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Mallow on the watch out for snakes throughout St. Patrick’s Day celebrations


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Mike the Mamba has actually begun his journey around the town.

enable Arts are indebted to all of the business owners who make window space available for this job which includes regional kids from all of all schools.

Children can gather sheets from the Library which they colour in and these sheets then go to increasing Mike’s length. Mike extended to 702 feet in 2015 and they are wishing to go beyond that this year.

When a kid colours in a sheet, they will put their name on the back of the sheet and provide a guess regarding the ultimate length of Mike. There will be rewards for those who think closest to the last length. Special thanks to the Library staff for their aid with this job.

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Mallow Arts Collective are likewise teaming up with C.D.Y.S. in building a huge snake which needs to be among the significant destinations in this year’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. Local teens are working under the instructions of Sharon Doody and Francesca Castellano on the building of the snake and Maureen Flynn is the co-ordinator of both of these tasks.

Meanwhile, Mallow Scribes members are putting strategies in location to commemorate World Poetry Day later on in the month and, obviously, work has actually already started on Mallow Arts Festival which occurs from July 26 to 30.

Regina Glynn Cycle

This year’s Hospice cycle goes from Prague to Vienna and is roughly 550km, happening from Monday, July 3 to Friday July 7. Regina Glynn of the Patrician Academy is now training for the cycle.

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Over the years Regina has actually gathered over €24,000 for the Hospice with her lots of cycles.

The Hospice invites bicyclists of differing levels and uses alternative paths on lots of days and will support you throughout the journey. They likewise have space for a restricted variety of electrical powered bikes, please talk to them on accessibility. Advanced bicyclists have the choice to handle additional climbs up most days, whilst the remainder of the group advance the basic path. Please call them if you would like information of the detour climbs up for this journey.

For info on the cycle contact the Irish Hospice Foundation Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau Street, Dublin 2, D02 YE06 IHFCycle2023.

50 Year Class Reunion

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previous trainees from the 1973 Leaving Cert Class at the Patrician Academy are presently arranging a 50th year reunion in Mallow on September 15.

The occasion will be kept in Keplers Cellar Bar in Mallow beginning at 5pm. The group likewise wish to get a trip of the recently developed school on the day.

Gerard Neville, Kevin Healy and John Kelly are to the leading edge in arranging the Reunion and they wish to get in contact with previous associates who might be residing in any part of the world today.

For more info please contact Gerard on, Kevin at or John at or 086 322 6500.

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