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Three student enterprises from Westmeath will be representing the county at the 10th annual Student Enterprise Awards national final in Dublin’s Croke Park on Wednesday April 18.
Students from Our Lady’s Bower and Moate Community School were declared the winners in competitions organised as part of Engineers Week at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) last week.
The Athlone Community College senior girls athletics team have made it through to the All-Ireland finals in St Mary’s College, Galway on March 10. The team of Laura McIntaggart, Sionann O’Reilly Collins, and Katie Kelly ran for the school in the Connaught Cross Country Championships during a break in their mock Leaving Cert exams.
Volunteers from the Athlone Daffodil Day committee attended the launch of this year’s Daffodil Day which was held in the Aviva Stadium recently.
This Friday February 24, over 100 students will gather in Golden Island Shopping Centre, Athlone to participate in the Student Enterprise Awards co-ordinated by Westmeath County Enterprise Board.
Students across the county are putting the finishing touches to their exhibits in preparation for the 2012 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, which kicks off next week.
Athlone Community College will host their annual fashion show in the Marina Suite of the Radisson Blu Hotel on Wednesday November 2 at 8pm, doors will be open from 7.30pm.
A host of proud local principals have paid tribute to their “outstanding” and “extraordinary” students who received Leaving Certificate results this week, with Athlone students bucking the much-discussed national trends and scoring well in both maths and science.
Roscommon’s senior footballers didn’t fare too well against a rejuvenated Tyrone outfit in GAA headquarters last Saturday but such was the performance of the minor side in the curtain raiser that the large primrose and blue following still left with smiles on their faces. This is no ordinary minor team, and whether or not they go on to emulate the heroics of the 2006 side remains to be seen but one thing is for sure - the future of Roscommon football is secure if they can continue to churn out footballers of this quality.
At just before 5am last Sunday morning (February 27), Nicky McFadden, the 48-year-old senator from Arcadia, became the latest Fine Gael candidate to be elected to Dáil Eireann for the constituency of Longford-Westmeath.