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It’s a sort of a dull pain in the chest.
Christmas is coming and for most it is a time of good cheer, but there are many in Galway who need a helping hand. Galway Lions Club has been a helping hand for over 40 years, providing Christmas shopping vouchers for up to 600 families and individuals who need a little support.
Unfortunately more people die by suicide every year than on our roads, and every community has been affected by loss through suicide. Indeed there are many other people at risk who may have already attempted to take their own lives, and others who also self harm.
The Galway Lions Club Radio Auction will be held on Friday December 9 between 9.00am and noon and will once again be broadcast live on the Keith Finnegan show and will be streamed live on facebook. This new innovation is thanks to two young film students, Kieran Burke and Graham Sheehan, from the Centre for Creative Arts and Media at GMIT.
More than 1,500 Alexion employees around the world are volunteering in their respective communities as part of the company’s first 'Global Day of Service'.
Nicola Waldron has been appointed president of Athlone Lions Club. Ms Waldron was presented with the chain of office by outgoing president, Michael McDonnell, at a recent meeting.
Forty years ago, the world was a simpler place. What we did as fun was different. The world seemed a bigger and more wondrous place, beyond the reach of many of us.
A charity fundraising event to benefit the local community is being organised by the Galway Hospice and Corrib Lions Club.
A Galway woman who spearheaded a fundraising drive for the victims of the earthquakes in Nepal visited the country recently to distribute aid.
The Galway Lions Club has launched its annual Radio Auction which will be held on Friday December 11 in the Salthill Hotel between 9am and 12pm.