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Thank You Mairead

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On Saturday evening last, St. Michael’s National School came together to honour Ms. Mairead Anglim who has just retired after 26 years of excellent service to the children and parents of St. Michael’s National School. 

Mairead took up a position in St. Michael’s as Mairead Molloy in 1982. The evening of thanks giving began with a special Mass in St. Michael’s Church celebrated by Fr. McGrath P.P. After Mass the celebrations and presentations continued in the beautiful hall of St. Michael’s National School.

Many tributes were paid to Mairead and pupils representing her 26 years in Mullinahone greeted her. Tea was served to the many visitors by members of the Board of Management and their helpers. To Mairead, we say “Go raibh maigh agat as do sheirbhis” and may you enjoy a deserved retirement. To all those who organised the evening on behalf of the rest of us, we say “Mile buiochas”.

 

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