Clare Garden Festival takes place this Sunday 28th April in the Show Grounds Ennis
Fr. Tom Hogan Parish Priest Ennis is leading a Pilgrimage to climb Croagh Patrick on Sunday 16th June as a fundraiser for the Clare Crusaders Clinic.
Cost per person is €50 including bus and refreshments. Cost is reduced to €25 for anyone fundraising for the clinic. Bus leaves at 8am sharp from Barefield and we expect to return at 7pm.
Closing date is June 10th. If your interested please contact Clare Crusaders Clinic at 065-6896015.
NUMBERS ARE LIMITED
The Clare Crusaders are encouraging families, friends and local communities to come together across Clare and fire up their BBQs to help raise funds for the Clare Crusaders Clinic
We in the Clare Crusaders are very proud to announce that Ann Norton has been chosen as Clare person of the year 2013.
The Clare Association Dublin are pleased to announce that Clare Crusaders Children's Charity Co founder Ann Norton is Clare person of the year 2013. Ann manages the Clare Crusaders clinic at Barefield, Ennis on a voluntary basis.
Dear parent/carer my name is Martina Herbert,
I am currently studying for a Masters in Health Psychology in NUIG. Having worked as a nurse for a long time I am interested in studying ways to increase well-being and reduce stress for carers/parents and I am looking for a number of people to take part in a study.
Broadford are holding a run/walk this Monday 1st of April. Registration from 9.30 in Broadhall. Form more information on this have a look at the poster.
3 days to go to the Pakie Memorial Run. Pakie Ryan Run a huge supporter of the Clare Crusaders. This event has supported the Clare Crusaders for the past 3 years and have again chosen us as one of their charities. We in the Clare Crusaders would ask our Friends and Families to come along on the day wearing orange. Its a great day out for all the family. Mickey and Minnie mouse will be out to meet all the children, your child can get their face painted, a Balloon release will take place and much more.
Congratulations to Darragh Cassidy who took part in the 1st Halliwick Swimming Gala at the weekend in Kerry. Darragh trained very hard to the lead up to the Gala, Darragh took part in the Junior 25 metre length race where he qualified for the final and came in 2nd. He also took part in the Red Rosette Competition which he completed and won the Red Rosette. We in The Clare Crusaders are so very proud of Darragh and all his hard work. Well Done Darragh.