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Athlone Institute of Technology’s Humanitarian Society is holding a table quiz in Scribes, the campus bar, on Tuesday October 22. The quiz is open both to students and those from outside the college, and costs €12 per team of 3-4 people. A raffle will also be held on the night, with prizes from the AIT Students Union, AIT Fitness Suite, McSharrys Pharmacy, McGorisks Pharmacy, Boston Barbers, and Kilbeggan Distillery.
A fundraiser in aid of a former Galway based nun who has been working in Haiti for the past five years will take place at the Irish Girl Guide Centre at 36, New Road on Saturday from 11am to 2.30pm.
Former Mullingar town council candidate, Brian Fagan, is preparing to travel to Haiti on behalf of GOAL.
Sinn Féin Councillor Thérèse Ruane has welcomed the backing of Castlebar Town Council for her motion to reach out to the people of Haiti by making a donation to the Trócaire Haiti Earthquake Appeal. “This sends out a strong message of support and empathy to the people of Haiti who need our help to get through this very difficult time,” Cllr Ruane said.
A former Galway based nun who has been working in Haiti for the past five years has spoken of the devastation caused by the recent earthquake which has affected an estimated three million people in this the poorest country in the western hemisphere.