Busega Scotland was represented at Turning Point Scotland’s Stakeholder day held at the Elgin Youth Café. The day explored the idea of citizenship as a local and global concept and our workshop discussed this in the context of Busega Scotland’s work. We get great support from Turning Point and our involvement in the Stakeholder day was us reciprocating their interest, as part our commitment to ‘give back’ to the community of Moray in whatever way we can. The Quiz Night at the Drouthy Cobbler in Elgin on 24th May was attended by 4 teams from Turning Point who were the best represented organisation at the event. The quiz was won by a team from our local newspaper, the Northern Scot, and the individual prize for ‘Heads and Tails’ was a triumph for new Busega Scotland trustee Cenzo Main (definitely no corruption!). Over 60 people took part and £625 was raised for education at Mayega.