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16Jan 2014

Carols and Readings

St Nathy’s College presented a Service of Carols and Readings for the Season of Advent in St Nathy’s Cathedral Ballaghaderreen on Thursday December 12th 2013 at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds in aid of the Society of St Vincent de Paul and the St Nathy’s College Development Fund.

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16Jan 2014

Little Light Delights

We are a TY mini company who make candles in china cups with saucers, we use natural soya wax and natural scents. Since our raw materials are sourced in charity shops, we are therefore supporting many charities. We stock in: Molloy’s Ballaghaderreen SuperValu Ballaghaderreen West of Eden Various craft fairs Please support our mini company.

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16Jan 2014

The Clothes Drive

The school, in conjunction with the parent’s council, have come up with the idea of hosting a fundraiser to raise money to buy new software for the school’s language lab. They Transition year class are running this event and will be collecting your unwanted clothing form February 3rd to February 7th outside the school complex …

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16Jan 2014

Self-Defence Courses

The Transition Year class has started doing Self Defence courses in the form of Krav Maga, on January 10th. It is a close-quarters-combat technique founded in Israel in the 1930s. The first session focused on escaping from grabs and basic punching. The classes will continue for another five weeks, to the classes’ joy, as they …

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15Jan 2014

Transition Year Mini Company.

MK Bookmarks We produce and sell multi-use customised bookmarks, currently selling bookmarks which incorporate: Calendar & Ruler Useful local phone numbers Local Business advertisements Folds over to fit in a wallet/purse Special orders can be taken for all events/occasions, orders to: bookmarksmk@hotmail.com 10% of our profits will go directly to:

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14Dec 2013

German Exchange

On Wednesday the 4th of December a number of transition year students travelled to Germany for an exchange with St. Nathy’s partner school Gymnasium Leoninium Handrup. The trip began with a bus journey to Dublin airport in the early hours of Wednesday morning. This was then followed by a two hour flight to Bremen. Once …

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