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He may have parted ways with his party but former Fine Gael representative turned Independent Seamus Weir is far from out in the cold.
Fine Gael has managed to rescue one top post in local politics in Mayo following the major power shift brought about in the Local Elections at the end of May.
Those were the words of Deputy Michelle Mulherin when she addressed the members of the Ballina branch of Young Fine Gael at its recent AGM. The members, whose age range is from 15 to 30 years, were given an address on a number of local and national issues by Deputy Mulherin. In particular, she noted that the economic outlook was promising and that the future prospects for school-leavers and graduates were good. Local Fine Gael councillors John O’Hara, Eddie Staunton and Seamus Weir updated the branch members on a number of local issues.
Castlebar Young Fine Gael will hold its first meeting following the summer break this Saturday. The new committee comprises Darragh Loftus (chairperson), Liam McHale (secretary), Shane Reilly (PRO), Aoibhinn Kenny (treasurer), Jack O’Donnell (vice-chairperson) and Michael Walsh (membership officer for North-West region), are keen to welcome new members between the ages of 15 and 30 to join.
A 25-year-old beef and sheep farmer from Ardrahan has been named this week as the Galway FBD Young Farmer of the Year.
The Galway Branch of Cairde Chiarrai, the Kerry People’s Association in Galway, recently held its annual general meeting. It has been another successful year for the organisation, which was reflected in the report of the outgoing chairman.
Midlands Simon Community has launched a new campaign which hopes to highlight the importance of making a will, and how remembering a charity in your will can make a significant difference to the lives of others.
Kilkenny violinist Patrick Rafter (17) has won the prestigious National Concert Hall Young Musicians’ Award for violin performance.
The ninth and final race of the Vodafone C&C Cellular Mayo Road Race League takes place in Westport on Sunday December 27. It looks like being an exciting finale to another successful race series. Ninety eight men and 112 women athletes have won points in the eight races so far. The 2009 Race League has proved an excellent testing ground for the Fit4Life members who started their programme back in February. They have been training weekly at the five group sessions organised by clubs in conjunction with Mayo Sports Partnership. The Westport 5k will include a Fit4Life team challenge among the five groups.