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2019 – 2020 Issue 1

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This issue of the Phoenix Times is kindly sponsored by Cullen's Gala, Adamstown

Reminder: Clocks go back Sunday 27th October @ 2:00 am

Farewell Eileen! On the 6th of September we bid farewell to our treasured secretary Eileen O' Connor who spent 27 years working in our school. We wish Eileen the very best in her retirement. As one door closes, another opens. Enjoy the next chapter Eileen!! We extend a warm welcome to our new secretary Dennis Breen!

Welcome 1st Years! We would like to extend a warm welcome to our new 1st year students! They have settled so well into our school community and contributing positively to school life.

Coláiste Abbáin Panto 2020 We are delighted to announce that our school pantomime is Beauty and the Beast and is due to hit the stage in the new year! The cast has been picked and huge preparations are already under way. Exciting times ahead!!!

Inside: School News Sports World News Student achievements Art Birthday Shout Outs and much more......


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School News Sports Leadership Last year TY students participated in sports active where Nick from the Wexford County Council Sports Active Centre taught the students about coaching, leadership, team building and all the necessary skills they needed to organize their own sporting events. The students hosted a sports day out for the 3rd and 4th class of Adamstown national school and it was a great success . They were recently presented with their certificates "SLQ Level 1 in Sports Leadership". By Graham O' Reilly

New School Prospectus Ă ine Shortt, Abi Eccleston and Ellie Delaney did a fantastic job designing and creating our new school prospectus alongside Ms. Gorman and parent Philip Murphy. A huge collective effort enabling us to promote our school in the community.

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School News Student Council 2019 / 2020 We extend a warm welcome to Coláiste Abbáin Student Council representatives of 2019 / 2020. The student council is a representative structure for students only, through which they can become involved in the affairs of the school. The role of the student council is to facilitate students to: Act as liaison officers, to promote good communication within the school, to support the educational development and progress of students, to contribute To the development of school policy, to assist in school sports and school activities and to assist with or organize fundraising events for charity.

The student council enables students to become active participants in their communities. Our student council promotes the interests of the school and encourages the involvement in the affairs of the school. Students involved with the council develop essential life skills, such as listening, diplomacy, compromise and communication. We wish our nominated council the very best in their new leadership roles.

Student Council 2019 – 2020 Co-ordinator: A.M.Gorman

1st Year Oscar McCleane Fay – 1A Lucy Salm – 1B Philippa Coleman – 1C

2nd Year Owen Payne – 2A Cody Denton – 2B

3rd Year Niamh Doyle - 3A Aine Doyle – 3B

Transition Year James Gardner Grace Hornick

5th Year Ellie Delaney – 5B Ryan Sullivan – 5B

6th Year Thyla Clare O’ Neill 6B


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School News

Fantastic Junior Cert / Cycle Results Just a sample of some of the fantastic results with the A's in Art, C.S.P.E, Metalwork and higher Merits in English. A fantastic achievement by all of our students. Parents you should be very proud.

Coláiste Abbáin Open Night A Huge turnout was welcomed to our open night on 9th October. Thank you to everyone in our school community for your hard work and commitment in developing a positive, vibrant school. We have had numerous phone calls, meetings and e-mails from prospective parents, and we are delighted with the overwhelming feedback.

Road Safety Awareness The students of Coláiste Abbáin recently enjoyed a visit from the Road Safety Authority. The team highlighted the importance of seat belts and safety on the road, the impact of drink driving, texting while driving and fatigue while driving. The students were also taught how to aware of their surroundings while cycling. This was such a valuable learning experience for everyone in our school community.


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School News

Ploughing Championships 2019 On the 18th of September 3 buses full of excited students headed off to Ballintrane, Fenagh, Co. Carlow. It was the 88th National Ploughing Championship and the crowds were immense, with an approximate 250,000 people filling the acres of stands of all different types, from livestock to amusements, stalls to machinery. A great day was had by all with the amazing weather complimenting the day.


