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The soaring and iconic ‘Hallelujah’ chorus of Handel’s Messiah is rumoured to have moved King George II so much at the London premiere of the work in March 1743, that the monarch jumped to his feet in admiration, compelling the rest of the audience to follow suit.
This week has seen the Mayo Mental Health Association and Mayo GAA come together to educate the county’s u16 football and hurling teams about mental health. The camp in MacHale Park saw some 60 u16 players across both sports engage in the three day training camp that saw their time split between action on the field and learning about taking action off the field to deal with mental health issues that may affect them.
St Gerald’s College Student Council in collaboration with Mayo Mental Health Association is holding the first positive mental health week at the college. The St Gerald’s Student Council was formed in September of this year and highlighted mental health as an important issue for young people in the school.
The Castlebar Rotary President’s Night, in aid of Mayo Youth Mental Health Initiative, will be a swinging twenties casino night to be held on Friday May 17 at 8pm in Breaffy House Hotel.
Popular all over Ireland and the UK thanks to the TV show of the same name, Strictly Come Dancing will come to Breaffy tonight with a strong local feel. Breaffy GAA Club in conjunction with the Mayo Mental Health Association is proud to present Strictly Come Dancing at the Breaffy House Events Area this evening.
The Glencullen reunion committee are holding their annual loop walk tomorrow Saturday. It is an annual walk in aid of charity and this year’s recipient is Mayo Mental Health Association.
This year’s festival will take place on August 24, 25 and 26.
The time for talking about doing something has passed, and unfortunately for 23 families so far this year the time for doing something has passed also. At last Monday’s meeting of Mayo County Council, the members engaged in serious and at times heart-wrenching discussion about suicide.
Mayo North East LEADER Partnership Company and Mayo Sports Partnership in association with Mayo County Development Board, Mayo Mental Health Association, Connacht Rugby (IRFU), the FAI, Mayo GAA, HSE , and the Department of Social Protection will deliver Goal to Work in Ballyhaunis this September. Places will be limited to 12 trainee coaches. If you would like further information or an application form please contact Mary Glynn, Mayo North East LEADER Partnership Knock Office on 094 9376627 or e-mail [email protected] Closing date for receipt of completed applications is strictly 4pm Thursday, June 21. Short listing may apply based on information provided in completed application form. Interviews will take place on Tuesday, July 10 in Ballyhaunis.