Currow is set to stage the Eamon Carey Memorial Tractor/Truck Run in memory of a much loved Currow man and Pieta House will benefit.
The run will be held on Sunday, October 8th and the late Mr. Carey’s sister Mary B explained how the event came about:
Friends and Family
“His friends and family decided to mark his first anniversary. It is due to the love he had and the knowledge of all types of machinery and his career as a livestock truck driver we chose a tractor/truck run event in his memory,” she said.
Registration for the run will take place from 11am at Castleisland Co-Op Mart whilst the run itself will commence at 1pm.
Start at the Mart
“We will start out from Castleisland Mart and go out towards Farranfore and turn right down past Ardcrone Graveyard. We’ll continue through Firies and finish in Currow Village.
“It will be a fun, family day out with refreshments in Cunniffe’s Bar in Currow Village afterwards,” said Mary B.
Entry is €30 per vehicle and all proceeds from the event will be donated to Pieta House. All are welcome. Enquiries to 087 38 80 085 or 087 91 56 025 or 087 99 38 637.
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