Management, staff and the parents’ council at Gaelscoil Aogháin have expressed their delight in announcing that €1,650 was collected for the Palliative Care Unit at University Hospital Kerry and Pieta House through the school raffle.
The draw took place before Christmas under the watchful eyes of the parents’ council and school staff.
The results are as follows: Geaney’s Oil €25 Voucher: Casey Ní Chatháin Ní Mhurchú; Geaneys Oil €25 Voucher: Jake Scanlon; Portable DVD Player: Marc Mac Curtáin; Marion’s Beauty Salon €20: Emmet Ó hÍcí; Walsh’s Electrical- Radio: Riley Ó Conchúir; Move with Tara,-€30 Voucher: Marie O Leary; Tommy Hickey – Clock- Lewis Ó Sé; Lynch’s Chemist-Hamper: Jake Scanlon; Ballyseedy Garden Centre- €50 Voucher: Áine Ní Riordáin; Ballyseedy Garden Centre-€25 Voucher: Shea Mac Mathúna; Ballygarry Hotel-Meal for two Voucher: Noreen de Prionndaibhéil; Rhyno Mills- €30 Voucher: Tomás Kenny; Quinlans-Voucher for shop/seafood bars/Restaurant: Will De Róiste; Browne’s Hardware-€25 Voucher: Eric Rocha; Kennelly Chemist-Hamper: Lúc Ó Riagáin; Crowley’s Chemist-Hamper: Lara Kirby; Eleco-€100 Voucher for Gerard’s: Ryan Ó Conchúir; Norma Foley- €40 – One4All Voucher: Teghan Ní Chatháin Ní Mhurchú;
“We would like to thank everyone who contributed to these worthy causes, cheques will be presented to Pieta House and the Palliative Care Unit, Kerry University Hospital over the coming days,” – arsa an Priomh Oide, Tomás Ó Conchúir.
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