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Ajla Restaurant, Clarinbridge, will hold a special fundraiser tomorrow (Friday) evening in aid of Self Help Africa. Elaine Joyce Cunningham, from Ardrahan, has decided to host a very special fundraising event called A Taste of Italy, with all proceeds going to the charity.
The countdown is on to this year’s Valentine’s Candlelight Ball, which takes place in Breaffy House Hotel on Saturday, February 16, in aid of Western Care Association.
Fresh from the Chicago casting announcement, Athlone Musical Society will host a fundraising table quiz tomorrow, November 8, in the Bounty. The quiz will begin at 8pm. Teams of four per table, with a cost of €10 per individual. There will be cash prizes on the night, as well as raffle prices.
Local homeless charity Galway Simon Community has launched its spring raffle this week to raise funds for vital services in Galway.
Ultimate Agri Christmas Party hosted by West Women in Farming
Little Louis Walsh who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy is from Rowan Drive in Castlebar. His parents Padraig and Ann Marie along with fundraising committee members thank all the volunteer ticket sellers and the public who recently bought tickets for a fundraising raffle that was held for Louis. They also wish to offer a very special thanks to all the businesses and individuals who sponsored prizes for their generous donations, such as Bar One, Heverin Photography, All in Design and Print, SuperValu, Cannons Convenience Store, First Choice Credit Union, and the Parish Centre Castlebar.
St Joseph’s College ‘The Bish’ Rowing Club are holding their annual Christmas cake sale and coffee morning to raise funds for the club.
The Console Christmas Lunch is taking place this year in The g Hotel and among the highlights of the event will be a performance by the acclaimed singer-songwriter Marc Roberts.
On Sunday July 26 from 2pm to 6pm, Imelda O’Rourke Finnegan is holding a fundraiser in the g Hotel in aid of the Alan Kerins Africa Projects and Gorta Self Help Africa, called ‘Get your Gladrags at the g Hotel and G up for the Galway Races’.