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More than 250 people from Community and Voluntary groups from all around County Galway were honoured at the Cathaoirleach’s Community Awards ceremony last Thursday in the Claregalway Hotel. The Awards, previously called the Mayors Awards, recognise and celebrate community and voluntary activity around County Galway. Twelve awards were up for grabs after a public call for nominations was made back in October.
READINGS, ART exhibitions, tree planting, and a plaque unveiling will all take place as part of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature from April 23 to 28.
Five graduates from Mayo were among 46 participants of InterTradeIreland’s Acumen and Fusion graduate programmes honoured at the 2012 graduation ceremony which took place in the UCD Michael Smurfit School on Friday last. Eighty five per cent of graduates who have successfully completed the Fusion and Acumen programmes to date have received offers of a permanent management position within their placement firms, highlighting the business and economic contribution that graduates can make to SMEs.
•Galway Golf Club: Men’s Tuesday raceweek competition 18 holes single stableford, Sean McMahon (18, Dromoland) 37; Dara Coyne (14) 35; Gross, Damien Coyne (1) 34; Kieran Daly (9) 35; Sean O’Donoghue (6,Portarlington) 35; Stephan Delaney (13) 35; Oliver McDonagh (3)(Tuam)35. Ladies’ Brown Thomas Cup 18 Hole Stroke, Carolyn Foster (27) 61; Imelda Brennan (19)72; Gross, Sheelagh Kearney (10) 84; Raymonde Standun (21) 73; Class A, Patricia Comer (16) 74; Ronnie Keenan (16) 74; Josephine McCann (18)75; Class B, Bridie Kenny (24) 74; Marilyn Kelly (26)75; Olive Breen (20) 81; Class C, Yvonne Gibbs (30)79; Valerie Egan (36) 82; Terese Mongan (32) 84.
The intensity of club football goes up a few notches when the safety net is taken away and quarter-final places are at stake.