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When Mitchell Henry entered Westminster parliament in 1871 he went with hope in his heart and a mission to tell the British people the circumstances of the Irish tenant farmer. He reminds me of the Frank Cappa film Mr Smith Goes to Washington where a naive, idealistic young man has plans to change America.* Mitchell Henry, a liberal, kindly man, had however, walked into a political cauldron, waiting to explode.
A large number of community organisations have stepped up to the plate to help out those in need during the Covid-19 outbreak - in this weeks Community Diary we have listed a number of htem.
Over 70 people gathered in the Linenhall Foyer on Friday, February 7 to attend the opening of a photographic exhibition “Qualities of Water” and the launch of an educational booklet “Lough Carra – a Gem Worth preserving”.
Numerous attempts by members of the South Westmeath Hospice committee to engage in meaningful and productive talks with the HSE pertaining to the future of the facility have failed to come to fruition.
Management and set up: Kevin O’Brien is Corofin’s manager, but he will be the first to credit everyone involved in this set-up - coaches, strength and conditioning coach, dietician, stats team, and many more. Corofin are a most professional club outfit and it shows on the pitch, while off the pitch chairman Michael Ryder is credited with organsing the necessary funds, helped by club treasurer John Raftery and and secretary Jimmy McHugh.
Galway is gearing up for the 2020 Galway International Rally and the 2020 Irish Tarmac Rally Championship.
A new state of the art full sized AstroTurf pitch is to be developed in the East Galway village of New Inn following the awarding of a grant of almost €1m from the government’s Regional Sports Capital Fund.
The battle for positions in the Mayo GAA executive has taken shape following the release of the full list of candidates for positions, ahead of the convention which will take place on Sunday, December 15 in Belmullet.
In a positive and most welcome development, the HSE has withdrawn its proposal to close the South Westmeath Hospice.
As the South Westmeath Hospice committee continue to raise and enhance public awareness regarding matters pertinent to the future of the palliative care unit in Athlone, a welcome development will occur on Thursday evening (September 26), as the HSE has formally invited the local volunteer group to meet with the Head of Social Care, Mr. Jude O’Neill, as negotiations pertaining to the future of the facility commence in earnest.