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“In order to make a difference, all you need to do is start.” A fundraising walk is always a most satisfying experience. It affords one the opportunity to do something for others, go places beyond ones imagination, meet people sharing a common concern and find new friends. Our fundraising walks for Cystic Fibrosis provide all these opportunities. The challenge is in the Fundraising as the walk is a moderate challenge at a moderate pace. Each participant must raise and pay 2900 to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland prior to departure.

“Walk With Me” Mary Duff to the “Sound of Music” in

Paddy Kierans Memorial Walk

Our walk will include the cost of return flights, dinner bed and breakfast each day on a sharing room basis. You will be guided all the way. You will never walk alone!

20

th

Anniversary

We will celebrate our Twentieth Annual International fundraising walk. It would be great if you would join us to celebrate.

Help with any ideas and advice on fundraising may be obtained by calling any of the numbers here in below but among the suggestions are:- Grocery bag packing, Book sales, Dog walking, Personal shopper service, Raffle, Sell Crafts and Handmade items, Bake Sale, Bingo Night, Charity Concert, Coffee Morning, Fashion Show, Golf Tournament, Quiz Night, Themed fundraising Party and Wine Tasting.

Austria Fundraising for

All walkers will receive a kit containing a bag, a T shirt and a hat. You will have the very best of local guides to inform you on the history and culture of our destination. We again dedicate our walk to the memory of Paddy Kierans whose untimely death occurred in December 2006. Paddy was a dedicated walker and officer in CF Ireland. He was a founder member of the Cystic Fibrosis walk committee. His kind, and trojan endeavours for the benefit of others continue onwards.

So come on, walk to The Sound of Music for CF

Walk to the Sound of Music in

September 20th to 27th 2014

Fundraising for

September 20th to 27th 2014

Visiting The Beautiful Cities Of Salzburg and Vienna. The Lake at Zell Am See and The Vienna Woods For details, information and registration forms please contact the walk committee Bernie Murphy (Chairperson) 0872353319 Julia KIerans Vice Chairperson 0879911331 Tony Griffith 0862512731 or Frank Godfrey 086 6060261 or Eufemia Solinas at Cystic Fibrosis Ireland 24 lower Rathmines Road Dublin 6 01 496 2433 / Lo-Call 1890 311211

Join our fundraising walk to assist towards the funding of research for a cure for Cystic Fibrosis and general provision of support to persons with Cystic Fibrosis. We need help from willing walkers.

Come on you can make the difference ‘’Reach high, for the stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.” Pamela Vaull Starr

www.CFIRELAND.ie


We are proud to announce Mary Duff as patron of Our Paddy Kieran’s Memorial Cystic Fibrosis Fundraising walk. Mary has over 20 years experience in the International music scene and is best known for regularly touring with Daniel O’Donnell. Mary will join our walk in Austria - so get ready for a very exciting musical experience

WHAT IS CYSTIC FIBROSIS? Cystic Fibrosis (also called mucoviscidosis) is Ireland’s most common life-threatening inherited disease. Approximately 1 in 19 people are carriers of the CF gene and where two carriers parent a child together, there is a 1 in 4 chance of the baby being born with Cystic Fibrosis. CF affects the glands, damaging many organs including the lungs, the pancreas, the digestive tract and the reproductive system. It causes thick sticky mucus to be produced, blocking the bronchial tubes and preventing the body’s natural enzymes from digesting food. A build up of mucus can make it difficult to clear bacteria and leads to cycles of lung infections and inflammation, which can eventually lead to damage of the lungs. CF can also make it difficult to digest and absorb adequate nutrients from food. Mucus blocks the duct of the pancreas, preventing enzymes from reaching the intestines to digest food. As a result, persons with CF must consume artificial enzymes with food, to help them absorb adequate nutrition from their food. They must also follow a demanding daily routine of physical therapy to keep the lungs free of congestion and infection. Additional organ systems involved are the reproductive tract and the sweat glands. Other organ systems may be involved to lesser degrees. The result is that people with CF are prone to constant chest infections and malnutrition. All funds raised on our walk go to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, a Company Limited by Guarantee. It was set up in 1963 to increase knowledge and awareness of CF and to give advice and support to people with Cystic Fibrosis and their families. The CHY number is 6350 and the company registration number is 449954.

