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Mayo student’s work makes cover of Texaco calendar

An acclaimed work by a talented 16-year-old artist from Mount St Michael Secondary School, Claremorris, is to be the front cover of the 2015 Texaco Children’s Art Calendar.

Mayo student’s incredible portrait makes cover of Texaco calendar

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An acclaimed work by talented 16-year-old artist Shania McDonagh from Mount St Michael Secondary School, Claremorris, is to be the front cover of the 2015 Texaco Children’s Art Calendar.

Galway WFC head to Dublin with ‘renewed confidence’

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Boosted by an improved performance at the weekend, Galway WFC now head to Dublin in search of their first win of the season.

Kilmeena performers bringing dark comedy to stage

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Kilmeena Drama Group’s rehearsals for The Lonesome West are in full swing.

Embrace the outdoors with Outback Jacks

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Outback Jacks is a new outdoor store independently and locally owned for people who love outdoor gear and active wear. Outback Jacks provides individuals and families the education, products and shopping experience to enjoy a healthier lifestyle in the Outback. You no longer need to travel to Galway City Centre for outdoor lifestyle brands such as Helly Hansen, Jack Wolfskin, Regatta, Dare2B.

The Lonesome West is black comedy at its best

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Described as black comedy at its very best, The Lonesome West is coming to the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar.

Mayo students presented with their awards for Texaco Children’s Art competition

Four Mayo students were last week  presented with top awards in this year’s 60th Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Sixteen-year-old Shania McDonagh, a pupil at Mount St Michael Secondary School, Claremorris who won the overall first prize in the competition and a prize of €1,500, for her work entitled ‘Coleman’. She was presented with the award by  President Michael D Higgins and James Twohig, director Ireland Operations of Valero. No stranger to the competition, throughout the past five years Shania has won first place in various categories. The other winners from Mayo who picked up special merit awards were Maeve Walsh (13) and Anna Prendergast (seven) both from the Castlebar Art Club, and Jenny Murphy (11) from the Slowey School of Art in Ballina.

Claremorris girl wins Texaco Children’s Art Competition

A 16-year-old Mayo student, Shania McDonagh from Claremorris, has been chosen as the overall top prize winner of this year’s Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Her achievement in winning first prize in the senior age category, for students aged 16-18 years, brings with it the additional distinction of being the sixtieth young artist to share the honour in what is the 60th year of the Competition.

Claremorris student wins Texaco Art Competition

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A 16-years old Claremorris student, Shania McDonagh, has been chosen as the overall top prize winner of this year’s Texaco Children’s Art Competition. Her achievement in winning first prize in the senior age category, for students aged 16 to 18 years, brings with it the additional distinction of being the sixtieth young artist to share the honour in what is the 60th year of the competition.

Night of trad coming up at the Linenhall

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An evening of finest traditional music is on the cards when three top musicians -

 

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