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Why wait to the New Year to start your resolution?

Whether we like to think about it or not Christmas is just under eight weeks away.

Don’t wait until the New Year to start your new resolution

Whether we like to think about it or not Christmas is just under 20 weeks away. Every year it’s always the same old story after Christmas, too much food and too many parties have us all feeling like Santa Claus himself.

Don’t wait until the New Year to start your new resolution

Whether we like to think about it or not Christmas is just under 20 weeks away. Every year it’s always the same old story after Christmas, too much food and too many parties have us all feeling like Santa Claus himself.

Don’t get stressed over Christmas

With all of the cronyism and financial vulgarity that emerged yesterday at the PAC hearings into the squandering of money at the Central Remedial Clinic, one could be forgiven for thinking that donations to charities this year should be put on the long finger. Especially when money is so tight in every household.

In memory of Nan Monaghan 1934-2011

It is told that the then Nan Denning was in a world of her own, singing away as she made her way down McHale Road, Castlebar, at the ripe old age of 14, when she was overheard by Tony O’Grady from Manulla. He enquired if Nan would sing in his band which comprised John Lally on saxophone, Toddy Buckley from Knockthomas on drums, Gerald Ralph from Moneen on drums, and Tony himself on accordion. Nan’s first gig was at the Eclipse Ballroom in Ballyhaunis with her opening number “Buttons & Bows”. From there started a long and talented singing career which brought Nan from the dance halls of Mayo to the Castlebar pantomime stage.

 

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