, John Wilson, John Mason, John Errici, John T.D Conquer, Karen Steel, Karen Mete, Kathryn Carrol, Kenneth Hunter, Kevan Hazlett, Killie Trust, Kirsty Hannah, Laraine Hodge, Laura Osbourne, Louise Yule, Malcolm MacInnes, Margot McCrone, Mark Torrance, Mark Alexander, Mark McNaught, Mary Polding, Mathew Dodds, Michael Higgins, Microtech, Natalie Nugent, Neil McGuffie, Neil A. Laird, Nicola Milligan, P. Hall, Paul Skilling, Paul Kelly, Richard Allison, Robert Morton, Robert Hamilton, Robert G Lindsay, Robert T. Blane, Robyn Hay, Russell Shedden, Russell Wilson, Sarah Thomson, Scott Cairns, Steven Lockhart, Steven Black, Steven Smith, Stuart Little, Stuart Layburn, Terence Morran, Tom Smith, William Wallace, William Johnstone, William Boyd, William Hamilton, William Johnston, William Johnstone, William Stewart, William & Helen McKinnon

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Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd may retire at the end of the season
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Kris Boyd reveals phone call with terrified young fan after Celtic match
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Kilmarnock cut Rangers allocation for final game of the season
Kilmarnock have decided to cut Rangers’ allocation for the clash between the two teams on the final day of the season.
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