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New Miss Galway Emma Healy is looking forward to acting as ambassador for her chosen charity Cancer Care West.
The current Mr. Ireland Wayne Walsh and the owner of Catwalk Models Mandy Maher sat on an interview panel last week to determine who the next Miss Galway should be. The winner of the crown is the beautiful Emma Healy as Miss Galway 2019/20. Emma is nineteen years old and has just completed her first year in Hairdressing and Barbering. An ambitious young girl, her career path in the Hair and Beauty Industry is sure to be one with plenty of promise and opportunity.
The selection night for Miss Galway will run this Friday evening. DNA Nightclub is the main sponsor for this year’s contest and look forward to supporting this year’s Miss Galway throughout her reigning year. The winner of the Miss Galway contest will be signed with Catwalk Models and sponsored by Sarah Mason Professional and Educo Gym to get her prepared for the Miss Ireland pageant at the end of the Summer. The charity sponsor which Miss Galway will support throughout 2019/20 is Cancer Care West.
Now in its 14th year, the Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim in aid of Cancer Care West returns to the waters of Galway Bay this July.
The inaugural Run West Ballyhaunis 10 mile run takes place on Bank Holiday Monday June 3 at 11am, the event is hosted by the Ballyhaunis Meet and Train team led by Martin Fitzmaurice.
Seán Keane and the Mayo Concert Orchestra will perform a concert in aid of the Regina's fight for life campaign in The Claremorris Town Hall Theatre on Easter Sunday, April 21. All proceeds will go directly toward Regina's Duffy's on-going Cancer treatment fund.
On Sunday April 14 some of Ireland's most powerful athletes will descend on the city of Galway. Competing in famed strength events such as the max deadlift and Atlas Stones, competitors will push themselves to their physical limits to earn the right to call themselves Ireland's Strongest Woman for 2019. One such competitor is Michelle Guthrie.
It has always been one of my great regrets that I never went to work as a teacher in South America or Africa or as we used to say when I was young “go on the missions”. So when the opportunity presented itself earlier this year I decided now is the time.
OCC Construction based in Galway which undertakes commercial building contracts has donated over €90,000 to charity organisations within Ireland since its inception in 2010. As a team of 12 OCC employees each nominate a charity to share a pot of over €20,000 donated by OCC construction.
Cancer Care West, the West of Ireland cancer charity, is to launch a new bus service for Mayo Cancer patients who have to travel to University Hospital Galway to receive treatment for cancer.