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Junior Badminton October sees the start of the Badminton Season. We have a very full schedule ahead, with six teams [6o players] taking part in the County Leagues. We have two teams in each of the age groups, U12, U14 and U16. The matches will start on October 20th, and each competitor will have a… Read more »

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The Claregalway Scouts Aged between 11 and 13 years had a busy time from Easter to October. The following are some of the activities they too part in: Dannan Shield (17th, 18th, 19th May) Claregalway hosted this Weekend Event and entered three local teams. There was a range of activities, including Pioneering, Compass Course, Axe;Saw, The… Read more »

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The Claregalway Branch of the Apostolic Society held its Annual Display and Cake sale and church gate collection on Sunday, 29th September. Members of the Branch are extremely grateful to the people for their generosity. The church gate collection amounted to £289.75. A very special thanks to all the people from Carnmore and Claregalway who… Read more »

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Claregalway Skin Care & Aromatherapy Clinic, Kiniska, Claregalway. Reflexlogy is a method for activating the healing powers of the body. It is both old and new. From ancient texts, we know that the early Chinese, Japanese, Indians, Russians, and Egyptians worked on the feet to promote good health. Today many of these same techniques have… Read more »

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Claregalway Community Action Group held its Annual General Meeting in the School on the 30th September, 1996, and the following Officers and Committee were elected: Chairman Mr. G. Cullinane Secretary Mr. V. Lyons Treasurer Mrs. B. Day P.R.O.(Joint) Mrs. M. Noonan and Mr. S. McNulty Committee Canon G. Callinan, Mr. P. Coen, Mrs. J. Farrell, Mr. M. Hession, Mr. L… Read more »

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FÉ 16 County League Final Unbeaten in the Co. League against Annaghdown, Barna, Salthill, Ml. Breathnach, An Ceathrú Rua and Dunmore McHales, Corofin proved to be the stumbling block in our attempt to retain the County title which we won in 1995. They beat us in the 1996 final by 1–8 to 1–3 at Annaghdown… Read more »

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Galway Youth Federation is the main umbrella body for Youth work in Galway City and County. The organisation has a Professional Youth work Staff, sponsors a FAS Community Employment Programme and has a volunteer corps of 180 dedicated adults. These are some of the facts about Galway Youth Federation which aims to provide personal development… Read more »

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Claregalway Parents Association AGM was held in the School Hall on the 26th September 1996. There was an attendance of approximately 30 people. I would like to thank the Association’s outgoing Chairperson Carol Steven, Secretary Liz Clarke and the Committee for their tremendous work throughout the year. The following members were elected for the coming… Read more »

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Looking back on 1996, it’s hard to believe that it’s just a few short months since we finished our production of Moll by John B. Keane. And what a success it was! In just three weeks during March, the group played to an audience of over 2,000 people on the Festival Circuit across three provinces,… Read more »

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This year our school went to Renville for our school trip and it was one of our most successful outings ever. Renville has everything you could need for a group of enthusiastic Montessori children. The big day arrived and the children armed with buckets, and bouncing with energy set off on their journey to Renville…. Read more »

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The members of the Junior Badminton Club have completed a very satisfactory season. We have enjoyed huge success, both locally and nationally, and had lots of fun in the process. We travelled to compete in tournaments throughout the Country, and won open competitions at venues as far afield as Belfast, Donegal, Sligo, Carrick-on-Shannon and Dublin…. Read more »

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Late Summer, fine weather and holidays; we tend to forget about the garden. There is no better way to spend a fine day relaxing, than in the garden watching plants flourish, birds sing and bees buzzing around collecting pollen. At this time of the year, there are many jobs we can do. In Galway, this… Read more »

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