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Saturday 20 October 2018

140 enjoy short break in west

John Hennessy, Pat Byrne, James Watters, Caroline Myers-McCabe, Tadhg O’Sullivan, Michael Curtis and Seamus Gormley, Dundalk Lions Club make a presentation to John Brennan and Vincent Jackson, Dundalk Graveyard Association, Killanny
John Hennessy, Pat Byrne, James Watters, Caroline Myers-McCabe, Tadhg O’Sullivan, Michael Curtis and Seamus Gormley, Dundalk Lions Club make a presentation to John Brennan and Vincent Jackson, Dundalk Graveyard Association, Killanny
Some of the large group waiting to board a bus for the Dundalk Lions Club annual holiday to Co. Galway
Some of the large group waiting to board a bus for the Dundalk Lions Club annual holiday to Co.Galway

A group of 140 people from the town returned last week from a short holiday in Galway.

The short three day break was organised by Dundalk Lions Club and 140 pensioners and carers departed Dundalk on coaches last Monday morning.

They left for the Connemara Hotel where they enjoyed the break, with free entertainment organised every evening.

The group also enjoyed a trip of Lough Corrib and a day in Galway city as part of the break.

Dundalk Lions Club have organised several similar short breaks over the years.

Additionally prior to departure from Mulholland Avenue last Monday, the Lions Club made a donation to committee members of the Dundalk Graveyard Association, Kilanny.

The Association have a renovation project ongoing at the graveyard.

The Argus

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