The community of Templemichael College, Longford has extended its thoughts and prayers to the family of the late Max Lewandowski, who sadly passed away yesterday, Thursday evening.
“Max was a first year student in our school and he was remembered today by his wide circle of friends, classmates, teachers and staff,” a statement from the school read.
“We would like to thank the support of all the agencies in the Longford community and St Mel’s Cathedral Parish, Longford, for supporting us in this time of crisis.”
Due to Max’s sad passing, the Attic House, located on the Ballinalee road, will be open until 5:30pm this evening and will re-open tomorrow morning, Saturday.
“It is a very sad time for the community and it is important to support each other,” a spokesperson for the Attic commented.
Earlier today, Foróige Regional Youth Officer Jim Maher paid tribute to the young Attic member, and pledged the organisation’s support to Max’s family and friends.
“On behalf of the Youth Workers here in Longford, we’re there to support any families that need it going forward.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with Max’s family and the Longford community.”
The Attic House will be open until 5:30pm this evening and will re-open at 10am tomorrow morning. They can be contacted at 043 33 36183.
County Longford Youth Service - 043 33 40907
Good2Talk Longford - 043 33 47477
Teenline - 1800 833 634 from 8 - 11pm each evening or text Teen to 50015
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