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Galway Lions Club launches annual radio auction and Christmas fundraising appeal

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The annual Galway Lions Club Radio Auction will take place on December 2, with some great Christmas bargains available to bid for in support of a good cause.

Galway Lions Club marks half a century of service

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It was a great night of celebration and nostalgia for members of Galway Lions Club as they celebrated their 50th birthday at a recent celebratory function in the Ardilaun Hotel. In attendance were many current and former members including current Club President Geraldine Mannion, founding members Gerry Molloy and Danny Griffin as well a total of 22 past presidents and District Governor of Lions Club Ireland, Ger Cashman.

Claremorris Community Events Day

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Two great events are scheduled to take place in Claremorris on this Saturday, June 11 - Family Fun day at Clare Lake /Mc Mahon park and Ukrainian Aid Appeal.

New HQ of Music West officially opens this month

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The spacious Castlebar facility has become a Mayo hub of performing arts

Pride of Place invitation goes out to communities

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Claremorris Lions National Tree Week appeal

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Each year Claremorris and District Lions Club supports National Tree Week, by selling trees to the public, and giving one hundred percent of the money raised to charities working on the ground in and around Claremorris.

Judging for IPB Pride Of Place to get under way in Mayo

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Final stages of judging for the 2021 IPB Pride of Place Competition in Mayo will take place on October 6 and 7.

Diverse programme announced for Birr Festival of Music 2021

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The programme for Birr Festival of Music 2021 has been announced.

A look back at 25 years of the Kiltartan Gregory Museum

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In 1990 – exactly 100 years after Sir William Gregory granted a 99-year lease on a section of land at Kiltartan Cross on which to build a schoolhouse – the Kiltartan Gregory Cultural Society was founded. Its aim was to restore the derelict red-brick schoolhouse, the very one commissioned by Sir William Gregory, and to preserve the history of Kiltartan for future generations. The next six years were spent doing just that.

Sky's the limit for Lions Club President

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The Sky’s the limit For Westport Lions Club, which, like many other local organisations, has found fundraising very challenging over the last year.

 

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