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School News Comhairle na Nรณg When I attended the Comahirle na Nรณg AGM, I knew very little about Comhairle na Nรณg and what thier connection was with young people. All I knew was that I was on a bus at 8.45am to attend their AGM in Wexford. I was a little nervous to say the least, but the curiosity got the better of me and I was lucky to get elected onto Comhairle na Nรณg that day. That was a year ago now and as a fully-fledged Comhairle member I can safely say it was one of the best decisions I ever made. Comhairle na Nรณg is a youth led organization providing young people with a say in issues that affect them. We meet every month - 2 months and we explore issues arising for young people such as diet and wellbeing, youth mental health, LGBT and bullying to name a few. Comhairle na Nรณg involves huge dedication and commitment so it may not suit if you are already a member of a time-consuming organization or if you are an exam year student. Attending all the meetings can be quite difficult so we would encourage only those who are truly interested in Comhairle to run for election we ask that you attend our team building day to secure your place in Comhairle na Nog.

Although Comahirle na Nรณg involves huge commitment, the work pays off in the end. As a member of Comhairle na Nรณg you will meet new people from all over Ireland and make plenty of new friends along the way. You will gain invaluable life skills, learn how to work as part of a team and most importantly have fun! At this AGM we invite you to have your voice heard in issues that affect young people We discuss topics such as youth mental health, diet and wellbeing, crime, inclusion, identity, cyber bullying, homelessness and facilities for young people. It is important to participate in these activities as through this you will decide what strands from our topic (mental health) Comhairle na Nog need to focus its energy on into the next year. Being a member of Comhairle na Nรณg and having the chance to serve as a member has changed my life forever. Cohmhairle na Nรณg has molded me into the happy and healthy person I am today and for that I am eternally grateful! By Evan Roche

Evan Roche and Nell Delaney represented the school last year at Comhairle na Nรณg. Evan and Nell promoted this youth council with great passion among our students. Junior students were then asked to write a piece suggesting why the school should nomina te them to attend the AGM. Ciara Smith, Cara Whelan and Kayla Jackson were selected to attend an AGM in the Wexford Chambers on the 24th October.


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School News Positive Affirmation Awards

Cross curricular Art and Positive Affirmation Awards competition winners: 1st: Brianna Furlong 2nd: Elene Jackson 3rd: Nikhita O'Leary Doyle

Huge congratulations to all our students who received Positive Affirmation Awards today in Colaiste AbbĂĄin for extracurricular, good deed or work ethic.

Ms. Sutton's 1st year class experiencing sensory analysis.


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SCHOOL NEWS LCVP CLASS TRIP TO INTEGER, NEW ROSS Our LCVP students from 5th and 6th year had an enjoyable and educational trip to Wexford's biggest employer on Thursday 10th October. We were given a presentation and a tour of the facilities with an opportunity to ask questions throughout. We received lovely treats and an Integer branded water bottle each at the end.

COLÁISTE ABBÁIN CRAFT FAIR 12th December 2019

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS DAY 10th October 2019 Very happy students on October 10th involved in mindfulness colouring. All students took ten minutes out of their first class to relax and focus on colouring. Well done to Ms Quirke and Ms Quigley for organising this initiative as part of the Amber Flag Committee in Coláiste Abbain.


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School News Agriculture Winners Winners of the Animal Identification Quiz in Agriculture were: Joe Whelan Morgan Nash Colfer Luke Barron

Attention! Colรกiste Abbain are organizing an "Agriculture Day" in our school in November. Agri Aware will be here with their mobile farm!

School Athletics Huge congratulations to all our students who competed in athletics on the 1st of October. They returned home with 27 medals, overall. Another memorable day created by positive student engagement and participation under the guidance of Mr. Larkin and Ms. Condon.


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Student News A great win for three Coláiste Abbáin students Karolina Jaglarz, Chloe Doyle (Below) and Katie Sweetman (Right). Adamstown AFC u16 Division 1 winners. It was great to see over fifty students getting involved in GAA training on their first week back. Ms. Condon, Mr. O'Connor, Mr. Larkin and Mr. O'Gorman.

