MULROY COLLEGE, MILFORD SENIOR PRIZE-GIVING – PICTURE SPECIAL

first_imgSixth year prizewinner at the Mulroy College student awards with seated Year head Dympna English, Class teachers Odelle Callaghan, Tara Friel, Declan Doherty and Scátha Farrell, Fiona Temple, School Principal, Student of the year Louise Lynch, Dr. Martin Gormley, Guest Speaker, Sean McFadden, BOM and Tony McCarry, Chairman Parents Association. Photo:- Clive WassonSixth Year Student of the Year Louise Lynch at the Mulroy College student awards. Photo:- Clive WassonDr. Martin Gormley and Fiona Temple presenting Alan McAteer with the sports student of the year award at the Mulroy College student awards. Photo:- Clive WassonDr. Martin Gormley and Fiona Temple presenting Bailey Kane witht the prize for best Junor Cert Result 2015 at the Mulroy College student awards. Photo:- Clive WassonSchool Mentor Programme students at the Mulroy College student awards seated from left are Caoimhe Balney, Aoife Sweeney, Eimear McConigley, Hannah McLaughlin, Ryan Wilkin, Shaun Coyle and Caithi Harvey. Back from left Fiona Temple School Principal, Martin Gormley , Guest speaker and Dympna English, Year Head. Photo:- Clive Wasson3rd Year Prizewinners at the Mulroy College student awards with seated Class Teachers, Michael Doherty,Year head Pedar Sullivan, Fiona Temple, School Principal, Siobhan Sweeney, Student of the Year, Martin Gormley, Education Officer ETB & Guest Speaker, Evelyn Crampsie, Class Teacher and Breda Mc Gettigan, senior prize-giving co-ordinator. Photo:- Clive WassonTY prizewinners at the Mulroy College student awards with seated, Dermot Melaedy, Class Teacher, Fiona Tmple, School Principal, James Sweeney, Student of the Year, Dr. Martin Gormley, Education Officer ETB & Guest Speaker, Ms. Sharkey, Ty Co Ordinator and Sean Mc Fadden Chairman BOM. Photo:- Clive WassonLYIT Scifest winners Connor Bradley and Eylan McBride with martin Gormley, Guest Speaker, Ms. McAteer, Teacher and Fiona Temple School Principal at the Mulroy College student awards. Photo:- Clive WassonFifth Year Prizewinner at the Mulroy College student awards with seated Frank Boyce, Class Teacher, Fiona Temple School Principal, NMicole Carr, 5th Year Student of the Year, Dr. Martin Gormlay, Guest Speaker and Paddy McAteer, Class Teacher. Photo:- Clive WassonGaisce the Presidnets Award recipents at the Mulroy College student awards with Breda McGettigan, Presidents Awards Leader, Dr. Martin Gormley Guest Speaker, Fiona Temple School Principal and Dermot Meleady, Presidents Awards Leader. Photo:- Clive WassonStudents of the years – Nicole Carr, Louise Lynch, James Sweeney and Siobhan Sweeny with Prize Giving Co-Ordinator, Breda McGettigan, Martin Gromley Guset Speaker and Fiona Temple, School Principal at the Mulroy College student awards. Photo:- Clive WassonSports Award Winners at the Mulroy College student awards. Photo:- Clive Wasson MULROY COLLEGE, MILFORD SENIOR PRIZE-GIVING – PICTURE SPECIAL was last modified: May 23rd, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalMilfordMulroy Collegelast_img read more

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State bill part of police turf war over LAX, other airports

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Last year, city voters said overwhelmingly they wanted to keep the LAWA force separate, and were surprised when the Police Protective League tried to undercut the Frommer bill. The measure would provide more training for LAWA police officers. “We think the LAPD is concerned that they will be losing a lot of money if our officers get more training,” one airport official said. “Since Sept, 11, 2001, officers working voluntary overtime have been paid more than $58 million by the airport. The LAPD is getting nearly $70 million a year from the airport. This is not about policing. It’s about money.” Money is on the mind of a lot of candidates running for office in the June 6 primary, with a series of fundraisers being planned in these final days to get the last bit of mail out to you. City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo, a fading long shot for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General against Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown, is at least having some fun with his effort. The Los Angeles Airport Police are gearing up for a war with the Los Angeles Police Protective League over what many thought was an obscure bill dealing with officer training. Instead, AB 1882 by Assemblyman Dario Frommer, D-Glendale, suddenly is gaining a lot of attention as it has revived a long-fought turf war over who will secure LAX and the other city-owned airports. The LAWA police have been fighting the battle nearly every other year since convincing City Charter reformers to include language keeping them independent from the Los Angeles Police Department. The LAPD – and the Police Protective League – however, believe they should have broad authority for policing Los Angeles International Airport, leaving the LAWA police with little more than traffic-control duties. Delgadillo is having a “last call” on Friday at the Conga Room, featuring comedian Paul Rodriguez and actor Jimmy Smits. Tickets are $250 to attend the reception and $2,500 to attend a late-evening dinner with Delgadillo and Smits. For Brown, however, the race is all but over and he is looking ahead to November and the challenge from state Sen. Charles Poochigian, R-Fresno. At a $150-per-person Venice fundraiser last week, Brown touted his credentials to a group of longtime supporters. “There is no other candidate who can say they lived with Linda Ronstadt and worked with Mother Teresa,” Brown joked. He also told the group to expect a difficult campaign from Poochigian. “He will hit us with some stuff that will sting,” Brown told the group. Politics makes for strange dinner companions. One of the most sought-after raffle items at a recent benefit for the private Mayfield Senior High School was dinner with two of the more famous dads at the school – Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and investment banker and longtime political activist Bill Wardlaw. Neither would say how much was bid for the dinner or who won the raffle. “It was for my daughter’s school,” Villaraigosa said. “You can’t say no to that.” What makes the dinner so fascinating is that Wardlaw and Villaraigosa have known and worked together – and against one another, politically – for years. It was Wardlaw who convinced former Mayor Richard Riordan to run for the job and it was Wardlaw who decided to back former Mayor James Hahn in his two races against Villaraigosa. [email protected] (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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