GAA President Helps Raise Green Flag at Dromakeenan NS
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On Monday last Liam O Neill, President of the GAA arrived in Scoil Chronain Naofa, Dromakeenan
On Monday last Liam O Neill, President of the GAA arrived in Scoil Chronain Naofa, Dromakeenan, Roscrea to raise their 4th Green Flag. Principal Mr Brendan Hanamy opened proceedings by welcoming all who had gathered to celebrate this great achievement. In his speech Mr Hanamy thanked in particular Green School Co-ordinator Mrs Siobhan Maher, and Caretaker Tommy Carroll saying without them the school would not be the beautiful place it is today. Three members of the Green School committee told how each of the preceding Green Flags was achieved.
Liam O' Neill, Veronica Crowley and Brendan Hanamy Principal.
Fr. Harding, Orla Fogarthy, Liam O Neill, Brendan Hanamy Principal, Senan Gardiner and Mark Kelly.
Raising of the Green Flag, Brendan Hanamy and Liam O'Neill GAA President.
Group Shot at Dromakeenan Green Flag.
Cumann Na mBunscol, Dromakeenan under 13 Football champion with Brendan Hanamy, Fergal Brislane and Liam O'Neill GAA Pres.
Green Flag Committee and Teachers.
Back: Brendan Hanamy, Isabelle Coonan, Jennifer Hartnett, Deidre Bergin Sec., Jack Lee, Liam O'Neill, Kevin Moore, Aileen Hoyne, Siobhain Maher, Tommy Carroll, Senan Gairdner An Taisce.
The Mulvey family Fionnula Michael, Daithi and Diarmuid with the GAA President Liam O'Neill.