By Walter Lukken:

It has become somewhat of a ritual for a courageous man in the futures industry to take on the almighty task of wearing a kilt for the evening of the gala dinner which is held in aid of FFK.

This long standing tradition founded by Jeremy Grant, the brave, demands adorning oneself in a knee-length garment with pleats at the rear. Often made of woollen cloth in a tartan pattern, this particular item of apparel originated in the Scottish Highlands around the 16 Century. Other daring challengers include John Lothian, Simon Rostron and last year Clive Furness, who has passed the torch on to clan Chief, Walt McLukken. 

Please dig deep into your sporrans and give generously to this great cause.

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~Walt Lukken

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