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Congratulations to Carol McKiernan and Helen Moran who were top prize winners in the Book Review Competition organized by the County Library. There were 2,500 entries from 235 schools in Galway City and County, the age group ranging from children between the ages of 8 and 12. The children were asked to review a book… Read more »

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Wedding bells were ringing throughout June for the following couples, and we wish them congratulations Marie Fahy and Donal O’Connell on 2nd June Sarah Walsh and Stephen Morley on 3rd June Carmel Lyons and Tom Culkeen on 22nd June Michelle Cormican and Enda Egan on 6th July Aidan Concannon Summerfield and Lorraine Kelly, Milford, Co. Donegal… Read more »

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The refurbishments to the Centre are still in the planning stages, but the committee hope to have them finalised in the near future. In the meantime, fundraising is ongoing. A calendar based on photographs of the parish taken by local photographer Gerry Mooney, is being compiled and should be available in the autumn. This will… Read more »

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A wonderfully relaxed and enjoyable evening of music was held in the SMA house on the 10th June last. It was held by music teacher Ranveig Helene Nordbryhn, known also as Helene, as an end of year showcase for her students. Helene is a native of Norway who came to Galway some years ago and… Read more »

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July can be one of the best months to enjoy your garden. It is the month in which we see maximum growth with lots of colour from trees, shrubs and bedding plants. The weather (this is usually our warmest month) can often be conducive to gardening or sitting out, relaxing or having a barbecue. The… Read more »

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Micheál Hughes cutting the ribbon outside Hughes new supermarket. Also in the picture are Martin, Mary, Martina, Margaret and Jimmy Hughes. The opening of Hughes Family Supermarket which was opened on Friday the 6th July, brought a much needed boost to Claregalway and the surrounding areas. The Supermarket spans 10,000 square feet with very impressive,… Read more »

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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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