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Cycle with the Mayo Footballers on the Great Western Greenway

Date(s): 29th October 2012 12.00 noon
Venue: Westport Leisure Centre

The Everest for Cancer Project which is raising funds for Mayo Cancer Support Rock Rose House.  The challenge, which is being  undertaken  by Kieran Lally will involve scaling the world’s highest mountain at 8,848m in April 2013.  In supporting this event you are supporting the fight against cancer. As part of the fundraising for this we are organising a cycle on the Great Western Greenway (Westport to Achill) on Monday 29th October 2012 commencing at  12.00 noon from Westport Leisure Centre.  We are privileged to have a number of the Mayo footballers joining us. 

Mayo Cancer Support Rock Rose House offers emotional support and practical help to people with cancer, their families and friends.  The service is free of charge and depends on the people of Mayo to continue it’s vital work.

Bearing in mind that due to these recessionary times many people are fundraising for various charities, any support/sponsorship you can give would be very much appreciated. 

We will have an official launch of the project on Thursday 4th October from 7 to 8 p.m at the Castlecourt Hotel,Westport.  Michael Ring, Minister for Sports will attend the launch.  Members of the GAA Clubs throughout the county will be present, many of whom are undertaking the cycle and raising funds through sponsorship. Transition Year students throughout Mayo are also supporting the event and we hope they will be able to attend the launch.  All are welcome to attend.

Any help we can get for the project would be greatly appreciated.

Please see Kieran Lally Sponsorship Card for Greenway Cycle  and feel free to print out and raise money for a worthwhile cause.

For more information contact...
Kieran Lally or Angela Kirrane at 087 2591926 or 087 2804164
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