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Instead of sitting on a reviewing stand in Eyre Square, resplendent in red robes, city councillors should watch the St Patrick’s Day Parade while “standing shoulder to shoulder” with the people.
Bernie O'Connell and the Board of Galway FC have been announced as Galway City Council Volunteers of the Year at the 11th Annual Mayor's Awards for Galway City on Tuesday night.
“All the volunteers who are nominated for a Mayor’s Award are already winners in their own right,” said Galway city Mayor Padraig Conneely this week.
Dominick Burke, a long-serving organiser with the Galway Red Cross, was this week made the Galway City Credit Union’s Volunteer of the Year at the city’s 10th Annual Mayor's Awards.
Galwegians who volunteer in all areas of city life, be it sport, the arts, youth work, or in the community generally, are eligible for nomination for The Mayor’s Awards 2012.
The Galway City Credit Union’s Volunteer of the Year award went to Phyllis McNamara at the eighth annual Mayor’s Awards for Galway City which was held at the Black Box Theatre on Tuesday evening.
The Night for Manuela Organising Committee won the Galway City Credit Union’s Volunteers of the Year at the eighth Annual Mayor’s Awards for Galway City.
Councillor Mary Kelly, mayor of Ballina, has just announced details of the annual Mayor’s charity event. This year, instead of the Mayor’s Ball, Cllr Kelly is hosting a Mayor’s Midsummer Barbecue, which will take place on Friday June 11 from 6pm to 9pm at the Glasgow Kennedy House, The Quay.
VETERAN footballer and coach and fundraiser extraordinaire Billy Carr of Mervue was named as the Galway city Volunteer of the Year at the annual Mayor’s Awards which were presented on Tuesday night.
The Mayor’s Awards will be going ahead as planned and nothing will be getting in the way of honouring the work of community groups and individuals in the city, according to Mayor of Galway Cllr Padraig Conneely.