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Over € 8,000 has been raised in the Athlone area through a golf classic and raffle at Mount Temple Golf Club to help local priest Fr PJ Hughes in his missionary work in Equador. Over 30 teams played and the raffle was supported by people throughout the Midlands.
Two of Westmeath’s most famous musicians, Foster and Allen, are to appeal a High Court judgement handed down this week (November 22) after the unsuccessfully defended demands from the Revenue Commissioners totalling €6.33 million, despite the judge sympathising with the duo over their being defrauded by disgraced accountant Patrick Russell.
A case against one of the partners in musical duo Foster and Allen for not filing tax returns was dismissed in the District Court this week (March 24) after a judge accepted the letter of compliance Mr Tony Allen received from his accountant Paddy Russell on Revenue Commissioner-headed paper was “a forgery”.
Galway Community College in Móinín na gCíseach opened on September 1 1969. Jack Mahon was the first principal and among the staff were vice-principal Tom Gallagher, Philomena Burke, Joe Rooney, Peter Keady, Seán O’Donnell, Noel Carpenter, Joan Ryan, Myra Ryan, and Philip Cribbin. The aim was to create a caring atmosphere where students were and are encouraged and helped to develop their unique talents and gifts, by providing the academic and vocational skills that enable them to attain their maximum potential and participate fully as good citizens in society.
Featuring a host of stars such as Tony Allen, TR Dallas, Brendan Lee, and Frank Nelson, along with old reliables, the Carmelite Lourdes Band, the annual Carmelite Lourdes fund party takes place next Tuesday February 16 with compere on the night Tom Curtin.
The county could be in line for a number of seasonally appropriate projects in the coming days as some springtime optimism seems to be sprinkled over the planning process in recent weeks.
“I CANNOT get enough of these guys, they soothe the soul.” So said US president Barack Obama about the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, who will launch their new album in Cuba*, Eyre Square on Friday May 29 at 8pm.
One half of Westmeath’s most famous duet, Mr Tony Allen, was given a six month reprieve in court this week (September 16) in his ongoing case against not filing annual tax returns in time, when the judge referred to a letter of reassuarance from his former accountant as “a forgery”.
Tony Allen, the second member of the county's most successful singing duet to face charges of not filing annual tax returns in time, got a brief reprieve in the District Court this week (June 10) to allow time for his controversial accountant to appear and explain why he didn't answer a summons issued by Allen's legal team.
Fans of Charlie Landsborough will be pleased to hear that the man with the inspirational music is embarking on an Irish tour this November, taking in the Shearwater Hotel, Ballinasloe next Friday November 21.