Well done to Sophie Kinsella Dunne, 2nd year and Geraldine Buckley, 1st year who were members of the victorious Ballyhoge u14's girl's football team.

Congratulations to our 3rd year student James Whitty. James played on the u15's Wexford team who won the Arrabawn cup in Tipperary. Jack Cullen won a bronze medal at a Taekwondo European championships in his under 18 second degree black belt patterns.

Well done to our students involved with Adamstown and Davidstown U13 hurling teams who won their county finals on the 12th and 13th of October. Well done to Philip, Joe and James!


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Student News Tara Murphy, first year, qualified for the Junior Handler of the Year Final with the Irish Kennel Club. The final takes place in December. Tara also recently won the Best Puppy in Breed with Willow with the Irish Kennel Club.

Pope John Paul II Award Congratulations to Áine Doyle who is due to receive the Pope John Paul II award from the Diocese of Ferns. Áine is receiving this award for her amazing community and voluntary award. Áine is the first person in the diocese to ever receive this award. What an achievement! There will be further information on the awards ceremony and Áine's fantastic work in the community. Watch this space!

Taghmon won county finals in U13 football. Congratulations to James with the U17s and Luke, Morgan, Jack, Jamie and Calvin with U13s.

Well done to our students involved with Adamstown and Davidstown U13 hurling teams who won their county finals. A big well done to Philip, Joe and James!


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Student News

Conor Murphy – Ballymurn Hot Rod Club TY student Conor Murphy who is a member of the Ballymurn Hot Rod Cub defended the William and Nancy Memorial Cup on the 20th of October in his newly built Nissan Micra. He won the cup for the second year in a row "This was a joint father and son project. Together we built the Nissan Micra Hot Rod from scratch in the space of a month. We reused the roll cage from my old hot rod and inserted it in the new one. We sprayed the car with green and white paint. We secured sponsorship from Slaney View Motors, Wexford. I am extremely proud of what I have achieved, and I thoroughly enjoyed spending quality time with my Dad." Conor Murphy

Player of the Year Congratulations to Diarmuid Byrne 1st year, pictured here receiving his U 13 Player of the Year Award with Northend United AFC.

Huge congratulations to Evan Sweeney who won the U15 County Final with Glynn Barntown.


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Our Fabulous School Canteen We, Alanna Delaney and Olivia Daly, had the opportunity and privilege to interview the owner of our school canteen, Ms. Pauline Kavanagh. The students have seen many changes to our already fabulous school canteen. There is a delicious, healthy new menu, so we have a Variety of new food to try. Every student in the school has received a canteen card. Each card has a student ID number. Every day the students receive €1.50 on their cards. When we interviewed Pauline this is what she had to say: "We provide healthy nutritious meals from farm to fork on

a daily basis. We grow our own herbs and salads to allow students to be aware of where it comes from and also other produce are sourced locally. The menu is designed on the students’ needs and I am currently providing a healthy eating policy through these daily menus, all the choices of dishes are clearly marked with calories and allergies and operation transformation. My passion of food is matched with our passion of service and I am always trying to enhance the menu and recipes to match all dietary needs and requirements. For specific dietary needs I constantly review this so I can adapt menus accordingly so no errors will occur.

This is ongoing as I have an open communication with all the staff and students. My aim is to educate the pupils on a good diet, and I am always there to advise on such matters. I currently provide all fresh produce, and everything is cooked on site daily. We provide all free breakfast club for our students and also vegetarian selection and special diet selection (to be informed by who needs it) e.g. gluten free. Salad section joint section and grab and go section. All meals are monitored, controlled to boost freshness quality and taste. It is proven that if children eat healthy and a good breakfast, they have more energy to concentrate in school.


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Our Fabulous School Canteen Also, I have environmental policy to cover reduction of waste by prevent, reusing and recycling. I minimise packaging by buying locally, conserving energy by reviewing policy annually. I removed all disposable plates and introduced crockery to minimise waste. I also have preordering which works well with students and staff portion size. We are aware high salt is in processed food, so we base meals on fresh foods to keep down the salt. We have alternatives such as pepper, lemon, herbs and spices for flavour. Low fat milk, yogurts are only provided, smoothies introduced to provide 1-of 5 a day.

