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Newly elected members of the Student Council.
The recently elected school council for 2017/2018.
Thank you to all the parents and pupils who have already donated animal food, toys, beds and grooming supplies to the Deise Animal Sanctuary. The Student Council are delighted with your kindness. They are still taking donations until the 31st May which can be dropped into the school foyer.
The Student Council have decided to help support the work of the Deise Animal Sanctuary who are based in the Nire Valley in County Waterford. They help lots of animals such as dogs, cats, birds and sheep.
The Student Council of Ballyneale N.S want to support this great charity by donating animal food, toys, beds and grooming supplies for these vulnerable animals.
We love animals of all sorts and are delighted that the Deise Animal Sanctuary are rescuing them and giving them better homes.
Could all donations please be dropped into the foyer of the school before the 31st of May. Thank you, The Student Council.
St. Vincent de Paul have started their Christmas food appeal. Last Christmas, through the generosity of people in the areas surrounding Carrick on Suir they were able to distribute 85 hampers to those in need.
The student council are organising the collection of non-perishable goods for the Christmas food appeal, the hamper is located just inside the entrance. This hamper will be collected by St. Vincent de Paul on Friday, 16th December.
We had a very busy day here in Ballyneale NS with our Cake Sale, which once again has proved to be a wonderful success.
Moneys raised this year is for Neuroblastoma Research and will greatly help their cause. We were delighted to have Annette, Kate and Anna Comerford here today, who are advocates for the said charity. Annette is taking part in the Marathon in Dublin this Monday fundraising for Neuroblastoma Research under the slogan “Running for a Cure”. Fair play and we wish her well!
We were delighted to help out in any way we can. A special word of thanks must go to Megan O’Meara who put the idea of Neuroblastoma Research forward as the charity of choice for our annual Cake Sale.
Have a look at the eventful day we had…
Finally, The winners of “Guess the weight of the Pumpkin”.
We are very much looking forward to the Cake Sale this Friday 28th October, raising funds for Neuroblastoma Childhood Cancer Research. We are looking forward to seeing you here that day. Donations of buns, cakes, tarts etc will be greatly appreciated.