AUSTRIA

is a landlocked country in the centre of Europe with a population of approximately 8.4 million. The official language of Austria is German and it‘s currency is Euro. It is a host to magnificent scenery

SALSZBURG

Salzburg’s is situated on the south bank of the river Salzach it has an abundance of churches, plazas, courtyards and fountains, full of charm. It is where Mozart spent a number of years and is synonomous with the name of this great master. Salzburg was built on mining, of both gold and salt, although salt has always been more important. Salz is German for salt and Salzburg literally means ‘Fortress of Salt’. It is famous in more recent times as being the general location for the well know film The Sound Of Music, which enters its 50th year shortly being made in 1965.

ZELL AM SEE

Is 90 minutes from Salzburg. We will leave Salzburg and drive through the Salzach River Valley, pass Hallein and Golling on our way to Werfen. At the scenic town of Werfen we visit the Alpine Pasture where the picnic scene of the Sound of Music Movie took place. From there we have a magnificent view to the Castle of Werfen. Zell am See is a most beautiful offering winter sports but in summer and Autumn radient fairylike scenery.

VIENNA

The Austrian capital embraces all the traditions of a European city. Tourists love to visit Vienna because of the city’s exciting combination of the royal-imperial flair of the past with the latest trends. But much more than old buildings turn Vienna into a city of beauty, one also finds excellent museums, fine art collections and world-renowned works of art in the city. Vienna boasts of having 50 theatres. Serious music lovers have long considered Vienna to be just this side of paradise: one encounters music everywhere. This city has been home to so many composers of international renown: some, such as Schubert, Strauss, Schoenberg and Berg were born there, others, such as Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Brahms and Mahler chose to live there.

ADVANCE ITINERARY (maybe subject to change )

Saturday, 20 September Arrival at Airport Munich – Transfer by coach and guide to hotel in Salzburg city. Check-in, time at leisure.

Sunday, 21 September We will walk in the surroundings of Salzburg And visit the Sound of Music tour.

Monday, 22 September Full day excursion to Zell am See – Where we will be walking around the lake or similar.

Tuesday, 23 September Further walking in the surroundings of Salzburg.

Wednesday, 24 September Check-out and transfer by coach from Salzburg to Baden/Vienna Check-in and time at leisure for own activities.

Thursday, 25 September Full day excursion to Vienna by coach and city tour by local guide Afternoon time for shopping, walking, own activities.

Friday, 26 September Walking tour at the Vienna Woods and free time in the afternoon.

Saturday, 27 September Check-out and transfer by coach to Vienna Airport.


We are proud to announce Mary Duff as patron of Our Paddy Kieran’s Memorial Cystic Fibrosis Fundraising walk. Mary has over 20 years experience in the International music scene and is best known for regularly touring with Daniel O’Donnell. Mary will join our walk in Austria - so get ready for a very exciting musical experience

WHAT IS CYSTIC FIBROSIS? Cystic Fibrosis (also called mucoviscidosis) is Ireland’s most common life-threatening inherited disease. Approximately 1 in 19 people are carriers of the CF gene and where two carriers parent a child together, there is a 1 in 4 chance of the baby being born with Cystic Fibrosis. CF affects the glands, damaging many organs including the lungs, the pancreas, the digestive tract and the reproductive system. It causes thick sticky mucus to be produced, blocking the bronchial tubes and preventing the body’s natural enzymes from digesting food. A build up of mucus can make it difficult to clear bacteria and leads to cycles of lung infections and inflammation, which can eventually lead to damage of the lungs. CF can also make it difficult to digest and absorb adequate nutrients from food. Mucus blocks the duct of the pancreas, preventing enzymes from reaching the intestines to digest food. As a result, persons with CF must consume artificial enzymes with food, to help them absorb adequate nutrition from their food. They must also follow a demanding daily routine of physical therapy to keep the lungs free of congestion and infection. Additional organ systems involved are the reproductive tract and the sweat glands. Other organ systems may be involved to lesser degrees. The result is that people with CF are prone to constant chest infections and malnutrition. All funds raised on our walk go to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, a Company Limited by Guarantee. It was set up in 1963 to increase knowledge and awareness of CF and to give advice and support to people with Cystic Fibrosis and their families. The CHY number is 6350 and the company registration number is 449954.