Cash less system is a prepay point of sale technology which allows transaction with the absence of cash at the time of purchase. We introduced the cards in our canteen to help speed up service times, increase safety, allows increased parental control daily spending limits + dietary monitoring, ensures money is spent at schoo, reduce cash related bullying all students get a subsidy of £1.50 for their 2nd break

Maths Week​ 14th – 18th October

Events: 1st year & T.Y.'S – Maths Trails​ 2nd year – Posters​ 5th year – Maths Murder Mystery


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T.Y.NEWS The TY year group took part in a four weeklong well-being workshop ran by Nora Furlong. All the students involved took part in games and activities which highlighted the importance of wellbeing in school.

We are delighted to have our school bank personnel selected, thanks to Peter and Marguerite who carried out interviews in Colaiste Abbáin. Huge congrats to all students who gained from the whole experience and for many it was their first time.

On the 26th of September, the TY year group took part in planting four hundred daffodil bulbs. When these daffodils grow, they’ll be sold to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society.

Panto 2020 Preparations are underway for the school pantomime Beauty and the Beast!


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T. Y. NEWS

Enable Ireland No Phones Survival Challenge On October 23rd, our school is taking part in Enable Ireland No Phone Survival Challenge. Students agree to not use their phones for 24 hours. That means no calls, no texts, no snaps, no posts, no likes and no shares … for an entire day. HELP PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY Disconnected from the digital matrix, students raise as much awareness and vital funds for Enable Ireland as they can and, over the course of the day, discover the real power of technology in their lives and the lives of those with a disability. Transition Year Students have completed a tailored Disability Awareness Lesson Plan – a four-hour educational module especially designed for schools. Upon completing this module, Coláiste Abbáin has been awarded an Enable Ireland Disability Awareness Shield. Enable Ireland’s No Phone Survival Challenge is an ideal opportunity for our students to learn about disability and make a real and lasting difference to the lives of people living with disability in their own area.

Enable Ireland works with over 5,500 children and adults, many of whom depend on specialized Assistive Technology. Here’s how we can help: • Every €600 our school pledges to raise can help someone’s life by providing a Control + Infrared Receiver/Transmitter – enabling someone with a disability to control doors, lights, ceiling hoists, electrical appliances and warning alarms, all from their phone or tablet. • Every €1,200 our school pledges to raise can help provide a Tobii Indie tablet – designed for children with speech and language disabilities such as non-verbal autism, Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy. • Every €2,000 raised can help provide lifechanging equipment such as a Tobii PC Eye Plus – the very latest in ‘eye gaze’ technology allowing someone with disability to operate their computer with just the movement of their eyes.

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GIVE UP YOUR PHONE FOR 24 HOURS AND CHANGE SOMEONE’S LIFE FOREVER


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TY News On 24th September, T.Y. students ventured to Leisure Max in Wexford and had a fun and memorable day. After a motivational speech from Aileen in Leisure Max this year's TY students made full use of their fantastic facilities. As always, they were a credit to our school and have grown up to be responsible, active, thoughtful and helpful young people.

5 Steps to Wellbeing Programme

Transition Year students have recently engaged in and completed the 5 Steps to Wellbeing Programme. An amazing workshop which they benefited from hugely!

Lámh Workshop Transition year students are currently engaging in the Lámh Workshop where they are learning sign language!


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TY News

TY Community Care The TY students are embracing a community involvement initiative as part of our studies. Engaging in community service provides students with the opportunity to become active members of their community and has a lasting, positive impact on society at large. It enables students to acquire life skills and knowledge, as well as provide a service to those who need it most. If you see us out and about, please pop over and say hello – maybe there is something we can help you with. If you need further information, please contact Ms. Breen. Wednesday Walks – TY students have a 'morning community walking group' every Wednesday 9 9.40am around the track at the community Centre. (weather permitted). All welcome! A sincere well done to our fantastic TY coordinator Ms. Breen who is constantly reviewing and improving our TY programme in Coláiste Abbáin. The feedback our students got from the local community was fantastic..


