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Mayo Ladies launch fundraising drive

As part of their main fundraising initiative for 2013, Mayo Ladies GAA are teaming up with the Carers’ Association of Ireland. Last week both groups came together in Breaffy House Hotel to launch their Together For Carers St Patrick’s Day Campaign. A ribbon specially designed for St Patrick’s Day will be on sale all over Mayo in various retail outlets, workplaces and street corners up until March 17. Each ribbon costs €2 with proceeds being split equally between the Mayo Ladies and the Carers’ Association. Mayo Ladies chairperson Liam Costigan said: “The Mayo Ladies County Board are delighted to announce their partnership with the Carers Association of Ireland. Volunteerism is a value promoted and encouraged by both associations. Currently there are 28 ladies’ clubs in Mayo. We deeply appreciate the effort that volunteers put into training all club grades from under eight to senior in addition to huge commitment given by people to training our county teams.

Charity chair auction for Parkinson’s

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Singer Tommy Fleming is fronting a major fundraising drive by the Mayo branch of the Parkinson’s Association of Ireland. The charity chair auction, which takes place on November 16 in Breaffy House Hotel is an optional black tie event offering a great opportunity to dust down those evening dresses, call your friends, buy a table and have a great time. Music will be by Avalon.

Charity chair auction for Parkinson’s

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Singer Tommy Fleming is fronting a major fundraising drive by the Mayo branch of the Parkinson’s Association of Ireland. The charity chair auction, which takes place on November 16 in Breaffy House Hotel is an optional black tie event offering a great opportunity to dust down those evening dresses, call your friends, buy a table and have a great time. Music will be by Avalon.

Notice from the Parkinson’s Association of Ireland

Mayo Parkinson’s patients receiving third-world care

Ireland has a third-world standard of care for people with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders, chairperson of the Mayo branch of the Parkinson’s Association of Ireland (PAI) Marian Newman has stated.

The Space Where Thought Once Was

“DANCE IS not very good at telling stories, unless it is classical ballet, but it is very good for exploring emotion and dance allowed me to go through the emotions experienced of knowing someone who has Alzheimer’s and witnessing what was happening to them.”

NUI Galway conference to focus on employment law and mental health

NUI Galway’s School of Law, in association with the Employment Law Association of Ireland, will host the inaugural conference for the new LLM programme in international and comparative disability law and policy, entitled ‘Employment Law and Mental Health’, this Saturday.

Clarins big beauty offer at Staunton’s

Friday May 20 will be a Feel Good Friday at Staunton’s, Main Street, Castlebar, as Staunton’s in association with Clarins, will hold a day in aid of the Alzheimer’s Association of Ireland’s Castlebar Day Centre.

The AIB Photojournalism Exhibition comes to Kilkenny

The stunning AIB Photojournalism Exhibition 2009, a collection of Ireland’s most striking and memorable press photographs from last year, will be on display in AIB Bank, High Street, Kilkenny until Friday August 20.

Fine for woman found in possession of BZP

A Dublin woman who was arrested for a breach of the peace and was found in possession of BZP was given the probation act and fined €100 in Claremorris District Court this week.

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