AUSTRIA

is a landlocked country in the centre of Europe with a population of approximately 8.4 million. The official language of Austria is German and it‘s currency is Euro. It is a host to magnificent scenery

SALSZBURG

Salzburg’s is situated on the south bank of the river Salzach it has an abundance of churches, plazas, courtyards and fountains, full of charm. It is where Mozart spent a number of years and is synonomous with the name of this great master. Salzburg was built on mining, of both gold and salt, although salt has always been more important. Salz is German for salt and Salzburg literally means ‘Fortress of Salt’. It is famous in more recent times as being the general location for the well know film The Sound Of Music, which enters its 50th year shortly being made in 1965.

ZELL AM SEE

Is 90 minutes from Salzburg. We will leave Salzburg and drive through the Salzach River Valley, pass Hallein and Golling on our way to Werfen. At the scenic town of Werfen we visit the Alpine Pasture where the picnic scene of the Sound of Music Movie took place. From there we have a magnificent view to the Castle of Werfen. Zell am See is a most beautiful offering winter sports but in summer and Autumn radient fairylike scenery.

VIENNA

The Austrian capital embraces all the traditions of a European city. Tourists love to visit Vienna because of the city’s exciting combination of the royal-imperial flair of the past with the latest trends. But much more than old buildings turn Vienna into a city of beauty, one also finds excellent museums, fine art collections and world-renowned works of art in the city. Vienna boasts of having 50 theatres. Serious music lovers have long considered Vienna to be just this side of paradise: one encounters music everywhere. This city has been home to so many composers of international renown: some, such as Schubert, Strauss, Schoenberg and Berg were born there, others, such as Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Brahms and Mahler chose to live there.

ADVANCE ITINERARY (maybe subject to change )

Saturday, 20 September Arrival at Airport Munich – Transfer by coach and guide to hotel in Salzburg city. Check-in, time at leisure.

Sunday, 21 September We will walk in the surroundings of Salzburg And visit the Sound of Music tour.

Monday, 22 September Full day excursion to Zell am See – Where we will be walking around the lake or similar.

Tuesday, 23 September Further walking in the surroundings of Salzburg.

Wednesday, 24 September Check-out and transfer by coach from Salzburg to Baden/Vienna Check-in and time at leisure for own activities.

Thursday, 25 September Full day excursion to Vienna by coach and city tour by local guide Afternoon time for shopping, walking, own activities.

Friday, 26 September Walking tour at the Vienna Woods and free time in the afternoon.

Saturday, 27 September Check-out and transfer by coach to Vienna Airport.


We are proud to announce Mary Duff as patron of Our Paddy Kieran’s Memorial Cystic Fibrosis Fundraising walk. Mary has over 20 years experience in the International music scene and is best known for regularly touring with Daniel O’Donnell. Mary will join our walk in Austria - so get ready for a very exciting musical experience

WHAT IS CYSTIC FIBROSIS? Cystic Fibrosis (also called mucoviscidosis) is Ireland’s most common life-threatening inherited disease. Approximately 1 in 19 people are carriers of the CF gene and where two carriers parent a child together, there is a 1 in 4 chance of the baby being born with Cystic Fibrosis. CF affects the glands, damaging many organs including the lungs, the pancreas, the digestive tract and the reproductive system. It causes thick sticky mucus to be produced, blocking the bronchial tubes and preventing the body’s natural enzymes from digesting food. A build up of mucus can make it difficult to clear bacteria and leads to cycles of lung infections and inflammation, which can eventually lead to damage of the lungs. CF can also make it difficult to digest and absorb adequate nutrients from food. Mucus blocks the duct of the pancreas, preventing enzymes from reaching the intestines to digest food. As a result, persons with CF must consume artificial enzymes with food, to help them absorb adequate nutrition from their food. They must also follow a demanding daily routine of physical therapy to keep the lungs free of congestion and infection. Additional organ systems involved are the reproductive tract and the sweat glands. Other organ systems may be involved to lesser degrees. The result is that people with CF are prone to constant chest infections and malnutrition. All funds raised on our walk go to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, a Company Limited by Guarantee. It was set up in 1963 to increase knowledge and awareness of CF and to give advice and support to people with Cystic Fibrosis and their families. The CHY number is 6350 and the company registration number is 449954.

