We’re running through the CQN 11 guests as we get set for another fabulous night at the Kerrydale Suite tomorrow evening, Friday 13th March to raise funds to build another CQN school kitchen in Malawi, this time to honour Brother Walfrid. After Tom Boyd and Tommy Coyne we featured featured Super Joe Miller and Pat Bonner. We’ve 3 more men to feature in the course of today but now we’d like to talk about our female guest of honour, Lisa Hague…
This is what the Celtic Wiki have to say about Kris Commons’ partner Lisa Hague, who is guest No. 5 at CQN 11 tomorrow evening:
‘The most spectacular thing about Kris Commons time at Celtic, is his integration with the wider support network that Celtic generate, known to some as “The Celtic Family”. Kris and his family are very active around fundraising and raising awareness of various charities and this draws much appreciation on social media like Twitter and various other internet forums.
‘Kris has not only brought much success to Celtic, but Kris and his partner, Lisa Hague, have brought the most precious success into their own lives. They have had children and watched them grow and all under the watchful gaze of the wider Celtic support. Lisa, is not only a successful businesswoman in her own right and a proud & doting mother, but she also engages with the club’s supporters and seems at ease with the charitable spirit that Celtic strive to maintain as a cultural identifier. With the Commons family’s support of little Oscar Knox and Lisa’s role as a special ambassador for Scottish stillbirth charity SIMBA, it must be commended that Kris and his family have offered so much back to society and our city is a better place for having such a kind and loving family as part of it.
‘It seems Kris Commons and his family have the perfect life. If a coaching role was to creep up for Kris over the next two or three years then surely it would be something he would consider. His contribution to Celtic, Scottish football & Scottish society is something that should be praised. Such professionalism, openness and charitable spirit is always welcome in the vortex of insanity that this city generates.’
If she’s not traveling on the supporters bus with fellow Celtic supporters, or agreeing to work a shift in a Celtic pub for charity she’s busy doing something else for her charities of indeed the club and its supporters. Lisa is a most welcome addition to the CQN 11 line-up of special guests.
Before Friday’s CQN 11 St Patrick’s Dinner you can win a Celtic jersey signed by the 2008 squad, who won one of the most remarkable titles in our history. All proceeds go towards building a fourth CQN school kitchen in Malawi, for Mary’s Meals.