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Marathon Girls Covid did not prevent a group of girls from North Monaghan from taking part in a Marathon Run for charity. They had trained for the run but then Covid put a stop to the event itself. The girls however ran a Virtual Marathon and in the process raised €7,600 which they divided between their two chosen charities - Diabetes Ireland and Monaghan/Cavan Palliative Care. The second charity needs no introduction and is well known for the quality of care they offer at a very sensitive time and many families have been extremely thankful to them for the support and comfort they afforded. The first charity may be lesser known but the girls felt that more emphasis needs to be put on the problem of diabetes and Diabetes Ireland is helping to highlight the condition and to assist people take the necessary steps to avoid the consequences of the condition. If the condition is diagnosed early it can be managed and this can prevent the serious complications, which can follow untreated diabetes. It seems that men are more prone to developing diabetes and delay longer before going to the doctor which can result in complications. So well done to the girls on their efforts and for raising the funds and the awareness. The girls are: Patricia Feely, Sabina Treanor, Sandra McQuaid, Rosemary Bellew, Linda O’Reilly and Noleen McCrudden. They are pictured here with the cheques for the two charities and due to Covid there will be no formal presentation but the money will be given to the two organisations quietly.
Emyvale: Tidy Towns …………………………… HERE Jolly Joggers ………………………... HERE ‘Happy Emyvale’ ………………….. HERE Séamus McCluskey Obit ………… HERE News From Noeleen ……………… HERE Gary Askin Presentations ……… HERE Gretta Neeson ……………………. HERE Fr. Mick Takes His Leave ………. HERE Nancy is 80 ………………………. HERE Village Inhabitants ………………. HERE Local Poet …………………………… HERE Halloween …………………………. HERE Sundown Sessions ……………….. HERE Edenmore NS Board ……………… HERE Maura McKenna RIP ……………… HERE Panto in 1977. ……………………. HERE
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Marathon Girls Covid did not prevent a group of girls from North Monaghan from taking part in a Marathon Run for charity. They had trained for the run but then Covid put a stop to the event itself. The girls however ran a Virtual Marathon and in the process raised €7,600 which they divided between their two chosen charities - Diabetes Ireland and Monaghan/Cavan Palliative Care. The second charity needs no introduction and is well known for the quality of care they offer at a very sensitive time and many families have been extremely thankful to them for the support and comfort they afforded. The first charity may be lesser known but the girls felt that more emphasis needs to be put on the problem of diabetes and Diabetes Ireland is helping to highlight the condition and to assist people take the necessary steps to avoid the consequences of the condition. If the condition is diagnosed early it can be managed and this can prevent the serious complications, which can follow untreated diabetes. It seems that men are more prone to developing diabetes and delay longer before going to the doctor which can result in complications. So well done to the girls on their efforts and for raising the funds and the awareness. The girls are: Patricia Feely, Sabina Treanor, Sandra McQuaid, Rosemary Bellew, Linda O’Reilly and Noleen McCrudden. They are pictured here with the cheques for the two charities and due to Covid there will be no formal presentation but the money will be given to the two organisations quietly.