AUSTRIA

is a landlocked country in the centre of Europe with a population of approximately 8.4 million. The official language of Austria is German and it‘s currency is Euro. It is a host to magnificent scenery

SALSZBURG

Salzburg’s is situated on the south bank of the river Salzach it has an abundance of churches, plazas, courtyards and fountains, full of charm. It is where Mozart spent a number of years and is synonomous with the name of this great master. Salzburg was built on mining, of both gold and salt, although salt has always been more important. Salz is German for salt and Salzburg literally means ‘Fortress of Salt’. It is famous in more recent times as being the general location for the well know film The Sound Of Music, which enters its 50th year shortly being made in 1965.

ZELL AM SEE

Is 90 minutes from Salzburg. We will leave Salzburg and drive through the Salzach River Valley, pass Hallein and Golling on our way to Werfen. At the scenic town of Werfen we visit the Alpine Pasture where the picnic scene of the Sound of Music Movie took place. From there we have a magnificent view to the Castle of Werfen. Zell am See is a most beautiful offering winter sports but in summer and Autumn radient fairylike scenery.

VIENNA

The Austrian capital embraces all the traditions of a European city. Tourists love to visit Vienna because of the city’s exciting combination of the royal-imperial flair of the past with the latest trends. But much more than old buildings turn Vienna into a city of beauty, one also finds excellent museums, fine art collections and world-renowned works of art in the city. Vienna boasts of having 50 theatres. Serious music lovers have long considered Vienna to be just this side of paradise: one encounters music everywhere. This city has been home to so many composers of international renown: some, such as Schubert, Strauss, Schoenberg and Berg were born there, others, such as Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Brahms and Mahler chose to live there.

ADVANCE ITINERARY (maybe subject to change )

Saturday, 20 September Arrival at Airport Munich – Transfer by coach and guide to hotel in Salzburg city. Check-in, time at leisure.

Sunday, 21 September We will walk in the surroundings of Salzburg And visit the Sound of Music tour.

Monday, 22 September Full day excursion to Zell am See – Where we will be walking around the lake or similar.

Tuesday, 23 September Further walking in the surroundings of Salzburg.

Wednesday, 24 September Check-out and transfer by coach from Salzburg to Baden/Vienna Check-in and time at leisure for own activities.

Thursday, 25 September Full day excursion to Vienna by coach and city tour by local guide Afternoon time for shopping, walking, own activities.

Friday, 26 September Walking tour at the Vienna Woods and free time in the afternoon.

Saturday, 27 September Check-out and transfer by coach to Vienna Airport.


“In order to make a difference, all you need to do is start.” A fundraising walk is always a most satisfying experience. It affords one the opportunity to do something for others, go places beyond ones imagination, meet people sharing a common concern and find new friends. Our fundraising walks for Cystic Fibrosis provide all these opportunities. The challenge is in the Fundraising as the walk is a moderate challenge at a moderate pace. Each participant must raise and pay 2900 to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland prior to departure.

“Walk With Me” Mary Duff to the “Sound of Music” in

Paddy Kierans Memorial Walk

Our walk will include the cost of return flights, dinner bed and breakfast each day on a sharing room basis. You will be guided all the way. You will never walk alone!

20

th

Anniversary

We will celebrate our Twentieth Annual International fundraising walk. It would be great if you would join us to celebrate.

Help with any ideas and advice on fundraising may be obtained by calling any of the numbers here in below but among the suggestions are:- Grocery bag packing, Book sales, Dog walking, Personal shopper service, Raffle, Sell Crafts and Handmade items, Bake Sale, Bingo Night, Charity Concert, Coffee Morning, Fashion Show, Golf Tournament, Quiz Night, Themed fundraising Party and Wine Tasting.

