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St Muredach’s College in Ballina welcomed back one of their own last week as former Mayo football captain, Ronan McGarrity, returned to the college.
To mark the last weekend of Blue September, Whelehans Pharmacy in Mullingar are holding free men’s check-ups as part of their ‘Blue Weekend’ this weekend (Friday and Saturday September 27 and 28). For their Blue Weekend, the staff of Whelehans will be dressing in blue and there will be competitions and fun events for men. So ladies, get your men down to Whelehans this weekend for a free health check. There is no excuse!
It is Tuesday afternoon and the sun is shining brightly at Pearse Stadium.
The inaugural Blue September Ireland aims to challenge Irish men to face up to cancer and to raise awareness of bowel, lung, prostate, and testicular cancer, while fundraising for Irish charities Cancer Care West, the Marie Keating Foundation, the Mater Foundation, and the Mercy Hospital Foundation.
The NUI Galway Students’ Union will be encouraging male students to grow a moustache for Movember to raise funds for the Action Prostate Programme run by the Irish Cancer Society.