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On Monday The Football Association of Ireland launched its 2014 Festival of Football and annual general meeting which will take place in County Westmeath from July 21-26.
Galway will host a special women's triathlon training day for beginners on Saturday May 3.
The response to the Music Generation project in Westmeath has been described by its coordinator as “staggering”.
Five NUI Galway students and graduates were among a group of inspirational young people presented with the Gaisce Gold Award by President Michael D Higgins.
It is all systems go at Kavanagh's SuperValu as staff, customers, and community from their four Mayo stores gear up and get ready to take on their most challenging fundraising venture yet. 'Hop up 4 Hospice' is a cycle challenge across Mayo on September 14 as part of the 'Help us to Help Others Campaign' for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation.
After opening less than six months ago, and already having provided the Midlands representatives at the national youth music awards, the YoYo Café continues to blossom with the news this week that it is now available for private hire.
Westmeath County Council in conjunction with Westmeath Community & Voluntary Forum and Westmeath Comhairle na nÓg are hosting a Mental Health Seminar for community activists, youth workers, support workers, and all with an interest in the subject.
Western Care have announced former politician Mary O’Rourke as the guest speaker for their upcoming Candlelight Ball which takes place on Saturday, February 9. Former celebrity guest speakers at the ball include An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, sports commentator Micheál O’Muircheartaigh and Mary Davis of the Special Olympics. The Candlelight Ball is a solid fixture in the Castlebar social calendar.
The 13th annual Candlelight Ball in aid of Western Care was recently launched in Breaffy House Resort by Brendan Henaghan, Mayor of Castlebar, and was attended by Caroline Gordon, chairperson, Castlebar voluntary branch Western Care, the 2013 Candlelight Ball committee, members and supporters of this very significant annual fundraising event.
The news of the tragic death of Jeremy Dee last Sunday shocked and stunned all who knew him. Anyone who was involved in soccer in any capacity in Mayo and even further afield could not but have encountered Jeremy on a number of occasions, and had to have been touched by his love for the game and his infectious attitude towards it. This writer on a couple of occasions was also on the end of a good natured ribbing from him when Jeremy thought more coverage was deserved to this or that team. Invariably he was right and more coverage was deserved to whomever he was on about. Jeremy was always very giving of his time whenever this writer had the pleasure to contact him about anything at all, and also in his role with Mid West Radio commentating on soccer games, a number of cramped press boxes were shared over the years with him. He will be sadly missed by all those in the press who worked with him.