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Ireland has a long history of individuals, groups, and charities assisting homeless people through charitable donations, fundraising activities, voluntary work, and the provision of accommodation. While philanthropic efforts can never solve the problem of homelessness, such endeavours have left their mark in the historical archives.
The Athlone Croi na hEireann Festival committee will host its AGM in The Bounty tonight (Thursday, September 21), at 8pm.
With less than four weeks to go to what will be the 103rd Claremorris Agriculture Show and Trade Fair on August Bank Holiday Sunday 6th, major plans are being put in place by the Show committee and volunteers to ensure that this year's event will be one of the most successful in its long and proud history, embracing the modern with the traditional in what is an annual family and community gathering at the Claremorris Athletic grounds - still known locally as the Racecourse or indeed the Showgrounds.
Moate Tidy Towns recently hosted an in-person AGM in Tuar Ard Arts Centre, their first such gathering post Covid-19 pandemic.
The retired members of the former Department of Posts & Telegraphs, An Post, Telecom Eireann, Eircom and Eir at Eglinton Street are holding the An Post/Eircom reunion in the Menlo Park Hotel on Friday May 19.
The closing event of the Croi na hEireann Festival 2023 was hosted on the TUS Athlone Campus last Friday morning which also coincided with an onsite Daffodil Day fundraising initiative for the Irish Cancer Society.
Our first illustration today is a drawing by MJ Tighe, architect, Galway, of the proposed new clubhouse for the Royal Galway Yacht Club at the corner of the Gaol River and the Eglinton Canal. The club was founded and received Royal Warrant in 1882. It was established as a social combination to promote sailing and rowing on the bay and lake, and the enjoyment of all the amenities of the Corrib Lake and River. They managed to survive and carry on for some years in difficult circumstances.
The Athlone Show will take place on Michael Donoghue’s farm on Sunday, June 18, it was has been confirmed.
Croí na hÉireann Festival chairperson, John Henson, has expressed his gratitude to all those who were in attendance at the festival launch in The Bounty recently.