Matt Keating and Vanessa Breen will be holding their annual Poker Classic in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon on Sunday, November 1st, 2015, at the Westbridge Bar in Miltown Malbay. Tickets are €25.00 each, Prize Money €1,500.00 pro rata, commencing at 7 p.m.
Tickets can be bought from Matt, Vanessa or Michael, and are also available from the West Clare Cancer Centre in Corry Lane, Kilkee, (065) 9060762.
Contact Matt Keating on (086) 6049444.
Contact Vanessa Breen on (085) 1326111.
Contact Michael Talty (087) 26636010.
Cailum Burke’s ‘Shave or Dye’ fundraising event will not take place on Sunday 18th October next, as previously advertised. It is hoped that the event will take place at a later date. We will keep you posted!
It’s aces high (hopefully!) on Sunday November 1st 2015, as Matt Keating’s and Vanessa Breen’s WEST CLARE CANCER POKER CLASSIC fundraiser in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon gets under way. Starting at 7p.m. in the Westbridge Bar in Miltown Malbay, Prize Money is €1,500.00 pro rata and tickets are €25.00 each. For more information or to sponsor a spot-prize, contact Vanessa on (085) 1326111, Matt on (086) 6049444 & Michael Talty on (087) 26636010. Tickets are also available from Mags Keane in Keanes Bar Carrigaholt.
Find us on facebook or drop into the West Clare Cancer Centre, Corry Lane, Kilkee, Co. Clare for more information.
Thank You Event Organisers of the Dan O’Halloran Memorial Road Race
We here at the West Clare Mini Marathon Centre wish to express our sincere gratitude to Carmel O’Halloran and event organisers of the Dan O’Halloran Memorial Road Race at Kilmihil Festival of Fun for their incredibly generous donation of €1,000.00 to our Centre here in Kilkee. Thank you all again and congratulations on another tremendously successful event.
A Big Thank You To Our Philanthropic Friends
We want to express our deepest gratitude to Pat Boland and fellow Officers of the County Clare Golf Outing Benefit Fund, Inc., of which Pat is President, for their recent donation of Eight Thousand Dollars (€6,896.55) to the West Clare Cancer Centre here in Kilkee. Pat, who resides in Yonkers, New York, is, himself, a native of Kilkee, Co. Clare. The Charity is in its twentieth year and the two other beneficiaries of this year’s fundraiser, held on July 30th 2015, were St. Clare’s School in Ennis, Co. Clare and the YWCA White Plains Special Needs Programs in New York. This is a phenomenal achievement and a marvellous reflection of everybody involved.
Sincere thanks to you all, our “every-day hereos”.
Thank you to Michael’s “A Team” in Miltown Malbay
We would like to thank the team at Michael A’s Miltown Malbay for their fantastic donation of €1,000.00 to us, on foot of the official opening of Francie K’s Beer Garden. We are, as always, humbled by the commitment and dedication of everybody involved whose sole aim is to improve the lives of others. Again, heartfelt thanks, the West Clare Cancer Centre Committee.
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Thanks to Mary T. and her Mighty Mullagh Masseys & Genial John Deeres!!!
The West Clare Mini Marathon Committee wishes to congratulate and thank Mary T Mc Inerney for another amazing Tractor Run event held on Sunday, 19th July last, and also for the resultant tremendous donation of €4,408.52 to the West Clare Cancer Centre. The huge level of commitment and dedication invested by all really means so much to our Cancer Centre here in Kilkee and we sincerely appreciate the endeavours of everybody involved. It is people such as yourself who are the life-blood of any voluntary organisation. Again, many thanks, Mary as we bid farewell to the stars of the show for another year!!!