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INDIE-POP singer-songwriter Jann Klose is something of a ‘citizen of the world’ having spent much of his life travelling through Europe, Africa, and the US. He is now coming to Ireland.
The latest book by Professor Bill Schabas, director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway, addresses the ‘crime of crimes’ - genocide.
Castlebar businessman Pat Quinn spends many months each year in Africa. He has been travelling to Kenya for 10 years now and has been so touched by the people and their worsening daily struggle that he has begun a fundraising campaign to improve necessary services such as running water and build new classrooms for the children.
The School of Make Up Artistry and Business Training offers courses designed to teach all levels of students, from beginners to advanced, which are suitable for all age groups. Based at Briarhill, Galway, the school provides interesting courses which cover all aspects of make-up artistry.
Mayo people donated €455,814 to Trócaire’s work over the past year, the charity’s latest accounts have shown. During Lent last year people from the diocese of Killala gave €104,710, while Tuam diocese donated €424,695, both of which include parts of Mayo.
A charity table quiz will take place on Thursday night September 17 in Mulroy’s Bar, Castlebar at 8.30pm in aid of Mayo-Malindi.
Following a fund raising campaign during last summer, Castlebar businessman Pat Quinn travelled to Kenya at the beginning of October with a view to supplying Ulaya primary school and the nearby village at Bericho with a cheap, reliable, potable supply of water.