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Pictured at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, at Renzo Café, Eyre Street, were artist Angeline Cooke, Peadar Ó hIci and his wife Mary, Barna, Denis Goggin of the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden, and artist Patsy Farrell, Galway Art Club. The exhibition is dedicated to all organ donors and inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. Angeline and Peadar are both recipients of kidney transplants.<br />
Cllr Pauline O'Reilly and Eoin Madden, Chairperson of the Galway branch, Irish Kidney Association, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors and inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill and, at Renzo Café, Eyre Street. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Cllr Pauline O'Reilly, Mary O'Rourke, Seamus Quirke Road, and Bernie Coyne of the Galway Branch of the Irish Kidney Association, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors and inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill and, at Renzo Café, Eyre Street. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Peter Greaney, Corrandulla, and Evelyn Horan, Renmore, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors and inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill and, at Renzo Café, Eyre Street. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Danny and Josephine Whelan from Turloughmore at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors and inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill and, at Renzo Café, Eyre Street. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
"Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors and inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill, is on display in Renzo Café, Eyre Street, until 12th January 2020. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. Angeline (left), who received a kidney transplant, is pictured at the opening of her exhibition with Martina and Denis Goggin, founders of the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden, and Eoin Madden, Chairperson of the Galway branch, Irish Kidney Association. Maire O'Mahony from Clonmel and Eithne Cooke, Newcastle, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors. The exhibition, inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill, is on display in Renzo Café, Eyre Street, until 12th January 2020. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Frank Cooke, Newcastle, and Padraig O'Mahony, Clonmel, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors. The exhibition, inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill, is on display in Renzo Café, Eyre Street, until 12th January 2020. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Brian McEnery, Claddagh, Vicky Harkin, Barna, and Mary and Karel Verbruggen, Oughterard, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors. The exhibition, inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill, is on display in Renzo Café, Eyre Street, until 12th January 2020. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Vicky Harkin, Barna, and Brian McEnery, Claddagh, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors. The exhibition, inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill, is on display in Renzo Café, Eyre Street, until 12th January 2020. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Mary Ryan, Newcastle, and Mary Hernon, Renmore, both members of the Irish Kidney Association, at the opening of "Buíochas-Gratitude", Angeline Cooke's new exhibition of paintings, dedicated to all organ donors. The exhibition, inspired by the Circle of Life National Organ Donor Commemorative Garden in Salthill, is on display in Renzo Café, Eyre Street, until 12th January 2020. Proceeds from the sale of paintings will go to Strange Boat Donor Foundation. <br />
Committee members of the Ballybane Task Force at the Ballybane Christmas Fair in the local Community Centre last Saturday. From left: Bridget McDonagh, Mary Ward, Donal Lynch, Elaine Harvey and Imelda Gormally.
Committee members of the Ballybane Task Force with local children at the Ballybane Christmas Fair in the local Community Centre last Saturday. From left: Mary Ward, Bridget McDonagh, Donal Lynch, Elaine Harvey and Imelda Gormally. Cllr Alan Cheevers, Donal Lynch and Mary Larkin at the Ballybane Christmas Fair in the Ballybane Community Centre last Saturday. They are holding some of the Christmas crafts made by members of the Mens Shed in aid of the Patients Comfort Fund at Merlin Park Hospital. Martina McDonagh, Anne Finnerty and Margaret Corbett of St Michaels Boys School, Mervue, Parents Creativity Art Group at the display of some of the crafts and gifts during the Ballybane Christmas Fair in the Ballybane Community Centre last Saturday. Santa Claus shows some Christmas gifts to Tulisa Kavanagh (6) from Bohermore at the Ballybane Christmas Fair in the Ballybane Community Centre last Saturday.
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