Steve Grist has been appointed to head local charity Scooniehill Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).
Steve brings his organisational and people skills to the role and is enthusiastic about putting them to good use within the group.
He commented: “I am delighted to have been appointed as the new Chair of Trustees at Scooniehill RDA. I am very much looking forward to working with the Board to ensure that the charity continues to provide riding for people with a disability to help improve their health and well being.
Lynda Milne, RDA County Chair in Fife said: “I am thrilled that Steve is the new Scooniehill Chair and I am certain that he will help Scooniehill RDA succeed in all that they do for local disabled people in Fife. Ann Morrison did an amazing job so Steve has big shoes to fill”
Scooniehill RDA President Lily Mason enthused: “We are very happy to have Steve join us as chairman at what is a really exciting time for Scooniehill RDA.”
She also paid tribute to Ann Morrison, who has retired after more than a decade as Scooniehill RDA chairman: “Ann has made a fantastic contribution for over ten years, and I’m delighted to say that she will continue in an advisory role,” she said.