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21 May 2017
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pictures of the churches in lucan

 

Big opportunity coming up in Lucan this week! Have your say on how 300k of SDCC budget could be spent in our area, by taking part in the vote, on Thursday 25th May, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm

Voting Facilities available at the following:
Adamstown – St. John the Evangelist NS
Lucan – Lucan Leisure Centre, Griffeen Valley Park

Full list of projects and information is available at http://www.southdublin.ie/haveyoursay/
Lots of interesting ideas to have a say on!!!

Break-ins and Robberies continue all over Lucan. It’s sad to read of such things so frequently, especially when older residents are affected. It’s up to us all to keep an eye on things, especially with holiday time approaching.

Down at the Weir - Lovely to see people enjoying the weir area these days – the ducks here are very used to visitors - just remember to use the bins provided, and help our Tidy Towns efforts!

 

First Holy Communion

Congratulations Aaliyah on your First Holy Communion on 20th May, 2017.
Love Nana and Grandad Swaine x x

Aaliyah – Enjoy your Holy Communion Day
On 20th May.
Lots of love – Mammy.

Aaliyah - Have a wonderful day on the 20th.
Enjoy your Holy Communion
Love – Deirdre and William x x

 

Come to the Launch of the First Book of its Kind!

JUNE 2, 6pm, Elm and Oak Suite, Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin.

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Presenting "From the Philippines to Ireland – A Voyage of Discovery,” a Filipino veteran migrant’s account on integrating in the Republic of Ireland. Written by retired journalist Vising Kennedy, the honest and eye-opening account brings new light on how to tame culture shock through a journey of self-maturation and self-discovery.

It reveals what many migrant workers currently experience in the Republic of Ireland, but also highlights the similarities between the Filipino and Irish culture. It is a book to be enjoyed by migrants all over the world as it equips readers with some guidance on what to expect and helps them discover new things about themselves as they explore unfamiliar ground.

Book or reserve your tickets now by calling 0879501678 or click this link -
https://billetto.ie/e/philippine-independence-day-dublin-20…