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Literacy Poetry

DAD​ Although you cannot hear my voice, or see my smile​ no more, I walk beside you​ as I did before.​ I listen to your stories and you wipe my tears away,​ You wrap your arms around me and understand my fears.​ It's just that I'm visible​ To see with human eyes,​ But I talk to you in silence​ And my spirit will reply​ You feel the love I have​ For you. You'll hear me in your heart. As your soul left your body but your soul will never be apart.​ By Mollie Woodward

Drop Everything And Read Students engaged in 6 weeks of Drop Everything and Read where all students and teachers spent the first ten minutes of each morning reading. The purpose of this is to develop improve student's literacy levels and to instill a love of reading in students.

Ghost's Story A presence resides in my room A ghostly blue turned white, Closing his cold blue eyes. His voice was so shrill, clear, And under the yellowed old moon, He shines so bright. The night, October thirty first; Trapped souls are free to roam, But he remains behind, Touching the reflecting glass that Traps him within. He can only see out of the Glass on this night, And I can See him. Just the lining of his Figure, but I hear his voice, Shrill and clear; singing songs From times lost, ones forgotten. Lonesome in the mirror, he calls Out for a Saviour; but I am Not one, I should not Be chosen. I reach out for The mirror regardless, and once My two palms are on the Mirror glass – Time stops, and The glass becomes frozen. By Shannon Nash Doyle


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Literacy Poetry

LETTER TO HEAVEN I am writing you this letter To tell you how much I miss you With all my heart, I do not know why You had to leave It just wasn’t fair, Sometimes it's hard To know that you've Gone and left us. It hurts not to Hear your voice one More time. It hurts not to touch you Or see you that one last time. I hear you whisper in my ear To tell me that it's going To be ok. I know some day I'll See you again, but for Now you will always be Close to my heart Until we meet again. By Mollie Woodward

I am alive Crumbling into the palms of my hand Shattering the glass of my own face Fighting to hold on to what I once saw as me Depersonalization breaks a person You don’t recognize the face, not either what lies beneath I pull myself apart to see where I am Or rather who I am I turn to ash, I am my own ruins Breathe me into fog and may I recollect my thoughts as mere nothingness This is the one thing most humans always fear Almost naturally, a primal instinct Losing one's self, losing one's sanity To be nor here or away I feel discontent. Am I here or where I once was? Didn’t you forget the reflections lie to your face and spit deceit as truth? What am I? Even more who am I? Shall I become myself once again or am I worsening? I say I turn to ash, That I become the ruins of what once was myself But listen to me my friend when I say, Think not, a bird from the ash will rise Stronger than once ever before Birth me and breathe me Once again risen Free like phoenix in wind. I am alive. By Ciara Smith


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Leaving Certificate 2019 Congratulations class of 2019 on your Leaving Cert. Results!!! We are very proud of your achievements! Megan Butler – Sports Coaching and Business Management – Carlow Institute of Technology

Caitlin Reville – General Nursing – Waterford Institute of Technology

Kieva Hynes – Equine Business – Maynooth and RACE Kildare

Laura Dunne Carlow Institute of Technology

Laura and Megan at Carlow Institute of Technology

Past Student Success

Anthony Finn – Theatre and Drama Studies -Cork Institute of Technology

Shannon Banville English and History – St. Patrick's College Carlow

Katie Goldsmith – Bachelor of Arts – Waterford Institute of Technology

Congratulations to past student Shane Codd, who captained Glynn Barntown to capture the County Junior Football Championship recently by defeating Oylegate Glenbrien!


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World News

The Amazon Fire Crisis On the 19th of August, Monday afternoon, the City of Sao Paulo in Brazil went dark as the powerful winds carried the smoke from the smoldering forest nearly 1,700 miles away. Almost 73,000 fires have been detected by Brazil's space research center (INCPE). Brazil's space research was created in 1971, subordinated to the National Research Council. INPE would be the main civilian executive for space research development in accordance with the directives from the Brazilian Commision Space Activities (COBAO). The Amazons raging flames have created so much smoke that it can be seen from space.

