Royal Canal 144 team present cheque to Irish Guide Dogs association

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John O'Hanlon, Seamus Murtagh, Jim Heavy, David McCormack, Anne Hartnett-Murtagh and Guide Dogs Yakob and Una

John O'Hanlon, Seamus Murtagh, Jim Heavy, David McCormack, Anne Hartnett-Murtagh and Guide Dogs Yakob and Una

Organisers of the 'Route Canal 144' a charity fundraiser, which saw participants kayak/run along the canal (a 144km journey) from Dublin to Longford, recently presented the culmination of their fundraising efforts to representatives of the Irish Guide Dogs Association, their chosen benefactor.

Pictured above is the presentation which was held in McPartlands Clondra on Friday night last, with John O'Hanlon, Seamus Murtagh, Jim Heavy, David McCormack, Anne Hartnett-Murtagh and Guide Dogs Yakob and Una, all pictured. 

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