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Buccaneers and Garryowen served up a six-try thriller in which the home side stayed cool to claim a deserved 25-22 Ulster Bank League Division 1B victory at sun-soaked Dubarry Park, Athlone on Saturday. The Pirates were worthy of the spoils for they were the more ambitious side holding on in a frenetic finish.
The Parke Arts and Drama Group is once again supporting a local charity this year and the group has donated €500 to the very worthy Mayo Autism Action whose goal is to support children and their families who are affected by autism. The flagship project is the Áthas School in Kiltimagh which caters for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. On hand to accept the cheque on behalf of Mayo Autism Action was Pat Kearns who thanked all those involved with Parke Arts and Drama, and thanked them for their generous donation which will go towards helping with the running of the school. The Parke Arts and Drama Group has donated more than €3,500 over the last three years to worthwhile charities such as Enable Ireland, Western Alzheimers, Hospice Uganda, Tsunami Appeal, and other local charities.
The privately funded Áthas School located in Kiltimagh, which is the only specialised school in Mayo which caters for children diagnosed with an autism disorder, through using applied behaviour analytic services, has implemented cuts across all its staffing hours.
It’s a poor indictment on the Government when a group of parents have to come together to raise funds to open a special school. However that’s the situation for a group of people from Mayo who began the Seven Day in a Row Croagh Patrick Challenge.
Keith Duffy and his Fair City colleagues are set to take part in the 2009 Croagh Patrick Challenge on Sunday March 15 in aid of Irish Autism Action (IAA). The Croagh Patrick 7 Day Challenge takes place from March 11 to March 17 in a bid to raise much needed funds for Mayo Autism and Irish Autism Action.
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