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A new programme of initiatives, including an entrepreneurs’ competition, a safe driving programme for second-level students and an ‘exchange of experience’ programme for community organisations, is to be rolled out under the Corrib Natural Gas Erris Development Fund.
The group will perform Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in the Gateway Hotel, Swinford, on Thursday March 1, Saturday March 3 and Sunday March 4 at 8pm each night.
Handball took centre stage in Roscommon town last weekend with St Coman’s handball club hosting the Connacht senior handball finals. It was an all Ballaghaderreen affair, with established star Joe McCann and up-and-coming Stephen Cooney playing for the spoils.
A fundraising event — a sponsored cycle and optional climb— in aid of the Swinford Variety Group will take place on October 8.
Mayo Intercultural Action has secured further funding to continue its work supporting women to set up their own businesses. Last year MIA worked with women throughout Mayo providing support, training, mentoring, and advice to women in the process of setting up their own enterprises. Following on the success of this, MIA has now been allocated EU funding to continue this work for a second year.
A family fun day in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Association will be held in the Gateway Hotel, Swinford, on September 3 at 3pm.
With the motorsport year drawing to a close, members of Mayo and District Motorsport Club gathered at the Gateway Hotel in Swinford on Friday last to commemorate another successful year, and to present club members with awards for their achievements throughout the season.
The recent Carramore 10k was race number one in the 2010 C & C Cellular Mayo AC League and it may be a long way to the final race in December but last year’s winners Gerry Ryan (Craughwell AC) and Catherine Conway Mayo AC) put down a strong marker for the season to come by taking the maximum 25 league points on offer. Ryan is closely followed by three times league winner John Byrne (Mayo AC) and the ever improving TJ McHugh in third place. In the women’s event twice winner and last year’s runner up Mary Gleeson lies in second place with 2003 winner Angela O’Connor in third. The focus will now turn to league race number two, the Decare Claremorris five mile on Saturday evening June 26 at 6pm.
A number of Mayo AC athletes competed in 26.2 degree of heat last weekend in the Burren Marathon challenge. Organised by Ballyvaughan-Fanore walking club this is the third year this event has been in existence and is growing steadily in numbers with over 1,600 participants this year. The event encompasses a 10k, a half marathon and the great challenge itself the full 26.2 mile marathon.