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A new book of reflective essays and stories written by local writer and Self Help Africa fundraiser Ronan Scully is to be launched tonight.
An interesting line-up of talks and exhibitors has been announced for Galway Health and Fitness Expo which takes place at the Black Box venue this Saturday and Sunday (March 2 and 3). The event is designed to provide something for everyone from sports enthusiasts to people looking to live a healthier life through dietary and lifestyle changes.
A former Galway champion runner and NUIG scholarship student will spearhead a major charity road race in Claregalway, along the circuit of the popular Galway 5k Series, next month.
The 2012 Galway Charity Cycle which recently saw almost 250 cyclists pedal their way from Maynooth and Galway and back, has so far managed to raise more than €130,000 in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland.
Thirteen jobseekers from the Ballina area have just completed a 14 week long specialised sports coaching course which it is hoped will provide them with the tools to obtain some part time employment. The Goal to Work programme, for two days a week, allows trainees to become fully qualified GAA, rugby, and soccer coaches with additional sports modules in child protection, first aid, disability awareness, and active leadership also being offered. Trainees also honed their skills while on placement in Ballina urban area national schools for one of the days, giving many school children some quality coaching.
Galway’s ‘Operation Transformation’ contestant Ronan Scully and Galway publican Fergus McGinn along with six other runners from Galway and another 10 from around the country are to take part in the Great Ethiopian Run in Addis Ababa on Sunday November 27 to raise funds for the Irish charity Self Help Africa for their work in Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa.
Operation Transformation star and renowned fundraiser Ronan Scully is undertaking the Great Ethiopian Run this November, and is looking for volunteers to join him. Scully has already signed up close to a dozen participants to run with him on the annual event, a 10km walking and running challenge through the heart of Addis Ababa on November 27.
Tonight (Thursday) the Malt House will hold a fundraiser in aid of Ronan Scully’s North Pole Challenge with the launch of its new spring menu. Ronan Scully is always a busy man but this year is exceptional. He has just finished with his role as a leader in RTE’s Operation Transformation but the challenges do not stop there. Next up he is running a marathon at the North Pole this April, a challenge that will truly test the adopted Galway man.
Education, fun, and charity have come together to create a new website to help school pupils with their general knowledge as well as raising money for GOAL.
A new book featuring reflections on life by Galway humanitarian worker Ronan Scully with photography by Andrew Downes will be officially launched this weekend.