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Golden Island Shopping Centre has once again shown its support for the local community by joining forces with Midlands Simon Community to help raise some much needed funds towards the fight against homelessness.
A number of local businesses are showing real community spirit and also showing that a real difference can be made to the lives of those in our community who need our help and support.
A local man has enlisted a 100-strong team of family, friends and colleagues to take part in this year’s Galway marathon in aid of the Meningitis Trust.
Athlone Towncentre is once again showing its commitment to the local community by hosting an exhibition for the duration of the Euro-Festival week, July 24– 31.
Another league campaign over. Another relegation confirmed. Division one in 2009 to division three in 2011. The Irish housing market hasn’t slid as quickly or as far as the fortunes of our county footballers. It is now 14 league outings in a row without a win. Kilkenny are the only other team in the entire league not to have collected any points. A dismal points difference of -52 to boot.
A farmer from Mayo was one of 11 recipients of National Awards to Volunteers in Irish Sport on Wednesday.
The annual general meeting of the Irish United Nations Veterans Association (IUNVA), Post 9 (Athlone), took place on Monday January 18. The Post was re-established in September 2009 and over 30 members attended the AGM in the NCOs Mess Custume Barracks, Athlone.
Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge, the national institution for third-level education through Irish at NUI Galway has appointed Susan Folan as co-ordinator of the new MA Ateangaireacht Chomhdhála/Conference Interpreting programme, commencing at the end of September.
The Midlands Simon Community is organising a relay race with a difference as part of its fundraising efforts for National Simon Week. The event, which is being hosted by Athlone Institute of Technology, will provide a unique way for people across the Midlands to show solidarity with some of the most vulnerable in our society and help end homelessness across the region, while having a great day out.
The Midlands Simon Community yesterday launched their programme of activities in the first ever ‘Simon Week’, a nationwide initiative designed to increase awareness and understanding of the issue of homelessness. The week will also celebrate the vital contribution made by volunteers to the work of Midlands Simon Community.