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Published 11 months ago 11th September 2021 by Joe Kenny


Hubert Burke, representing Clonmel traders, presenting signed petition to Mayor of Clonmel, Havemann, Denmark. Alderman Seamus Healy, objecting to the proposed Disk Parking in Clonmel on January 26,
1995. The petition was signed by thousands of shopkeepers, their staff, customers and others who
strongly oppose this new Corporation plan to alleviate parking in the town centre.

Photographed at the Ritz Fashion Show held in the Clonmel Arms Hotel in aid of Clonmel Lyons Club on February 16, 1995, are L to R: Marie Wolfe, Newcastle West; Freddie Hatton, President Clonmel Lyons Club; John Costigan, Sales Director Showerings Ltd.; Christine Havemann, Denmark.
As a result of an outstanding performance in her Junior Certificate Maths examination, Karen Meaney (centre), The Valley, Fethard, a student at Patrician / Presentation School, Fethard, has been chosen by University of Limerick and University College Cork to participate in the preparation of the Mathematical Olympiad Team, which will go on to represent Ireland in
Canada later in 1995 To have been so successful is a great tribute to Karen’s dedication to study. Karen will be assisted, during the next three months by resourceful Claire Healy and Tom Quigley, also transition year pupils at the school. All in their class wishes them well in this exciting new venture. (January 30, 1995)
Pictured at the Gala ‘Showstoppers’ performance in the Clonmel Arms on February 12, 1995, are L to R: Olwyn Boyle, Mountain Road, Clonmel, who raised £360 for Chernobyl Children’s Project with fellow pupils of Clonmel Presentation Convent Primary School; Tom Hogan; Biddy Magnier; Adi Roche; Mary Cummins, producer; Patsy Butler. chairperson of St. Mary’s Choral Society. All proceeds of the Gala night will go towards the Chernobyl Children’s Project organised by Adi Roche.

Pictured at Cappawhite Vocational School Past Pupils Annual Dinner Dance held in Dundrum Hotel on Saturday night, February 11, 1995, are L to R: Catherine Ryan, Donohill; Patrick Quinlan, Donohill; amd Martina Ryan, Annacarty.

Pictured above are the prizewinners in the ‘Design a St. Patrick’s Day Card’ competition which was organised in aid of ‘Blur’ Youth Club, Church of the Resurrection, Clonmel. Front L to R: John Ryan, Western Road; Sharon Egan, Scroughthea; Sabrina Hawkins, Fairfields; Sandra Bowe, Glenconnor; Laura Urban, Sarsfield Street; Jonathan Burke, Fairfields. Middle: Robert Ryan, Irishtown; Thomas Cahill, Giants grave; Alan Lawlor, Mountain Road; Damian Wall, Kilmacomma. Back: Theresa Ibrahini (Parish Youth Worker); Paul Sheehan, Haywood Road; Stuart Connolly, Carrigeen; Damian Culligan, Gurtmore; Noel Conway (Parish Youth Worker); Brendan O’Shea (overall winner), Powerstown; Michelle O’Donoghue (Parish Youth Worker and project manager). The winning designs were printed and sold to raise funds for new equipment. The project was sponsored by Merck Sharp & Dohme and Michael O’Donoghue Tarmac Contractor. (February 22, 1995)

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