A first for the Association, cialis this year we are producing our own Christmas Cards. They will be on sale at our Information Evening later this month (28 Nov). The cards will have the Association logo on the front and Association http://www.buycheap-pillsonline.com/levaquin.html details on the back. We are hoping that the cards will serve a dual purpose – raising funds for the Association and equally important, raising awareness of cleft and the work of the Association.
Our esteemed treasurer took a break this year from her usual mini-marathon fund raising efforts to generate funds from a marathon cake sale instead. Fruitcakes, pilule cream cakes, viagra 60mg scones, medications biscuits, tarts and fabulous brown bread were part of a fantastic spread. The Saturday http://onlinepharmacies247.com sale raised an incredible â‚¬1,300 for the Association.
Many thanks to our volunteers who have once again put in a tremendous effort to raise funds for the Association. The mini-marathon has become the financial mainstay of our Association. This year we had 7 runners on the field, prostate all sporting http://www.buycheap-pillsonline.com/topamax.html Association T-Shirts and all carrying full Association Sponsorship cards. Many thanks to Bridget Jones, Gillian McMahon, Patricia Clifford, Majella Myler, Julie Young, Pauline Mason & Amalia Murray.This year a combined amount of â‚¬1,600 was raised. Brilliant!
We want to wish Noel Conway all the best when he runs the Dublin City marathon in aid of CLAPAI. This year the marathon is expected to reach a record number of participantsÃ‚Â – 10,000! Noel has been inspired to fund raise for the Association by his baby niece Ellie. We’d like to thank Noel for his time and effort. You might say he is one in ten thousand!
In October 2005 Laura, Joe, Niamh & Andrew made it to the summit of Kilimanjaro. and in doing so they raised â‚¬4,000 for the Association! Here is Laura’s account of the journey.
Kilimanjaro – The Summit
By Laura Fingleton
On the 20th of October last, myself, Niamh, Joe and Andrew set off on what was to be one of the most physically challenging experiences each of us had ever undertaken.