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Des Ryan from Westport has been elected as District Governor of Lions Clubs International in Ireland. He succeeds Bernard Black of Antrim Coast Lions Club and will lead 2,150 Lions who are members of 103 Clubs in District 133 of the world-wide organisation.
The Claddagh is Galway’s most historic district, its foundation pre-dating that of the city, and it has always been proud of its native traditions and identity. Yet not only is the Claddagh a vivid link to Galway’s ancient past; the Claddagh National School, with its multi-racial student population, symbolises the cosmopolitan Galway of today while preparing its pupils for the Galway of tomorrow.
Mrs Holmes was a relation of the O’Hara-Burkes who owned Lenaboy Castle and the Lenaboy Estate. She persuaded them to sell some of their land, ‘the lower pasturelands’ farthest away from the house, down near the gates of the estate to be precise. There, she built the house in our photograph, which became known as Greenmount. She ran it as a B&B but eventually it became too big for her and she converted some farm buildings in what we now know as Lenaboy Park and built herself a small house.
On Sunday Oughterard will be painted red, and green, and yellow, and blue - all in aid of the local playground and park facility, Corribdale Park.
A proposal to construct a footbridge connecting the Quay and Belleek area in Ballina has been proposed by Cllr Mark Duffy, as part of a submission to the feasibility study by Ballina Lions Club which is looking to maximise the potential of the Moy Estuary area.
There has been much speculation around Ballina and its environs following the recent announcement that Ballina Lions Club had secured funding under the National Rural Development Programme for a major feasibility study for the Moy Estuary and its potential.
The Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin was transformed into a sea of green and red last Saturday night which saw the Mayo Association Dublin celebrate their annual awards gala The Yew Tree Ball.
Nominations are open for the Erris Person of the Year 2019. The Erris Person of the Year Award was instituted to honour individuals who have served their community and who through their actions have inspired others. The nominee may not necessarily be resident in Erris but must be living within Ireland.
Mayor Niall McNelis and Bishop of Galway Brendan Kelly helped Galway Lions Club launch its annual Radio Auction at the Galway Bay FM Studios this week.
After many years of dedicated fundraising activities and events, the students in St Anthony’s Special School, Castlebar, have at last taken delivery of their new specially adapted wheelchair accessible school bus.