€300.00 donation from Caoimhe, Eorann, Naoise, Fionn and Keelin!!!!!!!!
A huge “Thank You” to Caoimhe, Eorann, Naoise and Fionn Hegarty and to Keelin Power for their fantastic donation of €300.00 to the West Clare MiniMarathon Centre. The “Fantastic Five” decided to donate the proceedings of their St. Stephen’s Day Wren outing to the Centre here in Kilkee and we are extremely grateful to all of you. Thanks also to parents Valerie Hegarty and Roisin Power.
Thank you all sincerely, our very own little ‘Everyday Heroes’!!!
€920.20 raised for West Clare Cancer Centre by Garrihy’s Bar Moyasta!!!!
The Committee of the West Clare Cancer Centre wishes to express a sincere ‘Thank You’ to Michael Garrihy and everybody at Garrihy’s Bar Moyasta for their professional darts exhibition fundraiser held on 27th February last, which raised an astonishing €920.20 for the Centre here in Kilkee. Michael is a stalwart supporter of the West Clare Mini Marathon Centre and we are truly grateful to him for his ongoing commitment and dedication.
WELL DONE EVERYBODY!!!
The organising committee of the 18th Annual West Clare Mini Marathon wishes to congratulate each and every participant who braved the elements for the provision of Cancer Care Services in West Clare. Thanks also to Garrihy’s Bar in Moyasta for their assistance on the day, to Hayes Shop in Kilkee for the provision of much-needed post event tea & coffee, to our stewards, cyclists and gardai who kept us safe on the day and to everybody who contributed in any way in making Sunday a resounding success. Thank you all sincerely, our ‘Everyday Heroes’!!!
Calling all crafters and bakers and candlestick makers!
Do you have Christmas presents or gifts consigned to the back of your dressing table or wardrobe that, given the opportunity, could shine like a jewel in a new home? Are you a dab hand in the kitchen? If so, read on!
Johanna, our counsellor, is holding a fundraiser for the West Clare Cancer Centre on Easter Saturday, March 26th, at the Community Centre in Kilkee, from 12 – 2pm., and would greatly appreciate donations of crafts, home-baking and bric-a-bric. Anybody wishing to donate can contact Johanna on (086) 0829907 or leave donations for her at the Wild Atlantic Wools & Gift Shop, The Market, Ennis – she will also gladly collect donations each Wednesday en route from Ennis to Kilkee. We can also accept donations at the Cancer Centre daily, from 11-2pm. Liberate some possessions for a very worthy cause!
Movember shave-a-thon in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Centre will be held at Garrihy’s Bar, Moyasta, on Saturday 28th November 2015. Movember is an annual event to help raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as depression and male cancers. There will be a raffle and spot prizes on the night and music by ‘Just William’. Come along to support Michael and his band of warriors. A great night’s entertainment is guaranteed and all for a very worthy cause!
€3,000.00 donated to the West Clare MiniMarathon Centre from the late Tony Lynch Memorial Tractor Run………………..
The West Clare Cancer Centre Committee extends its heartfelt gratitude to Assumpta Fennell Lynch and family for their tremendous donation of €3,000.00 to the Centre here in Kilkee, from the proceeds of the Tony Lynch Memorial Tractor Run held on September 20th last. We are extremely grateful to you Assumpta.
Poker Classic 2015 raises €4,860.00 for West Clare Cancer Centre!!!
The West Clare Mini Marathon Committee is extremely grateful to Matt Keating and Vanessa Breen for their commitment and dedication in organising their second Poker Classic fundraiser resulting in an astounding €4,860.00 donation to our Centre here in Kilkee. Thank you to everybody who contributed to this event making it a resounding success.
Thank you all sincerely.
We are extremely grateful to Martin Donnelly and fellow cyclists from the Clonee Cycling Club for their tremendous donation of €11,500 to the West Clare Cancer Centre. The ‘In Remembrance’ Cycle, from Clonee to Cooraclare, took place in June of this year, in aid of the West Clare Cancer Centre, Kilkee, and St. Francis Hospice in Dublin. This is a marvellous result for both charities and a marvellous reflection of all those involved. You truly are our ‘Everyday Heroes’ and the absolute epitomy of altruism.
Thank you all sincerely.