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I hope you all had a good weekend. What was I up to? Well, I spent my weekend in Moate. Now I know in this column I often talk about the various places I have been to, so that is why I’m telling you I went to the Westmeath election count in Moate. I went on Saturday night, and we waited, and we waited, and we waited, in vain, for the votes to arrive over from Athlone Institute of Technology, which had divided all the votes into local, European, and divorce referendum and was dispatching them to the various places. But the Westmeath votes failed to arrive, and having waited from around 4pm I came home around 7pm and vowed I would go the next day.
Irish owned IT solutions and managed services company, Arkphire, has appointed Oliver Surdival as Head of Cloud Services. The move follows Arkphire’s acquisition last year of CloudStrong, a specialist cloud solution provider which was founded by Oliver Surdival and based in Castlebar, Co Mayo.
I’m going to begin this column with really interesting creative and exciting news. Last Friday night I was invited to launch a book called Tales from the Heart – New Creative Writing from Athlone Institute of Technology. Now, this is a compilation by Mick Donnellan of nineteen writers who attended his creative writing course for the last number of months. The course is conducted under the aegis of the Department of Lifelong Learning in Athlone IT.
Galway City Harriers U18 girls' team provided the highlight of the day for the county at the final day of the National Juvenile Indoor Championships in the Athlone IT Arena.
Galway youngsters enjoyed another medal haul on the first weekend of the National Juvenile Indoor Championships in the Athlone IT Arena.
Malachy Hand, a local candidate for the upcoming local elections in South Roscommon, numbered amongst a large crowd in attendance at an information evening on ‘Our Changing Climate’, at Athlone Institute of Technology, on Thursday evening last, organised by Fianna Fáil Deputies Eugene Murphy TD, Robert Troy TD and Barry Cowen TD.
Fianna Fáil representatives from the Midlands region will host a public meeting on climate change and the future of Ireland tonight, March 21, in Athlone Institute of Technology, with the meeting to be addressed by leading experts on climate change from the energy, transport and agriculture sectors.
Athlone Institute of Technology’s Department of Sport and Health Science held its inaugural honours list award ceremony recently recognising the exceptional academic performance of its students. Out of a total of 360 students within the faculty, 54 received commendations from President of Athlone Institute of Technology, Professor Ciarán Ó Catháin in recognition of their scholarly achievements.
A number of Athlone based people successfully completed the NISO Health and Safety Certificate Course in Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) and were awarded certification at a presentation held in the Prince of Wales Hotel.