Coffee morning in aid of Tanzanian project
Published 04/07/2013 | 05:26
For early readers of the Corkman, you may like to make your way to the Fermoy Resource Centre on this Thursday morning where your cuppa will help to support the father and daughter team from Corrin, Fermoy who are planning to travel to Tanzania from July 13th to 27th where they will be working to help a Pallotine priest friend in the running of the Parish for two weeks and in the running for health related sports camp for the primary school children in the Parish of Esso in Northern Tanzania.
James Maye and his daughter Clodagh, who has just finished Transition year in Loreto Fermoy, will present equipment and furniture to the school purchased with the funds raised via the Coffee morning and other ventures.
If you cannot make it to the Coffee morning, you can still make a donation directly to Clodagh or James at their home Corrin House, Fermoy or phone 086/3926583.