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08 Dec 2021

Successful fundraising initiative takes place in Longford town

Successful fundraising initiative takes place in Longford town

A fundraising disco for people with intellectual disabilities was held at the Longford Arms Hotel on Wednesday, March 15 last from 2-4pm. 

The event was organised by RehabCare, and service users from RehabCare; St Christopher's Services; The Brothers of Charity,  HSE  and Roscommon Support Group for people with disabilities were in attendance. 

Edgeworthstown DJ Aaron Parker was on hand for the tunes and country and western star Declan Nerney also dropped in to show his support. 

RehabCare would like to thank Orla Reynolds and staff at the Longford Arms Hotel; DJ Aaron Parker and Damien Quinn; Declan Nerney; Longford Leader; Thomas McGoey; Brothers of Charity, St Christopher’s Services; HSE and Shannonside. 

Prizes on the day were donated by: Longford Supervalu; Cara Pharmacy; Loughrey’s Chemists; Vodafone; Aine’s Boutique; Tesco Longford; Mekong; Ward’s Urban Day Spa; The Kiosk; Kenny’s Fashion House; Esquire’s Café; Dunne’s Stores; Providers; Market Bar; Longford MegaBowl; Backstage Theatre; David Sheridan and Lloyd’s Pharmacy; Mahon Family; Byrne Family; William Hickey; T Curley; Michael Earley General Merchant and McGrath’s Texaco.  

All money raised will be used in RehabCare’s Longford services.

 

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