Austria Fundraising for

All walkers will receive a kit containing a bag, a T shirt and a hat. You will have the very best of local guides to inform you on the history and culture of our destination. We again dedicate our walk to the memory of Paddy Kierans whose untimely death occurred in December 2006. Paddy was a dedicated walker and officer in CF Ireland. He was a founder member of the Cystic Fibrosis walk committee. His kind, and trojan endeavours for the benefit of others continue onwards.

So come on, walk to The Sound of Music for CF

Walk to the Sound of Music in

September 20th to 27th 2014

Fundraising for

September 20th to 27th 2014

Visiting The Beautiful Cities Of Salzburg and Vienna. The Lake at Zell Am See and The Vienna Woods For details, information and registration forms please contact the walk committee Bernie Murphy (Chairperson) 0872353319 Julia KIerans Vice Chairperson 0879911331 Tony Griffith 0862512731 or Frank Godfrey 086 6060261 or Eufemia Solinas at Cystic Fibrosis Ireland 24 lower Rathmines Road Dublin 6 01 496 2433 / Lo-Call 1890 311211

Join our fundraising walk to assist towards the funding of research for a cure for Cystic Fibrosis and general provision of support to persons with Cystic Fibrosis. We need help from willing walkers.

Come on you can make the difference ‘’Reach high, for the stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.” Pamela Vaull Starr

www.CFIRELAND.ie


“In order to make a difference, all you need to do is start.” A fundraising walk is always a most satisfying experience. It affords one the opportunity to do something for others, go places beyond ones imagination, meet people sharing a common concern and find new friends. Our fundraising walks for Cystic Fibrosis provide all these opportunities. The challenge is in the Fundraising as the walk is a moderate challenge at a moderate pace. Each participant must raise and pay 2900 to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland prior to departure.

“Walk With Me” Mary Duff to the “Sound of Music” in

Paddy Kierans Memorial Walk

Our walk will include the cost of return flights, dinner bed and breakfast each day on a sharing room basis. You will be guided all the way. You will never walk alone!

20

th

Anniversary

We will celebrate our Twentieth Annual International fundraising walk. It would be great if you would join us to celebrate.

Help with any ideas and advice on fundraising may be obtained by calling any of the numbers here in below but among the suggestions are:- Grocery bag packing, Book sales, Dog walking, Personal shopper service, Raffle, Sell Crafts and Handmade items, Bake Sale, Bingo Night, Charity Concert, Coffee Morning, Fashion Show, Golf Tournament, Quiz Night, Themed fundraising Party and Wine Tasting.

Austria Fundraising for

All walkers will receive a kit containing a bag, a T shirt and a hat. You will have the very best of local guides to inform you on the history and culture of our destination. We again dedicate our walk to the memory of Paddy Kierans whose untimely death occurred in December 2006. Paddy was a dedicated walker and officer in CF Ireland. He was a founder member of the Cystic Fibrosis walk committee. His kind, and trojan endeavours for the benefit of others continue onwards.

So come on, walk to The Sound of Music for CF

Walk to the Sound of Music in

September 20th to 27th 2014

Fundraising for

September 20th to 27th 2014

Visiting The Beautiful Cities Of Salzburg and Vienna. The Lake at Zell Am See and The Vienna Woods For details, information and registration forms please contact the walk committee Bernie Murphy (Chairperson) 0872353319 Julia KIerans Vice Chairperson 0879911331 Tony Griffith 0862512731 or Frank Godfrey 086 6060261 or Eufemia Solinas at Cystic Fibrosis Ireland 24 lower Rathmines Road Dublin 6 01 496 2433 / Lo-Call 1890 311211

Join our fundraising walk to assist towards the funding of research for a cure for Cystic Fibrosis and general provision of support to persons with Cystic Fibrosis. We need help from willing walkers.

Come on you can make the difference ‘’Reach high, for the stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.” Pamela Vaull Starr

www.CFIRELAND.ie

Paddy Kierans Memorial Walk 2014 – Austria  
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