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Have you ever dreamed of walking the Camino or climbing Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain? Why not make 2014 the year that you do it?
The Irish Cancer Society in Mayo launched its 2014 trek destinations with An Taoiseach Enda Kenny. The treks which will raise money for cancer research include exciting destinations such as the Himalayas, the Grand Canyon, and Mount Kilimanjaro.
THE SUMMIT Seekers are hosting ALTITUDE, a night of techno and house music from DJs Sasha Von Thulen and Eamonn Day Lavelle in The Cellar Bar on Saturday at 11pm.
Fancy a night of techno and house for a great cause? Well, get along to ALTITUDE at the Cellar Bar this Saturday, June 9.
The next meeting will take place on Wednesday April 18 at 8pm in Ballina Arts Centre.
Transition students from Athenry Presentation College and a member of Catwalk Model Agency are finalising their looks for the AKA (Athenry Kilimanjaro Achievers) fashion show which takes place next week raising much-needed funds for Crumlin Children’s Hospital and the Chernobyl Trust.
For 2011, HP employees chose the Alan Kerins Project as their Charity of the Year. In November, I had the unique opportunity to visit Zambia to see how the funds raised by HP employees were being applied. Alan himself led a travelling group of 10, all of whom had provided support to the charity.
IFA president John Bryan has described the recent climate talks in Durban as an ‘opportunity missed’ to recognise the important carbon sinks associated with grassland and forestry, and to address the dual challenges of increasing global demand for food while reducing international greenhouse gas emissions.
West of Ireland heart and stroke charity Croí is seeking people to take part in its next expedition to the Roof of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, in June 2012.
A man accused of killing New Zealand photographer and former Galway resident Trent Keegan in Kenya in 2008 has been acquitted following a trial in Nairobi.