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We at St. Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union are delighted to announce that we have just launched our fantastic giveaway, #UniCash, for students who were due to complete their Leaving Certificate this Summer.
In the early 1950’s, a group of people calling themselves Coiste na n-Óg came together to try to improve the standard of Gaelic games in the city and they came up with the idea of a streets league. They divided up the city into sections and their teams were named as follows: St Anthony’s represented Newcastle; Western Stars was the name given to the team drawn from Father Griffin Road, Dominick Street, Henry Street, and ‘The West’; “98s” were from Bohermore/Woodquay, they were named after a famous Bohermore 98s team who were established in 1898, the centenary of 1798; Father Lally’s represented Shantalla, so named after a 19th century progressive charismatic parish priest of Rahoon; St Nicholas’ was the name given to the Claddagh teams; The boys from Salthill were simply known as Salthill. The lads from the Industrial School in Lower Salthill were known as St. Joseph’s they played in the under-14 league as did Club Mhuire and Naomh Pádraic
The construction of the new fifty bed ward block at Portiuncula Hospital has the potential to allow capacity at the hospital to be increased by an extra twenty beds by utilising existing wards, according to local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten.
The 2020 Cycle Against Suicide Annual Student Leaders’ Congress took place last Friday, January 17, at the Citywest Convention Centre in Dublin, welcoming more than 4,000 students and young people.
Michael Ring, T.D., Minister for Rural and Community Development has welcomed the announcement that St. Joseph’s Secondary School in Foxford, has been approved funds under the Additional Accommodation Scheme.
Ferbane Nursing Home at Gallen Priory hosted the official opening of the new wing and renovations with 13 new ensuite rooms during their family fun day. Currently with a team of 70 employees, this is forecast to increase to 85 when the new wing is fully occupied.
Culture Night is Ireland’s national celebration of culture, creativity and the arts. It takes place all over Galway city and county on Friday 21st September and sparkles well into the night. From Bofin to the Bridge of Banagher, from Bearna to Ballybane and beyond, dozens of entrancing, beguiling and enjoyable events are talking place in a truly brilliant programme that showcases the creative communities and landscapes of Galway, European Capital of Culture. The offerings this year – performances, workshops, exhibitions, concerts, classes, talks, walks and much more for all ages in every conceivable area of creativity - look to be the most exciting ever, and everything is free, brought to you with love from Galway! We’d like to offer a big thank you to all the hard-working artists and art groups, community groups, venues and volunteers who have made Culture Night 2018 possible. So go ahead, check out the brilliant programme and try something new!
St Joseph's secondary school in Castlebar will be celebrating the school's centenary next month, with a weekend of events to mark the 100 years of the school set to take place over Saturday October 27 and Sunday October 28.
Two young people from the St. Joseph's Foroige group in Streamstown, Ciara Maxwell and Adam Costello , joined 250 teenagers from Ireland, India and the USA in Maynooth last week for Foróige’s Leadership for Life Youth Conference.