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Thousandaire for Naas Gael Scoil

Krystle Foley of the Jack and Jill foundation with Ann Dunne.

Krystle Foley of the Jack and Jill foundation with Ann Dunne.

GAEL Scoil Nás na Ríogh, is staging a fundraising quiz competition on 16 May at the Osprey Hotel (8pm).

Contestants for the “Who wants to be a Thousandaire” are drawn from ticket sales and the first ticket was bought by Mayor Willie Callaghan.

Bernard O’Dubhslaine, Chairman of the Parents Council said: “We have been in contact with several others groups who ran, “Who wants to be a Thousandaire” shows around the country. We are all looking forward to a great night on the 16th May as the show is really hi-tech and offers a superb night’s entertainment.

“We would also like to say a particular word of thanks to major sponsors and to those businesses in Naas and the surrounding areas who have taken out advertising at the show,” he continued.

“We were lucky to get a fine building only four years ago. But there remained a lot to be done in terms of equipment and fittings, hence this is why we are raising money.”

In addition, the Gael Scoil is running a charity round for the Jack and Jill Foundation to support the work of this important local charity. “We want to give back and support so we chose a local charity to raise funds for.”

Tickets for “Who wants to be a Thousandaire” are available from the fundraising committee or on the night. Contact Lisa for further information on 087 6776839.

- Paul O’Meara

 

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