The Palm Club, Ballinasloe will be reopened for one night only on Sunday March 18 to raise funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA ).
The Palm Club was the original night club held in Haydens Hotel, Ballinasloe, which holds many great memories for those clubbing it in the 80s and the early 90s.
Come along for a fantastic night and relive the music of the era, including a thing of the past, the good old slow set! Tickets are €10 and can be purchased from Siobhan Minton on (087 ) 1236565 or Bernie Dugeon on (086 ) 1613616.
Motor Neurone Disease (MND ) is a progressive neurological condition that leaves people unable to do the everyday things that the rest of us take for granted. Walking, talking, and swallowing may become virtually impossible. MND strikes people of all ages and there is no cure.
The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA ) provides specialised services for people affected by this debilitating disease such as equipment on loan, financial assistance towards home help, advice, and home visits by MND nurse specialists.
In order to provide these vital services the IMNDA depends heavily on the generosity of the public and friends of the association who generate over 75 per cent of its income.