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U3A Monaghan U3A members organsied two events recently to raise funds for two very worthy causes ocally and they are SOSAD, which has recently opened an centre in Monaghan Town and the second recipient will by LA519, which has been set up by family members of the late Luke Aughey to enable people, the young in particular, to get assistance and support when in distress. The first event was a 5k walk in Rossmore Park on Monday last and a big crowd turned out to complete the course while others did it in their own times and own location. The second event as a ‘Lockdown locks hair cut’ on Wednesday at Gortakeegan. Paddy Mallon was barber and he gave Joe McElvaney, Arthur McMeel, Des Sheridan, Pat Sheridan, John Brady, Eamon O’Callaghan and Brendan Lillis a very good haircut. Indeed Paddy practiced on Brendan Lillis first and went round the head a few times and left little hair behind. However it is the donations that count and the members of U£A appreciate every donation and it can be given to any member or by using the U3A donate page with details on the U3A Facebook page. Our images show participants in both events.
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U3A Monaghan U3A members organsied two events recently to raise funds for two very worthy causes ocally and they are SOSAD, which has recently opened an centre in Monaghan Town and the second recipient will by LA519, which has been set up by family members of the late Luke Aughey to enable people, the young in particular, to get assistance and support when in distress. The first event was a 5k walk in Rossmore Park on Monday last and a big crowd turned out to complete the course while others did it in their own times and own location. The second event as a ‘Lockdown locks hair cut’ on Wednesday at Gortakeegan. Paddy Mallon was barber and he gave Joe McElvaney, Arthur McMeel, Des Sheridan, Pat Sheridan, John Brady, Eamon O’Callaghan and Brendan Lillis a very good haircut. Indeed Paddy practiced on Brendan Lillis first and went round the head a few times and left little hair behind. However it is the donations that count and the members of U£A appreciate every donation and it can be given to any member or by using the U3A donate page with details on the U3A Facebook page. Our images show participants in both events.