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John Count McCormack sculpture to be unveiled this month

 

No surprise in council’s last budget

There were no surprises in the budget unanimously passed by Athlone’s local reps this week.

Judge urges defendant to take responsibility for his behaviour

Judge Hughes said he had sympathy for Richard Ricky Mulvihill, Lynam’s Flats, Main Street, Ballynacargy and his difficult upbringing but said the time has come for him to stop blaming others.

Count McCormack coin to be launched this month

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The Central Bank is to launch a special €10 coin later this month commemorating Athlone’s John Count McCormack.

Council to rename Civic Square in memory of famous tenor

One of Athlone’s most famous natives, tenor John Count McCormack will be honoured with a new exhibition in the civic offices it was decided this week.

Councillors decide to pursue funding for John McCormack Centre

Elected members of Athlone Town Council are to pursue Fáilte Ireland for a grant promised to them for the creation of a John Count McCormack Centre.

Canadian marching band visit to boost town’s international profile

A party of 190 visitors is to descend on Athlone next week as the local Ravens Marching Showband plays host to a prestigious Canadian marching band.

Canadian marching band visit to boost town’s international profile

A party of 190 visitors is to descend on Athlone next week as the local Ravens Marching Showband plays host to a prestigious Canadian marching band.

A weekend of free family entertainment and activities

Athlone Summer Fest returns this weekend, offering plenty of free family fun and activities. Taking place over Saturday July 14 and Sunday July 15 the festival, which is supported by Athlone Town Council, offers free activities and entertainment for all ages.

Summer Fest promises fun for all

Following in the footsteps of last year’s successful Euro-Festival and triFest, Summer Fest, the three-day festival of family fun and entertainment to take place in July, was launched by mayor Sheila Buckley Byrne at Tuesday’s town council meeting.

 

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