According to the Reuters, there's been a record number of fires this year. "It was if day turned to night!" President Gianvitor Dias told the BBC. NASA also told the BBC that satellite observations revealed the "Total fire activity in the Amazon basin" was slightly

below average, compared to concerns for the future. Brazil's right-wing man, Jair Bolsonaro, has been accused by indigenous people in order to benefit loggers, miners and farmers who help him get elected.


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World News

Nuclear Power And Different Sources. The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster happened on the 11th of March 2011, It is one of the only to Level 7 nuclear disasters in record- The other one being in Pripyat, Ukraine. It also caused The Great East Earthquake at 2:46pm. Before the terrifying earthquake workers were scared for their lives as the power plant started to fail. The reactor trips and other grids malfunctioned,

then the electricity supply failed. The reactors emergency diesel generators automatically started. They were powering the pumps that circulated coolant through the reactors cores to remove decay heat, which continued after the fission ceased. The resulting loss-of-contact accidents led to the three nuclear meltdowns. The earthquake generated a 14meter-high tsunami that arrived 46 minutes later.

Sweeping over the plant's seawall with ease, flooding the lower grounds around the Unit 1-4 reactor buildings with sea water, which knocked out the emergency generators​. ​There were 16 injures due to hydrogen explosions, 2 workers sent to hospital and one sadly died years later due to cancer that was caused from the radiation.


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World News Nuclear Power And Different Sources. As you can see, Nuclear power is highly dangerous, but if it's handled with the right care, I think it can still be used, under close supervision of course. There's a lot of fighting about what's better to give us more power and what is healthier to the environment but, in my opinion, I think we should be more concerned about how much power we are using. If you're thinking 'Why not Wind turbines'. Thing is, they are both also very unsafe for the environment, they too can have their devastating effects. For example 79 wind turbines have fallen since July the 4th 2019. These can cause multiple deaths to on lookers below. Some Have also been shown to cause forest fires, that can kill and harm wildlife and humans alike.

In my opinion I think Geothermal Energy is an amazing idea. Geothermal energy is the energy that is produced from beneath the earth. It is clean, sustainable and environment friendly. High temperatures are produced continuously inside the earth’s crust by the slow delay of radioactive particles. Hot rocks present below the earth heats up the water that produces steam. The steam is then captured that helps to move turbines. The rotating turbines then power the generators. Geothermal energy can be used by a residential unit or on a large scale by an industrial application. It was used during ancient times for bathing and space heating. The biggest disadvantage with geothermal energy is that it can only be produced at selected sites throughout the world. The largest group of geothermal power plants in the world is located at The Geysers, a geothermal field in California, United States.


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Laughs & Giggles

Top Songs of the Month Circles- Post Malone​ Sorry- Joel Corry​ The Weekend-Calvin Harris and Sza​ Ransom- Lil Tecca​ Suge- Dababy​ Prefontaine- Versatile​ Post Malone- Sam Feldt All Star – Smash mouth​ Hit the diff- Marty Mone​ Noticed- Lil mosey​ Faucet Failure- Ski mask the slump god


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Birthday Shout-Outs September/October

1st Year

Rose Carroll Ryan Sinnott Bill Feeney Rebecca Faure Dearbhla Kelly Dunne Charlie Murray Megan Martin Cara Whelan Faye Hynes Philippa Coleman Tosia Swierczynski Kevin O' Reilly Calvin Kehoe

2nd Year

Kenneth Fenlon Shane Roche Cillín Duggan Mark Cullen Tomás Hynes

3rd Year

Ciara Smith Kyle Whelan Megan Donnelly Anthony Doyle Amy Dunne

T.Y

Conor Murphy Nadia Furlong Alannah Staunton MaryKate Ní Mhurchú

5th Year

Katie Kelly Oisín O' Brien Doyle Graham O'Reilly

6th Year

Thyla O' Neill Leon Sinnott Amy Fitzpatrick

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