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Indoor Hurling Yet again we have completed another successful season of indoor hurling with an attendance of 86 boys from U8 to U10 age groups. Although our season started late and we met with interference with the F&M crisis it made everyone involved very proud to see the turn out for our recently run blitz…. Read more »

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When someone tells you that his or her sport is rowing you might conjure up a vision of a small wooden boat paddling up the Corrib on a nice Summer’s day, and wonder where is the challenge in that. Or you might think of the currachs in Kinvarra during the Cruinniú na mBád festival. Or… Read more »

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We cannot forget Father’s Day on June 17th and hope you all made an effort to make it a memorable day for Dad—it’s the little things that count, remember! The following is an extract from Journalist’s Fergal Keane’s collection of articles. His heartfelt message addressed to his newborn son, attracted huge response and will evoke… Read more »

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The Work of a Beauty Therapist The Beauty Therapist is a trained beauty expert. He/she may give treatments such as face and body massage, skin care, make-up, electrolysis, waxing, manicure and pedicure. Beauty Therapists are employed in beauty salons and health clinics and may also work in hospitals in the treatment of scars, birth marks,… Read more »

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Well done to everyone involved in recycling, no matter how small your contribution, it makes a difference for a cleaner tomorrow! We have had a great response! Many people were eager to start recycling and did not know what to do until now. At this time most people know about Ryan Recycling and where to purchase… Read more »

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Claregalway Amenity Group is grateful to Councillor Noel Grealish and Councillor Jarlath McDonagh for their financial contribution towards the Welcome to Claregalway stones. A lot of work has gone into the sourcing of these stones and we feel we have depicted the historical aspects of Claregalway with these stones, superbly designed by Natural Stone Design in… Read more »

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Belated birthday wishes to Margaret Langan, Rooaunmore and to her son Kevin who celebrated their birthdays on the 25th and the 26th May last. Hope you both had a great day. Congratulations to Geraldine and Thomas Callinan, Cregboy on the birth of their son Thomas Patrick born on the 26th May. Also belated wishes to… Read more »

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ESB powerline pylons—Are you aware of the real costs? Are they coming to a town near you? Are you aware that 1 in 3 people in this country will develop cancer? Are you aware that the air you breathe within 500m of high voltage powerlines can seriously damage you health? Are you aware that recent… Read more »

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The Draft Development Plan for Claregalway is a blueprint for the development of the village for the next six years. This is a critical period in the development of the village as it moves from an era where little growth or change took place to the present time with pressure for housing, community facilities, new… Read more »

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Church of the Assumption & St. James, Claregalway Saturday, May 26th 2001 Claregalway School Stephen Fee, Aoife Greally, Jonathan Healy, Karen Hurney, Áine Keenan, Ruairí Lynch, Helen Moran, Laura McHugh, Árann McMahon, Clíodhna McMahon, Ciara Newell, Melissa Noone, Angela O’Connor, Brendan O’Dea, Rachel O’Dea, Emma Shaughnessy, Céri Staunton, Stephen Walsh, Darragh Whelan. Teacher: Ms. Moylan…. Read more »

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