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BY EBHAN LOUGLIN
Help fund Tiny Dancer Lily-Mae Morrison’s on-going fight against cancer by joining her at a charity party this weekend at Claregalway Castle.
SINGER-SONGWRITER Paddy Casey will headline The Tiny Dancer Party in the Castle, a charity one-day festival taking place in Claregalway.
Yourells Hair Salon will be filled with festive cheer on Monday December 9, when it hosts its annual Christmas children’s evening where youngsters can get their hair trimmed for free in aid of the The Sunni-Mae Trust.
Leo Monaghan, dealer principal in Monaghan & Sons, Galway, has been awarded the prestigious Skoda Marketing Person of the Year for 2013, beating off stiff competition from all other dealers in the Skoda network at the national conference this week.
A fundraising night for Lily-Mae Morrison and other children suffering from neuroblastoma will be held in Monroe’s Live on Saturday October 5 from 9pm.
One year ago I set up The Sunni Mae Trust to raise funds for my niece, Lily-Mae Morrison who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called Neuroblastoma which effects one in 100,000 children in Ireland. In a year we have raised more than €420,000.
Galway's 'Tiny Dancer' Lily-Mae Morrison was presented with a cheque for €95,000 at a special fundraising night held in Monroe's Live, Dominick Street recently.
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The campaign is on to get ‘Tiny Dancer’ the single recorded by a group of musicians and singers to raise funds for Galway girl Lily-Mae Morrison, to the top of the charts for Christmas. The single will be launched at the opening of the Galway Continental Christmas Market tomorrow (Friday) and Lily-Mae, who is suffering from a rare childhood cancer, will turn on the Christmas lights at the event with the help of singers Paddy Casey and Declan O’Rourke, and Anthony Ryan, chairman of the Galway City Business Association.