Arctic challenge for Rangers Foundation

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Last month two members of the Lewis and Harris Rangers Supporters Club, Innes MacLeod and Donald MacAskill, took part in the Arctic Challenge which saw them sled over 200km through the wilds of Norway, braving extreme temperatures and weather conditions – all in a bid to raise funds for the Rangers Charity Foundation.

The Lewis and Harris RSC supported their fundraising by organising a race night and a seven hour sponsored hill climb, raising £3,500. Members of the club recently presented the cheque at Ibrox.

Pictured above are fundraising organisers Nichola Lockerby, Derick Smith and John Macinnes with Innes Macleod, Donald MacAskill and Rangers striker David Healy, accepting the cheque on behalf of the foundation.

The Rangers Charity Foundation would like to thank everyone at the Lewis and Harris Rangers Supporters Club who helped raise such a fantastic amount. This year the Foundation is supporting The Prostate Cancer Charity Scotland, UNICEF and St Andrews Ambulance Service, Glasgow.